Name:Chen Qian Wang (Q. W. Chen 陈乾旺)
Born:Dec. 1965, China
Address:PI of the Hefei National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at the Microscale and Professor of the Department of Materials Science & Engineering, University of Science and Technology of China, 230026 Hefei, China
Tel:86-551-63607251
Fax:86-551-63603005
E-mail:cqw@ustc.edu.cn
Homepage:http://fnl.ustc.edu.cn
EDUCATION AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
1995Ph. D. University of Science and Technology of China
1995–1997Assistant and associate professor at University of Science and Technology of China
1997–1998Institute of Hydrothermal Chemistry, Kochi University, Japan; Postdoctoral
1998–1999Institute of Solar Energy Research, Germany, sponsored by Humboldt Scholarship; Postdoctoral
2000Department of Applied Physics, Hong Kong Polytech. University; Visiting researcher
2000Appointed as a professor and PhD supervisor at University of Science and Technology of China
2000Selected into the “Hundred Talents Program” of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)
2001Awarded the National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars of China
2002Awarded the Changjiang-Professor of inorganic chemistry, University of Science and Technology of China
2004Selected into the State-level New Century Talents Supporting Program by seven ministries and commissions directly under the state council including the Ministry of Human Resources
RESEARCH INTERESTS

Professor Chen's research group is involved in studies of various aspects of solid-state materials, including Self-assembly synthesis, nano-scale materials and Physics.

Current work is directed towards an understanding of the mechanisms and kinetics of reactions under external magnetic fields and in supercritical systems. This includes the mechanism and kinetics involved in the formation of advanced materials by magnetic induction with a view to making solids with homogenous microstructures. The Group is also interested in nanocatalysis, nanoscale drug carriers.
REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS
1.Tuning the Activity of Carbon for Electrocatalytic Hydrogen Evolution via an Iridium-Cobalt Alloy Core Encapsulated in Nitrogen-Doped Carbon Cages, Advanced Materials 2018, 1705324.
2.Non-precious alloy encapsulated in nitrogen-doped graphene layers derived from MOFs as an active and durable hydrogen evolution reaction catalyst, Energy Environ. Sci. 2015, 8, 3563.
3.O-, N-Atoms-Coordinated Mn Cofactors within a Graphene Framework as Bioinspired Oxygen Reduction Reaction Electrocatalysts, Advanced Materials 2018, 1801732.
4.Ruthenium-cobalt nanoalloys encapsulated in nitrogen-doped graphene as active electrocatalysts for producing hydrogen in alkaline media, Nature Communications 2017, 8, 14969 doi: 10.1038/ncomms14969.
5.Graphene encapsulated non-precious Ternary alloys: optimizing overall water splitting through tuning electronic structures, Acs Catalysis 2017, 7, 469-479.
6.High lithium anodic performance of highly nitrogen-doped porous carbon prepared from a metal-organic framework, Nature Communications, 2014. 5:5261, DOI: 10.1038.
7.Doped graphene for metal-free catalysis, Chem. Soc. Rev. 2014, 43, 2841.
8.Metal-free catalytic reduction of 4-nitrophenol to 4-aminophenol by N-doped graphene, Energy Environ. Sci. 2013, 6, 3260.
9.Magnetic-field-induced growth of single-crystalline Fe3O4 nanowires, Advanced Materials 2004,16, 137.
10.Reduction of carbon dioxide by magnetite: Implications for the primordial synthesis of organic molecules, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2000, 122, 970.



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