St. John’s University
Dr. Gen Long received his BS in Physics from Shandong University, China and his PhD in Physics from University at Buffalo. He worked in GlobalFoundries (US) as senior integration engineer on 14nm FinFET technology before joined St. John’s University as assistant professor in Physics. His research area mainly focuses on the synthesis, characterization and device applications of novel metal and semiconductor nanostructures (nanoparticles, nanowires, nanorods, nanodisks, nanoplatelets, etc. made by solution-phase or gas-phase growth). He is an active member of APS, MRS, and AAPT.
Dr. Long’s research interest are novel nanomaterial synthesis and characterizations, energy-related nanoscale device applications, as well as biomedical applications of magnetic nanomaterials .