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XIONG Yujie, Professor Nano-materials and Nano-chemistry
Name:  Yujie Xiong (熊宇杰)
Born:   Jul. 1979, Jiangxi
Address: Department of Chemistry
University of Science and Technology of China (USTC)
Anhui, Hefei 230026, P. R. China
Tel: 86-551-63606657(O)
E-mail: yjxiong@ustc.edu.cn
Homepage: http://staff.ustc.edu.cn/~yjxiong/
Office: Resources and Environment Building, Room 538B

Dr. Yujie Xiong is a Professor of Chemistry at the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) and PI of the Hefei National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at the Microscale. He was born in Jiangxi, China, in 1979. He received a B.S. degree in chemical physics (Special Class for the Gifted Young) in 2000, and a Ph.D. degree in inorganic chemistry under the tutelage of Prof. Yi Xie in 2004, both from the USTC. After four-year training with Professors Younan Xia and John A. Rogers, he served as the Principal Scientist and Lab Manager of National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network (NSF-NNIN) site at Washington University in St. Louis.

Dr. Xiong has published more than 130 papers in prestigious journals such as Science, J. Am. Chem. Soc., Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., Chem. Soc. Rev. and Adv. Mater.. His scientific work has been cited more than 10,000 times (H-index 48).

Dr. Xiong has received a number of prestigious awards, including the Outstanding Young Scholar Award by the Biomatik Distinguished Faculty Award by the Chinese-American Chemistry & Chemical Biology Professors Association (2015), the Hong Kong Qiushi Science and Technology Foundation (2014), the Young Cutting-Edge Nanochemistry Research Award by the Chinese Chemical Society and the Small journal (2014), the Young Chemist Award by the Chinese Chemical Society (2013), and the National Natural Science Award (Second Class) by the Chinese government (2012). He is serving on the Editorial Boards of Scientific Reports, Progress in Natural Science: Materials International and Chinese Chemical Letters.

  Fabrication, synthesis and assembly of inorganic materials for energy and environmental applications, including:
1) Controlled synthesis of inorganic nanostructures. Maneuvering the selectivity and activity in photocatalysis (conversion of CO2 to fuels and water splitting), catalysis in organic reactions, and electrocatalysis for fuel cells.
2) Fabrication of flexible devices: integrating surface plasmonics into thin-film photovoltaics.
1) Key Research Program of Frontier Sciences, CAS.
2) Infrastructure-Based Joint Grant, NSFC.
3) Regular Grant, NSFC.
4) National Basic Research Program of China, Ministry of Science and Technology.
1) Zhang, N.; Li, X.; Ye, H.; Chen, S.; Ju, H.; Liu, D.; Lin, Y.; Ye, W.; Wang, C.; Xu, Q.; Zhu, J.; Song, L.; Jiang, J.* and Xiong, Y.*, “Oxide Defect Engineering Enables to Couple Solar Energy into Oxygen Activation”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 138 (2016), 8928-8935.
2) Huang, H.; Zhang, L.; Lv, Z.; Long, R.; Zhang, C.; Lin, Y.; Wei, K.; Wang, C.; Chen, L.; Li, Z. Y.; Zhang, Q.;* Luo, Y. and Xiong, Y.*, “Unraveling Surface Plasmon Decay in Core-Shell Nanostructures toward Broadband Light-Driven Catalytic Organic Synthesis”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 138 (2016), 6822-6828.
3) Bai, Y.; Zhang, W.; Zhang, Z.; Zhou, J.; Wang, X.; Wang, C.; Huang, W.*; Jiang, J.* and Xiong, Y.*, “Controllably Interfacing with Metal: A Strategy for Enhancing CO Oxidation on Oxide Catalysts by Surface Polarization”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 136 (2014), 14650-14653.
4)  Long, R.; Mao, K.; Ye, X.; Yan, W.; Huang, Y.; Wang, J.; Fu, Y.; Wang, X.; Wu, X.; Xie, Y. and Xiong, Y.*, “Surface Facet of Palladium Nanocrystals: a Key Parameter to the Activation of Molecular Oxygen for Organic Catalysis and Cancer Treatment”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 135 (2013), 3200-3207.
5) Liu, D.; Yang, D.; Gao, Y.; Ma, J.; Long, R.; Wang, C. and Xiong, Y.*, “Flexible Near-Infrared Photovoltaic Devices Based on Plasmonic Hot Electron Injection into Silicon Nanowire Arrays”, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 55 (2016), 4577-4581.
6) Bai, S.; Yang, L.; Wang, C.; Lin, Y.; Lu, J.; Jiang, J. and Xiong, Y.*, “Boosting Photocatalytic Water Splitting: Interfacial Charge Polarization in Atomically Controlled Core-shell Co-catalyst”, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 54 (2015), 14810-14814.
7) Ma, L.; Wang, C.; Xia, B. Y.; Mao, K.; He, J.; Wu, X.; Xiong, Y.*and Lou, X. W.*, “Novel Pt Multicubes Prepared by Ni2+-mediated Shape Evolution Exhibit High Electrocatalytic Activity for Oxygen Reduction”, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 54 (2015), 5666-5671.
8) Liu, D.; Li, L.; Gao, Y.; Wang, C.; Jiang, J. and Xiong, Y.*, “The Nature of Photocatalytic “Water Splitting” on Silicon Nanowires”, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 54 (2015), 2980-2985.
9) Long, R.; Rao, Z.; Mao, K.; Li, Y.; Zhang, C.; Liu, Q.; Wang, C.; Li, Z. Y.; Wu, X. and Xiong, Y.*, “Efficiently Coupling Solar Energy into Catalytic Hydrogenation by Well-Designed Pd Nanostructures”, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 54 (2015), 2425-2430.
10) Bai, S.; Wang, C.; Deng, M.; Gong, M.; Bai, Y.; Jiang, J. and Xiong, Y.*, “Surface Polarization Matters: Enhancing Hydrogen Evolution Reaction by Shrinking Pt Shells in Pt-Pd-Graphene Stack Structures”, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 53 (2014), 12120-12124.
11) Wang, L.; Ge, J.; Wang, A.; Deng, M.; Wang, X.; Bai, S.; Li, R.; Jiang, J.;* Zhang, Q.;* Luo, Y. and Xiong, Y.*, “Designing p-Type Semiconductor-Metal Hybrid Structures for Improved Photocatalysis”, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 53 (2014), 5107-5111.
12) Long, R.; Mao, K.; Gong, M.; Zhou, S.; Hu, J.; Zhi, M.; You, Y.; Bai, S.; Jiang, J.; Zhang, Q.;* Wu, X.* and Xiong, Y.*, “Tunable Oxygen Activation for Catalytic Organic Oxidation: Schottky Junction versus Plasmonic Effect”, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 53 (2014), 3205-3209.
13) Li, Y.; Wang, Z.; Xia, T.; Ju, H.; Zhang, K.; Long, R.; Xu, Q.; Wang, C.; Song, L.; Zhu, J.; Jiang, J. and Xiong, Y.*, “Implementing Metal-to-Ligand Charge Transfer in Organic Semiconductor for Improved Visible-Near-Infrared Photocatalysis”, Adv. Mater. 28 (2016), 6959-6965.
14) Du, N.; Wang, C.; Wang, X.; Lin, Y.; Jiang, J. and Xiong, Y.*, “Trimetallic TriStar Nanostructures: Tuning Electronic and Surface Structures for Enhanced Electrocatalytic Hydrogen Evolution”, Adv. Mater. 28 (2016), 2077-2084.
15) Bai, S.; Li, X.; Kong, Q.; Long, R.; Wang, C.; Jiang, J. and Xiong, Y.*, “Toward Enhanced Photocatalytic Oxygen Evolution: Synergetic Utilization of Plasmonic Effect and Schottky Junction via Interfacing Facet Selection”, Adv. Mater. 27 (2015), 3444-3452.
16) Long, R.; Huang, H.; Li, Y.; Song, L. and Xiong, Y.*, “Palladium-Based Nanomaterials: A Platform to Produce Reactive Oxygen Species for Catalyzing Oxidation”, Adv. Mater. 27 (2015), 7025-7042.
17) Wang, L.; Li, X.; Li, Z.; Chu, W.; Li, R.; Lin, K.; Qian, H.; Wang, Y.; Wu, C.; Li, J.; Tu, D.; Zhang, Q.; Song, L.; Jiang, J.*; Chen, X.; Luo, Y.; Xie, Y. and Xiong, Y.*, “A New Cubic Phase for NaYF4 Host Matrix Offering High Upconversion Luminescence Efficiency”, Adv. Mater. 27 (2015), 5528-5533.
18) Chen, Y. Z.; Wang, C.; Wu, Z. Y.; Xiong, Y.*; Xu, Q.; Yu, S. H. and Jiang, H. L.*, “From Bimetallic Metal-Organic Framework to Porous Carbon: High Surface Area and Multicomponent Active Dopants for Excellent Electrocatalysis”, Adv. Mater. 27 (2015), 5010-5016.
19) Bai, S.; Ge, J.; Wang, L.; Gong, M.; Deng, M.; Kong, Q.; Song, L.; Jiang, J.;* Zhang, Q.;* Luo, Y.; Xie, Y. and Xiong, Y.*, “A Unique Semiconductor-Metal-Graphene Stack Design to Harness Charge Flow for Photocatalysis”, Adv. Mater. 26 (2014), 5689-5695.
20) Li, R.; Hu, J.; Deng, M.; Wang, H.; Wang, X.; Hu, Y.; Jiang, H. L.; Jiang, J.;* Zhang, Q.;* Xie, Y. and Xiong, Y.*, “Integration of Inorganic Semiconductor with MOF: A Platform for Enhanced Gaseous Photocatalytic Reactions”, Adv. Mater. 26 (2014), 4783-4788.

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