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Engineering Project

Stanford, California, United States
February 19, 2018

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M.S. Materials Science and Engineering 09/2015 –06/2017 Stanford University, Stanford, CA

GPA: 3.54

B.S. Powder Material Science and Engineering 09/2011 – 06/2015 Central South University, Changsha, China

GPA: 3.55


Researcher: Stanford University (Professor Hongjie Dai’s group) Rechargeable zinc-air battery based on high-performance electrocatalysts 06/2016 – 06/2017

§ Synthesize nanoscale zinc air battery catalysts that outperform commercial precious metal catalysts

§ Evaluated the activity of the catalyst using linear sweep voltammetry and rotating disk voltammetry

§ Suppressed zinc dendrite growth thorough electrolyte additives and using Zn/Cu foam as battery anode.

§ Designed and fabricated zinc-air battery coin cells and pouch cells for charge-discharge test.

§ Used micro CT and nanoscale X-ray imaging to study zinc deposition on Cu foam. Researcher:Stanford University (Professor Zhenan Bao’s group) 01/2016 – 06/2016 Synthesis and characterization of ultra-high surface area conductive carbon for use in supercapacitors

§ Synthesized N-doped 3-D hierarchically porous graphitic (HPG) carbon with an ultrahigh surface area.

§ Measured the porosity and surface area of HPG carbon using N2 adsorption/desorption techniques.

§ Evaluated the electrochemical performance of HPG carbon-based supercapacitors using cyclic voltammetry. Course project: Stanford University 01/2017 – 03/2017 Energy materials Laboratory

§ Fabricated dynamic windows for solar energy control using reversible metal electrodeposition

§ Improved the columbic efficiency of dynamic windows by using Pt nanoparticles to modify the working electrodes

§ Used SEM and chronoamperometry with in-situ UV-vis to characterized its morphology and optical property Course project: Stanford University

Electronic and Photonic Materials Laboratory 09/2016 – 12/2016

§ Fabricated organic thin film transistors, organic light emitting diodes, and organic bulk heterojunction solar cells.

§ Characterized electrical properties of the devices using discharge test, UV-vis and photoluminescence spectroscopy.

§ Used annealing and surface treatment to improve carrier mobility and reduce bandgap of the devices. RELEVANT SKILLS


SolidWorks, MATLAB, C++, Computer-aided design, Embedded systems programming, Python Chemical/Surface Characterization Techniques:

Raman spectroscopy, BET surface area measurement, X-ray diffraction, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, Scanning electron microscopy, X-ray Computed Tomography, Ultraviolet–visible spectroscopy

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