I was born in Hotan, Xinjiang, the western region of China. I obtained my B.Eng in Materials Science and Engineering from Nanjing Tech University (2009-2013). Afterwards, I worked for almost 4 years mainly in the manufacturing industry in China. In August 2020, I obtained my M.Sc in Materials Science from RWTH-Aachen (2017-2020). During my master, I studied and worked as a freelancer as a web & software developer from October 2016 to March 2021. In the last one and a half years (2019-2020) of my master, I worked in the Institute of Biological Information Processing, Bioelectronics (IBI-3), Forschungszentrum Jülich, Helmholtz, and was focused on the flexible micro-electrode arrays for biosensor applications. Currently, I have started my Ph.D. involved in the BeMagic program at Spin-Ion Technologies, which is a start-up company that is hosted by the Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (C2N) at University of Paris-Saclay. I am involved in boosting magneto-ionics in spintronic devices by using ion irradiation and implantation.
I come from the island of Thasos, Greece. I received my bachelor degree in Physics and my master degree in Chemistry and Materials Technology from the University of Ioannina. After defending my master thesis, I started a short term internship in the National Institute of Materials Physics in Romania. Currently, I have been employed in TTS, s.r.o., Czech Republic as an ESR for the BeMAGIC project. Under the project, my research is focused on upscaling the growth of metal/oxide bilayer systems for non-volatile magnetoelectric effects and optimizing the non-volatile magnetoelectric effects for memory applications.