Shuwen Yue

Shuwen Yue

Postdoctoral Associate

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Shuwen joined the group as a postdoc in October 2021. She received her Ph.D. from Princeton University with Prof. Thanos Panagiotopoulos. Her Ph.D. work focused on the prediction of thermodynamic and transport properties of aqueous electrolyte solutions. In the Kulik group, she studies water and electrolyte solutions in confinement as part of the CENT EFRC. Shuwen is now an assistant professor at Cornell.

  • transport
  • materials design
  • confined fluids
  • PhD in Chemical and Biological Engineering, 2021

    Princeton University

  • BS in Chemical Engineering and Chemistry, 2016

    The University of Alabama


  1. Metal−Organic Framework Stability in Water and Harsh Environments from Data-Driven Models Trained on the Diverse WS24 Data Set (2024)
  2. Discovering Molecular Coordination Environment Trends for Selective Ion Binding to Molecular Complexes Using Machine Learning (2023)
  3. Unraveling Polymer–Ion Interactions in Electrochromic Polymers for their Implementation in Organic Electrochemical Synaptic Devices (2023)
  4. A Database of Ultrastable MOFs Reassembled from Stable Fragments with Machine Learning Models (2023)
  5. Effects of MOF Linker Rotation and Functionalization on Methane Uptake and Diffusion (2023)