Tianhong CuiDistinguished McKnight University Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Honors and Awards
- 2020 Best Paper Award, MIT A+B Applied Energy Symposium
- 2020 Otstanding Executive Editor-in-Chief Award, Microsystems & Nanoengineering, Springer Nature
- 2019 Best Conference Paper Award, IEEE Nano 2019
- 2019 Distinguished Visiting Fellowship, Royal Academy of Engineering, United Kingdom
- 2018 Fellow of ASME
- 2017 Distinguished McKnight University Professorship, the University of Minnesota
- 2017 Distinguished Visiting Professorship, ENS Foundation, France
- 2017 International Exchange Award with University of Cambridge, Royal Society of the United Kingdom
- 2017 Distinguished Lectureship, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
- 2013 Best Paper Award, International Conference 3M-NANO
- 2013 Best Paper Award, Journal of Sensors
- 2013 Distinguished Visiting Professorship, Chinese Academy of Sciences
- 2011 Distinguished Visiting Professorship, Tsinghua University
- 2006 Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship, University of Freiburg, Germany
- 2003 Richard and Barbara Nelson Endowed Chair, University of Minnesota
- 2002 Research Foundation Award, Louisiana Tech University
- 1998 Senior Research Fellowship awarded by STA for excellent overseas researchers, Japan
- 1997 NEDO Research Fellowship (the highest fellowship for overseas researchers) awarded by Japanese government for large frontier R & D projects, Japan
- Jungyoon Kim, Qingyuan Liu and Tianhong Cui, “Graphene Based Ion Sensitive-FET Sensor with Porous Anodic Aluminum Oxide Substrate for Nitrate Detection”, IEEE Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, Vol. 29, No. 5, 2020: 996-971.
- Qingyuan Liu, Jungyoon Kim, and Tianhong Cui, “A Highly Sensitive Photoelectrochemical Sensor with Polarity-Switchable Photocurrent for Detection of Trace Hexavalent Chromium”, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Vol. 317, 2020: 128181.
- Peng Li, Bo Zhang, and Tianhong Cui, “Towards Intrinsic Graphene Biosensor: A Label-Free, Suspended Single Crystalline Graphene Sensor for Multiplex Lung Cancer Tumor Markers Detection”, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Vol. 72, 2015: 168–174
- Bo Zhang and Tianhong Cui, “Ultra-Sensitive and Low-Cost Cancer Sensor Based on Layer-by-Layer Self-Assembled Graphene”, Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 98, No. 7, 2011: 073116.
- Feng Hua, Tianhong Cui, and Yuri Lvov, “Ultrathin Cantilevers Based on Polymer-Ceramic Nanocomposites Assembled by Layer-by-Layer Technique”, Nano Letters, Vol. 4, No. 5, 2004: 823-825.