Ping Lab | Nano/Bio Interfaces & Applications

Jinglei Ping (CV|Email) is the principal investigator of the lab. His research interest falls in development of novel atomic-layer nanomaterials, or two-dimensional (2D) materials, building scientific understanding of their transduction properties at nano-bio interfaces, and translation of 2D device structures into biosensing applications in healthcare, point-of-care diagnostics, and environmental monitoring.

Jinglei was born and brought up in Hangzhou before he went to Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou for B.S. in Material Physics, and University of Maryland, College Park for Ph.D. in Chemical Physics. Jinglei likes swimming, playing the game of Go, and rock-climbing.

Xiao Fan (Email) is a PhD student of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering. In his free time, Xiao enjoys playing basketball, reading, and trying new restaurants.

Xiaoyu Zhang (Email) is a PhD student of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering. Sleeping, studying and traving are Xiaoyu's favorite avtivities.

Huilu Bao (Email) is a PhD student of MIE. Reading, playing table tennis, cooking are his favorites.

Charlotte LaGasse (Email): I am a sophomore biomedical engineering student. I like to spend my free time meeting new people, taking walks around campus with my friends, and eating far too much food in the dining commons. I am excited to perform research and explore my interests!

Henry Chow (Email): I am a first-year undergraduate student studying biomedical engineering. I enjoy swimming, hiking, and playing table tennis in my free time. I am excited to broaden my scientific knowledge and to meet new people.

Anisha Prathi (Email): I am a freshman studying computer science. In my free time I like to hang out with my friends, read, and explore campus. I am excited to learn and perform research!