Faculty Profile for Dr. Qingkai Yu

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Dr. Qingkai Yu
Associate Professor — Ingram School of Engineering
RFM 5202
phone: (512) 245-1826

Selected Scholarly/Creative Work

  • Wang, S., Wang, G., Zhang, X., Tang, Y., Wu, J., Xiang, X., … Yu, Q. (2017). Novel flower-like graphene foam directly grown on a nickel template by chemical vapor deposition. Carbon, 120(103).
  • Li, S., Liu, X., Fan, X., Ni, Y., Miracle, J., Theodoropoulou, N., … Yu, Q. (2017). New Strategy for Black Phosphorus Crystal Growth through Ternary Clathrate. CRYSTAL GROWTH & DESIGN, 17(12), 6579–6585. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.cgd.7b01239
  • Yongliang Tang, Peng Peng, Wang, S., Liu, Z., Zu, X., & Yu, Q. (2017). Continuous Production of Graphite Nanosheets by Bubbling Chemical Vapor Deposition Using Molten Copper. CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS, 29, 8404.
  • Wang, Z., Liu, Z., Monne, M. A., Wang, S., Yu, Q., & Chen, M. Y. (2016). Interfacial separation and electrochemical delamination of CVD grown multilayer graphene for recyclable use of Cu powder. RSC Advances, 6(24865).
  • Xiang, L., Wang, Z., Liu, Z., Weigum, S. E., Yu, Q., & Chen, M. Y. (2016). Inkjet Printed Flexible Biosensor. Graphene Field Effect Transistor IEEE Sensors Journal, 6(8359).

Selected Awards

  • Award / Honor Recipient: Presidential Distinction Awards, College of Science and Engineering, Texas State University. 2016

Selected Grants

  • Yu, Qingkai (Principal). Tokyo Electro Ltd., $78000. (Funded: 2015). Grant.
  • Yu, Qingkai. X-ray diffraction system for advanced materials analysis in research and education. (Funded: 1925). Grant.
  • Yu, Qingkai. MRI: Acquisition of an Aerosol Jet 3D Printing System for Flexible Electronic Circuits, Additive Manufacturing and Material Development, $264128. (Funded: September 1, 2016 - August 31, 2019). Grant.
  • Yu, Qingkai (Principal). Producing high quality graphene foils for space plasma instruments, $24854.03. (Funded: September 1, 2016 - August 31, 2017). Grant.
  • Yu, Qingkai (Other). Aerosol Jet Printing System for Additive Manufacturing and Material Development, $393003. (Funded: August 26, 2016 - August 28, 2017). Grant.

Selected Service Activities

MSEC Steering Committee representative
Reviewer / Referee
Analysis RSC Steering Committee
Ingram School Scholarship Committee