Doctor Hailin Wang from the Superconducting Materials and Large Scale Nanostructures (SUMAN), and Advanced Characterization and Nanostructured Materials (ACNM) groups at ICMAB defended his PhD thesis entitled "Epitaxial growth of complex functional oxide thin films by green and sustainable chemical solution methods" on Tuesday, 15 December 2020. The PhD Thesis was supervised by Narcís Mestres and Benjamín Martínez. Congrats!
The PhD Thesis was in the framework of the Materials Science PhD Programme of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), and the PhD Committee was formed by Amilcar Labarta, UB, Barcelona (President), José Santiso, ICN2 (Secretary) and Adrián Carretero, CNRS- Montpellier, France (Vocal).
Read here more about Hailin Wang's PhD Thesis and his recommendations for future PhD candidates:
A friend recommended ICMAB to me, and the PhD project was interesting.
My research is about the preparation of epitaxial functional oxide thin films by aqueous chemical solution deposition method.
The polymer assisted deposition method can produce high-quality oxide thin films, for example, the ferromagnetic insulating La2NiMnO6 films is a promising material for magnetic random-access memory.
The good cooperation with people, and good arrangement with work.
All the friends here, especially the members in SUMAN and ACNM groups.
The experience is very important for my training and my future.
I plan to continue the academic work in a university or an institute in a city of China, near my hometown.
Maintain a steady work-life balance, make a plan for everything, and the most important: carry out your plans as soon as possible.
I watched a lot of science fiction movies when I was young, and I was very interested in science. My role model could be Michael Faraday.