Mingyan Wu's Ph D dissertation focused on Spectroscopic Investigations of Nanoscale Aggregates and Their Electron Transfer Properties in Solution. Her current research involves Design, synthesis and characterization of novel conductive functional polymer binders, and processed them into silicon based electrodes for high performance, rechargeable lithium-ion batteries; Understanding how polymer binder polarity effects the electrochemical performance of silicon electrodes for lithium ion batteries.
- Andrew Mellon Predoctoral Fellowship awarded by the Dean of Art and Science, University of Pittsburgh (awarded for the excellence in research), 2008-2009
- 2013 R &D 100 with Gao Liu
- Wu, M.; Song, X.; Battaglia, V.; Liu, G.; Rational Design New Conductive Polymer Binder for High Capacity Lithium Battery Electrodes, MRS Spring 2013, San Francisco, CA, United states, April 1-5, 2013.
- Wu, M.; Song, X.; Lu, P.; Harris, S.; Battaglia, V.; Liu, G.; The Effects of the Slurry Mixing Procedure on Silicon Based Composite Electrodes for Li-Ion Batteries, The Electrochemical Society, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2012
- Wu, M.; Wang, L.; Mukherjee, P.; Waldeck, D. H. Charge Transfer and Fluorescence Quenching of Nanocrystal Assemblies, Gordon research conference, Rhode Island, 2010
- Wang, L.; Wu, M.; Mukherjee, P.; Waldeck, D. H. Nanocrystal-based dyads for solar to electrical energy conversion, American Physical Society, Pittsburgh, 2009
- Wu, M.; Wang, L.; Mukherjee, P.; Waldeck, D. H. Nanocrystal-based dyads for solar to electrical energy conversion, Department of Engergy (DOE) of United States workshop, 2009
- Wu, M.; Kaur, P.; Yue, H.; Clemmens, A.; Waldeck, D. H.; Xue, C.; Liu, H. Charge density effects on the aggregation properties of poly (p-phenylene-ethynylene) based anionic polyelectrolytes, PITTCON, Neworleans, 2007
2011, PhD Chemistry, University of Pittsburgh
2003, MS Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Shandong University, PRC
2000, BS Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Shandong University, PRC