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Meet the Team

We are strongly committed to collectively creating an inclusive, welcoming, supportive, and collaborative group culture. We believe a diversity of race, ethnicity, nationality, gender, sexual identity and orientation, ability, etc. helps us to effectively solve new and complex problems.

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Yayuan Liu

(she/her)
Assistant Professor  

Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Johns Hopkins University

 

Postdoctoral Training: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2019-2021

Ph.D. Stanford University, 2019

B.S. Nanyang Technological University, 2014

 

yayuanliu@jhu.edu

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James Clarke

M.S. Student
B.S. Johns Hopkins University, 2021

jclar144@jhu.edu

Lingyu Zhang

M.S. Student
B.S. Beijing University of Chemical Technology, 2020

lzhan181@jhu.edu

Yu Xu

M.S. Student
B.S. Cooper Union, 2021

yxu167@jhu.edu

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Join Us!

The Liu Group is always seeking creative, dedicated, and enthusiastic scientists and engineers! Prospective researchers should have a strong interest in electrochemistry, materials synthesis & processing, chemical separations, and/or advanced materials characterizations. 

For most inquiries, Yayuan can be reached at yayuanliu {at} jhu {dot} edu.

Prospective graduate students should apply directly to the Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering at JHU. You can email Yayuan with a CV and a brief summary of your research experience and interests when applying. 

Admitted graduate students from relevant JHU graduate programs are welcome to join our group! Contact Yayuan by e-mail to arrange a meeting. 

 

Postdoctoral candidates should contact Yayuan by e-mail with a CV, a 1-page summary of research experience and interests, and contact information of at least 2 references. 

Undergraduate Students should contact Yayuan by e-mail with a resume (1 page) and a brief statement of interest (<500 words). Need help with a resume? Explore resources at MIT Communication Lab.