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Prof. Stella W. PANG (彭慧芝教授)

PhD(Princeton), MSc(Princeton), Bsc(Brown)
IEEE, AVS, ECS, and HKIE Fellow

Head of Department of Electrical Engineering and Chair Professor of Electronic Engineering

Centre Director of Centre for Biosystems, Neuroscience, and Nanotechnology

Contact Information

Office: G6419, Yeung
Phone: +(852)-3442-9853
Fax: +(852)-3442-0562
Email: pang@cityu.edu.hk
Web: Centre for Biosystems, Neuroscience, and Nanotechnology

Research Interests

  • Nanofabrication Technology
  • Nanoimprint
  • Biomedical, Microelectronic, Optical, and Microelectromechanical Devices & Microsystems
Stella W. Pang received the B.Sc. degree from Brown University, Providence, RI, USA, in 1977, and the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees from Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, USA, in 1978 and 1981, respectively.
From 1981 to 1989, she was with the Lincoln Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA. She was a Professor of electrical engineering and computer science with the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA, from 1990 to 2011. She was the Associate Dean of the Graduate Education and International Programs with the College of Engineering from 2002 to 2007. She is currently a Chair Professor and the Head of the Department of Electrical Engineering, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, where she is also the Director of the Centre for Biosystems, Neuroscience, and Nanotechnology. She has over 400 technical articles, book chapters, and invited presentations and is the editor and author of 16 books, journals, and conference proceedings. She has 9 patents granted in nanotechnology and microsystems. Her research interests include nanofabrication technology for biomedical, micro-electromechanical, microelectronic, and optical devices.
Prof. Pang has served as a Conference Organizer for the American Vacuum Society (AVS), Electrochemical Society (ECS), Electronic Materials Conference, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), International Symposium on Electron, Ion, and Photon Beam Technology, and Nanofabrication, Material Research Society, and SPIE. She has taught 32 short courses on microfabrication and nanoimprint technology for microelectronic manufacturing and micro-electromechanical systems. She is a fellow of the AVS, ECS, IEEE, and Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE).


Previous Experience

  • 2016 - Now, Head, Department of Electrical Engineering, City University of Hong Kong.
  • 2012 - Now, Chair Professor of Electronic Engineering, Department of Electrical Engineering, City University of Hong Kong.
  • 2012 - Now, Centre Director, Centre for Biosystems, Neuroscience, and Nanotechnology (CBNN), City University of Hong Kong.
  • 2002 - 2007, Associate Dean, College of Engineering, University of Michigan.
  • 1990 - 2011, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Michigan.
  • 1981 - 1989, Technical Staff member, Lincoln Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.


