五月 5th, 2019  |  金沙娱乐

告知标题:Some New Territories of Topo-chemistry for Electrodes in
Sustainable Batteries

报告题目:Nanostructured Functional Materials for Energy Storage and
Conversion报 告 人:杨善平 博 士 (特别聘用教授/中南京大学学质感科学与工程大学)主
持 人:邝泉 副教授告诉时间:二〇一八年十月1三 日(周四)
order to meet the increasing demands of energy consumption in the next
decades (eg. more electric vehicles to realize a clean urbanization),
material scientists worldwide are working on efficient, low-cost and
low-toxic materials for energy harvesting, conversion and storage from
clean energy sources. Suitable functional materials should be explored
and utilized for relevant energy storage and conversion devices to
address those concerns. However, the current materials are usually
composed of single constituent or in hybrids of binary inorganic
components but with low 三星GALAXY Tab areas. The poor electroactivity with
less active sites may further deteriorate the electrochemical
performances of the electrodes. Our strategy is to develop low-cost
transition metal oxide/sulfide based materials to enhance the
electroactivity as well as the electrochemical active 苹果平板 area
(EASA), because the hybridization of two or more components affords the
opportunity to engineer the electronic and/or GALAXY Tab structures. In
addition, optimization of 三星GALAXY Tab structures (such as fabrication of
hollow or core-shell hierarchical structures) of nanostructures may
bring about extra active sites, probably further prompting the
electrochemical performances.报告人简单介绍:Dr. Zhu graduated with a BSc in
Materials Chemistry and MSc in Biomedical Engineering from Sichuan
University. He then went to Singapore to pursue his PhD degree at
Nanyang Technological University in 二零零六. Upon completion of his PhD in
20一叁, he worked as a postdoctoral researcher in National University of
Singapore. After a three-year postdoctoral research, he joined Central
South University in 2017 to serve as a full-time professor. His research
work is centered on the development of nanostructured functional
materials for energy storage and conversion, such as lithium/sodium ion
batteries, supercapacitors, and photo/electro-catalysis. So far, he has
authored over 40 research papers in international journals including
Adv. Energy Mater., Nano Energy, J. Am. Chem. Soc., Angew. Chem. Int.
艾德., J. Mater. Chem. A and so on with a total citation over 2000 times
and an H-index of 20.附属类小部件:无


