Assistant Professor Chi Yang

Areas of interest

Assistant Professor Chi Yang engages in the researches about metabolism of atmospheric environmental pollutants and analysis. He has published over 15 relative scientific papers.

Education Background

2009 - 2012, PhD degree in Biosensor, Southeast University.

2005 - 2008, Master degree in Material Science and Engineering, Nanjing University of technology.

1999 - 2003, Bachelor degree in Chemistry, Anhui Polytechnic University.

Work experience

2016.12 - present: Assistant Professor, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, China.

2015.12 - 2016.12: Visitor Scholar, National University of Singapore.

2015.10 - present: On-job Postdoctor, Southeast University, China.

2013.02 - 2016.12: Assistant Professor, Nantong University, China.

2008.06 - 2009.03: Technician, Yitai Synthesis Technology Co., Ltd, China.

2003.06 - 2005.09: Engineer, Chemical Institute of Bengbu, China.

Representative publications

Chi Yang, Baoxiang Gu, Dan Zhang, Cunwang Ge, Huimin Tao. Coaxial carbon fiber/ZnO nanorods as electrodes for the electrochemical determination of dopamine. Analytical Methods, 8, 650-655, 2016. 

Chi Yang, Lingwei Hu, Chunxiang Xu et al., rGO quantum dots/ZnO hybrid nanofibers fabricated using electrospun polymer templates and applications in drug screen involved in intracellular H2O2 sensor, Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 3, 2651-2659, 2015.

Chi Yang, ChunXiang Xu, XueMei Wang, Xiao Hu, Quantum-dot-based biosensor for simultaneous detection of biomarker and therapeutic drug: first steps toward an assay for quantitative pharmacology, Analyst, 137(5), 1205-1209, 2012.

Chi Yang, ChunXiang Xu, XueMei Wang, ZnO/Cu nanocomposite: A platform for direct electrochemistry of enzymes and biosensing applications, Langmuir, 28(9), 4580-4585, 2012.


Jiangsu Province Natural Science Foundation (No. BK20130394).

Natural Science Foundation of China (Grants No.61404075).

State key laboratory of bioelectronics open fund (G11). 

Postdoctoral fund Jiangsu province (1601090b).

China postdoctoral fund (2016 m601694).