Liu Le
Assistant Professor

Professional Experience & Education

Professional History:

    2013-present, Assistant Professor, Graduate School at Shenzhen, Tsinghua University

    2011-2012, Post doctoral fellow, Graduate School at Shenzhen, Tsinghua University

Education:

    2006-2010, Department of physics, Tsinghua University, Doctor of Science

    2003-2006, Department of physics, Tsinghua University, Master of Science

    1999-2003, Department of physics, Tsinghua University, Bachelor of Science


Instruction & Advising

Current Courses:

    Experimental Design & Data Processing

Master's & Ph.D. Advising

    Online optical detection of chemica reactions


Research Interests

During his Master's and Ph.D. studies, Prof. Liu researched optical detection techniques, including Surface Plasmon Resonance, fluorescence spectroscopy, Raman spectroscopy, Optical Coherent Tomography, as well as the application of these techniques in biology and chemistry. From 2011, he expanded his research into the electrochemical field, focusing on the on-line detection and kinetics study of chemical reactions in vanadium redox flow battery (VFB) and other electrochemical systems.


Additional Positions

Prof. Liu serves as a reviewer for the following SCI journals:

Applied Energy; Journal of Power Sources; Energy Conversion and Management; Electrochimica Acta; Electroanalysis; Journal of Applied Electrochemistry; Journal of Sensors; Plasmonics

  1. Dongzhi Li*, Yunong Zhang, Zhuoyu Li, Le Liu*, A low cost average valence detector for mixed electrolytes in vanadium flow batteries, RSC Advances, 2018, 8(37), 20773–20780.

  2. Ke Wang, Yunong Zhang, Le Liu*, Jingyu Xi, Zenghua Wu, Xinping Qiu, Broad temperature adaptability of vanadium redox flow battery-Part 3: The effects of total vanadium concentration and sulfuric acid concentration, Electrochimica Acta, 2018.1.1, 259: 11-19.

  3. Yunong Zhang, Le Liu*, Jingyu Xi, Zenghua Wu, Xinping Qiu, The benefits and limitations of electrolyte mixing in vanadium flow batteries, Applied Energy, 2017.7.15, 204: 373-381.

  4. Le Liu, Zhaohua Li, Jingyu Xi*, Haipeng Zhou, Wenjing Dai, Zhengyang Zhang, Shuibo Xiao, Zenghua Wu, Xinping Qiu*. Rapid detection of the positive side reactions in vanadium redox flow batteries, Applied Energy, 2017, 185: 452-462.

  5. Ke Wang, Le Liu*, Jingyu Xi, Zenghua Wu, Xinping Qiu, Reduction of capacity decay in vanadium flow batteries by an electrolyte-reflow method, Journal of Power Sources, 2017, 338: 17-25.

  6. Yixi Liu, Le Liu, Yonghong He*, Qinghua He, Hui Ma, Quantum-dots-encoded-microbeads based molecularly imprinted Polymer, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 2016, 77: 886-893.

  7. Wenhong zhang, Le Liu*, Lin Liu, An on-line spectroscopic monitoring system for the electrolytes in vanadium redox flow batteries, RSC Advances, 2015, 5(121): 100235-100243.

  8. Yixi Liu, Le Liu, Yonghong He*, Liang Zhu, Hui Ma, Decoding the quantum dots encoded microbeads using a hyperspectral fluorescence imaging method, Analytical Chemistry, 2015, 87(10): 5286-5293.

  9. Le Liu, Jun Guo, Yonghong He*, Pengfei Zhang, Yilong Zhang, Jihua Guo, Study on the despeckle methods in angular surface plasmon resonance imaging sensors, Plasmonics, 2015, 10(3): 729-737.

  10. Pengfei Zhang, Le Liu, Yonghong He*, Zihao Xu, Yanhong Ji, Hui Ma, One-dimensional angular surface plasmon resonanceimaging based array thermometer, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 2015, 207: 254-261.

  11. Le Liu, Jingyu Xi*, Zenghua Wu, Wenguang Zhang, Haipeng Zhou, Weibin Li, Yonghong He. Online Spectroscopic Study on the Positive and the Negative Electrolytes in Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries, Journal of Spectroscopy, 2013: 453980.

  12. Le Liu, Jingyu Xi*, Zenghua Wu, Wenguang Zhang, Haipeng Zhou, Weibin Li, Xinping Qiu*. State of charge monitoring for vanadium redox flow batteries by the transmission spectra of V(IV)/V(V) electrolytes, Journal of Applied Electrochemistry, 2012, 42: 1025-1031.

  13. Le Liu, Xiangliang Chen, Zhiyi Liu, Suihua Ma, Chan Du, Yonghong He*, Jihua Guo. Polarization interference interrogation of angular surface plasmon resonance sensors with wide metal film thickness tolerance. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 2012, 173: 218-224.

  14. Le Liu, Suihua Ma, Yanhong Ji, Xingyuan Chong, Zhiyi Liu, Yonghong He* and Jihua Guo. A two-dimensional polarization interferometry based parallel scan angular surface plasmon resonance biosensor. Review of scientific instruments, 2011, 82, 023109.

  15. Le Liu, Yonghong He*, Ying Zhang, Suihua Ma, Hui Ma and Jihua Guo. Parallel scan spectral surface plasmon resonance imaging. Applied Optics, 2008, 47(30):5616-5621.