Yan-Jun Wan (万艳君)  Ph.D.

Tel: 15013474526,  0755-86392103

Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Electronic Materials (SIEM),

Longwangmiao Industrial Area, Fuyong Street, Baoan District, Shenzhen.

Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology, 

Chinese Academy of Sciences (SIAT, CAS).

University Town of Shenzhen, Xili Nanshan, Shenzhen.

Research Areas

EMI shielding materials

Functional nano-composties

2D materials


2014. 8-2018.8, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Ph.D.


Work Experience

2020.12-Now, SIEM, Associate research fellow

2020.9-2020.12, SIEM, Assistant research fellow

2018.9-2020.8, SITA, CAS, Post-doc.


(1) Flexible liquid metal/cellulose nanofiber composites film with excellent thermal reliability for highly efficient and broadband EMI shielding, Chemical Engineering Journal, 2021, Corresponding author
(2) Ultrathin densified carbon nanotube film with “metal-like” conductivity, superior mechanical strength, and ultrahigh electromagnetic interference shielding effectiveness, ACS Nano, 2020, Corresponding author
(3) Electromagnetic interference shielding of Ti3C2Tx MXene modified by ionic liquid for high chemical stability and excellent mechanical strength, Chemical Engineering Journal, 2020, First author
(4) Lightweight, flexible MXene/polymer film with simultaneously excellent mechanical property and high-performance electromagnetic interference shielding, Composites Part A, 2020, First author
(5) Recent advances in polymer-based electronic packaging materials, Composites Communications, 2020, First author
(6) Anticorrosive, ultralight, and flexible carbon-wrapped metallic nanowire hybrid sponges for highly efficient electromagnetic interference shielding, Small, 2018, First author
(7) Graphene paper for exceptional EMI shielding performance using large-sized graphene oxide sheets and doping strategy, Carbon, 2017, First author
(8) Ultralight, super-elastic and volume-preserving cellulose fiber/graphene aerogel for high-performance electromagnetic interference shielding, Carbon, 2017, First author
(9) Barium titanate coated and thermally reduced graphene oxide towards high dielectric constant and low loss of polymeric composites, Composites Science and Technology, 2017, First author