Ouyang, Zheng

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Innovations

Innovation Title Categories Lead Inventor
Method and System that Simplifies Sample Prep and Pretreatment for Mass Spectrometer Analysis
2016-OUYA-67584
  1. Chemistry and Chemical Analysis
  2. Biomedical Engineering
Ouyang, Zheng
Synchronized Discharge Ionization
65881
  1. Chemical Engineering
  2. Chemistry and Chemical Analysis
Ouyang, Zheng
Rectilinear Ion Trap and Its Arrays
62138
  1. Chemistry and Chemical Analysis
Ouyang, Zheng
Method and Device for Transferring Ions for Mass Spectrometry Analysis
65215
  1. Chemistry and Chemical Analysis
Ouyang, Zheng
Drying Agents for Rapid Analysis of Whole Blood by Paper Spray Mass Spectrometry
65910
  1. Chemistry and Chemical Analysis
Cooks, Robert Graham
Extraction Spray for Direct Mass Spectrometry Analysis of Raw Samples
2013-OUYA-66452
  1. Chemistry and Chemical Analysis
Ouyang, Zheng
Electrospray from an Affinity Capture Probe
2015-COOK-66932
  1. Chemistry and Chemical Analysis
  2. Chemical Engineering
Cooks, Robert Graham
Preparation of Catalysts by Ion Soft Landing
64875
  1. Chemistry and Chemical Analysis
Cooks, Robert Graham
Mass Spectral Analysis of Heavy Alkanes
65754
  1. Chemistry and Chemical Analysis
  2. Chemical Engineering
Cooks, Robert Graham
Discontinuous Atmospheric Pressure Interface
64870
  1. Chemistry and Chemical Analysis
  2. Chemical Engineering
Ouyang, Zheng
Low Temperature Plasma Probe
65050
  1. Chemistry and Chemical Analysis
Ouyang, Zheng
Ion Generation by Electrospray Using Wetted Porous Material
65345
  1. Chemistry and Chemical Analysis
  2. Chemical Engineering
Cooks, Robert Graham
Synchronization of Ion Generation
65780
  1. Chemistry and Chemical Analysis
Cooks, Robert Graham
Desorption Electrospray Ionization Probe Chemical and Biological Analysis
65914
  1. Chemistry and Chemical Analysis
Cooks, Robert Graham

Details

Dr. Zheng Ouyang is a Professor of Biomedical Engineering and a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Chemistry by courtesy at Purdue University. He received his B.E. and M.E. in Automatic Control from Tsinghua University, M.S. in Physical Chemistry from West Virginia University, and Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from Purdue University. In 2016, Dr. Ouyang was inducted as a fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) for his outstanding contributions to in converting mass spectrometry from a massive analytical instrument into a point-of-care biomedical device through miniaturization and ambient ionization technology development. Dr. Ouyang was named a Purdue University Faculty Scholar, 2014 to 2019, he received Purdue's College of Engineering Early Career Research Award in 2013, the International Mass Spectrometry Foundation Curt Brunnee Award in 2012, and the American Society for Mass Spectrometry Research Award and the National Science Foundation Early Career Award, both in 2012. Dr. Ouyang's research focuses on multiphysics modeling and simulation, mass analyzers and ion optics, mass spectrometry systems for ion chemistry, miniaturization of mass spectrometry systems, data processing and analysis, and biomedical analysis using mass spectrometry.

For additional information, visit Dr. Ouyang's Purdue website: https://engineering.purdue.edu/BME/People/viewPersonById?resource_id=28136
or his Ouyang Research Group website: https://engineering.purdue.edu/BioMS/