Dr. Junhao Lin obtained his PhD degree of Physics from Vanderbilt University, USA, in 2015. He was trained in both theoretical density functional theory (DFT) and experimental scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM), and combine these two techniques synergistically to investigate the structure-property correlations in two-dimensional (2D) materials. He had his postdoctoral wok as a JSPS fellow in AIST, Japan from 2015, hosted by Dr. Kazu Suenaga, and continue the research mostly in 2D materials with low-voltage monochromatic S/TEM. He has been selected for the 14th national young researcher program and is now an associate professor in the Physics department, Southern University of Science and Technology (SuSTech). His main research direction includes analysis of complex defect structures in novel layered materials, real time in-situ observation of the dynamical processes in structural transition of materials under various environmental stimulations, and the phonon behavior of 2D materials as probed by monochromatic valence electron energy loss spectroscopy (VEELS). He has published more than 60 journal papers, including first authored paper in Nature, Nature Nanotechnology, Nature Materials and PRL, with a total citation of more than 4000 times.