General

Dr. Li Jianping, Claude

Principal Engineer

Center for Optoelectronic Engineering Technology

Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology of Chinese Academy of Sciences

1068 Xueyuan Boulevard, University Town of Shenzhen,

Xili Nanshan, Shenzhen 518055, China

Tel:+86-755-86392483

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Research Areas

  • Novel Optical Methods and Advanced Optical Instrumentation

  • Machine Learning and Computer Vision for Ocean Observation

Education

  • PhD in Physics

  • Department of Physics, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong SAR, China

  • Master of Engineering in Optical Engineering

  • School of Information Science and Engineering, Shandong University, China

  • Bachelor of Science in Optics

  • Department of Optoelectronic Information Engineering, Shandong University, China

Experience

   
Work Experience

  • ​Principal Engineer

  • Jan.2021-present

  • Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology of CAS

  • Associate Professor

  • Oct.2016-Dec.2020

  • Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology of CAS

  • Research Assistant Professor

  • Aug. 2013-July. 2016

  • Department of Physics, Hong Kong Baptist University

  • Lecturer

  • Sept.2011-July. 2013

  • Department of Physics, Hong Kong Baptist University

Teaching Experience

  • Course Instructor@SIAT:

  • PhD English

  • Course Instructor@HKBU:

  • PHYS7410 Physics for Green Technology; 

  • PHYS7310 Introduction to Environmental Science; 

  • PHYS7360 Green Laboratory (Labview and DAQ); 

  • Master project supervision@HKBU:

  • Optical characterization of phytoplankton by spectral imaging technology, 4 students.

  • Hong Kong Physics Enhancement Programme (for secondary school students attending international Physics Olympiad) training: Optical Devices.

  • Teaching Assistant@HKBU and HKUST:

  • Mechanics; Modern Physics; Signals and Systems; Optical Communications.

Publications

   
Papers

  • Referred Journal Publications

  • Huanhuan Hao, Peng Liu, Pei Su, Tao Chen, Ming Zhu, Zhibin Jiang, Jianping Li*, Danqing Feng*, Sea-trial research on natural product-based antifouling paint applied to different underwater sensor housing materials. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation (IF: 4.320), 2022. 170: p. 105400.

  • Cheng Tang and Jianping Li*, “Quasi-non-diffracting static light sheets generated by holistically optimized pupil masks”. Optics Letters (IF: 3.776), 2022. 47(7): p. 1737-1740.

  • Jianping Li*, Tao Chen, Zhenyu Yang, Liangpei Chen, Peng Liu, Yizhou Zhang, Guangwen Yu, Jixin Chen, Haitao Li, Xiaohong Sun, “Development of a Buoy-borne Underwater Imaging System for In situ Mesoplankton Monitoring of Coastal Waters”, IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering (IF: 3.554), 47(1): 88-110, 2022.

  • Chen Wei, Chen Tao, Zhang Liang, Zhou Zhisheng, Zhu Ming, Chen Liangpei, Liu Peng, Zhang Yizhou, Li Jianping*. “Development and Costal Tests of in-situ Instruments for Online Monitoring of Seawater Biochemistry Indices Based on Buoy Platform”. Journal of Integration Technology, 2021, (2):3-18.

  • Yu, D., Li, J., Wang, T., She, X., Sun, Y., Li, J., Zhang, L., Yu, X. and Yang, D. (2020), Black Phosphorus All‐Fiber Sensor for Highly Responsive Humidity Detection. Phys. Status Solidi RRL. (IF: 3.729), doi:10.1002/pssr.201900697

  • Tao Chen, Shuang Yuan, Jianping Li, Honglong Zhang, Yuming Dong, Liangpei Chen, Peng Liu, Guohua Jiao, “Image Registration for a UV-Visible Dual-band Imaging System”, Optics and Lasers in Engineering (IF: 4.059), 2018. 105: p. 209-218.

