Anpan Han

  • Produktionstorvet, 425, 213

    2800 Kgs. Lyngby

    Denmark

20032020

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Associate Prof. (Senior Forsker) Dr. Anpan Han

Personal information:  Male, Danish Citizen

Married and 2 children.

ORCID: 0000-0001-6878-9886

 

EDUCATION

Institute of Microtechnology (now part of EPFL), Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland. Ph.D. in Micro and Nanotechnology. 2006.

Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 1997 – 2002

M. Sc. in Biophysics, B. Sc, in Biophysics, B. Sc in Physics.  

 

SCIENTIFIC FOCUS AREA:

Micro and nanoscale additive manufacturing: 3D lithography, Icetronix.

Nanofabrication technology and science: diamond MEMS, and complex MEMS processes.

Making a difference for our climate.

 

CAREER HISTORY

Associate Prof.  (Senior Forsker) at DTU Mech. Eng., Technical University of Denmark. 2018 – now

 

Assistant Professor at DTU Nanolab, Technical University of Denmark.  2014 - 2018

Research in Micro and Nanofabrication Technology.

 

Aarhus University: Manager at nanofabrication facilities. 2011 – 2014

Responsible for purchasing and installation of advanced instrument for nanofabrication and characterization. Responsible for safety, scientific coordination, education and research. Laboratory investment between 2008 to 2014: 70 M Dkk, 50 M for building, 20 M for instruments and most was installed during my tenure. Refered to Prof. Flemming Besenbacher and Prof. Niels Christian Nielsen.      

 

Harvard University: Postdoc. 2008 – 2011

Prof. Jene Golovchenko, Prof. Dan Branton, Prof. Lene Hau. Rapid de novo electronic DNA sequencing using nanopore devices. Ice lithography research. Method for rapid fabrication of contamination-free nanodevices. Fabrication of sub- 10 nm structures on 3D substrates. Built the first ice lithography instrument.

 

CTO in start-up company. 2006 - 2007.

 

AWARDS and FELLOWSHIPS

Post-doctoral fellowship from the Carlsberg Foundation, 2008-2010. €90000.

Internationalization: Ph.D. Grant from the Danish Council for Indep. Res., 2003-2006. €120000.

 

GRANTS: current projects are underlined, total: €2.7 M

2019-2022:         μCoilImplant: Dr. Rubaiyet Haque (I am the host). Eurotech Marie-Curie  €130000

2019-2023:         CAMLICA: 3D Micro-Coil Array Medical Implant for Cortical Activation. Obama BRAIN Initiative. Lundbeck Foundation, €390000.

2018-2021:         Next generation neuroscience. Obama BRAIN Initiative. Lundbeck Foundation (co-PI), €200000.

2018-2021:         Superpower. Eurostar. WP leader, total budget is € 1.25 M, DTU share is €300000.

2018-2020:         NanoE-ICE, Dr. Ding Zhao (I am the host.), HC Ørsted Post-doc, €130000

2017-2019:         Ice lithography and Holography (co-PI), Villum foundation, 2017-2019, €130000

2014-2018:         Organic ice resists, internal PhD scholarship, € 280000 equivalent.

2014-2018:          Material science of ultra-thin-films, € 280000 equivalent.

2014-2018:          Tinypower, Innovation Foundation, WP leader, total budget is € 3.5 M, my share is €430000

2014-2017:         Smart nanopores for nanomedicine (co-applicant), Danish Council for Indep. Res. €336000.

 

PROJECT MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE 

Work package leader (WPL) in Superpower project (Eurostar 2019-2022)

WPL with 4 partners in TinyPower project (Innovationsfonden 2014-2018)

 

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

EPFL Switzerland 4 years, Harvard University USA 3 years.

 

Post-doc and STUDENT SUPERVISION:

Current PhD students: Affan Waafi, Nicolas Bergtram (DTU/KU)

Current post-doc: Rubaiyet Haques (Eurotech Marie Curie)

Past: Post-docs: Dr. Anna Elsukova. Dr. Ding Zhao (Ørsted Marie Curie). PhD students: Matteo Todeschini (DTU), William Tiddi (DTU), Hoa Thanh Le (DTU). Jesper Vinther (AU), Ling Zhang (AU),

 

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES and SERVICES

Member: IEEE, ACS

Conference program committee and Session Chair: IEEE sensors 2012, MNE 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020.

Editor: Elsevier, Microelectronic Engineering 2018-2019

Journal review: Microelec. Eng., Micro and Nanoeng., Nanoscale, ACS Interface applied materials., IOP Nanotech.

Grant application review: Netherlands org. sci. res.

 

ACADEMIC METRICS (GOOGLE SCHOLAR)

Number of journal publications with impact factor > 6: 13, Total publications: 24, First author: 10, Corresponding author: 6.  Google Scholar: citations 802, H-index 13.

 

TEACHING

DTU MEK: Coordinating and teaching new 5 ECTS course “Introduction to additive manufacturing”.

DTU Danchip: Methods in Micro and Nanofabrication, course number 33651.

Laboratory course at EPFL: Fabrication of solar cells. Fabrication of atomic force microscope probes. 

 

PATENTS:

D. Branton, A. Han, J. A. Golovchenko. 2014 Electron beam processing with condensed ice. US 8790863

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