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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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Xing Li

Postdoc

Ph.D. National University of Singapore

 

Hongang Du

M.S. Student
B.S. University of Wisconsin, 2020

hdu13@jhu.edu

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Anmol Mathur

Ph.D.  Student
B.S. Georgia Tech, 2020

amathu18@jhu.edu

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Lingyu Zhang

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

lzhan181@jhu.edu

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Yu Xu

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

yxu167@jhu.edu

Andong Liu

Ph.D.  Student
B.S. USTC, 2022

aliu77@jh.edu

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Soumit Roy

M.S. Student
B.S. Johns Hopkins, 2022

sroy28@jhu.edu

Adam Watson

M.S. Student
B.S. Yale, 2019

awatso41@jhu.edu

Undergraduate researchers
 

Alexandra Mo (class of 2023)                        
Tae Jeong (TJ) Kim (class of 2023)   

Tiara Safaei (class of 2024)   

Krish Jayarapu (class of 2026)   

John Liu (class of 2024)

Nathaniel Sheps (class of 2026) 

 

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Join Us!

The Liu Group is actively 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. (openings available immediately)

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.

Alumni
                     
Cherease Lamm  (Undergraduate Researcher, 2022)
Jerry Zhang (M.S. Student, 2022)
James Clarke (M.S. Student, 2022), current position: KeyLogic, Life Cycle Analyst