  • Xiaofan Ji, Chenyu Xiao, Wai-Fung Lau, Jianping Li, Junxue Fu, "Metal enhanced fluorescence improved protein and DNA detection by zigzag Ag nanorod arrays", Biosensors and Bioelectronics (IF: 6.409), 82: p. 240-247, 2016.

  • Jianping Li and Yi Xiao, “GPU accelerated parallel FFT processing for Fourier transform hyperspectral imaging”, Applied Optics (IF: 1.784), 54(13): p.D91-D98, 2015.

  • Jianglai Wu, Jianping Li, and Robert Chan, “A light sheet based high throughput 3D-imaging flow cytometer for phytoplankton analysis”, Opt. Express (IF: 3.488), 21(12): p.14474-14480, 2013.

  • Jianping Li and Robert Chan, “Towards a UV-Vis-NIR Hyperspectral Imaging Platform for Fast Multiplex Reflection Spectroscopy”, Opt. Letters (IF: 3.292) 35(19): p.3330-3332, 2010.

  • Jianping Li, Robert Chan and Xuzhu Wang, “Tests of a practical visible-NIR imaging Fourier transform spectrometer for biological and chemical fluorescence emission measurements”, Opt. Express (IF: 3.488), 17(23): p. 21083-21090, 2009.

  • Referred Conference Paper

  • Guannan Guo, Qi Lin, Tao Chen, Zhenghui Feng, Zheng Wang, and Jianping Li*, "Colorization for in situ Marine Plankton Images," Cham, 2022: Springer Nature Switzerland, in Computer Vision – ECCV 2022, pp. 216-232. 

  • Jiacong Wang, Cheng Tang, Jianping Li*, “Towards Real-time Analysis of Marine Phytoplankton Images Sampled at High Frame Rate by a YOLOX-based Object Detection Algorithm”. Oceans, 2022.

  • Wenqi Ma, Tao Chen, Zhengwen Zhang, Zhenyu Yang, Chao Dong, Jianping Qiao, Jianping Li*, “Super-resolution for in situ Plankton Images”. International Conference on Computer Vision, Computer Vision in the Ocean Workshop, 2021. 

  • Yuchun Pu, Zhenghui Feng, Zhonglei Wang*, Zhenyu Yang, Jianping Li*, “Anomaly Detection for In situ Marine Plankton Images”. International Conference on Computer Vision, Computer Vision in the Ocean Workshop, 2021. 

  • Zhenyu Yang, Tao Chen, Jianping Li*, Jiande Sun, “Focusing Evaluation for In situ Darkfield Imaging of Marine Plankton”. Oceans, 2021. 

  • Tao Chen, Jianping Li*, Wenhui Ju, Jiande Sun*, “Object Detection and Abundance Analysis for Fountain-Flow Imaging of Marine Plankton”. Oceans, 2021. 

  • Jianping Li, Zhisheng Zhou, Liang Zhang, Liangpei Chen, Yizhou Zhang, Peng Liu, "Development of underwater fluorimeters for assessing biochemical constituents of coastal seawater". Ocean Sensing and Monitoring XIII, Proc. SPIE, Vol. 11752. 2021.

  • Ming Zhu, Wei Chen, Liangpei Chen, Yizhou Zhang, Jianping Li, "Underwater spectrophotometer for in-situ seawater COD monitoring". Ocean Sensing and Monitoring XIII, Proc. SPIE, Vol. 11752. 2021.

  • Jianping Li, “Wide spectral-range imaging spectroscopy of photonic crystal microbeads for multiplex biomolecular assay applications”, Proc. SPIE, Vol9155: 91550L: 1-7, 2014.

Conferences

Oral Presentations

  • Jianping Li, “How can imaging flow cytometry serve ocean color science?”, Keynote Speaker, International Ocean Colour Science Meeting, April. 9-12, 2019, Busan, Republic of Korea.
  • Jianping Li, Mark Luk, Tao Chen, Peng Liu, Qinmu Peng, “FluoSieve: A novel fluorescence imaging flow cytometer for high-throughput phytoplankton analysis”, the Fourth Xiamen Symposium on Marine Environmental Sciences (XMAS), Jan. 6-9, 2019, Xiamen, China.
  • Jianping Li, Mark Luk, Honglong Zhang, Tao Chen, Peng Liu, Qinmu Peng, “Towards field application of a high-throughput fluorescence imaging flow cytometer for marine phytoplankton analysis”, Ocean Optics XXIV, Oct 7-12, 2018, Dubrovnik, Croatia.

