The Jing Lab
is located in the Planetary Hall 406, Department of Chemistry and
Biochemistry, George Mason University-Fairfax campus.
research is primarily centered on the design and development of novel
plasmonic and rare-earth upconversion nanomaterials taking advantage of physical chemistry approaches for a broad
range of applications, including but not limited to catalysis,
nanomedicine and sensing with the ultimate goal of gaining deep
scientific insights to structure-property relationship.
welcome highly motivated young scientists to join our group to create
new wonders in chemistry world with passion and enthusiasms!
Mason University, Today!
Andrew Evangelista passed his
doctoral candidacy exam with flying colors on August 19, 2020!
Evangelista won 2020 Ph.D. Graduate Student Award of GMU
Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry! Congratulations!
research work on lanthanide-doped upconversion nanoparticles has
been selected as the back cover of the Journal of Materials
Chemistry C! Congratulations to Andrew, Mariia, Lisa and Megan! Well
Ume Tahir was officially admitted to
Yale University as a 2020 Fall graduate student! Congratulations!
1st, 2019, Gillian Megan Payne and Ume Tahir join our group as
undergraduate researchers. Welcome!
August 1st, 2019, Mariia Ivanchenko joins our group as a PhD
15th, 2019, our group wins GMU-College of Science (COS) SEED award!
On February 6th, 2019, Lisa
Mcanulty joins our group as an undergraduate researcher. Welcome!
On August 25th, 2018, Andrew J.
Evangelista joins our research group as a PhD student. Warm Welcome!
On January 10th, 2018, Jing Lab
starts to run at George Mason University, Fairfax Campus! Yeah!
Looking forward to more exciting news ahead!