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JU Bingfeng


Basic information

Teacher Name:Bingfeng Ju
Job title:Professor

Ju Bingfeng


Phone: +86 571 8795 1730
   +86 571 8795 1730
Office: No. 506, The Ninth Teaching Building

ZhejiangUniversity, Yuquan Campus

38 Zheda Road

Hangzhou, China 310027


Other Appointments

Deputy Director, The State Key Lab of Fluid Power Transmission and Control


Professional Activities

Member, Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society

Member, China Instrument and Control Society



Ph.D. – ZhejiangUniversity, Mechanical Engineering, 1999

M. S. – HarbinInstitute of Technology, Mechanical Engineering, 1996,

B.S. – HarbinEngineeringUniversity, Mechanical Engineering, 1994


Working Experience


2009- Deputy Director, The State Key Lab of Fluid Power Transmission and Control

2007- Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, ZhejiangUniversity

2005-2007, Assistant professor, Department of Nanomechanics, Tohoku University, Japan

2003-2005, JSPS Fellow, Department of Nanomechanics, Tohoku University, Japan

2002-2003, Research Scientist, DSO National laboratories, Singapore

2000-2002, Research Fellow, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore



Awards and Honors

Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Germany, 2003

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Scholarship, Japan, 2003

ROCKWELL Automation Award, 1999


Research Interests

Precision Mechatronics and Measurement Systems

Ultra-precision Metrology

Development and Applications of MEMS&NEMS


Current Projects

1.      Measurement of nanometer 3D edge profile of diamond micro cutting tools (863 Project, No. 2009AA04Z168)

2.      Nano-metrology of high aspect ratio microstructures (HARMS) by new STM system (NSFC Project, 90923031)

3.      Sub-micrometer local conductivities and its applications in DNT for nano-structures (NSFC Project, 50705086)


Publication List

1. Ju B –F et al. Systematic study of electropolishing technique for improving the quality and production reproducibility of tungsten STM probe. SENSORS & ACTUATORS-A 155: 136-144, 2009 (SCI&EI)  

2. Ju B –F et al. A methodology for quantitative evaluation of local electrical conductivity: from micron to submicron. MICROSYSTEM TECHNOLOGIES 15: 1827-1834, 2009 (SCI&EI)  

3. Ju B –F et al. Quantitative measurement of submicrometre electrical conductivity. JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS 40: 7467-7470, 2007 (SCI&EI)  

4. Ju B –F et al. A novel cylindrical punch method to characterize interfacial adhesion and residual stress of a thin polymer film. ENGINEERING FRACTURE MECHANICS 74 : 1101-06, 2007 (SCI&EI)  

5. Ju B –F. In situ elasticity and adhesion measurement of biomembrane by a video enhanced depth-sensing indentation technique. MATERIALS SCIENCE & ENGINEERING-C 27: 135-141, 2007 (SCI&EI)

6. Ju B –F et al. Video enhanced depth-sensing indentation technique for characterizing mechanical behaviour of biomaterials. MEASUREMENT SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY 17: 1776-1784, 2006 (SCI&EI)  

7. Ju B –F et al. Fabrication of a microscopic four-point probe and its application to local conductivity measurement. JOURNAL OF MICROMECHANICS AND MICROENGINEERING 15: 2277-2281, 2005 (SCI& EI)  

8. Ju Y, Ju B –F et al. Microscopic four-point atomic force microscope probe technique for local electrical conductivity measurement. REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS 76: No. 086101, 2005 (SCI&EI)  

9. Ju B –F et al. A systematic method for characterizing the elastic properties and adhesion of a thin polymer membrane. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MECHANICAL SCIENCES 47: 319-332, 2005 (SCI&EI)   

10. Ju B –F. Indentation of a square elastomeric thin film by a flat-ended cylindrical punch in the presence of long-range intersurface forces. JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS 96: 6159-63, 2004 (SCI&EI)  

11. Ju B –F et al. A novel technique for characterizing elastic properties of thin biological membrane. MECHANICS OF MATERIALS 34 : 749-754, 2002 (SCI&EI)  

12. Ju B -F, Liu K –K. Characterizing viscoelastic properties of thin elastomeric membrane MECHANICS OF MATERIALS 34: 485-491, 2002 (SCI&EI)  


Conference List

1. Long range high aspect ratio scanning tunneling microscopy. ISMQC2010, 5-10 September 2010, Osaka, Japan

2. AFM with the slope compensation technique for high-speed precision measurement of micro-structured surfaces. ISMTII-2007, 23-27 September 2007, Sendai, Japan  

3. Compact AFM system for rapid and large area surface topography measurement. International Symposium on Precision Mechanical Measurements, 5-9 August 2006, Urumqi, China  

4. Development of a new microscopic four-point AFM probe for the measurement of local electrical conductivity. IPACK2005, 17-22 July 2005, San Francisco, California, USA  

5. Novel AFM probe for local conductivity measurement. 9th International Conference on Advanced Materials, 3-8 July 2005, Singapore  

6. Micromanipulation evaluation of the damage strength of a single biomimetic microcapsule. Asian-Pacific Conference on Fracture and Strength'04, 6-8 October 2004, Jeju Island, Korea  

7. Novel technique for mechanical characterization of thin polymeric tissue membrane. 7th Australian and New Zealand Intelligent Information Systems Conference, 18-21 November 2001, Perth, Australia  

8. A new instrument for measuring mechanical compliance of micro-system. 2nd International Conference on Experimental mechanics, 29 November -1 December 2000, Singapore


Patent List

1. Four-point AFM probe, Japan Patent (JP2007010404-A)

2. Spiral scanning system for high-speed and large area STM, China Patent (ZL 200810062982.1)

3. The control system for fabricating STM probes, China Patent (ZL 200810062984.0)


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