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KAIYU FU, ESP Teacher




Major: Chemistry

College/Employer: Not available.

Year of Graduation: 2018

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

I am currently a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Tom Soh's group in the Electrical Engineering Department at Stanford University using electrochemistry to study biomolecules in vitro and in vivo systems.
I hold a B.E and M.S. degree in material science from China and a PhD in analytical chemistry from University of Notre Dame (2018).



Past Classes

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S765: Introduction to Chemical Analysis in Rainstorm Summer 2021 (Aug. 14 - 15, 2021)
We all know that weighing scales in the supermarket is to measure the weight of items we purchase. Have you ever thought about measuring chemical properties, like mass, reactivity, percent composition, etc.? Come learn the fundamental aspects of the chemical analysis we will experience in our daily life. In this class, I will discuss the essential elements to perform both qualitative and quantitative analysis. I will also talk about some classic techniques, which have been widely used in the laboratory for chemical measurements, such as optical spectroscopy, electrochemistry, chromatography, and mass spectrometry. Don’t worry about these terms if you have never heard of them. I will highlight the key points of these techniques associated with the accessible analytical instruments to most of us. Finally, I will introduce some excellent chemical analysis applications that have been utilized nowadays to track our health status, analyze the element of ancient artworks, and design a powerful battery.


S673: Introduction to Chemical Analysis in Rainstorm Spring 2021 (May. 15 - 16, 2021)
We all know that weighing scales in the supermarket is to measure the weight of items we purchase. Have you ever thought about measuring chemical properties, like mass, reactivity, percent composition, etc.? Come learn the fundamental aspects of the chemical analysis we will experience in our daily life. In this class, I will discuss the essential elements to perform both qualitative and quantitative analysis. I will also talk about some classic techniques, which have been widely used in the laboratory for chemical measurements, such as optical spectroscopy, electrochemistry, chromatography, and mass spectrometry. Don’t worry about these terms if you have never heard of them. I will highlight the key points of these techniques associated with the accessible analytical instruments to most of us. Finally, I will introduce some excellent chemical analysis applications that have been utilized nowadays to track our health status, analyze the element of ancient artworks, and design a powerful battery.