Dr Chen Shumei says that the fellowship provides her with an opportunity to acquire and transfer new knowledge, to work on research in a European context


陳書湄博士說「居禮夫人研究基金」讓她有機會前往歐洲開展研究學習

Date: 25 Feb 2016 (Thursday)

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HKBU staff wins Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship

浸大學者獲頒歐盟「居禮夫人研究基金」

Dr Chen Shumei, Post-doctoral Research Fellow of the Institute of Advanced Materials of HKBU, recently won the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship presented by the European Commission for her research proposal entitled “NonlinearMeta” which received a very high evaluation score from the Physics panel of the fellowship scheme. Dr Chen will receive a fellowship grant of around 200,000 Euros to support her two-year research study to be conducted in the Metamaterials Research Centre, led by scientist Professor Zhang Shuang, School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Birmingham, UK.

Dr Chen will spend the fellowship grant for secondment visits to Seagate Technology UK and initiate collaborations with European high-tech companies. In addition, she plans to continue her collaboration with the research team led by Professor Cheah Kok-wai, Director of the Institute of Advanced Materials at HKBU.

Dr Chen completed both her undergraduate studies and PhD degree at the Department of Physics of HKBU. While undertaking her PhD, she published six papers in renowned journals including Physical Review Letters, Nature Communications and Nano Letters.

浸大先進材料研究所博士後研究員陳書湄博士最近獲歐盟頒發「居禮夫人研究基金」。她的「非線性光學超材料」研究項目在該基金的物理學委員會評審中獲得很高的評價。陳博士將獲得約20萬歐元資助,在英國伯明翰大學物理與天文學院張霜教授率領的超材料研究中心進行為期兩年的研究。

陳博士將與希捷科技(英國)及歐洲其他高科技公司開展應用合作,亦會繼續與浸大先進材料研究所謝國偉教授率領的研究團隊合作。

陳博士在浸大物理系完成她的本科及博士課程。她在謝國偉教授指導下修讀博士課程期間,共有六篇論文刊登在《物理評論快報》、《自然—通訊》和《納米快報》等著名學術期刊。