UNM Rainforest Innovations

Ying-Bing Jiang, Ph.D.
Research Associate Professor
Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering
Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences
Member, Center for Micro-Engineered Materials
The University of New Mexico

Dr. Jiang’s research areas include: Studying material’s characterization by transmission electron microscopes (TEM);  Atomic layer deposition (ALD) techniques, which precisely builds up nanostructures one atomic layer by one atomic layer; Applying ALD techniques to precisely construct ultra-thin membranes as well as other functional nanostructures for energy, environment and sustainability, including biomimetic nanopores mimicking aquaporin for water desalination, enzymatic liquid membrane for CO2 capture and enhanced oil recovery (EOR) applications, as well as nano core-shelled particles for lithium ion batteries

7,947,579 Method of Making Dense, Conformal, Ultra-Thin Cap Layers for Nanoporous Low-k ILD by Plasma Assisted Atomic Layer Deposition, issued May 24, 2011
8,187,678 Ultra-Thin Microporous/Hybrid Materials, issued May 29, 2012
9,242,210 Enzymatically Active High-Flux Selectively Gas-Permeable Membranes, issued January 26, 2016
9,486,742 Biomimetic Membranes and Methods of Making Biomimetic Membranes, issued November 8, 2016
9,605,344 Method for Atomic Layer Deposition, issued March 28, 2017

Enzymatically Active High-Flux Selectively Gas-Permeable Membranes for Enhanced Oil Recovery and Carbon Capture
Plasmonic Nanoparticles, Methods of Making Plasmonic Nanoparticles and Sensors Made Therefrom
Enzymatically Active High-Flux Selectively Gas-Permeable Membranes
Polymer Membrane With Vertically Aligned Pore Channels and Controlled Pore Surface Chemistry


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