Prof. Cheng-Wei Qiu

Fellow Member | Dean's Chair Professor at National Univ of Singapore
Qiu, Cheng-Wei
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SPIE Membership: 9.7 years
SPIE Awards: Fellow status | Senior status | 2018 Rising Researcher Award
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Area of Expertise: Metasurface, 2D materials optics, light-matter interaction, Nanophotoncis, topological physics
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Prof. Cheng-Wei Qiu was appointed Dean’s Chair Professor twice (2017-2020 & 2020-2023) in Faculty of Engineering, NUS. He was Fellow of The Electromagnetics Academy, US. He is well known for his research in structured light and interfaces. He has published over 400 peer-reviewed journal papers. He was the recipient of the SUMMA Graduate Fellowship in Advanced Electromagnetics in 2005, IEEE AP-S Graduate Research Award in 2006, URSI Young Scientist Award in 2008, NUS Young Investigator Award in 2011, MIT TR35@Singapore Award in 2012, Young Scientist Award by Singapore National Academy of Science in 2013, Faculty Young Research Award in NUS 2013, SPIE Rising Researcher Award 2018, Young Engineering Research Award 2018, and Engineering Researcher Award 2021 in NUS, and World Scientific Medal 2021 by Institute of Physics, Singapore. He was Highly Cited Researchers in 2019, 2020, 2021 by Web of Science. He has published over 400 peer-reviewed journal papers, with citations over 28500 (Google Scholar). He has been serving in Associate Editor for various journals such as JOSA B, PhotoniX, Photonics Research, and Editor-in-Chief for eLight. He also serves in Editorial Advisory Board for Laser and Photonics Review, Advanced Optical Materials, and ACS Photonics.

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