I obtained a bachelor of Science degree in Polymer Science and Engineering from Wuhan University of Technology in China. I then continued studying and researching in the field of polymers, in particular in conductive polymers, whereby I received a Master’s degree at the University of Manchester in UK. Afterwards, I started researching in Electrical Energy Storage (EES) devices – including supercapacitor and Li-ion battery – and earned my Doctoral degree at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Norway.
I believe EES is going to play a more significant role in our daily life – actually, it is already doing that – and I see that further advance in material science is one of the most important prerequisites to achieve this goal. Prior to joining CealTech, I had several years of work experience in R&D and product development from various industries.
What I like about my job at CealTech? to have the opportunity and challenge of working on cutting-edge technology, and to be researching in unknown and uncharted areas! But most importantly, I also enjoy having the support from a multicultural group of dedicated individuals with various talents.
What I like to do in my free time? I mostly like listening to music.