Mimicking the human brain is one of the latest interdisciplinary trends.
KAUST allows me to practice in this field, providing me the best facilities.
Wenzhe Guo PhD Student, Electrical Engineering

Research Interests

  • Two-dimensional material based gas sensing
  • Brain-inspired computation
  • Spiking neural network

Location

Building 3, Level 3, Sea side, 3203-WS25

Education Profile

  • M.Sc., Electrical Engineering, KAUST, Saudi Arabia, 2018
  • B.Sc., Electrical Engineering, University of Electrical Science and Technology of China, China, 2017

 

 

Wenzhe Guo was enrolled at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) as a MS/PhD student in 2017 and joined the Sensors’ group in 2018. After having obtained MS degree in 2018, he continues his PhD study on neuromorphic computation in the Sensors’ group.

Education and early career

Wenzhe Guo received his B.S. majored in integrated circuits design from University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC) in 2017. He got admitted to KAUST and obtained MS degree at Electrical Engineering department in KAUST in 2018.

Research Interests

Wenzhe's research interests are in the design and characterization of gas sensing device based on two-dimensional materials and brain-inspired computation. Currently, he is working on designing a gas sensor for volatile organic gas (VOC) detection and neuromorphic system.

Selected Publications

Sun, H., Torres Castanedo, C. G., Liu, K., Li, K.-H., Guo, W., Lin, R., … Li, X. (2017). Valence and conduction band offsets of β-Ga2O3/AlN heterojunction. Applied Physics Letters, 111(16), 162105. doi:10.1063/1.5003930
Liu, K., Sun, H., AlQatari, F., Guo, W., Liu, X., Li, J., … Li, X. (2017). Wurtzite BAlN and BGaN alloys for heterointerface polarization engineering. Applied Physics Letters, 111(22), 222106. doi:10.1063/1.5008451
Sun, H., Wu, F., Park, Y. J., Al tahtamouni T. M., Liao, C.-H., Guo, W., … Li, X. (2017). Revealing microstructure and dislocation behavior in BAlN/AlGaN heterostructures. Applied Physics Express, 11(1), 011001. doi:10.7567/apex.11.011001