Di and Gang passed their master’s dissertation defense. Congrats!
Xiaoxia’s work on “Stable Aqueous Photoelectrochemical CO2 Reduction by Cu2O Dark Cathode with Improved Selectivity for Carbonaceous Products“ is highlighted by Materials Views. Highlighted by Materials Views: “Turning Greenhouse Gas to Valuable Carbonaceous Products in High Yield,” May 27, 2016.
Zhiqi’s paper on “Synthesis of Platinum Nanotubes and Nanorings via Simultaneous Metal Alloying and Etching“ is selected as Cover Article by JACS. His paper on “Collapsed Polymer-directed Synthesis of Multicomponent Coaxial-like Nanostructures“ is also accepted by Nature Commun. Congrats!
Xiaoxia’s paper on “Stable Aqueous Photoelectrochemical CO2 Reduction by Cu2O Dark Cathode with Improved Selectivity for Carbonaceous Products“ is selected as Cover Article and VIP Paper by Angew Chem. His paper on “CO2 Photo-reduction: Insights into CO2 Activation on Surfaces of Photocatalysts” is also accepted by Energy Environmental Science. Congrats!
Dr. Zhang’s work on “Porous Single-Crystalline Au-Pt Bimetallic Nanocrystals with High Mass Electrocatalytic Activities” is selected as Cover Article by Chem Sci. Congrats!
Zhibin’s work on “Highly-oriented Fe2O3/ZnFe2O4 Nanocolumnar Heterojunction with Improved Charge Separation for Photoelectrochemical Water Oxidation” is selected as the Cover Story by Chem. Commun. Congrats!
Peng’s work on “Synergistic Cocatalytic Effect of Carbon Nanodots and Co3O4 Nanoclusters for Photoelectrochemical Water Oxidation on Hematite” is highlighted by Chemistry Views.
Peng’s work on “Synergistic Cocatalytic Effect of Carbon Nanodots and Co3O 4 Nanoclusters for Photoelectrochemical Water Oxidation on Hematite” is selected as Cover Article by Angew Chem. Congrats!
Welcome Asso. Prof. Rentao Mu to join our lab! Dr. Mu’s research interests include the molecular-level understanding of correlation between the structure and catalytic performance in heterogeneous catalysis, by employing surface science techniques and in-situ characterizations. Feel free to talk to Dr. Mu about his research experience.
Ang’s work on “Spatial Separation of Oxidation and Reduction Co-catalysts for Efficient Charge Separation: Pt@TiO2@MnOx Hollow Spheres for Photocatalytic Reactions” is highlighted by both Materials Views (Wiley) and Chemical & Engineering News (ACS). Congrats, Ang! http://www.materialsviews.com/novel-photocatalytic-system-with-remarkably-high-activity/ http://cen.acs.org/articles/94/i3/Researchers-Gain-Control-Over-Nanoscale.html