Visiting Academics

Yuan Le (Visiting Professor - January 2015)

Contact Info:
Rm 213, F10 - Chemical Sciences Building
Ph: (02) 9385 5575
Fax: (02) 9385 5966
Email: Yuan Le
  • PhD in Chemical Engineering, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, PRC, 2001-2004
  • MSc in Chemistry, Zhejiang University, PRC, 1988-1991
  • BSc in Chemistry, Zhejiang University, PRC, 1984-1988
Research Interest
    Nanomaterials, nanodrug delivery systems, and design of nanomaterials by computer chemistry
    Prof. Le has filed over 20 national patents (9 granted) and published more than 50 peer-reviewed journal papers. She has been in charge of several programs in Beijing University of Chemical Technology such as National Basic Research Program, National High Technology Research and Development Program, and enterprises cooperation projects. In 2008, she was granted a Scientific and Technological Progress Award from the Ministry of Education in PRC.
Work Experience
  • 2004-2009: Associate Professor, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, PRC
  • 2010-Present: Professor, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, PRC
Recent Publications
  • Li C-X, Wang H-b, Daniel Oppong, Wang J-X, Chen J-F, Le Y*, Excipient-Assisted Vinpocetine Nanoparticles: Experiments and Molecular Dynamic Simulations, Mol. Pharmaceutics, 2014, 11, 4023−4035
  • Liu Q, Zhang L, Chen J-F, Le Y* , Synthesis ofTiO2@ATOcore–shell nanofibers using coaxial electrospinning, Materials Letters, 2014,137, 339–342
  • Mei Q, Li C X, Wang J X, Chen J-F, Le Y*, Molecular Dynamics Simulation on the Interaction of CeO2 and Silane Coupling Agent in Solutions,Mater.Res.Bull. 2014,49,265–271
  • Liu X M, He J, Liu S Y, Chen J-F, Le Y*,  A novel method for the preparation of electrophoretic displaymicrocapsules, Mater. Sci .Eng. B, 2014, 185, 94–98
  • Zhang X P, Le Y*, Wang J X, et al., Resveratrol nanodispersion with high stability and dissolution rate, LWT - Food Sci. Tech., 2013, 50(2), 622-628
  • Li C X, Wang J X, Le Y*,et al, Studies of bicalutamide-excipients interaction by combination of molecular docking and molecular dynamics simulation, Mol. Pharm. 2013, 10, 2362−2369
  • Zhang Z L, Le Y*, Wang J X, et al., Development of stabilized itraconazole nanodispersions by using high-gravity technique, Drug Dev. Ind. Pharm., 2012, 38(12), 1512-1520
  • Hou X Y, Bian S G, Chen J F, Le Y*, High charged red pigment nanoparticles for electrophoretic displays, Optical material, 2012, 35(2), 201-204
  • Li C, Li C X , Le Y* et al , Formation of Bicalutamide Nanodispersion for Dissolution Rate Enhancement, Inter. J. Pharm., 2011, 404 , 257–263
  • Li D, Le Y*, et al, Colored nanoparticles dispersions as electronic inks for electrophoretic display,Synthetic Metals, 2011, 161, 1270– 1275
  • An W W, Le Y*, Chen J-F, Toluidine Red Nanoparticles and Their Application in Electrophoretic Display,J. Nanosci. Nanotech.,2011,11,1-4
  • Yu L, Li C X , Le Y*, et al, Stabilized amorphous glibenclamide nanoparticles by high-gravity technique,Mater. Chem. Phys., 2011,130, 361-366
  • Zhang Z L, Le Y*, Wang J X, et al., Preparation of stable micron-sized crystalline irbesartan particles for the enhancement of dissolution rate, Drug Dev. Ind. Pharm., 2011; 37(11): 1357–1364
  • Le Y, Hou P T., Wang J X, et al, Controlled release active antimicrobial corrosion coatings with Ag/SiO2 core–shell nanoparticles, Mater. Chem. Phys. 2010, 120, 351–355
  • Le Y, Xu H Z, Li D, et al, Ultrafine Copper Phthalocyanine Complex and Its Molecular Structure in Solvents, J Mol. Structure: THEOCHEM  2010, 954 , 2–6