Ning graduated from the State Key Laboratory of Supramolecular Structure and Materials in Jilin University (China) where she obtained a PhD in physical chemistry (2017) studying matrix assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectroscopy for chemical and biological analysis.
Ning joined Primalight in March 2018. Ning’s research focuses on advanced photonics and plasmonic materials built from self-assembly for main applications in biology, energy and structural coloration.
location: building 1, level 4, 4200-WS34
Ning’s research projects
Space confined electroless deposition of silver nanoparticles for highly-uniform SERS detection Journal Article
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 255 , pp. 1401–1406, 2018.
Superhydrophobic candle soot/PDMS substrate for one-step enrichment and desalting of peptides in MALDI MS analysis Journal Article
Talanta, 190 , pp. 23–29, 2018.
Fabrication of plasmonic cavity arrays for SERS Analysis Journal Article
Nanotechnology, 28 (18), pp. 185301, 2017.
Precise regulation of tilt angle of Si nanostructures via metal-assisted chemical etching Journal Article
Nanoscale, 9 (1), pp. 449–453, 2017.
A silver nanoislands on silica spheres platform: enriching trace amounts of analytes for ultrasensitive and reproducible SERS detection Journal Article
Nanoscale, 9 (43), pp. 16749–16754, 2017.
Fabrication of a resist pattern based on plasma--polystyrene interactions Journal Article
RSC Advances, 6 (18), pp. 14948–14951, 2016.
Fabrication of ordered Si nanopillar arrays for ultralow reflectivity Journal Article
Rsc Advances, 6 (19), pp. 15803–15807, 2016.