开幕式 切磋院领导迎接致辞二.8:40-12:00 学术报告 (每位40分钟)
Polymeric Materials: the Marriage of Covalent Polymers and Non-Covalent
Interactions(吉晓帆大学生)内容摘要Supramolecular polymeric materials,
which have emerged as the marriage of polymer science, supramolecular
chemistry and materials science, have gained considerable interest in
recent years as excellent materials not only due to their properties
similar to traditional polymers which are built by covalent bonds, but
also because of the reversibility and stimuli-responsiveness of
noncovalent bonds. Supramolecular polymeric materials can response to
abundant external stimuli, such as pH change, photo irradition, anions,
cations, temperature, and solvent. As a result, the reversibility and
responsiveness to external stimuli may further provide a range of
potential applications, including those as superabsorbers, as matrices
in analytical chemistry or biology, and as storage and delivery systems
for active substances in the biomedical 田野同志. Furthermore,
supramolecular polymer materials can be prepared under different
conditions, namely in solution, in gel, and in the solid state. Various
kinds of noncovalent interactions can be introduced into polymer
materials, such as hydrogen bonding, aromatic stacking interactions,
metal coordination, and host-guest interactions. In this talk, we will
state the utilization of noncovalent interactions to control the
self-assembly of traditional polymers in order to fabricate
supramolecular polymeric
20一五年12月现今,分别在东京(Tokyo)(Tokyo)大学、U.S.肯塔基高校-奥斯汀分校、香港(Hong Kong)农林学院致力大学生后研商专业。吉晓帆大学生主要从事于作用超分子聚合物材料的钻研,在两亲性超分子聚合物,超分子聚合物互连网,以及超分子聚合物凝胶等领域取得了一文山会海的应用研讨成果。已发布第二/通信作者故事集2玖篇,包蕴4篇
Adv. Mater., 两篇JACS ,和两篇 Chem. Sci.
Polymer/Inorganic Hybrid Nanoparticles for Cancer Theranostics
(刘奕静学士)内容摘要Nanomaterials show great potential to fight cancers
because of their capabilities of diagnosing and treating cancer
simultaneously, improving the efficiency of drug delivery, and
diminishing side effects. Polymer/inorganic hybrid nanoparticles, which
combine the advantages of both polymer and inorganic components, are
expected to improve the treatment outcomes. Yet, it remains a great
challenge to achieve precise cancer therapy with nanomaterials that
requires optimization of their properties as well as understanding of
their interactions with biological systems. In this talk, I would like
to report my recent progress to address this challenge from two
different aspects. In the first part, I will present a self-assembly
strategy to construct polymer/inorganic hybrid nanoparticles with
enhanced collective properties. In the second part, I will introduce how
we can use our knowledge of nano-bio interactions to design
nanomaterials for enhanced cancer
作为学士后研商员从事研商专门的学业。刘奕静大学生致力于研究开发可用于癌症会诊医治的皮米材质。主要商量内容囊括:研讨多效益无机高分子杂化材质的合成以及结构和品质的优化,研究多效益皮米材质在肿瘤会诊、诊治方面包车型地铁行使,商量皮米材质与生物系统间的机能。申请人以联同盟者揭橥SCI随想64篇。当中以率先小编或共同1作发布杂谈J. Am. Chem. Soc. 一篇、 Angew. Chem. Int. 艾德.
二篇(当中壹篇被选为封面文章和VIP散文)、ACS nano 二篇、Chem.Soc.Rev.
一篇、Nano Today 1篇。三.报告标题Emerging Solar Cell Technology:
Challenges and Opportunities(张金宝硕士)内容摘要Solar cells, directly
converting the solar energy into electricity, have been well recognized
as one of the most promising renewable energy technologies to provide
clean and abundant energy resources. So far there are different types of
solar technologies in the solar market, and in this talk I will briefly
describe the development of the solar technology and the main challenges
we face to manufacture and apply them in large scale. I will also
introduce all the new methods, functional materials and interfacial
charge engineering strategy I have developed in aiming to improve the
efficiency, stability and scalability of different solar cell
technologies. I will conclude with a personal perspective on directions
for the future development of solar technologies, which may involve the
design of new functional materials, device architecture and advanced
interface engineering.报告人简单介绍Dr. Jinbao Zhang is 沃尔enberg Postdoc
Fellow of Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Stanford
University. He obtained his PhD degree in Physical Chemistry from
Uppsala University in Sweden. He specializes in the energy conversion
and storage techniques, including lithium ion batteries, capacitors,
solar cells, fuel cells. His research interests include novel material
design, charge dynamics and device engineering for different types of
solar technologies. In 201陆 he was awarded Swedish Wallenberg Fellow. He
has published over 40 papers, including Advanced Materials, Energy
Environmental Science, Chem, ACS Nano, ACS Energy Letters, et al., with
citations over 1100 and h-index 20.四.报告题目Perovskite solar cells:
from the molecule level to crystal structure and device
performance(王琼硕士)内容摘要Perovskite solar cells (PSCs) as a young
photovoltaic technology have experienced fast development in the power
conversion efficiency, with a world record efficiency of over 二3%,
highly competitive with that of silicon solar cells and thin-film
photovoltaics (PVs). However, the operational lifetime of PSCs lags far
behind compared to the well-established PVs. Therefore, enhancing the
lifespan of PSCs has been one of the focuses of the perovskite PV
community. In this talk, I will show our recent work on all inorganic
PSCs composed of inorganic perovskite compound and inorganic electron
and hole selective contact, exhibiting an extraordinary photo-thermal
stability, and holding a robust lifetime, T80-the time it takes for the
a solar cell to degrade to 五分之四 of its initial efficiency-during the
accelerated ageing test. Our work shows that inorganic PSCs will be the
future of this new PV technology that clears the device instability
hurdle standing on the way of commercialisation of PSCs.报告人简单介绍Dr.
Qiong Wang is currently a postdoctoral researcher in the Young
Investigator Group lead by Dr. Antonio Abate at Helmholtz-Zentrum
Berlin. Her research interests include developing stable perovskite
solar cells, understanding the working mechanisms of perovskite solar
cells and exploring new perovskite compounds. Before joining Dr. AntonioAbates group, she worked as a research fellow in the Department of
Chemistry at Michigan State University in 2014‒2017 after she obtained
the Ph.D. degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of
Queensland.5报告标题Enabling Tools for Disease Diagnosis, Imaging and
Intervention (李隽巍博士)内容摘要The ability to create and use tools
differentiates humans from all the other living beings. As a
result,tools have been playing an important role in human history.
Millions of years ago, our ancestors created the very first piece of
tools with stone. Since then, many other tools have been created to
change our life. In the 田野同志 of biomedicine, The creation and use of
molecular tools, such as molecular probes, nanoscale agents, and drugs,
have significantlybenefited the modern society. Specifically, these
tools have been applied for both the scientific discoveries and clinical
advancements.报告人简要介绍李隽巍硕士于二零一三年3月在四川大学获取学士,2017年1月在United States华盛顿大学获取大学生学位。20壹7年7月迄今截止在U.S.A.帝国理哲大学致力大学生后商量。首要从事疾病早期检验会诊系统的创设及使用那世界一战线火热领域,越发是在高灵敏度疾病理检查查实验和经济学成像方面取得一名目大多开采性的探讨成果。近伍年来,以第二笔者身份在Nature
Biomedical Engineering等世界级期刊刊登SCI杂文7篇,并搭档公布Nature
Medicine、Nature Biomedical
Engineering等5星级期刊5篇。其钻探成果被国际闻明杂志Nature Biomedical

