题 目: From Metal Organic Frameworks to Efficient Energy Storage and Conversion
主讲人 : John Wang（教授/新加坡国立大学材料科学与工程学院院长）
主持人 : 陈俊松（教授/青年千人计划教授）
地 点 : 清水河研究院大楼304A
We have been exploring MOF-derived active materials for both energy storage and conversion. They can be grown into various 3D, 2D, 1D and 0D morphologies, where the great flexibility in control over varying length scales from atomic scale up to bulk structure allows access to an almost endless variety of MOF-based and MOF-derived active materials. These MOF-derived active materials are shown to be exceptionally good as electrodes in both supercapacitors and rechargeable batteries, where the MOF-derived nanohybrids are among the best performing materials for both electrocatalysts and electrodes. In addition to mesoporous nano-carbons, both doped and undoped, carbon-metal nanohybrids, and carbon-compound nanohybrids, there are several types of core@shell, encapsulated nanostructures, embedded nanosystems and heterostructures that have been developed from MOFs in our labs more recently. They can be made in either free-standing forms, nano- or micro-powders, grown on appropriate conducting substrates, or assembled together with other active materials. This talk looks into the current status of these MOF-derived nanohybrids and concludes with a brief perspective on the future of MOF-derived functional materials.
 Cao Guan, Wen Xiao, Haijun Wu, Ximeng Liu, Wenjie, Zang, Hong Zhang, Jun Ding, Stephen J. Pennycook, and John Wang, Nano Energy, 48 (2018) 73-80.
 Xin Li, Haijun Wu, Abdelnaby M. Elshahawy, Ling Wang, Stephen J. Pennycook, Cao Guan, and John Wang, Advanced Functional Materials (2018)1800036.
 Hong Zhang, Ximeng Liu, Yue Wu, Cao Guan, Anthony Cheetham and John Wang, Chemical Communications. (2018) doi:10.1039/c8cc00789f.
 Cao Guan, Afriyanti Sumboja, Haijun Wu, Weina Ren, Ximeng Liu, Hong Zhang, Zhaolin Liu, Chuanwei Cheng, Stephen J. Pennycook, and John Wang, Advanced Materials, (2017) 29, 1704117
Professor John Wang is Professor and Head of Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National University of Singapore. He has more than 30 years of experience in education and research of functional materials and materials chemistry. His current research focuses include: energy materials and devices, 2D materials chemistry, and nanostructured materials for sustainable energy. Professor John Wang has published >400 papers in prestigious, top international refereed journals.