WANG Qing

WANG Qing

Associate Professor

Ph. D., Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2002
M. E., Harbin Institute of Technology, China, 1999
B. E., Harbin Institute of Technology, China, 1997

Room: E2 #05-27
Tel: ++(65) 6516-7118
Fax:++(65) 6776-3604
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Group website: The Wang Qing Group

 

Research Interests

Dr. Wang’s research focuses on functional materials/molecules and their nanostructured assemblies for advanced electrochemical/photoelectrochemical energy conversion and storage. On the basis of redox targeting reactions of energy materials, he is currently doing fundamental studies on charge transport in mesoscopic energy conversion and storage systems, and applied research for advanced electrochemical energy storage.

 

Selected Publications:

  1. Y. G. Zhu, Q. Liu, Y. Rong, H. Chen, J. Yang, C. Jia, L.-J. Yu, A. Karton, Y. Ren, X. Xu, S. Adams, and Q. Wang*, Proton Enhanced Dynamic Battery Chemistry for Aprotic Lithium-oxygen Batteries. Nat. Comm., 8, 14308 (2017).
  2. L. Fan, C. Jia, Y.G. Zhu, and Q. Wang, Redox Targeting of Prussian Blue: Towards Low-cost and High-energy Density Redox Flow Battery and Solar Rechargeable Battery. ACS Energy Lett., 2, 615-621 (2017)
  3. F. Pan, Q. Huang, H. Huang, and Q. Wang*, High Energy Density Redox Flow Lithium Battery with Unprecedented Voltage Efficiency. Chem. Mater., 28, 2052–2057 (2016)
  4. Q. Huang, J. Yang, C. Ng, C. Jia, and Q. Wang*, Redox Flow Lithium Battery Based on the Redox Targeting Reactions between LiFePO4 and Iodide. Energy & Environ. Sci., 9, 917-921 (2016).
  5. C. Jia, F. Pan, Y. G. Zhu, Q. Huang, L. Lu, and Q. Wang*, High Energy Density Non-aqueous All Redox Flow Lithium Battery Enabled with a Polymeric Membrane. Science Advances, 1 (10), e1500886 (2015)
  6. Y. G. Zhu, C. Jia, J. Yang, F. Pan, Q. Huang, and Q. Wang*, Dual Redox Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction and Evolution Reactions: towards a Redox Flow Li-O2 Battery. Chem. Comm., 51, 9451-9454 (2015)

 

Teaching

  1. MLE2102, Thermodynamics and Phase Diagrams
  2. MLE4210, Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion