(2006) Outstanding Technical Contribution Award, Seagate Technology LLC.

PhD, Macromolecular Science, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, 2001

MS, Polymer Materials, TSINGHUA UNIVERSITY, 1997

BS, Chemical Engineering, TSINGHUA UNIVERSITY, 1994

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