Past Members

Past Members

  • Dr. Xiangbiao Liao, Ph.D. 2019. Ph.D. student from 2015-2019. Thesis title: Engineered Morphologic Material Structures: Physical/Chemical Properties and Applications. Currently postdoc, Columbia University.
  • Prof. Hang Xiao, Ph.D. 2017. Ph.D. student from 2013-2017. Thesis title: Low-dimensional Material: Structure-property Relationship and Applications in Energy and Environmental Engineering. Currently Associate Professor, Northwest University.
  • Dr. Xiaoyang Shi, Ph.D. 2017. Ph.D. student from 2013-2017. Thesis title: Study of a humidity-swing carbon dioxide sorbent. Currently postdoc, Columbia University.
  • Prof. Junfeng Xiao, Ph.D. 2016. Ph.D. student from 2011-2016. Thesis title: The stability at the solid-solid and solid-liquid interface. Currently Assistant Professor, Huazhong University of Science and Technology.
  • Prof. Jun Xu, Ph.D. 2014. Ph.D. student from 2011-2014. Thesis title: Science of impact dynamics and energy dissipation at nanoscale. Currently Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina, Charlotte.  
  • Prof. Baoxing Xu, Ph.D. 2012. Ph.D. student from 2008-2012. Thesis title: Science of nanofluids and energy conversion. Was a Beckman Fellow at UIUC. Currently Assistant Professor, University of Virginia.
  • Prof. Jie Yin, Ph.D. 2010. Ph.D. student from 2007-2010. Thesis title: Mechanical self-assembly: science and applications. Was a postdoc at MIT. Currently Assistant Professor, North Carolina State University.
  • Prof. Ling Liu, Ph.D. 2010. Ph.D. student from 2006-2010 and postdoc 2010-2011. Thesis title: Nanofluids: fundamentals and applications in energy conversion. Currently Associate Professor, Temple University.
  • Dr. Jianbing Zhao, Ph.D. 2010. Ph.D. student from 2006-2010. Thesis title: Mechanical energy dissipation system using nanoporous materials. Currently senior analyst at Citi Bank, New York.
  • Dr. Yuye Tang, Ph.D. 2008. Ph.D. student from 2005-2008. Thesis title: Mechanics of biomolecules: a hierarchical approach. Currently staff scientist at Schlumberger, Houston.
  • Dr. Manhong Zhao, Ph.D. 2007. Ph.D. student from 2004-2007. Thesis title: Nanoindentation: science and applications. Currently senior research scientist at Brookhaven National Lab, New York.
  • Prof. Guoxin Cao, postdoctoral research associate, 2005-2008. Currently Professor, Tongji University.
Columbia Affiliations