Jianbo Liu Professor Instrumental Analysis,
Biophysics & Nanotechnology
Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
Queens College of the
City University of New York
65-30 Kissena Blvd.
Queens, NY 11367
Education B.S. and B.E., Tsinghua University, 1992
Ph.D., Tsinghua University, 1997
Postdoc., Chinese Academy of Sciences, and
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Res. Associate, University of Utah
Research Interests Our research focuses on using
various instrumental analysis approaches (e.g., mass spectrometry,
spectroscopy, and ion-molecule reactions) to probe biologically relevant processes in a spectrum of systems ranging from isolated biomolecules, through micelles and aerosols
containing biomolecules, to biomolecule solution.
We are also interested in discovering and developing new analytical approaches. In addition, we have
interests in computational chemistry (e.g.
quasi-classical direct dynamics trajectory simulations) and nano-materials.
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(718) 997-3270 (Lab, NSB D319 & D333)
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National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award, 2010
CUNY "Salute to Scholars" Certificate of Recognition, 2008, 2010,
President's Grant for Innovative Teaching, presented at Faculty and Staff
NSF Award, 2015-2018 NSF CAREER Award, 2010-2015 Research Grant from ERC/Air Force Research Lab, 2012-2013 ACS Petroleum Research Fund
Type G Grant, 2008-2011 CUNY GRTI, 2014-2015 QC Research Enhancement Grant, 2007-2015 PSC-CUNY Research Awards, 2007-2015
QC UR/ME Grant, 2010-2014 QC President's Innovative Teaching Grant CUNY Collaborative Research Grant