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Professor Wen Wang received the Alexander Von Humboldt Research Fellowship


Recently, Wen Wang, a young professor from the Institute of Tribology of the School of Mechanical Engineering, received the Humboldt Research Fellowship and would be scheduled to carry out a two-year research with the research team of Andre Schirmeisen of the Institute of Advanced Physics of Justus-Liebig University starting from November 2017. Since completing his Ph.D. degree at Tsinghua University in 2015, Mr. Wang has been a professor in our school and has received funding from the National Natural Science Foundation of China. He is mainly engaged in the research of micro-nano mechanics of mechanical structure surface interface, friction and wear characteristics of two-dimensional materials and so on. Prof. Wang has published 8 papers in journals such as Nature Communications (IF=12.14), ACS Nano (IF=13.94) and Physical Review X (IF=12.78). Meanwhile, he has 3 Chinese patents.

The Alexander Von Humboldt Foundation is a non-profit foundation established in 1860 by the Federal Republic of Germany to promote international research cooperation in honor of the great natural scientist and scientific expedition traveler Alexander Von Humboldt (1769 -1859). The Alexander Von Humboldt Foundation has a rigorous selection process that provides fellowships to approximately 500 outstanding foreign scholars with doctoral degrees and no more than 40 years of age each year to do scientific research in Germany for a certain period of time (1-2 years). The Central Selection Committee of the Alexander Von Humboldt Foundation consists of 100 German scientists from all disciplines and is responsible for the selection of applicants under the support of the Chairman of the German Research Association. The only criterion for selection is the academic level regardless of country and without professional restrictions.

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