报 告 人:Xiulei Ji (纪秀磊) Department of Chemistry, Oregon State

报 告 人:乔世璋 教授 澳洲Adelaide大学













Dr. Xiulei (David) Ji graduated from Jilin University with B.Sc. in
Chemistry in 2003. He obtained his Ph.D. in Materials Chemistry under
the guidance of Prof. Linda F. Nazar in the University of Waterloo,


  1. During 2010-2012, he was a NSERC Postdoctoral Fellow in Prof.
    Galen D. Stuckys group in the University of California, Santa Barbara.
    He is an Associate Professor of Chemistry at Oregon State University.
    His primal research interest is to elucidate the basic
    structure-property correlation for electrode materials for sustainable
    energy storage. He has published 82 articles, in journals, including
    Nature Materials, Nature Chemistry, Nature Energy, J. Am. Chem. Soc.,
    and Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., with total citations over 10,000 times
    (Google Scholar). He received 2016 NSF CAREER Award, and 2010 NSERC
    Postdoc Fellowship. Group website:



金沙娱乐 ,Dr. Shi-Zhang Qiao is currently a professor (Chair of Nanotechnology) at
School of Chemical Engineering of the University of Adelaide. His
research expertise is in nanostructured materials for new energy
technologies including electrocatalysis, photocatalysis, fuel cell,
supercapacitor and batteries. He has co-authored more than 300 papers in
refereed journals (over 31,000 citations with h-index 90), including
Nature, Nature Materials, Nature Energy, Nature Communications, J. Am.
Chem. Soc, Angew. Chem., Adv. Mater.. He has filed several patents and
has attracted more than 12.0 million dollars in research grants from
industrial partners and Australian Research Council (ARC).

Energy storage is the missing enabler to facilitate the proliferation of
renewable-but-intermittent solar and wind energy. There is one primary
metric for stationary storage: levelized cost over the life time of
devices. It is, thus, a must to rely on earth-abundant elements, which
rules out lithium-based devices for the grid-scale storage purposes as
lithium is relatively rare and its excavation is geopolitically
challenged. This warrants attention for alternative rechargeable
batteries. At Oregon State University, we seek fundamental understanding
of operation principles of electrodes for new sustainable batteries,
often via carbon-based materials. We take an iterative approach to gain
knowledge by advanced characterization, including synchrotron X-ray,
neutron scattering, and the associated pair distribution function
studies, as well as integrated DFT computational studies to inform
rational syntheses. We aim to elucidate the correlation between the
local structural features of materials, i.e., defects and interlayer
spacing, and their corresponding capacity contributions in hosting
interesting charge carriers, such as Na-ions, K-ions, hydronium ions,
and ammonium ions, which may lead to design principles of such
electrodes in batteries. Furthermore, I will briefly discuss the basic
thermodynamics in selecting suitable anion-hosting cathode materials in
tackling challenges of dual-ion batteries.

Prof. Qiao was honoured with a prestigious ARC Australian Laureate
Fellow (2017), ExxonMobil Award (2016), ARC Discovery Outstanding
Researcher Award (DORA, 2013) and an Emerging Researcher Award (2013,
ENFL Division of the American Chemical Society). He has also been
awarded an ARC ARF Fellowship and an ARC APD Fellowship.


Prof. Qiao is a Fellow of Institution of Chemical Engineers (FIChemE), a
Fellow of Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC) and a Fellow of Royal
Australian Chemical Institute (FRACI). He is currently an Associate
Editor of Journal of Materials Chemistry A, and is a Thomson
Reuters/Clarivate Analytics Highly Cited Researcher (Chemistry,
Materials Science).


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