Dr. Weiyu Li has received her PhD in Energy Science and Engineering from Stanford University. Her research focuses on modeling and simulation of electrochemical transport in energy storage systems, aiming to provide mechanistic insights into the optimal design of porous electrodes, electrolyte, etc. Her other research interests include data assimilation and biomedical modeling. Prior to her doctoral studies, Weiyu Li obtained her M.Sc. degree in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Princeton University. Weiyu Li is the recipient of Henry J. Ramey Fellowship Award for outstanding research in the Department of Energy Science and Engineering at Stanford University, as well as the Princeton University Fellowship in Natural Sciences and Engineering.
Ph.D. , Energy ScienceClass of 2023