Zuankai Wang is currently an associate professor in the Department of Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering  at the City University of Hong Kong. His research interests include microfluidics for global health, nanomaterials, biomimetics and nanoscale transport phenomena.  Dr. Wang won the 2016 Outstanding Youth Award presented by the International Society of Bionic Engineering, 2016 OSA Young Scientist AwardBest Paper Award in International Symposium on Optofluidics (2012 and 2013), the prestigious Materials Research Society (MRS) Graduate Student Silver Award (2007 Fall Meeting) and the Chinese Government Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad Award (2007).  


Principal Investigator: Zuankai Wang, Ph.D.

Postdoc in Biomedical Engineering, Columbia University, US
Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, US
M.S. in Microelectronics, Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology, CAS, China
B.S. in Mechatronics, Jilin University, China
P6418, Academic Building, Department of Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering
City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Email: zuanwang@cityu.edu.hk. Tel: 852-34422170
Fax: 852-34420172

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Prior members

Liang Wang (12/2014-05/2016)

Ph.D. Jilin  University

Mei Zhang (08/2011-03/2016)

Yahua Liu (08/2012-04/2015), Current position: Associate Professor in Dalian University of Technology, China. Yahua won the prestigious MRS Graduate Student Silver Award in 2015 Spring and 2015 Hong Kong Young Scientist Award.

Xuemei Chen (08/2010-11/2013), Current position: Postdoctoral Associate in Purdue University

Xiaowen Huang (07/2011-08/2013), Won Best Paper Award in International Symposium on Optofluidics 2012, Current position: PHD student in PolyU

Jintao Li  (07/2011~07/2012).

Wenli Hui (04/2011~12/2011), Current Position: Assistant Professor, Northwest University.

C.H Tsang  (10/2011~04/2012)






We conduct research in the cutting edge area of bio-inspired nanomaterials and devices. Although we do realize the importance of  research platform, we still believe in and appreciate the strength of people. In some sense we are fortunate to have a number of highly self-motivated students with very diverse backgrounds. Very excitingly, each of them is using his/her passion for innovation to spark new knowledge, and contributing to the lab in his/her own unique way.   
                  Micro/Nano Meets Bio
          Innovation Inspired by Nature

Yanhua Zhao (joined in 08/2013)

M.S. Hunan University







Jing Li  (joined in 08/2013)

B.S. Wuhan University






Minfei  Li  (joined in 09/2014)

B.S. USTC





Lab of Nature-Inspired Science and Technology  (NIST)

Jiaqian  Li  (joined in 09/2015)







Chonglei Hao


Ph.D., City University of Hong Kong (03/2016)  Won Best Paper Award in 2013 International Symposium on Optofluidics

B.S. Shandong University




Yang Wu


Ph.D., Chinese Academy of Sciences.