Ph.D. Candidate in Chemical Engineering
Department of Chemical Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
B.S. in Chemical Engineering, Tsinghua University, Polymer Materials and Engineering Program (2013)
Mass transfer control in novel emulsion systems:
- Electrically controlled droplet interaction for microdroplet reactor engineering
- Droplet-templated anti-solvent spherical crystallization of active pharmaceutical ingredients
- Large scale spray drying of concentrated emulsion food for treating malnutrition in India
Gu, T., Yeap, E. W., Cao, Z., Ng, D. Z., Ren, Y., Chen, R. Khan, S. A., & Hatton, T. A. Droplet-templated Anti-solvent Spherical Crystallization of Hydrophilic and Hydrophobic Drugs, Advanced Healthcare Materials, Accepted.
Gu, T., Khan, S. A., & Hatton, T. A. Highly Controlled Material Transfer into Microfluidic Droplets from an Active Colloidal Continuous Phase, Proceedings of MicroTAS 2017, Accepted.
Gu, T., Yeap, E. W., Somasundar, A., Chen, R., Hatton, T. A., & Khan, S. A. (2016). Droplet microfluidics with a nanoemulsion continuous phase. Lab on a Chip, 16(14), 2694-2700.
Xiong, Z., Gu, T., & Wang, X. (2014). Self-assembled multilayer films of sulfonated graphene and polystyrene-based diazonium salt as photo-cross-linkable supercapacitor electrodes. Langmuir, 30(2), 522-532.
He, Y., He, W., Liu, D., Gu, T., Wei, R., & Wang, X. (2013). Synthesis of block copolymers via the combination of RAFT and a macromolecular azo coupling reaction. Polymer Chemistry, 4(2), 402-406.