NAJING LI

NAJING LI
4421 Chestnut Ridge Rd., Apt. 1, Amherst, NY, 14228
najingli@buffalo.edu | (716) 254-7053 | www.linkedin.com/in/najingli
EDUCATION
• University at Buffalo, State University of New York Buffalo, NY Aug. 2013–June 2016
Master of Science, Chemical & Biological Engineering
• University of Electronic Science & Technology of China Zhongshan, China Sept. 2009-June 2013
Bachelor of Science, Chemistry
RELEVANT COURSEWORK
Physical Chemistry Chemical Kinetics Thermodynamics Unit Operation
Analytical Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry Organic Chemistry Polymer Science
EXPERIENCE
Research Assistant, Swihart Research Group, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, Aug.2013- June 2016
• Synthesized metallic and semiconductor for solar and membrane separation applications using a flame-based
aerosol reactor
• Optimized reactor performance with CFD simulations and adiabatic flame temperature calculations
• Performed characterization procedures (SEM, TEM, XRD, and elemental mapping) on a variety of nanoparticle
powders
Bank Teller Intern, Citi Bank, Shenzhen, CHINA, Aug. 2012
• Assisted approximately 100 customers per day with their day-to-day banking needs and inquiries about new
banking products
• Processed customer deposit, cash, loan and check transactions

SKILLS
Programming Languages and Software: MATLAB, Origin, Microsoft Office suite, moderate experience in Simulink,
ChemCAD, AutoCAD.
Experiment: SEM, XRD, TEM
Languages: Fluent in English, Chinese (Mandarin), and Cantonese

PUBLICATIONS
Wang Y.H., Shen J.H., Li Najing, He Q. “Photoluminescence of silver nanoparticles.” Chinese Journal of Optics 32.11
(2012): p. 2935-8.
Wang Yue-Hui, Shen Jian-Hong, Li Najing, and Jin Fan. “Effects of Electrolytes on Microstructure and Absorption
Property of Silver Nanoparticles.” Chinese Journal of Inorganic Chemistry 27.8 (2011): 1574-1580.

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE
Tech Savvy BY AUUW March 2016
• Assisted with multiple fun, hands-on workshops for approximately 500 middle school girls (grades 6-12) visiting
the University at Buffalo’s campus
• Served as a role model in sparking middle school students’ interest in science
Science is Elementary (SIE) Jan. 2016
• Hosted and assisted approximately 60 kindergarten students from Westminster Community Charter School with
various science experiments during their field trip to the University at Buffalo

  • Updated 7 years ago

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