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Haosheng Chen

Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering

State Key laboratory of Tribology, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China

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Education background

Ph.D., Tsinghua University, 2003

B.S., Tsinghua University, 1998


Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, Associate Professor, 2013.1-Present, full time

Department of Precision Instruments and Mechanology, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, Associate Professor, 2008.12-2012.12, full time

Harvard University, Visiting Scholar, 2010.1-2011.1, full time

Department of Precision Instruments and Mechanology, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, Assistant Professor, 2003.3-2008.12, full time

Areas of Research Interests/ Research Projects

Tribology in Microfluidics: Studying the friction, adhesion and lubrication behaviors of drops, bubbles and particles in microchannels and on interfaces.

Microfluidic Fabrication: Using microfluidic devices and chips to fabricate advanced materials such as ceramic particles, armored bubbles and double emulsions in the applications of New Energy, Lab-on-chip system and ultrasound contrast agent.

Bio-Microfluidic-Tribology: Investigating the behaviors of biothings such the red blood cells in the capillaries such as the flow and deformation of the RBC in the capillary

Honors And Awards

Excellent Young Scientist Funding of NSFC, 2013

Excellent Young Scientist on Fundamental Research in “221 Program of Tsinghua University”, 2013

“New Century Excellent Talents in University” Chinese Ministry of Education, 2012

The 1st Rank of Science Technology Invention Award (order 3), Chinese Ministry of Education, 2009

PE Publish Award for the Best paper of “I Mech. E., J, Journal of Engineering Tribology”, 2009

Academic Achievement

[1] Chen H.S., Li J.*, Zhou W., Pelan E. G., Stoyanov S. D., Arnaudov L. N., Stone H.A., Sonication- Microfluidics for Fabrication of Nanoparticle-Stabilized Microbubbles.  Langmuir, 2014, DOI:

[2] Li J., Chen H.S., et al. Growth of Bubbles on a Solid Surface in Response to a Pressure Reduction. Langmuir, 2014, DOI:

[3] Li J., Wang YX., Chen HS, USB-Driven Microfluidic Chips on Printed Circuit Board. Lab. Chip., 2013, DOI:10.1039/C3LC51155C

[4] Zhang L., Hao S., Liu B., Shum H.C., Li J., Chen HS, Fabrication Ceramic Microspheres by Diffusion- Induced Sol-Gel Reaction in Double Emulsions, ACS Applied Mater. Interf., 2013, 5 (22), pp 11489–11493, (2013/1 Cover Story)

[5] Chen HS, Dong E., Li J.*, Stone H., Adhesion of moving droplets in microchannels,  Applied Physics Letters, 2013, 103: 131605

[6] Li J., Wu B., Chen HS, Formation and Development of Iridescent Rings Around Cavitation Erosion Pits, Tribology Letters, 2013, 52:495-500

[7] Li J., Chen HS, Stone H.A.*, Ice Lubrication for moving heavy stones to the Forbidden City in 15th - 16th century China, PNAS, 2013, 110: 20023-20027 (Highlight by PNAS, News on Nature, Science, BBC et al)

[8] Chen HS, Li J., D.A. Weitz, H.A. Stone, et al, Gas-core triple emulsions for ultrasound triggered release, Soft Matter, 2013, 9(1), 38-42. (2013/1 Cover Story)

[9] Liu CY., Li J., Chen HS., Cavitation Erosion on Solid Polymers of Polytetrafluoroethelyene, Trib. Lett., 2012, 47(1): 17-20.

[10] Yang X., Li J., Chen HS,Cavitation in negative-pressure microcapillary with Tapered Constrictions, Int. J. Nonlinear. Sci. Numer. Sim, 2012, 13(5): 345-350.

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