Mechanical Engineering, University of Delaware
Dr. Bingqing (B. Q) Wei is currently a Full Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Delaware. He was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering and Center for Computation & Technology at Louisiana State University from 2003 to 2007. He had worked as a research scientist at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Department of Materials Science and Engineering and Rensselaer Nanotechnology Center from 2000 to 2003. Dr. Wei was a visiting scientist for Max-Planck Institut für Metallforschung, Stuttgart, Germany in 1998 and 1999. From 1992 to 2001, he was a faculty member at Tsinghua University in Beijing, where he received his Bachelor’s degree (1987), M.S (1989), and Ph.D. (1992) in Mechanical Engineering.
Dr. Wei is a member of The Materials Research Society (MRS), The Electrochemical Society (ECS), The American Chemical Society (ACS), and The American Society of Mechanical Engineering (ASME). His research interest lies in nanomaterials and nanotechnology. His recent research focuses on controllable synthesis of macroscale nanotube architectures with 1-, 2-, and 3-dimensions; physical, chemical, electrochemical and mechanical property characterizations of nanotubes; and nanotube device applications. He has published more than180 papers in refereed international journals, including Nature and Science, and delivered 90 plus invited talks and seminars in academia and industry worldwide and more than 95 scientific conference presentations. His research work has been cited more than 6600 times with h-index of 44 and has also been highlighted many times in scientific journals, web journals and public media.
Haibo Ouyang is a professor at Shaanxi University of Science & Technology (SUST, China). He is currently the Director of the Nanomaterials & Technology in SUST. His research focuses on the synthesis of carbon Nanomaterials and carbon-based composites and their application in electrical energy storage and conversion.
Ling Chen is a Ph.D. candidate at Nanjing Forestry University. Her research interests include the functional synthesis of carbon nanomaterials for energy-related applications.
Zhigang Li is a professor at Taizhou University of the department of physics & electronic engineering (China).He is currently the director of the Institute of functional materials. His research interests include Fabrication and Physics properties (such as magnetic, optical, ferromagnet-superconductor and so on.) of ordered nanostructure array.
Charan is pursuing masters in scientific instrumentation at Ernst-Abbe Hochschule, Germany. His research interests include the synthesis of metal and carbon nanomaterials for energy conversion storage applications.
Postdoctoral Research Associates
Dr. Vekatachalam Subramanian Dr. Hongwei Zhu Dr. Charan Masarapu Dr. Changsheng Shan Dr. Shihao Hu
Dr. Jeong Tae Ok Dr. Cheng Luo Dr. Bin Chen Dr. Josh Thibodaux Dr. Charan Masarapu Dr. Qing Zhang Dr. Zeyuan Cao Dr. Taoli Gu Dr. Yupeng Li Dr. Qiang Zhang
Abhilash Krishna Haifeng Zeng Jiepeng Rong Xin Li
Daniel Truque Bill Burke John Harvey Vij Dhayan Logan Williams Jim Yeatman Jason Zhou Jessey Whitley Eric William McGinnis Peng Zhang Joseph Snodgrass Martha I. Serna Eric Brixen Nick Bessman Brennan Blumenthal Stephen Mulligan Kathryn Scrafford
Kai Hshun Huang, Ph.D Wenyan Yin,Ph.D Prof.Shinn-Shyong Tzeng Prof.Jinhai Liu Jinwen Qin, Ph.D Prof.Jianxiong Liu Kun Liang, Ph.D Prof.Mingfu Chu Prof.Aili Yang Prof.Jianling Li Prof. Jinhua Lu Prof. Xin Yan Prof. Meigen Deng