Li Peng





Academic Areas: Ultrasensitive microsensors based on low-dimensional materials;  Atomic-scale manufacturing techniques;  Near-zero power microsystems


Prof. Li received his Ph.D. degree from Dept. of Precision Instruments at Tsinghua University in Jun. 2012. His main research interest is focused on three aspects: S Ultrasensitive microsensors based on low-dimensional materials, Atomic-scale manufacturing techniques, and Near-zero power microsystems. He is a member of China Instrument and Control Society.


Academic Degrees

2003.9-2007.6 School of Electrical Engineering, Tianjin University, Bachelor’s degree

2007.9-2012.6 Department of Precision Instruments, Tsinghua University, Ph.D.


Professional Experience

2012.5-2023.11 Department of Precision Instruments, Tsinghua University

2023.12-present School of Mechanical Science and Engineering, HUST

Selected Publications

[1] Two-Dimensional Transition Metal Dichalcogenide Tunnel FieldEffect Transistors for Biosensing Applications ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2023, 15, 23583.

[2] Near-zero-power infrared relay based on microfluidic switch and metamaterial absorber, Applied Physics Letters, 2023, 123, 123507.

[3] High-temperature flexible WSe2 photodetectors with ultrahigh photoresponsivity, Nature Communications, 2022, 13, 4372.

[4] Electrospinning of Flexible Poly(vinyl alcohol)/ MXene Nanofber‑Based Humidity Sensor Self‑Powered by Monolayer Molybdenum Diselenide Piezoelectric Nanogenerator, Nano-Micro Letters, 2021, 13, 57.

[5] A self-powered 2D-material sensor unit driven by a SnSe piezoelectric nanogenerator, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2021, 9, 4716.

[6] Self-Powered 2D Material-Based pH Sensor and Photodetector Driven by Monolayer MoSe2 Piezoelectric Nanogenerator, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2020, 12, 58132-58139.

[7] Flexible self-powered high-performance ammonia sensor based on Audecorated MoSe2 nanoflowers driven by single layer MoS2-flake piezoelectric nanogenerator, Nano Energy, 2019, 65, 103974.

[8] Flexible integrated black phosphorus sensor arrays for high performance ion sensing, Sensors and Actuators B, 2018, 273, 358.

[9] Flexible MoS2 sensor arrays for high performance label-free ion sensing, Sensors and Actuators A, 2018, 286, 51.

[10] Illumination impact on monolayer MoS2 chemical sensor arrays, Sensors and Actuators A, 2018, 283, 34.



Awards and Honors

Young Talent Award, China Instrument and Control Society, 2023

Courses Taught



[1] Biosensor based on 2D materials, 2 million RMB, 2024-2026, NSFC, PI