Xu is currently a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University. He received his B.S. degree from Sichuan University, China (2006) and his Ph.D. from the National Center for Nanoscience and Technology, China (2011) under the direction of Prof. Lei Jiang. His scientific interests were focused on the design and fabrication of biomimetic smart nanopores/nanochannels. Xu’s current research interests in Prof. Joanna Aizenberg’s group include microfluidics, slippery surfaces, as well as bio-inspired materials. He has already published more than 24 research papers.
- Zhang, Huacheng; Hou, Xu; Zeng, Lu; Yang, Fu; Li, Lin; Yan, Dadong; Tian, Ye; Jiang, Lei. Bioinspired Artificial Single Ion Pump. Journal of the American Chemical Society (2013), 135(43), 16102-16110.
- Hou, Xu; Zhang, Huacheng; Jiang, Lei. Building Bio-Inspired Artificial Functional Nanochannels: From Symmetric to Asymmetric Modification. Angewandte Chemie, International Edition (2012), 51(22), 5296-5307.
- Hou, Xu; Guo, Wei; Jiang, Lei. Biomimetic smart nanopores and nanochannels. Chemical Society Reviews (2011), 40(5), 2385-2401.
For details, see his profile on ResearchGate.
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