www.602.net,报告题目:Electrobiofabrication to create complex materials systems
capable of molecular communication
(周一)报告地点:五山校区制浆造纸工程国家重点实验室306报 告 人:Gregory
Payne did his B.S./M.S/PhD and postdoctoral training at Cornell
University and The University of Michigan, and is a Professor at the
University of Maryland. His group does research at the intersection of
material science, biology and information sciences, and he is currently
Principal Investigator of a prestigious Materials Genome Initiative
project awarded by the National Science Foundation with the aim of
understanding how to integrate biology and electronics. His work is
internationally recognized by invitations to be keynote speaker at
several scientific conferences and he currently holds Guest or Chair
Professor positions at several universities around the world.附件:无


  1. Synthetic biology approaches toward diverse protein-based materials
    (孙飞 助理教授)

  2. Spatiotemporal cancer evolution informs precision medicine in brain
    tumor (王吉光 助理教授)

报 告 人:孙飞助理教授,王吉光 助理教授

报告时间:2017年12月25日 上午9:30

报告地点:大学城校区生物科学与工程学院 B6-207报告厅





Dr. Fei Sun (孙飞) is currently an Assistant Professor at the Department
of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, the Hong Kong University of
Science and Technology. He worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the
Department of Chemical Engineering, Caltech from 2012 to 2014. He
obtained Ph.D. degree at the University of Chicago in 2012 and B.S.
degree at Peking University in 2007 with the work recognized by several
awards including Chicago Biomedical Consortium Scholar Award and The
Everett E. Gilbert Memorial Prize in Organic Chemistry. His research
interest is synthetic biology approaches to new materials, genetically
encoded click chemistry, directed evolution, biomaterials, optogenetics,
and biosensing. To date, he has published 20 papers included PNAS, JACS,
JBC. His talk is Synthetic Biology Approaches toward Diverse
Protein-Based Materials.

Dr. Jiguang Wang (王吉光) is currently an Assistant Professor in the
Division of Life Science and the Department of Chemical and Biological
Engineering at HKUST. He obtained his Ph.D. in applied mathematics from
the Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science, Chinese Academy of
Sciences (CAS) in 2011. He was a visiting student at the Shanghai
Institute of Biological Science at CAS, and has served as a visiting
scholar in the Department of Computer Science at the University of
Missouri, an assistant professor in the Beijing Institute of Genomics at
CAS, a postdoctoral research scientist, an associate research scientist,
a Precision Medicine Fellow and a faculty member in the Department of
Biomedical Informatics at Columbia University. To date, he has published
more than 40 high-impact papers on machine learning, bioinformatics and
precision medicine, such as papers in Nature, Cell, Nature Genetics and
eLife. He was named a Precision Medicine Fellow at Columbia University
in 2015-2016 when he managed a research project on the evolution of
brain cancer. This project led to the publication of two Nature Genetics
papers. His current research interests are in the application of data
science in systems biology and precision cancer medicine. His talk is
Spatiotemporal cancer evolution informs precision medicine in brain