  • Jianping Li, “High-throughput cytometric analysis of marine phytoplankton based on a novel fluorescence flow microscopy”, the 17th Chinese Ocean Color Conference, Nov 1-3, 2017, Xiamen University, Xiamen, China.

  • Zhennan Xu, Robert, K.Y. Chan, Jianping Li, “Dual-Channel Flow-through Light-Sheet Microscopy for Phytoplankton Analysis ”, Focus on Microscopy, March, 2016, Taipei, Taiwan.

  • Jianping Li, “Laser-sheet based in-flow fluorescence microscope for high throughput phytoplankton analysis”, No.18th Annual Conference of Oceanography and Liminology Society of China, November, 2015, Xiamen, China.

  • Jianping Li and Robert Chan, “ A versatile hyperspectral imaging system for high-throughput multiplex molecular detection applications” in Frontiers in Optical Bio-imaging and Microscopy, ICMAT2011, 26 June to 1 July, 2011, SUNTEC ,Singapore.

  • Jianping Li and Robert Chan, “A Versatile High-resolution UV-Vis-NIR Fourier Transform Hyperspectral Imaging System” , the 14th Annual Conference of The Physical Society of Hong Kong, HKUST, June, 2010, Hong Kong.

  • Jianping Li, “Fourier transform UV-Vis-NIR Spectroscopy based on a Beam-folding Position-tracking Technique”, Singapore Microscopy and Optics Seminars, April, 2010, Singapore.

  • Jianping Li and Robert Chan, “Two-Mode Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence Hyperspectral Microscopy”, Focus on Microscopy, March, 2010, Shanghai, China.

  • Jianping Li and Robert Chan, "Imaging Fourier Transform Spectrometer Based on a Beam-Folding Position-Tracking Technique," Fourier Transform Spectroscopy, OSA Technical Digest, April, 2009, Vancouver.

  • Poster Presentations

  • Tao Chen and Jianping Li, “A darkfield optical flow imaging system for high-throughput analysis of marine zooplankton”, the Fourth Xiamen Symposium on Marine Environmental Sciences (XMAS), Jan. 6-9, 2019, Xiamen, China.

  • Zhenann Xu, Rui Li and Jianping Li, “Towards a General-Purpose Hyperspectral Microscope Based on Imaging Fourier Transform Spectroscopy”, Focus on Microscopy, March, 2016, Taipei, Taiwan. 

  • Jianping Li, “On-line Parallel FFT Processing using GPU for Fourier Transform Imaging Spectroscopy”, the 6th Advanced Optical Methods Workshop, July 2014,Shenzhen, China.

  • Jianping Li, “On-line Parallel FFT Processing using GPU for Fourier Transform Hyperspectral Imaging”, the 17th Annual Conference of the Physical Society of Hong Kong, June 2014, HKBU, Hong Kong.

  • Jianping Li, “Wide spectral-range imaging spectroscopy of photonic crystal microbeads for multiplex biomolecular assay applications”, SPIE Translational Biophotonics, May 2014, Houston, Texas, the USA.

  • Jianglai Wu, Jianping Li and Robert Chan, “Development of a light sheet based 3D-imaging flow cytometer for phytoplankton analysis”, Focus on Microscopy, March, 2013, Maastricht, The Netherlands.

  • Jianping Li and Robert Chan, “Visible-NIR Fourier Transform Hyperspectral Imaging and its Biological and Chemical Applications”, Joint Scientific Meeting of Hong Kong Society of Neuroscience and the Biophysical Society of Hong Kong, June 2010, HKU, Hong Kong.