Dr. Yue Shi graduated at University of Colorado-Boulder (USA). She worked as a researcher in University of Colorado-Boulder, the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology after graduation, and joined Southern University of Science and Technology in 2016. Her research interests are focused on liquid crystal physics, liquid crystal devices, photo-alignment and soft condense matter.
2006 University of Science and Technology of China, Physics Department, Bachelor
2014 University of Colorado-Boulder, Physics Department, PhD
2018 to now Southern University of Science and Technology Research Assistant Professor
2016-2017 Southern University of Science and Technology Postdoc
2015 The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Postdoc
2014 University of Colorado-Boulder Postdoc
Liquid crystal physics
Liquid crystal devices
Soft condense matter
- Y. Shi, C. Zhao, J. Y.-L. Ho, F. Song, V. G. Chigrinov, D. Luo, H.-S. Kwok, and X. W. Sun, “High Photoinduced Ordering and Controllable Photostability of Hydrophilic Azobenzene Material Based on Relative Humidity,” Langmuir 34, 4465 (2018).
- Y. Shi, Y. J. Liu, F. Song, V. G. Chigrinov, H.-S. Kwok, M. Hu, D. Luo, and X. W. Sun, “Photoalignment-Induced Two-Dimensional Liquid Crystal Polarization Structure via Multi-Beam Polarization Interferometry,” Optics Express 26, 7683 (2018).
- Y. Shi, Z. Sun, R. Chen, C. Zhu, R. K. Shoemaker, E. Tsai, D. M. Walba, M. A. Glaser, J. E. Maclennan, D. Chen, and N. A. Clark, “Effect of Conformational Chirality on Optical Activity Observed in a Smectic of Achiral, Bent-Core Molecules”, J. Phys. Chem. B, 121, 6944 (2017).
- Y. Shi, C. Zhao, J. Y.-L. Ho, V. V. Vashchenko, A. K. Srivastava, V. G. Chigrinov, H.-S. Kwok, F. Song, and D. Luo, “Exotic Property of Azobenzenesulfonic Photoalignment Material Based on Relative Humidity,” Langmuir 33, 3968 (2017).
- Y. Shi, G. Fang, J. E. Maclennan, M. A. Glaser, N. A. Clark, E. Korblova, and D. M. Walba, “Phase Winding of a Nematic Liquid Crystal by Dynamic Localized Reorientation of an Azo-Based Self-Assembled Monolayer”, Langmuir 30, 9560 (2014).
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