Yi Su got his bachelor’s degree from the Department of Chemistry in Qingdao University, Shandong, China, and he received his master’s degree in biochemistry and molecular biology in Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China. He set up a company, Hangzhou Zhule Network Technology Co., Ltd. Presently, he is a Ph.D. candidate in the Center of Excellence in Biomedical Research on Advanced Integrated-on-chips Neurotechnologies (CenBRAIN Neurotech) in Westlake University.
Yi Su is interested in micro and nano devices to monitor the morphologies of cells. These devices included chips for isolating circulating tumor cells from whole blood, and biocompatible devices to stimulate tissue. Recently, he is focusing on monitoring neurotransmitters from neurons and proteins from single cells, and in designing new devices to diagnose and monitor cells related to neurodegenerative diseases. Also, he is interested in the microfabrication of biosensors to collect electrochemical signals that indicate the changes in neural activity.
 Yi Su, Mohamad Sawan et al. Stretchable Transparent Supercapacitors for Wearable and Implantable Medical Devices. Adv. Mater. Technol., 2021, 2100608, Cover page of the journal.
 Yi Su, Sumin Bian and Mohamad Sawan. Real-time in vivo detection techniques for neurotransmitters: A review. Analyst, 2020, Cover page of the journal.
 Yi Su, Ben Wang et al. Non-inertial reference system, functional microsphere-integrated filter chip for the isolation of circulating tumor cells. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2019.