Jinghua received her B.Sc and M.Sc degrees from the Yunnan University, China. She joined the teaching and research faculty at the Modern Analysis and Testing Centre, Yunnan Universityafter completing her master degree, and focused on atomic force microscopy investigation of nanodiamond fabrication and applications. In 2012, she has completed the project “Fabrication, characterization, and applications of anodic aluminium oxide” and received her Ph.D. degree from the School of Physics, University of Melbourne, Australia. Her newly developed techniques enable her to win the seed funding from the Melbourne Materials Institute in 2011. At the end of 2011, she joined the Plasma Nanoscience Centre Australia (PNCA) group at the Commonwealth Scientific Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) after winning an Office of the Chief Executive (OCE) Postdoctoral fellowship. At CSIRO, Jinghua worked on the one-dimensional nanostructure synthesis and applications using low-temperature plasmas. Her investigations have demonstrated that the nanoporous anodic aluminium oxide membranes are one of the best modern platforms for designing the new-generation nanoplasmonic metamaterials. At the end of 2015, Dr Jinghua Fang has joined the School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Faculty of Science, University of Technology Sydney as a research postdoctoral fellow. In 2016, she won the Discovery Early Career Researcher Award from the Australian Research Council. Her major interests are material science and engineering, mainly focused on plasmonics, template-assisted nanostructure fabrication, characterization and applications.