Emily (Yuting) Li

Graduate Student
PhD in Chemical and Petroleum Engineering- Chemical Focus (In Progress)
Primary office:
G440 M2SEC
Second office:
CEBC



Emily (Yuting) Li, has received the Bachelor degree of Chemical Engineering from Tianjin University, China. Currently she is the graduate student in Petroleum & Chemical Engineering department of University of Kansas and the graduate research assistant in Dr. Franklin Tao group. Her research is focused on using the microporous material catalyst to achieve the activation of C-H bond and coupling of C-C bond, because of the special features of microporous zeolites. She also wants to using microscope instrument to investigate the fundamental mechanism of this kind of reaction.


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