Name:Mingming Ma
Address:96 Jinzhai Rd, Hefei, Anhui, China
2014-presentProfessor   University of Science and Technology of China
2010-2014Postdoc.  Koch Institute, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2004-2010Ph.D.  Department of Chemistry, Ohio State University
2001-2003M.S.  Department of Chemistry, Tsinghua University
1997-2001B.S.  Department of Chemistry, Tsinghua University
We are exploring 'Chemistry Beyond Molecules', especially at the interfaces of supramolecular chemistry, functional polymers and electrochemistry. We design and develop novel materials with defined structure and superior properties for biomedicine, catalysis and energy application. Current research interests include:
1.Non-noble metal catalysts with defined nano-architecture for electrochemical catalysis.
2.Responsive and robust polymers for ambient energy harvest and conversion.
3.Design and synthesis of small antibacterial molecules against multi-resistant bacteria.
1.Zhao, Xue; Chen, Fang; Li, Yuanheng; Lu, Han; Zhang, Ning; Ma, Mingming*. Bioinspired Ultra-stretchable and Anti-freezing Conductive Hydrogel Fibers with Ordered and Reversible Polymer Chain Alignment. Nature Communications, 2018, 9:3579.
2.Li, Wanwan; Gao, Fengxian; Wang, Xiaoqian; Zhang, Ning; Ma, Mingming*. Strong and Robust Polyaniline-based Supramolecular Hydrogels for Flexible Supercapacitors. Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2016, 55, 9196-9201
3.Liu, Bingrui; Zhang, Lin; Xiong, Weilin; Ma, Mingming.*. Cobalt Nanocrystal Assembled Hollow Nanoparticles for Electrocatalytic Hydrogen Generation from Neutral-pH Water. Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2016, 55, 6725-6729. Highlighted on the inside cover
4.Ma, Mingming.; Guo, Liang.; Anderson, Denial.G.; Langer, Robert. “Bio-inspired Polymer Composite Actuator and Generator Driven by Water Gradients.” Science, 2013, 339, 186-189. Selected as Issue Highlights by Science Editors. Featured in a perspective paper (Science, 2013, 339, 150-151). Reported by NBC News, C&EN News, New Scientist, American Scientist, Boston Globe and MIT News. Selected as “MIT Best of 2013”

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