Long Que

  • Associate Professor
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering

Main Office

3107 Coover
Ames, IA 50011-3060
Phone: 515-294-4539


PhD, Electrical Engineering,  University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2000

Interest Areas

Our laboratory seeks to utilize and synthesize micro and nanoscale materials, develop novel micro and nanodevices, micro and nanosystems to advance the research in life science, biomedical engineering, renewable energy harvesting and storage.
Core Research Area: Microelectronics and photonics
Strategic Research Area: Bioengineering

Selected Publications

  • Y. He, X. Li and L. Que, “A transparent nanostructured optical biosensor,” Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology, 10, 767 (2014)
  • H. Yin, X. Li and L. Que, “Fabrication and characterization of the arrayed aluminum oxide thin film micropatterns on glass substrate,” Microelectronic Engineering, 128, 66 (2014)
  • X. Li, Y. He and L. Que, "Fluorescence detection and imaging of biomolecules using the micropatterned nanostructured aluminum oxide," Langmuir, 29 (7), 2439 (2013)
  • W. Cheng, Y. He, A. Chang and L. Que, "A microfluidic chip for controlled release of drugs from microcapsules," Biomicrofluidics 7, 064102 (2013)
  • T. Zhang, Y. He, J. Wei and L. Que, “Nanostructured optical microchips for cancer biomarker detection,” Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 38, 382 (2012)
  • X. Li, Y. He, T. Zhang and L. Que, "Aluminum oxide nanostructure-based substrates for fluorescence enhancement," Optics Express, 20 (19), 21272 (2012)