Yanyi Liu, Ph.D., works in all aspects of US domestic and foreign patent prosecution. Her work focuses on computer software, mobile technology, memory devices, semiconductor devices and processing, computer network, electronic devices, energy storage and conversion technology, mechanical engineering, and nanotechnology. She has research experience in energy storage materials and devices, such as Li-ion batteries and solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs), and has co-authored 25 peer-reviewed journal papers and co-invented two patent-pending technologies.
University of Washington, 2011, Ph.D. (Materials Science and Engineering)
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2008, M.S. (Metallurgy and Ceramics Science)
Tsinghua University, China, 2008, M.S. (Materials Science and Engineering)
Tsinghua University, China, 2005, B.S. (Materials Science and Engineering)