CARS microscopy, protein immobilization, multimodal analysis (SFG spectroscopy with fluorescence imaging)
My current research is focused on laser spectroscopy of biomolecules on the surface. Study and design the biomolecules interaction with 2D materials; Investigate the structural and conformational information of biomolecules immobilized on surfaces.
I am a computational protein-sensor design by coarse-grained MD simulation model development and enhanced sampling methods.
My research mainly focuses on studying the molecular structures of biological molecules and polymer materials at interfaces using advanced spectroscopic techniques such as sum frequency generation vibrational spectroscopy, attenuated total reflection FTIR, and circular dichroism spectroscopy.
Interfacial structure-function correlation of photovoltaic materials, surface property of 2D materials.
I am working on polymer and adhesives relevant to the microelectronics industry. I focus on studying buried polymer/epoxy interfaces and see how various treatments affect the surface and change the macroscopic properties.
Working area: surface hydration and protein adhesion analysis for anti-fouling applications; polymer blend surface structure analysis and optimization.
Ultrafast optics, nonlinear optics, CARS microscopy, laser spectroscopy(focuses on studying antifouling and antimicrobial materials)
I am a first year graduate student at the university of Michigan in the Chemistry Department. My area of interest is physical chemistry, surface chemistry and spectroscopy. I am from Northern California.
My main working is about biomolecules and currently studying simulation.
I received his B.S.E. degree from SWJTU in 2017 researching on polymeric composites material. I am interested in polymer surface and adhesion.
I am good at physical and materials chemistry. I love maths, reading, travelling and arts!
I'm a senior student of USTC who is majoring in Analytic Chemistry