My Profile

Education Background

  • 2015/09 - 2019/07: Inner Mongolia University of Science & Technology,School of Materials and Metallurgy, Major in Metallurgical Engineering (Rare Earth)
  • 2019/10 - present: Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology,School of Materials Science,Major in Material Science & Spectroscopy

Research experience

Honors & Awards

  • 2016 – 2017: Intelligent Control System Based on Semiconductor Thermoelectric Materials , IMUST Scientific & Technological Innovation Program
  • 2017 – 2018: Intelligent Control System Based on Semiconductor Thermoelectric Materials, Inner Mongolia No.10 Challenge Cup, third prize
  • 2017 – present: Applied 2 patents:ZL2017103039539、2017103039558

Research

  • 2016 – 2018: Semiconductor thermoelectric material, Intelligent control system
  • 2018 – 2019/07: Rare-earth luminescent materials, Fluorescence, Nano-Materials, Molecular docking

Society activities

  • 2016: Summer School at Peking University, ACM/ICPC training camp

  • 2018: The 7th National Meeting on the Luminescence Properties of Doped Nanomaterials

  • 2019: Summer School at University of Chinese Academy of Sciences,Raman spectra

Skill

  • Language : Chinese, English, Basic Japanese
  • Computer Science : Network Operation and Maintenanc,Machine Learning,Molecular Docking,Density Functional Theory,Molecular Dynamics
  • Material Science: Material Characterization,Spectroscopy,Nanoparticle Synthesis,Rare Earth Metallurgy
  • Others : Field Survival

Current Research

During 2018 to 2019/07 I did research at IMUST. My research was on Hydrothermal synthesis of rare earth nanomaterials and the rare earth photo-functional nanoparticles applied in biochemistry as bio-optical marker. And I had completed these studies:

  • 2018/10, The morphology, structure and luminescence properties of YPO4: Eu3+, Sm3+
  • 2018/11, The effects of different pH values on the structure and luminescence properties of YPO4:Eu3+ and YPO4:Sm3+
  • 2018/12, The effects of different PO4-/RE3+ ratios on the structure and luminescence properties of YPO4: Eu3+, Sm3+
  • 2018/12, The effects of different temperatures on the structure and luminescence properties of YPO4: Eu3+, Sm3+
  • 2019/02,The interaction between Dy(III) / Rutin complex and bovine serum albumin ( BSA )
  • 2019/03, Molecular docking between Dy(III) / Rutin complex and BSA
  • 2019/04, XRD refinement of YPO4: Sm3+

Papers which based on these studies are being written and will be published in the near future.

With the application of nanoparticles in medical field, it is of great importance to investigate the interaction of nanoparticles and protein molecules in bioinorganic chemistry. Due to the special electronic configuration and a variety of electronic energy levels of rare earth ions, rare-earth-doped nano-luminescent materials have unique optical, electronic and magnetic characteristics. That caused rare-earth-doped nano-luminescent materials has potential applications in biomarker, medical imaging, drug carrier and other fields. However, unique properties make rare earth ions are not friendly to be characterized. Such as: some rare earth elements are difficult to be characterized by NMR; some rare earth's effects are difficult to explain with mature theories. On the other hand, some limitations exist the rare-earth-doped nano-luminescent materials such as water-solubility, biocompatibility and molecular mechanism, etc. Therefore, characterize the complexes of rare earth and proteins and establish the relationship among surface property-luminescent property-biomolecule are difficult at the molecule level.

Based on my current research work and other publications which reported the similar research works. The addition of rare earth elements has a great influence on the atomic vibration frequency induced by light scattering, which makes some of the original frequencies disappear and contributes to the selective absorption of spectral bands. And this kind of influence has certain regularity, which is consistent with the Lanthanide contraction. This means that the mode of action of rare earth elements can be well studied by spectroscopy, especially vibration spectroscopy.

This April(2019/04), I visited Assoc. Prof. Yuko S. Yamamoto’s lab at JAIST. She is doing research on surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS), there are many SERS equipment in her lab. I got an idea there that SERS will be useful for the analysis of rareearth doped nano-luminescent materials/proteins complexes. SERS can obtain enhanced Raman signals at the molecular level and is widely used in biochemistry. Therefore, I hope I’ll start new research of this theme in Yamamoto lab at JAIST.

In my research plan at JAIST, I’ll start studying rare-earth-doped nano-luminescent materials/proteins complexes by SERS. The purpose of this study is analyzing rare-earth-doped nanoluminescent materials/proteins complexes by SERS then establish the relationship among surface propertyluminescent property-biomolecule. To characterize the structure of this complex, methods of rare earth chemistry which I studied in current university and methods of X-ray diffrection by crystals will be used; analysis of these complexes at the molecular level by using SERS; computer modeling of the possible interaction of this complex based on Density Functional Theory (DFT) and molecular docking. Assoc. Prof. Yamamoto and I will build our own concepts and methods in this project to perfect our research works.