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Name: Qinglei LIU

Title: Professor

Office: Room321, Material Building D

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Email: liuqinglei@sjtu.edu.cn

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Platform: Institute of Composite Materials

Introduction

Qinglei LIU got his B.E. and Ph.D. in materials science from Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU). He works in SJTU since 2009. He has broad research interest in nanostructured materials, especially nanocarbons and 2D materials, for energy conversion and storage devices. He has published over 70 peer-reviewed papers with citation over 2,000 times in this field.


Biographical Information

2019 – Present, Professor, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

2015 – 2016, Visiting Scholar, Georgia Institute of Technology

2013 – 2018, Associate Professor, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

2006 – 2007, Visiting Scholar, Osaka University


Research Interests

1.      Nanocarbon materials and 2D materials

2.      Energy storage materials for lithium-ion battery, supercapacitor

3.      Bio-inspired and biomimetic materials

4.      Electromagnetic shielding materials



Selected Publications

1.  J. Fang‡, J. Liu‡, J. Gu*, Q. Liu*, W. Zhang, H. Su, D. Zhang, Hierarchical porous carbonized lotus seedpods for highly efficient solar steam generation, Chemistry of Materials, 2018, 30(18): 6217-6221.

2.    N. Wang, Q. Liu*, B. Sun, J. Gu, B. Yu, W. Zhang, D. Zhang, N-doped catalytic graphitized hard carbon for high-performance lithium/sodium-ion batteries, Scientific Reports, 2018, 8, 9934.

3.  T. Li‡, L. Yao‡, Q. Liu, J. Gu*, R. Luo, J. Li, et al., Fluorine-free synthesis of high purity Ti3C2Tx (t= ‒OH, ‒O) via alkali treatment, Angewandte Chemie-International Edition, 2018, 57(21), 6115-6119.

4.    W. Chen, J. Gu*, Q. Liu, R. Luo, L. Yao, et al., Quantum dots of 1t phase transitional metal dichalcogenides generated via electrochemical Li intercalation. ACS Nano, 2018, 12(1), 308-316.

5.    B. Sun, Q. Liu,* W. Chen, N. Wang, J. Gu, W. Zhang, et al., Micron-sized encapsulated-type MoS2/C hybrid particulates with an effective confinement effect for improving the cycling performance of LIB anodes, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2018, 2018, 6, 6289-6298.

6.  D. Kang, Q. Liu*, R. Si, J. Gu, W. Zhang, D. Zhang*, Spontaneous Crosslinking Derived MnO/Carbon Hybrid with Ultrasmall Nanoparticles for Increasing Lithium Storage Capacity during Cycling, Carbon, 2016, 99, 138-147.

7.  D. Kang, Q. Liu*, M. Chen, J. Gu, and D. Zhang*, Spontaneous Crosslinking for Fabrication of NanoHybrids Embedded with Size-Controllable Particles, ACS Nano, 2016, 1, 889-898.

8.    D. Kang, Q. Liu*, J. Gu, Y. Su, W. Zhang, D. Zhang*, “Egg-Box” Assisted Fabrication of Porous Carbon with Small Mesopores for High Rate Electric Double Layer Capacitors, ACS Nano, 2015, 9 (11), 11225–11233. (Highly Cited Paper)

9.    Y. Li, Q. Liu,* D. Kang, J. Gu, W. Zhang, D. Zhang*, Freeze-drying assisted synthesis of hierarchical porous carbons for high-performance supercapacitors, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2015, 3, 21016-21022.

10.  F. Zhou, Q. Liu*, J. Gu, W. Zhang, D. Zhang*, A facile low-temperature synthesis of highly distributed and size-tunable cobalt oxide nanoparticles anchored on activated carbon for supercapacitors, Journal of Power Sources, 2015(273), 945-953.

11.  J. Gu, W. Zhang, H. Su, T. Fan, S. Zhu, Q. Liu, D. Zhang*, Morphology Genetic Materials Templated from Natural Species, Advanced Materials, 2015, 27, 464-478.

12   F. Zhou, Q. Liu,* D. Kang, J. Gu, W. Zhang and D. Zhang*, A 3D hierarchical hybrid nanostructure of carbon nanotubes and activated carbon for high-performance supercapacitors, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2014(2), 3505–3512.

13.  D. Liu, J. Gu, Q. Liu, Y. Tan, Z. Li, W. Zhang, et al., Metal-organic frameworks reactivate deceased diatoms to be efficient CO2 absorbents, Advanced Materials, 2014, 26, 1229-1234.

14.  Y. Liu, Q. Liu*, J. Gu, D. Kang, F. Zhou, W. Zhang, Y. Wu, D. Zhang*, Highly porous graphitic materials prepared by catalytic graphitization, Carbon, 2013(64), 132-140.

15.  Q. Liu, T. Fan, D. Zhang*, Electromagnetic wave absorption properties of porous carbon/Co nanocomposites, Applied Physics Letters, 2008, 93: 013110. (Highly Cited Paper)


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Honors & Awards


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