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Journal

  • Zhu, S. , Eldeeb, M. A. & Pang, S. W. (May 2020). 3D Nanoplasmonic Biosensor for Detection of Filopodia in Cells. Lab on a Chip. doi:10.1039/D0LC00173B
  • Zhu, S. , Li, Y. , Luk, K. M. & Pang, S. W. (May 2020). Compact High-gain Si-imprinted THz Antenna for Ultra-high Speed Wireless Communications. IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation. doi:10.1109/TAP.2020.2986863
  • Tang, S. W. , Yuan, W. , Kaur, I. , Pang, S. W. , Voelcker, N. H. & Lam, Y. W. (Jan 2020). Capturing instructive cues of tissue microenvironment by silica bioreplication. Acta Biomaterialia. doi:10.1016/j.actbio.2019.11.033
  • Tsang, C. M. , Liu, Z. Y. , Zhang, W. G. , You, C. , Jones, G. E. , Tsao, S. W. & Pang, S. W. (Jan 2020). Integration of biochemical and topographic cues for the formation and spatial distribution of invadosomes in nasopharyngeal epithelial cells. Acta Biomaterialia. doi:10.1016/ j.actbio.2019.10.043
  • Rezaei, S. & Pang, S. W. (Jul 2019). Control of neural probe flexibility by fluidic pressure in embedded microchannel using PDMS/PI hybrid substrate. Plos One. vol. 14. e0220258 .
  • Xu, Y. & Pang, S. W. (Jun 2019). Natural killer cell migration control in microchannels by perturbations and topography. Lab on a Chip. vol. 19. 2466 - 2475.
  • Hui, J. N. & Pang, S. W. (Mar 2019). Cell traction force in confined microenvironment with double-sided micropost arrays. RSC Advances. doi:10.1039/c8ra10170a
  • Hui, J. N. & Pang, S. W. (Feb 2019). Cell migration on microposts with surface coating and confinement. Bioscience Reports. doi:10.1042/BSR20181596
  • Zhu, S. , Li, H. , Yang, M. & Pang, S. W. (Oct 2018). Highly sensitive detection of exosomes by 3D plasmonic photonic crystal biosensor. Nanoscale. doi:10.1039/c8nr07051b
  • Liu, Y. , Li, J. , Hu, D. , Lam, J. H. M. , Sun, D. , Pang, S. W. & Lam, R. H. W. (Aug 2018). Microfluidic implementation of functional cytometric microbeads for improved multiplexed cytokine quantification. Biomicrofludidics. doi:10.1063/1.5044449
  • Zhu, S. , Li, H. , Yang, M. & Pang, S. W. (Jul 2018). Label-free detection of live cancer cells and DNA hybridization using 3D multilayered plasmonic biosensor. Nanotechnology. doi:10.1088/1361-6528/aac8fb
  • Hui, J. N. & Pang, S. W. (Dec 2017). Dynamic tracking of osteoblastic cell traction force during guided migration. Cellular & Molecular Bioengineering. doi:10.1007/s12195-017-0514-7
  • Xu, Y. , Zhou, S. F. , Lam, Y. W. & Pang, S. W. (Aug 2017). Dynamics of natural killer cells cytotoxicity in microwell arrays with connecting channels. Frontiers in Immunology. doi:10.3389/fimmu.2017.00998
  • Zhou, S. F. , Gopalakrishnan, S. , Xu, Y. H. , To, S. K. Y. , Wong, A. S. T. , Pang, S. W. & Lam, Y. W. (Aug 2017). Substrates with patterned topography reveal metastasis of human cancer cells. Biomedical Materials. doi:10.1088/1748-605x/aa785d
  • Luk, K. M. , Zhou, S. F. , Li, Y. J. , Wu, F. , Ng, K. B. , Chan, C. H. & Pang, S. W. (Apr 2017). A microfabricated low-profile wideband antenna array for terahertz communications. Scientific Reports. doi:10.1038/s41598-017-01276-4
  • Wang, J. , Xie, H. , Chung, T. , Chan, L. L. & Pang, S. W. (Mar 2017). Neural probes with integrated temperature sensors for monitoring retina and brain implantation and stimulation. IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering. doi:10.1109/TNSRE.2016.2634584
  • Zhu, H. T. , Xue, Q. , Liao, S. W. , Pang, S. W. , Chiu, L. , Tang, Q. Y. & Zhao, X. H. (Jan 2017). Low cost narrowed dielectric microstrip line - a three layer dielectric waveguide using PCB technology for millimeter-wave applications. IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques. vol. 65. 119 - 127.
  • Zhu, H. T. , Xue, Q. , Hui, J. N. & Pang, S. W. (Dec 2016). A 750-1000GHz H-plane dielectric horn based on silicon technology. IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation. vol. 64. 5074 - 5083.
  • Zhu, H. T. , Xue, Q. , Hui, J. N. & Pang, S. W. (Sep 2016). Design, fabrication, and measurement of the low-loss SOI-based dielectric microstrip line and its components. IEEE Transactions on Terahertz Science and Technology. vol. 6. 696 - 705.
  • Zhu, S. , Li, H. , Yang, M. & Pang, S. W. (Jun 2016). High sensitivity plasmonic biosensor based on nanoimprinted quasi 3D nanosquares for cell detection. Nanotechnology. vol. 27. 295101 - 295112.


Professional Affiliations

  • Fellow of American Vacuum Society (AVS)
  • Fellow of Electrochemical Society (ECS)
  • Fellow of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE)
  • Fellow of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (IEEE)


Research Centre

  • Centre for Biosystems, Neuroscience, and Nanotechnology

    The Centre for Biosystems, Neuroscience, and Nanotechnology (CBNN) merges nanotechnology with biosystems and neuroscience to create a revolutionary impact on many aspects of medicine. This multidisciplinary centre will develop materials, structures, devices, and microsystems with nanometre precision for single molecule and cell interactions. We will develop portable biosystems with multiple sensors and stimulators in the new frontiers of molecular- and atomic-scale science and engineering, which can be applied to medical monitoring, diagnostics, tissue engineering and repair, and prostheses for debilitating disorders. Using a wide range of pre-clinical models from mice to human, our centre is devoted to become a major hub for innovation at the intersection of nanotechnology for biosystems, neurobiology, neural engineering, and behavioural and cognitive neuroscience. Our ultimate goal is to utilize cutting edge science and technology to translate basic research into potential therapeutic interventions and treatments of diseases and neurological disorders.


Opportunities

  • Available Positions:

    Visiting Faculty, Engineer, Post Doctoral Fellow, Senior Research Associate, and/or Research Assistant
    Duties:
    Design, fabrication, and testing of biomedical sensors and actuators in microsystems with development of nanotechnology. Research in sensing and control of biomolecules and cells. Exciting opportunity to work in an interdisciplinary team with hands-on experience in the cleanroom and interactions with research groups from Electric Engineering, Biology and Chemistry, Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering, Physics and Materials, Energy and Environment, and Medical School.

    PhD Studentships
    PhD studentships are available for all admitted PhD students. (CityU Research Degree Programmes) Candidates who demonstrate a strong record on excellent academic and research performances are encouraged to apply for the Hong Kong PhD Fellowship Scheme (Hong Kong PhD Fellowship Scheme).

    Please send your CV to:
    Prof. Stella W. Pang
    Department of Electrical Engineering
    6/F Academic Building I
    City University of Hong Kong
    Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon, Hong Kong
    pang@cityu.edu.hk


Contacts

  • Miss Lam Pearl (Centre Assistant)
    Room P6710
    6/F, Yeung Kin Man Academic Building
    City University of Hong Kong
    Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon, Hong Kong
    Phone: +(852)-3442-4100
    Email: pearllam2@cityu.edu.hk