Lingzi Sang obtained her B.S. degree in Chemistry from Xiamen University (Xiamen, China) in 2009. She went on to the University of Arizona and obtained her Ph.D. in 2015 under the guidance of Prof. Jeanne E. Pemberton. During this period, she developed molecular understandings associated to charge transfer efficiencies at the critical interfaces in organic photoelectronic devices. She was awarded the Outstanding Research Scholar, Galileo Circle Scholar, and the Carl S. Marvel Fellow. She then moved to Champaign-Urbana for her postdoctoral research at the University of Illinois under the supervision of Prof. Andrew A. Gewirth and Prof. Ralph G. Nuzzo. During her postdoctoral training, she worked on multidisciplinary measurements at electrode and electrolyte interfaces in all-solid lithium ion batteries and unraveled molecular level origins that responsible to battery shorting and capacity fade. Lingzi joined the University of Alberta as an Assistant Professor Aug. 2018. The Sang research group focus on electrochemistry and spectroscopy measurements at critical interfaces in all-solid energy conversion and storage systems.