Qingshen’s research explores the development of multi-functional highly integrated soft electronic devices for portable, wearable or implantable utilizations based on advanced materials and fabrications. He joint the University of Glasgow in June 2022 as a lecturer in Implantable Electronics. In 2015, he received his Ph.D. in a joint doctorial programme in materials science and engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology and Peking University, where he studied on understanding, designing and modelling nano generators based on the triboelectric effect and piezoelectric effect. In 2016 he was awarded Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship and joint the University of Cambridge to conduct research on advanced printing technology (aerosol jet printing) for fabricating flexible and stretchable electronics including sensors and energy harvesters. Qingshen is currently focusing on various subjects under his research scope including the development of integrated self-charging power cells, micro energy harvesters and self-powered sensors with triboelectric, piezoelectric or thermoelectric effects for implantation compatible purposes. His previous related research experience has already yielded more than 60 journal publications with over than 10,000 total citations, a personal h-index of 42 and consequent years (2019, 2021 & 2022) of recipient of “Highly Cited Researcher Awards” (By Clarivate Analytics company, Web of Science Group).