Jun Li, Ph.D.
Department of Chemistry
Kansas State University
213 CBC Building
Manhattan, KS 66506-0401
Office: CBC 427
Phone: (785) 532-0955
Fax: (785) 532-6666
Senior Editor, IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology (http://tnano.org/jun-li/)
B. A., Chemistry, Wuhan University, P. R. China (1987)
Ph. D., Physical Chemistry, Princeton University (1995), Advisor: Giacinto Scoles and Keng S. Liang (Exxon)
Postdoctoral Research, Electrochemistry, Cornell University (1994-1997), Advisor: Hector D. Abrunã
Professional Achievements & Activities:
About 180 scientific publications: 1 edited book, 132 peer-reviewed journal articles, 25 proceeding papers, and 22 book chapters, and 14 issued patents
Filed 29 patents / provisional patents (10 issued) w/ multiple patents licensed for commercialization.
Research highlighted in more than 40 public news reports including Science, Nature, MIT Technology Review, etc.
Work art appeared on the cover of 11 journals, book, and one National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI) report.
Served in over 50 review panels for US federal funding agencies, including 38 NIH panels, 10 NSF panels, and 2 NASA panels
Served as reviewer for 18 funding agencies (including > 10 foreign agents)
Elected as 2019 class of Fellow of National Academy of Inventors (NAI)
Serving/served in the editorial board of 15 journals.
Serving as an associate editor (2007-2014) and senior editor (since 2015) for IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology (TNANO).
|Professor, Department of Chemistry, Kansas State University|
|08/2007-06/2012||Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Kansas State University|
Senior Research Scientist and Group Lead, NASA Ames Research Center, CA nanotechnology research in developing biosensors and novel electronics
Research Fellow & Principal Investigator, Institute of Materials Research & Engineering, Singapore Nanotechnology research on (1) carbon nanotube growth and device/sensor fabrication, (2) scanning probe microscope development, (3) nanotechnology commercialization.
Applications Scientist, Molecular Imaging Co., Phoenix, AZ Development and applications of scanning probe microscope in studying biological systems, in-situ electrochemical interfaces, and polymer surfaces.
CHM 371: Quantitative Chemical Analysis
CHM 939: Special Topics in Analytical Chemistry: Micro-/Nano- Technologies for Analytical Chemistry
CHM 939: Special Topics in Analytical Chemistry: Chemical/Biochemical sensors
CHM 566: Instrumental Analysis
CHM 901: Analytical Chemistry Seminar