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CV of Dr. Yi-Lun Ying

                                  

Key Laboratory of Advanced Materials   & Department of Chemistry

East China University of Science and Technology

Tel/Fax: +086 21 642 50032

E-mailyilunying@ecust.edu.cn

Research ID: H-5874-2017

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Yi_Lun_Ying

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=_AuWU8EAAAAJ&hl=en






RESEARCH INTERESTS

·Nanopore-Based Single Molecule Analysis

·Time-Resolved Electrochemical Sensors

·Ultralow Current Measurements & Instrumentations

·in-situ Spectro-Electrochemistry


WORKING EXPERIENCE

2016.6-present

  

2017.8-present

2018.6-present

2014.7-2016.6

Associate Professor

Key Laboratory of Advanced Materials & Department of Chemistry, East China University of Science and Technology, Shanghai,   China


Review Editor in Electrochemistry Specialty Section for Frontiers in Chemistry

Editor Board Member for Scientific Reports (Nature Publishing Group)

Postdoctoral Fellow

Key Laboratory of Advanced Materials & Department of Chemistry, East China University of Science and Technology, Shanghai, China

EDUCATION

2009.9-2014.6

Ph.D.

Anal. Chem., East China University of Science and Technology,

Shanghai, China

Supervision: Prof. Yi-Tao Long

2014.2-2014.6

Exchange Ph.D. Student

Nanotechnology, University of Birmingham, UK

Supervision: Prof. Jon A.   Preece

2005.9-2009.6

B.Sc.

Fine Chemistry, East China University of Science and Technology, Shanghai, China


FUNDING SUPPORTS

2016-2018

2016-2017

2015-2016

2016-2018

2017-2018

2017-2019

Young Scientists Fund of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC)

(NSFC 21505043   ¥ 248,000)

China  Postdoctoral Science Foundation

(CPSF 2016T90340   ¥ 150,000)

China  Postdoctoral Science Foundation

(CPSF 2015M570336   ¥ 80,000)

NSFC-RSC Joint Project

(NSFC 21711530216   ¥ 100,000)

Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities

(222201714012   ¥ 120,000)

The National Key Research and Development Program of China

(SQ2017YFSF090017   ¥ 2,850,000)


HONORS & AWARDS

2016

L'Oreal-UNESCO International Rising Talents 

2015

L'Oreal-China Association for Science and Technology Rising Talents, China

2014

Outstanding Ph.D. Graduate of Shanghai

2013

Outstanding Ph.D. Student of ECUST

2013

Shanghai Huayi (Group) Company Scholarship

2012

National Scholarship for Ph.D. Student


Selected LAST 2 YEAR’S Publications:

(*Corresponding author, >60 journal papers, 7 patents; 5 year H-index: 17; citations:1040)

1.Ying, Y.-L., Li, Z.-Y., Hu, Z.-L., Zhang J.-J.*, Meng, F.-N., Cao C., Long, Y.-T.*, Tian H. (2018). A time-resolved single molecular train based on the aerolysin nanopore. CHEM, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chempr.2018.05.004

2.Ying, Y.L., Hu, Y.X., Gao, R., Yu, R.J., Gu, Z., Lee, L.P., Long, Y.T.* (2018). Asymmetric Nanopore Electrode-Based Amplification for Electron Transfer Imaging in Live Cells. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 140(16), 5385-5392.

3.Gao, R., Ying, Y.L.*, Li, Y.J., Hu, Y.X., Yu, R.J., Lin, Y., Long, Y.T.* (2018). A 30 nm nanopore electrode: facile fabrication and direct insights into the intrinsic feature of single nanoparticle collisions. Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 57(4), 1011-1015.

4.Wang, Y.-Q., Li, M.-Y., Qiu, H., Cao C., Wang, M.-B., Wu, X.-Y., Huang, J., Ying, Y.L.*, Long, Y.T.* (2018). Identification of Essential Sensitive Regions of the Aerolysin Nanopore for Single Oligonucleotide Analysis. Analytical Chemistry, DOI: 10.1021/acs.analchem.8b01473.

5. Hu, Z.L., Li, Z.Y., Ying, Y.L.*, Zhang, J., Cao, C., Long, Y.T. and Tian, H., (2018). Real-Time and Accurate Identification of Single Oligonucleotide Photoisomers via an Aerolysin Nanopore. Analytical Chemistry, 90(7), 4268-4272.

6.Liu, S. C., Li, M. X., Li, M., Wang, Y., Ying, Y. L.*, Wan, Y. J.*, Long, Y. T. (2018). Measuring a Frequency Spectrum for the Single-Molecule Interactions with A Confined Nanopore. Faraday Discussions, DOI: 10.1039/C8FD00023A.

7.Ying, Y. L., Ding, Z., Zhan, D., & Long, Y. T. (2017). Advanced electroanalytical chemistry at nanoelectrodes. Chemical science8(5), 3338-3348.

8.Zhang, J.H.*, Liu, X.L., Hu, Z.L., Ying, Y.L.*, Long, Y.T., (2017). Intelligent identification of multi-level nanopore signatures for accurate detection of cancer biomarkers. Chemical Communications, 53(73), 10176-10179.