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Wu Wei won an international award in material science--the first STAM Best Paper Award in Chinese Mainland
Author:School of Printing and Packaging  Date:2017-12-13  Clicks:

Wu Wei, a Xiangjiang Scholar and associate research fellow of School of Printing and Packaging, WHU, was awarded with STAM Best Paper Award in 2017 by Science and Technology of Advanced Materials of Taylor & Francis Press on the  2017 Fall Meeting of Materials Research Society(MRS). There is only one winner every year globally and Wu Wei is the first recipient of this honor from Chinese Mainland.

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Wu Wei receiving the STAM Best Paper Award

STAM, with an impact factor of 3.798 in 2016, belongs to SCI journals. The journal, and NIMS of Japan, EMPA from Switzerland, and Taylor & Francis Group in Britain, jointly evaluate papers and reward the best with STAM Best Paper Award.

During his visit in the United States, Wu Wei, at the invitation of MRS, gave academic lectures entitled Printable Functional Nanomaterials: Designed Synthesis and Printed Applications. Also, he signed contract with Royal Society of Chemistry or RSC to publish the English version of his e-paper Printed Electronics Technology: Mechanisms, Materials and Applications in 2019.

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Wu Wei giving speech at MRS

At present, Wu is engaged in the fields of printable functional nanomaterials and the application of printed electronics technology. As the first author or correspondent author, he has published over 50 SCI papers which have been cited for more than 2400 times by SCI papers. And the highest cited one has reached 600 and more times. The award-winning essay, published in December 2015, is an ESI highly cited paper and has been cited by SCI papers for more than 130 times.

Printed electronics technology, applying printing technology to the manufacturing of electronic products, is an emerging industrial technology with the characteristics of interdisciplinary and engineering complexity. Its high printing speed and degree of automation make it suitable for large-scale industrial production. The employment of printing technology in traditional electronic manufacturing contributes to the products featuring pliability, handiness and individuation.

In recent years, with the support of the National Natural Science Foundation of China and other funds, Wu's research group has conducted a great deal of research in the field of printed electronics and gained the attention and recognition of RSC, MRS and other international academic organizations and experts and scholars around the world.

(Photo by Yao Weiqing, Rewritten by Li Xin, Edited by Shen Yuxi, Hu Sijia)


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