Dr. Chun-Ho Lin is currently a postdoctoral fellow in the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in 2019 and M.S. degree in Optoelectronics and Photonics Engineering from National Taiwan University in 2014. Dr. Lin is an expert in the development of advanced optoelectronic nanodevices based on low-dimensional materials, such as 2D perovskite, h-BN, MoS2, carbon nanotube, ZnO nanowires, and their heterostructure. His research skills include chemical synthesis, materials characterization, semiconductor nanofabrication, and optical/electrical device measurements. He has published more than 40 papers in high impact materials science journals, including Nature Communications, ACS Nano, ACS Energy Letters, Advanced Materials, Advanced Energy Materials, Advanced Functional Materials, Advanced Science, Nano Energy, Applied Physics Reviews, Materials Horizons, and Light: Science & Applications. Totally, he possesses 30 papers with Impact Factor larger than 10. According to SciVal Benchmark (July 2021), Dr. Lin has a high Field-Weighted Citation Impact of 4.05 and 100% of his research works are published in Top 10% Journal while 47.2% are in Top 1% Journal (percentiles by SJR). Dr. Lin has total citation > 900 and H-index of 18 according to Google Scholar statistics. Furthermore, a considerable number of his papers have been awarded the status of Highly Cited Paper (5 publications), Cover Paper, and Editor's Highlight paper in leading international journals, including ACS Nano, Nano Energy, Nature Communications, Advanced Materials, Advanced Energy Materials, Advanced Functional Materials, Advanced Science, Light: Science & Applications, and ACS Materials Letters. In addition to affluent publications in peer-reviewed journals, Dr. Lin also holds 5 U.S. patents in the field of flexible electronics and perovskite optoelectronics. His recent research efforts focus on halide perovskite materials, including the investigation of fundamental properties, contact engineering, plasmonic optical coupling, multi-dimensional nanostructure design, lithography patterning, doping engineering, encapsulation strategies, and their applications in next-generation optoelectronics. Most importantly, he established the world-first perovskite-compatible orthogonal electron beam lithography, which enables the high-resolution, high-throughput fabrication of complex perovskite nanoelectronics for advanced electronic applications.