Bridging pressure and temperature gaps with operando FTIR-MS
(4pm 8/25, CLB366)
Yong Yang (firstname.lastname@example.org ) is an assistant professor in the School of Physical Science and Technology at ShanghaiTech University.
Education: 2002, Ph. D., surface physics, Georgia State University (with Dr. Brian Thomas), 1997, Bachelor, physics, Fudan University. Working experience: 2006-now, PNNL, Researcher/ University of Washington, Scientist – Operando MS-FTIR apparatus for steady state isotopic transient kinetic analysis (SSITKA). – Novel Pt catalyst with high temperature stability (Toyota program). 2002-2006, UC Santa Barbara, postdoc (Drs. Eric McFarland, Shuji Nakamura) – Gold catalyst on TiO2 (Durint project) – AlN HVPE high quality single crystal growth (Erato project)