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Name:LU Junling(路军岭)
Address:Hefei National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at Microscale,

University of Science & Technology of China,Jinzhai Road 96#, 

Baohe District, Hefei 230026 China
Tel:0551-63600359
Website:http://staff.ustc.edu.cn/~junling/
E-mail:junling@ustc.edu.cn
EDUCATION AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
03.2013-presentDepartment of Chemical Physics, University of Science and Technology of China, Professor
07.2010-02.2013Argonne National Laboratory, United States, Postdoc
07.2007-07.2010Northwestern University, United States, Postdoc
08.2004-08.2006Chemical Physics Department, Fitz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck- Gesellschaft, Berlin, Germany, visiting student
09.2002-07.2007Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, Ph.D
RESEARCH INTERESTS
1.Atomically-precise smart design of new catalytic materials using a combined wet-chemistry and ALD method.
2.Catalysis for the efficient conversion of energy resources into valuable forms.
3.Hydrogen generation for fuel cell applications.
4.CO2 utilization.
REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS
1.L. N. Cao, W. Liu, Q. Q. Luo, R. T. Yin, B. Wang, J. Weissenrieder, M. Soldemo, H. Yan, Y. Lin, Z. H. Sun, C. Ma, W. H. Zhang, S. Chen, H. W. Wang, Q. Q. Guan, T. Yao, S. Q. Wei*, J. L. Yang*,J. L. Lu*, Atomically dispersed iron hydroxide anchored on Pt for preferential oxidation of CO in H2, Nature, 565 (2019) 631-635.
2.J. L. Lu, B. S. Fu, M. C. Kung, G. M. Xiao, J. W. Elam, H. H. Kung, and P. C Stair*, Coking-and sintering-resistant palladium catalysts achieved through atomic layer deposition, Science, 335 (2012) 1205-1208
3.H. W. Wang,X.-K. Gu, X. S. Zheng, H.-B. Pan, J. F. Zhu, S. Chen, L. N. Cao, W.-X.Li*, and J. L. Lu*, Disentangling the size-dependent geometric and electronic effects of palladium nanocatalysts beyond selectivity,Science Adv. 5 (2019) eaat6413
4.H. Yan, Y. Lin, H. Wu, W. H. Zhang, Z. H. Sun, H. Cheng, W. Liu, C. L. Wang, J. J. Li, X. H. Huang, T. Yao, J. L. Yang, S. Q. Wei*, J. L. Lu,* Bottom-up precise synthesis of stable platinum dimers on graphene, Nat. Commun. 8 (2017) 1070.
5.J. L. Lu, K.-B. Low, Y. Lei, J. A. Libera, A. Nicholls, P. C. Stair, and J. W. Elam*, Toward atomically-precise synthesis of supported bimetallic nanoparticles using atomic layer deposition, Nat. Commun. 5 (2014) 3264.
6.H. Yan, H. Cheng, H. Yi, Y. Lin, T. Yao, C. L. Wang, J. L. Li, S. Q. Wei*, J. L. Lu*, Single-atom Pd1/Graphene catalyst achieved by atomic layer deposition: Remarkable performance in selective hydrogenation of 1,3-Butadiene, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 137 (2015) 10484−10487.
7.Y. J. Cao, S. Chen, Q. Q. Luo, H. Yan, Y. Lin, W. Liu, L. L. Cao, J. L. Lu,* J. L. Yang, T. Yao,* S. Q. Wei, Atomic insight into optimizing hydrogen evolution pathway over a Co1-N4 single-site photocatalyst, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 56 (2017)12191-12196.
8.J. L. Lu, and P. C Stair, Low-Temperature ABC-Type Atomic Layer Deposition: Synthesis of Highly Uniform Ultrafine Supported Metal Nanoparticles, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 49 (2010) 2547-2551.
9.J. L. Lu, J. W. Elam, and P. C Stair, Synthesis and Stabilization of Supported Metal Catalysts by Atomic Layer Deposition, Acc. Chem. Res., 46 (2013) 1806 - 1815.
10.J. L. Lu*, J. W. Elam, P. C. Stair, Atomic Layer Deposition—Sequential Self-limiting Surface Reactions for Advanced Catalyst “bottom-up” Synthesis, Surf. Sci. Rep., 71 (2016) 410-472.



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