Qiaosheng Pu

Ph.D., Professor


Qiaosheng Pu’s research interests are mainly on microfluidic biosensors, miniaturized analytical devices and their application. His group has developed simple fabrication procedures for low-cost and disposable microfluidic chips, built a series of low-cost miniaturized devices for microchip electrophoresis, established convenient ways for the characterization of microchannel surfaces. The group is developing easy-to-use and portable microchip electrophoresis devices and robust protocols that can be used outside the professional laboratories. Plenty of efforts have been put on laser-induced fluorescence detectors and capacitively coupled contactless conductivity detectors to make them smaller, cheaper and better in performance. Along with these subjects, they also work on the microfluidic analysis using smartphones as a detection tool and the synthesis of novel fluorescent nanomaterials and porous carbon based materials.

Representative Publications

1. Li, L.; Wang, X.-Y; Pu, Q.-S.*; Liu, S.-R.*, Advancement of electroosmotic pump in microflow analysis: A review, Anal Chim Acta 2019, 1060, 1-16.

2. Feng, X.-T; Bian, L.; Ma, J.; Zhou, L.; Wang, X.-Y; Guo, G.-S.*, Pu, Q.-S.*, Distinct correlation between (CN2)x units and pores: a low-cost method for predesigned wide range control of micropore size of porous carbon, Chem Commun (Camb) 2019, 55(27), 3963-3966.

3. Yang, S.-H.; Sun, X.-H.; Wang, Z.-Y.; Wang, X.-Y.*; Guo, G.-S.; Pu, Q.-S.*, Anomalous enhancement of fluorescence of carbon dots through lanthanum doping and potential application in intracellular imaging of ferric ion, Nano Res 2018, 11(3), 1369-1378.

4. Li, F.-Y.; Li, H.-L.; Wang, Z.-Y.; Wu, J.; Wang, W.; Zhou, L.; Xiao, Q.; Pu, Q.-S.*, Mobile phone mediated point-of-care testing of HIV p24 antigen through plastic micro-pit array chips, Sensor Actuat B-Chem 2018, 271, 189-194.

5. Guo, J.-X.; Wang, Z.-Y.; Sun, P.; Tang, Q.-Y.; Li, H.-L.; Wang, X.-Y.; Guo, G.-S.; Pu, Q.-S.*, Ionic polymer enhanced electrophoresis in plastic microchips for rapid and robust determination of rhodamine dyes, Sensor Actuat B-Chem 2017, 250, 250-258.

6. Zhao, L.; Zhao, L.-Z.; Yang, S.-H.; Peng, X.-L.; Wu, J.; Bian, L.; Wang, X.-Y; Pu, Q.-S.*, Use of Pulsed Streaming Potential with a Prepared Cationic Polyelectrolyte Layer to Detect Deposition Kinetics of Graphene Oxide and Consequences of Particle Size Differences, Anal Chem 2016, 88(21), 10437-10444.

7. Wei, X.; Sun, P.; Yang, S.-H.; Zhao, L.; Wu, J.; Li, F.-Y.; Pu, Q.-S.*, Microchip electrophoresis with background electrolyte containing polyacrylic acid and high content organic solvent in cyclic olefin copolymer microchips for easily adsorbed dyes, J Chromatogr A 2016, 1457, 144-150.

8. Peng, X.-L.; Zhao, L.; Guo, J.-X.; Yang, S.-H.; Ding, H.; Wang, X.-Y.; Pu, Q.-S.*, Double-helix micro-channels on microfluidic chips for enhanced continuous on-chip derivatization followed by electrophoretic separation, Biosens Bioelectron 2015, 72, 376-382.

9. Liu, X.-H.; Zhou, L.; Zhao, Y.-Q.; Bian, L.; Feng, X.-T.; Pu, Q.-S.*, Hollow, Spherical Nitrogen-Rich Porous Carbon Shells Obtained from a Porous Organic Framework for the Supercapacitor, ACS Appl Mater Inter 2013, 5(20), 10280-10287.

10. Wei X.; Pu Q.-S.*, Microchip Electrophoresis for Fast and Interference-Free Determination of Trace Amounts of Glyphosate and Glufosinate Residues in Agricultural Products. In: Van Schepdael A. (eds) Microchip Capillary Electrophoresis Protocols. Methods in Molecular Biology, 2015, vol 1274. Humana Press, New York.







1985-1989,Lanzhou University,B.S.

1989-1992,Lanzhou University,M.S.

1995-1998,Lanzhou University,Ph.D.