Anpan Han

Anpan Han

DTU DANCHIP
Nationalt Center for Mikro- and Nanofabrikation

Technical University of Denmark

Ørsteds Plads

Building 347, room 184

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

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Anpan Han (Ph. D.)

Personal information:  Male, Danish Citizen, Date of Birth: 18th July, 1978., Lupinmarken 5, 2880 Bagsværd, Denmark, E-mail: anph@dtu.dk, Phone: +45 21654356, Married to Changsi Cai. Children: Qingyi Marie Han

EDUCATION

Institute of Microtechnology (now part of EPFL), Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland. Prof. Nico de Rooij, and Prof. Urs Staufer.     

Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 1997 – 2002  M. Sc. in Biophysics, B. Sc, in Biophysics, B. Sc in Physics.  

 

CAREER HISTORY

Assistant Professor at DTU Danchip, Technical University of Denmark 2014 

Research in Micro and Nanofabrication Technology

 

Technology manager at nanofabrication facilities at  Aarhus University. 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 of which 8 M was installed during my tenure.      

Postdoc Harvard University. 2008 – 2011

Prof. J. Golovchenko, Prof. D. Branton, Prof. Lene Hau. Rapid de novo electronic DNA sequencing using nanopores. Ice lithography research. Fabrication of sub- 10 nm structures on 3D substrates. Built the first ice lithography instrument with total cost of $550000.

 

FELLOWSHIPS and GRANTS

Smart nanopores for nanomedicine (co-applicant), Danish Council for Indep. Res 2014-2016. €200000. Danchip grant 2012: € 20000. Post-doctoral fellowship from the Carlsberg Foundation, 2008-2010. €90000. Internationalization: Ph.D. Grant from the Danish Council for Indep. Res., 2003-2006. €120000.

TEACHING and EDUCATION

Student supervision:

Current PhD students: Matteo Todeschini (DTU), William Tiddi (DTU), Hoa Thanh Le (DTU).

Past: PhD students: Jesper Vinther (AU), Ling Zhang (AU), Master and Bachelor students: Roland Bitterli (EPFL), Jenny Wang (Harvard), Bjarke Jensen (AU),  Shengnan Zou (Tsinghua).

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

Examination committee member: 

PhD final exam: Paolo Della Vedova (DTU)

Master final exam: Bjarke Jensen (AU)

 

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES and SERVICES: Member: IEEE, Tech. program committee: IEEE sensors 2012

Academic Metrics (Google Scholar): Number of publications: 10, Total citations: 401. H-index 7.