Name: Gui Lin
Guilin, male, researcher, was born in June 1977. In 2000, he graduated from the School of Thermal Engineering of Chongqing University, majoring in computer technology for refrigeration and cryogenic technology. He then worked at the Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, where he was engaged in bioheat transfer related research and obtained a doctorate in refrigeration and cryogenics. After graduating in 2005, he went to the Microfluidic Laboratory of the University of Waterloo in Canada for postdoctoral research and then promoted as an associate researcher in China. In 2011, he returned to China in the “Hundred Talents Program” of CAS and entered TIPC, CAS. At present, he has published more than 20 papers at home and abroad, and has 7 Chinese patents. He has proposed a variety of micro-thermal valves and proposed a rapid measurement method for micro-field temperature. He has been invited to write the "Micro Thermal Valve" section in the book Encyclopedia of Microfluidics and Nanofluidics. He was also invited to preside over his research results at the 3rd ASME International Conference on Micro-nano Heat and Mass Transfer, which was reported by many well-known international academic media including MIT Technical Review.
Microfluidic chip technology; application of liquid metal in biochips; microsensors, microfluidic devices; microbial chip thermal design; microscopic temperature measurement, etc.
Awards and Honors：
2005President Award of the Chinese Academy of Sciences
1. "Thermomechanical valves",
2. Gui L., Ren C. L., "Heat transfer and electrokinetic flow in an electroosmosis-based continuous flow PCR chip", Analytical Chemistry, vol. 78 (17), 6215-6222, 2006
3. Gui L., Ren C. L., "Exploration and Evaluation of Embedded Shape Memory Alloy (SMA) Microvalves for High Aspect Ratio Microchannels", Sensors Actuators A - Physical , 168, 155-161, 2011.
4. Gui L., Ren C. L., "Microfluidic phase change valve with a two-level cooling technology", Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 10, 435-445, 2011.
5. Gui L., Ren C. L., "Temperature Measurement in Microfluidic Chips Using Photobleaching of a Fluorescent Thin Film", Applied Physics Letters, 92(2), id. 024102, 2008.