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Jing Liu

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Jing Liu, Ph.D., Professor

Department of Biomedical Engineering, School of Medicine,

Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, P. R. China

Tel. 8610-62794896; Fax: 8610-82543767;

E-mail: jliubme@tsinghua.edu.cn

Labweb: http://nano.med.tsinghua.edu.cn

Prof. Liu received his B.E. degree on Power Engineering and Control and B.S. degree on Physics in 1992, and Ph.D. on Thermal Science with Speciality on Bioengineering in 1996, all from Tsinghua University. He had ever been an Assistant Professor of Tsinghua University, a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Purdue University, and a Senior Visiting Scholar at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Since July 1999, he has been a Professor of Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry, the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and became professor of Tsinghua University since Nov., 2006. He has published 8 popular books with one already pressed five times, over 10 invited book chapters and over two hundred peer reviewed journal papers. Prof. Liu holds more than 90 China Patents. He is a recipient of the National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars of China, National Science and Technology Award for Chinese Young Scientist, Mao Yi-Sheng Science and Technology Awards for Beijing Youth, and 5 times Teaching Awards from the CAS.

Research Interests:

Cryobiology; Tumor hyperthermia; Bioheat and mass transfer; Nano medicine;

Pervasive medicine; Brain cooling; Micro/Nano fluidics; Thermal infrared medical imaging.

Course Teaching:

Biomedical Micro/Nano Technologies and Devices, Since 2006;

Principle of High and Low Temperature Biomedical Engineering, 2005;

Fundamentals of Bioheat Transfer, 1996.

Selected Books (in Chinese):

1.Liu J., Rao W. and Jia D. W., Advanced Technologies for Low Cost Medicine, Beijing: Science Press, 2010.

2.Liu J., Deng Y. G. and Jia D. W., Unconventional Energy Technologies, Beijing: Science Press, 2010.

3.Liu J., and Deng Z. S., Physics of Tumor Hyperthermia, Beijing: Science Press, 2008.

4.Liu J., Thermal Microsystem Technology, Beijing: Science Press, 2008.

5.Liu J., Principle of Cryo-Biomedical Engineering, Beijing: Science Press, 2007.

6.Liu J., Thermophysical Methodologies and Applications in SARS Medicine, Beijing: Science Press, 2004.

7.Liu J., Micro/Nano Scale Heat Transfer, Beijing: Science Press, 2001 (5 times pressed).

8.Liu J. and Wang C., Bioheat Transfer, Beijing: Science Press, 1997.

Selected Recent Papers:

1.Xiao J., He Z. Z., Yang Y., Chen B. W., Deng Z. S., Liu J.*, Investigation on  three-dimensional temperature field of human knee considering anatomical structure,  International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, vol. 54, pp. 1851-1860, 2011.

2.Rao W., Deng Z. S., and Liu J.*, A review of hyperthermia combined with  radiotherapy/chemotherapy on malignant tumors, Critical Reviews™ in Biomedical   Engineering, vol.38, pp.101-116, 2010.

3.Xie Q. M., Liu J.*, Mobile phone based biomedical imaging technology: A newly emerging  area, Recent Patents on Biomedical Engineering, vol.3: 41-53, 2010.

4.He Z. Z., Liu J.*, Characterizing ice crystal growth behavior under electric field using phase field method, ASME Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, vol. 131, pp. 74502, 2009.

5.He Z. Z., Liu J.*, Complex anisotropy induced pattern formation in bistable media, Physical Review E, vol. 79, pp. 26105,2009.

6.Liu J.*, Deng Z. S., Nano-cryosurgery: Advances and challenges, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanoechnology, vol. 9, pp. 1-22, 2009.

7.Yang Y., Wei X. J., Liu J.*, Suitability of using far-infrared imaging system for non-contact evaluation on working state of implantable medical devices, Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 105, pp. 064701, 2009.

8.Yan J. F., Liu J.*, Nano-cryosurgery and its mechanisms on enhancing freezing treatment of tumor. Nanomedicine Nanotechnology, Biology, and Medicine. vol.4, pp. 79-87, 2008.

9.Wei X. J., Liu J.*, Power sources and electrical recharging strategies for implantable medical devices, Frontiers of Energy and Power Engineering in China, vol.2, pp. 1-13, 2008.

10.Rao W., Liu J.*, Zhou Y. X., Yang Y., Zhang H., Anti-tumor effect of sodium-induced thermochemical ablation therapy, Int. Journal of Hyperthermia, vol. 24, pp.675-681, 2008.

11.Yang Y., Liu J.*, and Zhou Y. X., A convective cooling enabled freeze tweezer for manipulating micro scale objects, J. Micromech. Microeng.,vol.18, 095008, 2008.

12.Xiang S. H., Liu J.*, Comprehensive evaluation on the heating capacities of four typical whole body hyperthermia strategies via compartmental model, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, vol.51, pp.l5486-5496, 2008.

13.Yan J. F., Liu J.*, Characterization of the nano-cryosurgical freezing process through modifying Mazur's model. Journal of Applied Physics, vol.103, 084311, 2008.

14.Yan J. F., Deng Z. S., Liu J.*, Zhou Y. X., New modality for maximizing cryosurgical killing scope while minimizing mechanical insertion trauma using combined freezing-heating system. ASME Journal of Medical Device, vol.1, pp. 264-271, 2007

15.Liu J.*, Cooling strategies and transport theories for brain hypothermia resuscitation, Frontiers of Energy and Power Engineering in China, vol.1, pp.32-57, 2007.

16.Deng Z. S., Liu J.*, Numerical study on the effects of large blood vessels on 3-D tissue temperature profiles during cryosurgery, Numerical Heat Transfer, Part A: Applications, vol. 49, pp.47-67, 2006.

17.Lv Y. G., Liu J.*, Gao Y. H., Xu B., Modeling of transdermal drug delivery with a microneedle array, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, vol. 16, pp. 2492-2501, 2006.

18.Yu T.-H. Yu, Liu J.*, and Zhou Y.-X., Selective freezing of target biological tissues through injection of solutions with specific thermal properties, Cryobiology, vol.50, pp.174-182, 2005.

19.Zhou J. H., Liu J.*, and Yu A. B., Study on the thawing process of biological tissue induced by laser irradiation, ASME Journal of Biomechanical Eng., vol.127, pp.416-431, 2005.

20.Lv Y.-G., Deng Z.-S., and Liu J.*, 3-D numerical study on the induced heating effects of embedded micro/nano particles on human body subject to external medical electromagnetic field, IEEE Transactions on NanoBioscience, vol.4, pp.284-294, 2005.

Contact

Medical Science Building, Rm C203

Tsinghua University, Haidian District

Bejing 100084, P.R. China

Tel: 86-10-62794896;

Fax: 86-10-82543767;

E-mail: jliubme@tsinghua.edu.cn

http://nano.med.tsinghua.edu.cn