Contact:

901 Atlantic Drive

Atlanta, GA 30332-0400

Office: MolSE 3100N (3rd Floor)

Phone: (404) 385-2182

Fax: (404) 385-3734

PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR

Dr. Dong Qin is an associate professor of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) at Georgia Tech. Her academic records include a BS in Chemistry from Fudan University, China, a PhD in Physical Chemistry with Professor Hai-Lung Dai from the University of Pennsylvania, a postdoctoral stint in Materials Chemistry with Professor George M. Whitesides at Harvard University, and an MBA from the University of Washington. Dr. Qin is the recipients of Georgia Tech CETL/BP Junior Faculty Teaching Excellence Award 2015, 3M Non-Tenured Faculty Award 2015-2018, GT-Geoffrey G. Eichholz Faculty Teaching Award 2018-2019, the GT Provost Teaching and Learning Fellow 2018-2020, and GT Class of 1940 W. Roane Beard Outstanding Teacher Award 2020, respectively.

PHD STUDENT

Shi (Shirley) Shi was the fourth year PhD student of MSE at Georgia Tech. Her academic records include a BS in Materials Physics from Nanjing University and a Master of Engineering from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China. Shirley worked on the investigation of the interface between isocyanide probe and Ag nancrystals and its impact on the enhanced properties of Ag nanocrystals. She successfully defended her PhD thesis in June 2021 and is currently seeking next challenge.
Chengyuan (Jack) Shao is the first year PhD student of Chemistry, major in Physical Chemistry, at Georgia Tech. His academic record includes a BS in Chemistry from Zhejiang University, China.
Qijia Huang is the first year PhD student of Chemistry, major in physical chemistry, at Georgia Tech. His academic records include a BS in Chemistry from Nankai University, China and a master in Chemistry from Stevens Institute of Technology.
MASTER STUDENT

Hansong Yu is the second year master student of MSE at Georgia Tech. His academic record includes a BS in Materials Science and Engineering from Northeastern University, China. He is currently working on the trimetallic nanoframes.

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT