Qiming received a BS in polymer science from Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Afterwards, he received his MS and PhD in polymer science from the University of Akron, where he worked with Professor Roderic P. Quirk on synthesis of ring-shaped polymers using anionic polymerization and characterization of these unique polymers using X-ray/neutron scattering with Professor Mark D. Foster. After receiving his PhD, Qiming joined the Tirrell Group at the University of Chicago, where he mainly focuses on preparation of polymeric materials for applications such as antireflection and water purification.
Design and synthesis of polymeric materials for antireflection coatings and water purification membranes using controlled polymerization methods.
An in situ shearing x-ray measurement system for exploring structures and dynamics at the solid–liquid interface
Qiao, Yijun, Hua Zhou, Zhang Jiang, Qiming He, Shenglong Gan, Hongdong Wang, Shizhu Wen et al. "An in situ shearing x-ray measurement system for exploring structures and dynamics at the solid–liquid interface." Review of Scientific Instruments 91, no. 1 (2020): 013908. Harvard
Enrichment and Distribution of Pb2+ Ions in Zwitterionic Poly(cysteine methacrylate) Brushes at the Solid–Liquid Interface
He, Qiming, Yijun Qiao, David J. Mandia, Shenglong Gan, Huiru Zhang, Hua Zhou, Jeffrey W. Elam, Seth B. Darling, Matthew V. Tirrell, and Wei Chen. "Enrichment and Distribution of Pb2+ Ions in Zwitterionic Poly (cysteine methacrylate) Brushes at the Solid-Liquid Interface." Langmuir (2019).