2012 B.S in Chemistry, Peking University, China
2012-present, graduate student in chemistry, Northwestern University, US
Wang, Y. et al. Fast naked-eye detection of amines with viologen derivatives. Supramol. Chem, 2013, 25, 344-348
I grew up in Tianjin which combines the characters of modern city and leisure countryside. At the age of 18, I attended Peking University, Beijing, where I received systematically chemistry education and focused on supramolecular chemistry studies under the supervision of Prof. Yuguo Ma.
At 2012, I joined Stoddart group in Northwestern University and my research is focused on radical chemistry based on BIPY2+ moiety, which can be utilized to develop a large variety of molecular machines and other functional molecules. Since radical chemistry is still a new area in supramolecular chemistry, lots of interesting properties need to be explored and discovered. So don't hesitate to collaborate with me to get tasty fruits!