Dr. Yalei Hu

Dr. Yalei Hu

Freie Universität Berlin (FU-Berlin)
Institut für Chemie und Biochemie (SupraFAB)
Altensteinstraße 23A
D-14195 Berlin, Germany
Office: 206

Mail: yalei.hu@fu-berlin.de
Phone: +49 (0) 30 838 918056


Master Thesis
“Study on the New Biosensing Strategies Based on Fluorescent Carbon Dots”


  • Porous graphene
  • Graphene quantum dots

Curriculum Vitae

2018-2022 PhD Student, FU Berlin, Germany
2016-2018 Master of Analytical Chemistry at Zhengzhou University, China
2012-2016 Bachelor of Chemistry at Zhengzhou University, China
5) Y. Hu, C. Neumann, L. Scholtz, A. Turchanin, U. Resch-Genger* and S. Eigler*
Polarity, intramolecular charge transfer, and hydrogen bond co-mediated solvent effects on the optical properties of graphene quantum dots.
Nano Res., 2023, 16, 45-52. 

4) Y. Hu, Q. Cao, C. Neumann, T. Lehnert, F. Börrnert, Y. Wang, U. Kaiser, A. Turchanin and S. Eigler*
Wet-Chemical Synthesis of Solution-Processible Porous Graphene via Defect-Driven Etching.
Carbon, 2021, 185, 568-577.

3) X. Shi,¹ Y. Hu,¹ H.-M. Meng*, J. Yang, L. Qu, X.-B. Zhang and Z. Li*
Red emissive carbon dots with dual targetability for imaging polarity in living cells.
Sens. Actuators B Chem., 2020, 306, 127582.

2) Y. Hu, L. Zhang, X. Geng, J. Ge*, H. Liu and Z. Li*
A rapid and sensitive turn-on fluorescent probe for ascorbic acid detection based on carbon dots–MnO2 nanocomposites.
Anal. Methods, 2017, 9, 5653-5658.

1) Y. Hu, X. Geng, L. Zhang, Z. Huang, J. Ge* and Z. Li*
Nitrogen-doped Carbon Dots Mediated Fluorescent on-off Assay for Rapid and Highly Sensitive Pyrophosphate and Alkaline Phosphatase Detection.
Sci. Rep., 2017, 7, 5849.

¹ These authors contributed equally to the manuscript.