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Electronics & Photonics (EP)

Dr. WU Lin

Dr. WU Lin


Research Interests:

  • Electron tunneling and electron transport theory
  • Nonequilibrium interaction of ultrafast laser with nanostructures
  • Plasmonics: resonance, field enhancement, sensing application
  • Nanoscale device and ultrafast device modeling and simulation
  • Plasma medicine: cold atmospheric-pressure plasma for wound healing
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Qualifications:

  • Ph.D., Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, 2009
  • B.Eng. (Honours), Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, 2005

Published Journals/ Articles:

Journals

    • Youju Huang*, Lin Wu*, Xiaodong Chen, Ping Bai, and Dong-Hwan Kim. “Synthesis of anisotropic concave gold nanocuboids with distinctive plasmonic properties”, Chem. Mater 25, 2470 (2013).
    • Yi Wang*, Lin Wu*, Xiaodong Zhou, Ten It Wong, Jinling Zhang, Ping Bai, Er Ping Li, and Bo Liedberg. “Incident-angle dependence of fluorescence enhancement and biomarker immunoassay on gold nanohole array”, Sensors and Actuators B 186, 205 (2013).
    • Ten It Wong, Shan Han, Lin Wu, Yi Wang, Jie Deng, Christina Yuan Ling Tan, Ping Bai, Yee Chong Loke, Xin Da Yang, Man Siu Tse, Sum Huan Ng, and Xiaodong Zhou. “High throughput and high yield nanofabrication of precisely designed gold nanohole arrays for fluorescence enhanced detection of biomarkers”, Lab Chip 13, 2405 (2013).
    • Lin Wu, Huigao Duan, Ping Bai, Michel Bosman, Joel K. W. Yang, and Erping Li. “Fowler-Nordheim tunneling induced charge transfer plasmons between nearly touching nanoparticles”, ACS Nano 7, 707, (2013).
    • Mario Hentschel, Lin Wu, Martin Schäferling, Ping Bai, Er Ping Li, and Harald Giessen. “Optical properties of chiral three-dimensional plasmonic oligomers at the onset of charge-transfer plasmons”, ACS Nano 6, 10355, (2012).
    • L. Wu, P. Bai, X. Zhou, and E. P. Li. “Reflection and transmission modes in nanohole-array-based plasmonic sensors”, IEEE Photonics Journal 4, 26, (2012).
    • Lin Wu, Ping Bai, and Er Ping Li. “Designing surface plasmon resonance of subwavelength hole arrays by studying absorption”, J. Opt. Soc. Am. B 29, 521 (2012).
    • L. Wu, H. S. Chu, W. S. Koh, and E. P. Li. “Highly sensitive graphene biosensors based on surface plasmon resonance”, Opt. Express 18(14), 14395 (2010).
    • L. Wu and L. K. Ang. “Nonequilibrium model of ultrafast laser induced electron photo-field emission from a dc-biased metallic surface”, Phys. Rev. B 78, 224112 (2008).
    • L. Wu and L. K. Ang. “Low temperature refrigeration by using thermal-field emission in a coaxial cylindrical diode”, J. Appl. Phys. 104, 084506 (2008).
    • L. Wu, L. K. Ang, and W. S. Koh. “Theory of shot noise in high-current space-charge-limited field emission”, Phys. Rev. B 77, 115351 (2008).
    • L. Wu and L. K. Ang. “Multipactor discharge in a dielectric-loaded accelerating structure”, Phys. Plasmas 14, 013105 (2007).
    • L. Wu and L. K. Ang. “Low temperature refrigeration by electron emission in a crosses-field gap”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 89, 133503 (2006).

Book Chapter(s)

    • Lin Wu and Ping Bai, “Plasmonic biosensing devices and systems”, Chapter 7, Plasmonic nanoelectronics and sensing, Er-Ping Li, Hong-Son Chu (ed), ISBN: 9781107027022, Cambridge University Press, pp.218-248, 2014.

Patents/Technology Disclosures

    • Bai P, Zhou X, Wu L, Tse MS, Kim D-H: A plasmonic sensor for detecting small molecules, Singapore Patent Application No.: 201108104-9. US PCT Application No. 13/665,033.
    • Ang Lay Kee, Ricky and Wu Lin: Refrigeration by field emission in a crossed-field gap, TD/059/06.

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