Charles M. Lieber

Affiliations: 
Chemistry and Chemical Biology Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Area:
nanoscience
Website:
http://www.seas.harvard.edu/directory/clieber
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http://cmliris.harvard.edu/people/charles-m-lieber/
http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/1177067

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Parents

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Nathan Saul Lewis grad student 1985 Stanford
 (Kinetic and catalytic studies at chemically modified electrodes)
Harry Barkus Gray post-doc 1985-1987 Caltech

Children

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Stanislaus S. Wong grad student Harvard
Hongjie Dai grad student 1994 Harvard
Jie Liu grad student 1996 Harvard
Peidong Yang grad student 1997 Harvard
Philip Kim grad student 1999 Harvard (Physics Tree)
Latha Venkataraman grad student 1999 Harvard
Jiangtao Hu grad student 2000 Harvard
Liwei Chen grad student 2001 Harvard
Teri W. Odom grad student 2001 Harvard
Min Ouyang grad student 2001 Harvard
Thomas Rueckes grad student 2001 Harvard
Qingqiao Wei grad student 2001 Harvard
Chin L. Cheung grad student 2002 Harvard
Xiangfeng Duan grad student 2002 Harvard
Jianfang Wang grad student 2002 Harvard
Yi Cui grad student 1998-2002 Harvard
Paul D. Ashby grad student 2003 Harvard
Mark S. Gudiksen grad student 2003 Harvard
Yu Huang grad student 2003 Harvard
Wayne U. Wang grad student 2004 Harvard
Zhaohui Zhong grad student 2005 Harvard
Robin S. Friedman grad student 2006 Harvard
Andrew B. Greytak grad student 2006 Harvard
Michael C. McAlpine grad student 2006 Harvard
Chen Yang grad student 2006 Harvard
Carl J. Barrelet grad student 2007 Harvard
Jie Xiang grad student 2007 Harvard
Gengfeng Zheng grad student 2007 Harvard
Fang Qian grad student 2008 Harvard
Ping Xie grad student 2008 Harvard
Brian P. Timko grad student 2009 Harvard
Guihua Yu grad student 2009 Harvard
Yajie Dong grad student 2010 Harvard
Yongjie Hu grad student 2010 Harvard
Bozhi Tian grad student 2010 Harvard
Itzhaq T. Cohen-Karni grad student 2011 Harvard
Xiaocheng Jiang grad student 2011 Harvard
Thomas J. Kempa grad student 2012 Harvard
Xiaochuan Dai grad student 2010-2015 Harvard
Jae-Hyun Lee post-doc Harvard
C. Daniel Frisbie post-doc 1993-1994 Harvard
Ernesto Joselevich post-doc 1998-2000 Harvard
Adam Thomas Woolley post-doc 1998-2000 Harvard
Jason H. Hafner post-doc 1998-2001 Harvard
Song Jin post-doc 2002-2004 Harvard
Silvija Gradečak post-doc 2004-2006 Harvard
Yat Li post-doc 2003-2007 Harvard
Xuan Gao post-doc 2005-2007 Harvard (Physics Tree)
Qihua Xiong post-doc 2006-2009 Harvard
James F. Cahoon post-doc 2009-2011 Harvard
Quan Qing post-doc 2006-2012 Harvard
Xiaojie Duan post-doc 2007-2013 Harvard
Wooyoung Shim post-doc 2012-2014 Harvard
Liqiang Mai research scientist 2008-2011 Harvard
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Wang R, Deacon RS, Sun J, et al. (2019) Gate tunable hole charge qubit formed in a Ge/Si nanowire double quantum dot coupled to microwave photons. Nano Letters
Sun J, Deacon R, Wang R, et al. (2018) Helical Hole State in Multiple Conduction Modes in Ge/Si Core/Shell Nanowire. Nano Letters
Schuhmann TG, Zhou T, Hong G, et al. (2018) Syringe-injectable Mesh Electronics for Stable Chronic Rodent Electrophysiology. Journal of Visualized Experiments : Jove
Hong G, Fu TM, Qiao M, et al. (2018) A method for single-neuron chronic recording from the retina in awake mice. Science (New York, N.Y.). 360: 1447-1451
Anikeeva P, Lieber CM, Cheon J. (2018) Creating Functional Interfaces with Biological Circuits. Accounts of Chemical Research. 51: 987
Hong G, Viveros RD, Zwang TJ, et al. (2018) Tissue-like neural probes for understanding and modulating the brain. Biochemistry
Dai X, Hong G, Gao T, et al. (2018) Mesh Nanoelectronics: Seamless Integration of Electronics with Tissues. Accounts of Chemical Research
Hong G, Yang X, Zhou T, et al. (2017) Mesh electronics: a new paradigm for tissue-like brain probes. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 50: 33-41
Fu TM, Hong G, Viveros RD, et al. (2017) Highly scalable multichannel mesh electronics for stable chronic brain electrophysiology. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Schuhmann TG, Yao J, Hong G, et al. (2017) Syringe-Injectable Electronics with a Plug-and-Play Input/Output Interface. Nano Letters
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