At Stanford University

• Mentored two undergraduate students (UAR & UGVR program) working on solid state electrolyte, one student with first author manuscript & patent in preparation 

• Supervised one undergraduate student (REU program) & one high school student on batteries. Under my guidence, the undergraduate student awarded a undergraduate research grant from UAR program at Stanford

• Participated "HHMI’s Teaching Resources for Student-Centered Learning" 


At the University of Maryland

• Trained two PhD students who published as first authors on Nano Letters and ACS Applied Materials & interfaces, respectively. Under my guidence, one PhD student awarded prestigous NDSEG fellowship from DOD


• Coached two master students who published as co-first authors on Nano Letters and ACS Nano, respectively

• Mentored five undergraduate students (REU program) working on 2D materials for Li ion batteries, designed/lectured fundamentals for batteries research series to them and guide the students with basic battery research knowledge, techniques, and characterizations

• Supervised five undergraduate students (one published first author Nano Energy) 

• Teaching Assistant, Engineering Materials 311

• Introduced cutting-edge science projects to children and adults on "Maryland Day" 2012, 2014

• Guided scientific exploration at Maryland Energy Center for Weaton High School students 









2012, 2014


Jiayu's mentees

Jiayu at a mentee's poster presentation

Jiayu and mentees (One mentee holding his Master's thesis award certificate) 

Jiayu and a mentee 

Jiayu (lower left in red) and Wheaton High School students

Best Student Chapter Award, Jiayu (​holding the award certificate) with UMD ECS student chapter at Cancun, Mexico

Jiayu (middle) and a mentee (left) on UMD front page

Jiayu Wan

Department of Materials Science & Engineering

Stanford University

476 Lomita Mall, Rm 224

Stanford, CA, 94305

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