董振超,男,1964年1月出生于福建安溪。现为中国科技大学教授、博士生导师,合肥微尺度物质科学国家实验室原子分子科学部主任。

1983年本科毕业于四川大学,1987年获厦门大学理学硕士学位,1990年在中科院福建物质结构研究所获理学博士学位后留所工作,1992年到美国衣阿华州立大学(埃姆斯国家实验室)做博士后,随后于1996年到日本国家材料科学研究所(NIMS)工作,先后被聘为主任研究官、主干研究员、课题负责人。2004年4月起被聘为中国科学技术大学教授、博士生导师,曾入选“百人计划”和“新世纪优秀人才支持计划”,现为基金委重大科研仪器设备研制专项负责人,科技部重大科学研究计划课题负责人,兼任中国真空学会副理事长。长期从事面向未来信息和生物技术的纳米光电效应研究,特别是研制将高分辨扫描隧道显微技术与单光子检测光学技术相融合的联用系统,致力于单分子电致发光、单分子拉曼散射、纳米等离激元光子学等领域的前沿探索。

继2004年通过光子态调控实现纳米隧道结的分子电致发光、2010年通过频谱匹配调控发现分子电致热荧光等新奇的“禁阻之光”之后,2013年在单分子化学识别与成像领域取得重大突破,在国际上首次实现了亚纳米分辨的拉曼光谱成像,使单分子尺度的化学识别成为现实,这项成果对于了解表面化学反应和光催化微观机制、实现包括DNA测序在内的高分辨生物分子成像,具有极其重要的科学意义和实用价值。工作发表后立即引起国际科技界的广泛关注。《自然》“新闻与展望”栏目、美国《今日物理》和《化学与工程新闻》、德国《应用化学》、美国《全国广播电台》和英国《化学世界》网站等众多国际知名期刊和媒体纷纷撰文介绍这一重大进展。已发表科技论文120余篇,其中有多篇第一作者或通信作者文章分别发表在Nature、Nature Photonics、Phys. Rev. Lett.、J. Am. Chem. Soc.和Angew. Chem.上,论文被他引近两千次(H因子=27),多次应邀在美国物理学会、美国化学学会、国际纳米大会、国际真空大会、近场光学等国际知名学术会议上做邀请报告,是单分子光电子学领域具有国际影响力的科技工作者。曾获得“全国优秀科技工作者”荣誉称号(2010),2013年度中国CAIA奖特等奖、中国科技大学杰出研究校长奖、2014年度中国科学院“朱李月华优秀教师”奖。单分子拉曼成像工作入选2013年度“中国科学十大进展”、“中国光学重要成果”(首项)、以及两院院士评选的“中国十大科技进展”。

Dr. Zhen-Chao Dong received his Bachelor from Sichuan University in 1983 and his Master degree from Xiamen University in 1987. After obtaining his Ph.D. in 1990 from Fujian Institute  on the Structure of Matter, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), he worked in the same institute as an assistant professor. From 1992 to 1995, he was a postdoctoral research associate at Iowa

State University (Ames Laboratory),  USA. In 1996, he joined the National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan, where he was appointed as Senior Researcher and later promoted to be Chief Researcher and Theme Leader. In 2004, Dong joined University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) as a full professor. He is currently serving as Division Director of Atomic and Molecular Sciences at Hefei National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at the Microscale (HFNL). His research interest is in the field of single-molecule optoelectronics and nanoplasmonics, particularly on STM based single-molecule electroluminescence and single-molecule Raman scattering. The aim of his research is to understand the underlying physics that governs the light generation, energy transfer, and molecular plasmonics at the nanoscale. Dong is currently the PI of several research projects supported by the Ministry of Science and Technology, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and the National Natural Science Foundation of China. He has published more than 120 papers indexed by SCI (H-factor=27), including 8 first-author or corresponding-author papers in Nature, Nature Photonics, Phys. Rev. Lett., J.  Am. Chem. Soc., and Angew. Chem. He has presented many invited talks in prestigious  international conferences, including APS, ACS, IVC, ICN+T, NFO, NANOMETA, PIER, ACSIN/ICSPM, and ChinaNANO, renowned as one of the top international leaders in the field of single-molecule optoelectronics. He is the recipient of "National Outstanding Scientific and Technological Workers Award" from CAST in 2010 and a couple of other awards and honors in 2013, including "the CAIA Outstanding Award", "USTC President Award for Outstanding Research Achievements", "Outstanding Breakthroughs in Optical Science of China", "Top 10 Breakthroughs in the Science of China", and "Top 10 Advances in Science and Technology of China". In 2014, he received "CAS Award for Outstanding Mentors (Ph.D. Supervisors)", "USTC Award for Outstanding Graduate Mentors", and "CAS Outstanding Achievement Prize in Science and Technology (Group)".

Recent Representative Publications
1.  Zhang, R., Zhang, Y., Dong, Z. C.,*Jiang, S., Zhang, C., Chen, L. G., Zhang, L., Liao, Y., Aizpurua, J., Luo, Y., Yang, J. L., and Hou, J. G.,* “Chemical mapping of a single molecule by plasmon-enhanced Raman scattering”, Nature 498, 82-86, 2013.
2.  Zhu, S. E., Kuang, Y. M., Geng, F., Zhu, J. Z., Wang, C. Z., Yu, Y. J., Luo, Y., Xiao, Y., Liu, K. Q.,
Meng, Q. S., Zhang L., Jiang, S., Zhang, Y., Wang, G. W.,*Dong, Z. C.,*Hou, J. G., "Self-decoupled porphyrin with a tripodal anchor for  molecular-scale electroluminescence",  J. Am. Chem. Soc. 135(42), 15794−15800 (2013).
3.  Dong, Z. C.,*Zhang, X. L., Gao, H. Y., Luo, Y., Zhang, C., Chen, L. G., Zhang, R., Tao, X., Zhang, Y., Yang, J. L., and Hou, J. G.,*“Generation of molecular hot electroluminescence by resonant nanocavity plasmons”, Nature Photonics 4, 50-54, 2010. 

会议报告主题/Topic:
Sub-nm resolved chemical identification and imaging by plasmon enhanced Raman scattering

摘要/Abstract:
The vibrational spectroscopy based on tip-enhanced Raman scattering (TERS) has opened a path to obtain enhanced vibrational signals of molecules thanks to strongly localized plasmonic field originated at the tip apex. In this talk, I shall first show a TERS spatial resolution down to sub-nanometer scale for a single type of porphyrin molecules and then demonstrate the power of TERS for chemically distinguishing two adjacent but different molecules in real space. The issue of how close and how similar these different molecules can be will be addressed.

1 R. Zhang, Y. Zhang, Z. C. Dong*, S. Jiang, C. Zhang, L. G. Chen, L. Zhang, Y. Liao, J. Aizpurua, Y. Luo, J. L. Yang , and J. G. Hou*. Nature 498,  82-86 (2013).
2 Z. C. Dong*, X. L. Zhang, H. Y. Gao, Y. Luo, C. Zhang, L. G. Chen, R. Zhang, X. Tao, Y. Zhang, J. L. Yang, J. G. Hou*. Nature Photonics 4, 50-54 (2010).