Centre Member Profile

Mei Xian (Jamie) Low
Employer: RMIT University
Centre Role: PhD Student
Job Title in TMOS: PhD candidate, Functional Materials and Microsystems Research Group, RMIT University

Research Interests:
-Two-dimensional materials
-Strain engineering

• PhD (Electrical & Electronic Engineering), 2019 – Current, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia
• Master of Engineering (Micro-Nano Engineering), 2018, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia
• Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical Engineering – Nanotechnology), 2011, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia

Mei Xian (Jamie) is a PhD candidate from RMIT University working on miniaturised electronics using light-sensitive low-dimensional materials. Her research area focuses on atomically-thin 2D material-based electronics and studying how their optoelectronic behaviour changes with different stimuli such as hybridisation and strain engineering. Jamie had also received the Juniper Networks Prize in 2019, which was awarded to the top Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering postgraduate by coursework student during her Masters degree in 2018.