报告人:Prof.Guoxiu Wang,University of Technology Sydney
会议ID：593 906 260，直播地址：https://meeting.tencent.com/l/tWE83TR9fQjN
Abstract:In these seminar series, I will talk the development of advanced rechargeable batteries and electrochemical catalysis based on materials architecture design. Lithium-air battery is one of the most promising systems for meeting today’s stringent requirements as the power source for electric vehicles. Porous graphene with different pore size architectures were synthesized as cathode catalysts for lithium-air batteries. Porous graphene exhibited significantly higher discharge capacities than that of non-porous graphene. The Ru nanocrystal decorated porous graphene exhibited an excellent catalytic activity with a high reversible capacity, low charge/discharge over-potential, and long cycle life.
Sodium-ion batteries and potassium-ion batteries are being considered as a promising system for stationary energy storage and conversion, owing to natural abundance of sodium and potassium. Several electrode materials were synthesized as either cathode materials or anode materials for sodium-ion batteries, potassium-ion batteries and sodium-sulfur batteries5-7. Lithium-sulfur batteries and sodium-sulfur batteries will also be discussed.
Professor Wang has been working in the areas of Materials Science and Engineering, Materials Chemistry, Electrochemistry, Energy storage and conversion, Battery technology, and NanoScience and Nanotechnology for 20 years. He has performed extensive research on electromaterials for applications in rechargeable Lithium-ion battery, lithium-air batteries, sodium-ion batteries, lithium–sulfur batteries, supercapacitors and fuel-cells, controllable synthesis of one dimensional semiconductor nanostructures and their applications for chemical and biosensors, and semiconductor quantum dots, quantum wires and quantum tubes for nanoscale electronic and photonic devices. He has won a large number of external research grants. Professor Wang has published over 500 refereed journal papers and delivered 100 keynote/invited talks/seminars worldwide.2018, 2019 Highly Cited Researcher. Wang's publications have attracted over 30000 citations with an H-index of 95.