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  PAN Gebo  潘革波
  Division of Interdisciplinary Research
  E-Skin, Printed Electronics, SPM

Research Interest:

1. SPM Technique and Application;

2. Printed Electronics: Material and Device;

3. Electronic-Skin: Material and Device.



Aug. 2008 - Present


Suzhou Institute of Nano-tech and Nano-bionics, CAS

Jun. 2007 - Jul. 2008

Assistant/Associate Professor

Institute of Chemistry, CAS

Aug. 200- Jun.2007

Humboldt Research Fellow 

Karlsruhe University, Germany

Jul. 200- Jun. 2006

Visiting Research Associate

Waseda University, Japan


Ph.D. 2004

Physical Chemistry

Institute of Chemistry, CAS

M.S. 2001

Physical Chemistry

Jilin University

B.S. 1998

General Chemistry

Jilin University


Selected Publication:

Book Chapter:

  1. Liu, Y.-Q., Pan, G.-B.* (2011): Ionic liquid-solid interface probed by scanning tunneling microscopy. In Ionic Liquids, Theory and Properties, Hazard (Nova Science Publishers, Inc.), invited.
  2. Liu, Y.-S., Pan, G.-B.* (2010): Ionic liquids for the future electrochemical applications. In Ionic Liquids, Theory and Applications, Eds. Kokorin, A. (InTech Open Access Publishers), pp 627-642.
  3. Wan, L.-J.; Pan, G.-B.; and Bai, C.-L. (2005): In situ STM studies on calixarenes adsorbed at the electrode/electrolyte interfaces. In Surface Science: New Research, Eds. Norris, C. P. (Nova Science Publishers, Inc.), pp 273-288.

Research Article:

  1. Chen, T.; Pan, G.-B.;* Wettach, H.; Fritzsche, M.; Hoger, S.;* Wan, L.-J.;* Yang, H.-B.; Northrop, B. H.; Stang, P. J. “2D-assembly of metallacycles on HOPG by shape-persistent macrocycle templates”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2010, 132, 1328-1333.
  2. Wen, R; Pan, G.-B.; Wan, L.-J. “Oriented organic islands and one-dimensional chains on a Au(111) surface fabricated by electrodeposition: an STM study”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2008, 130, 12123-12127.
  3. Wang L.; Chen, Q.; Pan, G.-B.; Wan, L.-J., Zhang, S.; Zhan, X.; Northrop, B. H.; Stang, P. J. “Nanopatterning of donor/acceptor hybrid supramolecular architectures on highly oriented pyrolytic graphite: a scanning tunneling microscopy study”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2008, 130, 13433-13441.
  4. Chen, Q.; Chen, T.; Pan, G.-B.; Yan, H.-J.; Song W.-G.; Wan, L.-J.; Li, Z.-T.; Wang, Z.-H.; Shang, B.; Yuan, L.-F.; Yang, J.-L. “Structural selection of graphene supramolecular assembly oriented by molecular conformation and alkyl chain”, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 2008, 105, 16849-16854.
  5. Pan, G.-B.; Cheng, X.-H.; Höger, S.; Freyland, W. “2D supramolecular structures of a shape-persistent macrocycle and co-deposition with fullerene on HOPG”, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2006, 128, 4218-4219.
  6. Pan, G.-B.; Liu, J.-M.; Zhang, H.-M.; Wan, L.-J.; Zheng, Q.-Y.; Bai, C.-L. “Configurations of a calix[8]arene and a C60/calix[8]arene complex on a Au(111) surface”, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2003, 42, 2747-2751.
  7. Pan, G.-B.; Bu, J.-H.; Wang, D.; Liu, J.-M.; Wan, L.-J.; Zheng, Q.-Y.; Bai, C.-L. “Adlayer structures of calixarenes on Au(111) surface studied with STM”, J. Phys. Chem. B 2003, 107, 13111-13116.