Boning Wu 吴博宁
I am a professor at Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics in China. I study the dynamics in semiconductors and ionic liquids using ultrafast spectroscopy and simulation methods.
2022.1 - now, Professor
2020.11 - 2022.1, Assistant Professor
Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, China
2018.1 - 2020.9, Postdoc Scholar
Department of Chemistry, Stanford University (Supervisor: Professor Michael D. Fayer)
2012.9 - 2017.12, Ph. D. in Chemistry
Department of Chemistry, Rutgers University (Supervisor: Professor Edward W. Castner, Jr.)
2008.9 - 2012.7, Bachelor of Science
Department of Chemical Physics, University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) (Supervisor: Professor Xiaodong Ye)
2018 Outstanding Doctoral Student Award, Rutgers University.
2017 Reid Award, Rutgers Chemistry.
2016 Van Dyke Award, Rutgers Chemistry.
2013 Chemistry 171 Teaching Excellence Award, Rutgers Chemistry.
2008 - 2012 Excellent student Silver Award for 2 times and Bronze Award for 2 times, USTC.
Ultrafast Spectroscopy (2D-IR, TCSPC), 2D-NMR, Cyclic Voltammetry, High-Energy X-ray Scattering, Synthesis (basic)
Molecular Dynamics Simulations (GROMACS), Electronic Structure Calculations(Gaussian)
Fortran 90, MATLAB, Python, bash (basic), C (basic).