Name:Bin Jiang
Address:School of Chemistry and Materials Science
Tel:0551-63600922
Fax:0551-63600922
E-mail:bjiangch@ustc.edu.cn
Homepage:http://staff.ustc.edu.cn/~bjiangch/
EDUCATION AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
2003-2007Bachelor in Chemistry, School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Nanjing University
2007-2012Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry, School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Nanjing University

Supervisor:  Professor Daiqian Xie
2010-2011Visiting Student, Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology, University of New Mexico

Supervisor:  Professor Hua Guo
2012-2015Postdoc Fellow, Department of Chemistry Chemical Biology, University of New Mexico

Supervisor:  Professor Hua Guo
2015-presentProfessor, Department of Chemical Physics,

School of Chemistry and Material Science, University of Science Technology of China
RESEARCH INTERESTS
Our research involves theory and computation of chemical reaction dynamics at the molecular level. We focus on elementary chemical reactions of small molecules in gas phase and at metal surfaces, which are related to many important processes, such as atmospheric chemistry, astrochemistry, combustion, the heterogeneous catalysis, and so on. It is indeed very challenging to reveal the most detailed information of these reactions at a microscopic level, which relies on high-dimensional reactive potential energy surfaces and is subject to the quantitative comparison with the state-of-state experimental data with quantum state resolution. From first principles, we are able to construct the global potential energy surface via machine learning techniques (e.g. neural networks) and perform accurate dynamical simulations by quantum mechanics (solving the time dependent Schrodinger equation) or classical mechanics (Hamiltonian equation), providing quantitative information for the reaction dynamics.
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
1.Hot-electron effects during reacctive scattering of H2 from Ag(111): the interplay between mode-specific electronic friction and the potential energy landscape Y. Zhang, R. Maurer*, H. Guo, B. Jiang*Chem. Sci. 10 (4), 1089, 2019
2.Vibrational control of selective bond cleavage in dissociative chemisorption of methanol on Cu (111) J. Chen, X. Zhou, Y. Zhang, B. Jiang*Nat. Commun. 9 (1), 4039, 2018
3.Dissociative Chemisorption of O2 on Al(111): Dynamics on a Correlated Wave-Function-Based Potential Energy Surface R. Yin, Y. Zhang, F. Libisch, E. A. Carter, H. Guo, B. Jiang*J. Phys. Chem. Lett., 9, 3271, 2018
4.Rotational and steric effects in water dissociative chemisorption on Ni(111) B. Jiang*Chem. Sci, 8, 6662, 2017
5.High-Dimensional Atomistic Neural Network Potentials for Molecule–Surface Interactions: HCl Scattering from Au(111) B. Kolb, X. Luo, X. Zhou, B. Jiang*, H. Guo* J. Phys Chem Lett, 8, 666, 2017
6.Non-adiabatic effects on excited states of vinylidene observed with slow photoelectron velocity-map imaging J. A. DeVine, M. L. Weichman, X. Zhou, J. Ma, B. Jiang*, H. Guo, D. M. Neumark* J. Am. Chem. Soc. 138(50), 16417, 2016
7.Vibrationally Promoted Dissociation of Water on Ni(111) P. M. Hundt#, B. Jiang#, R. Van, E. Maarten, H. Guo*, R. D. Beck* Science, 344(6183), 504, 2014



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