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Chen Jun

Cheung Kong Scholar Distinguished Professor, Winner of The National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars

Subject: Inorganic Chemistry, Materials Chemistry

Address:Lianhe Building A601-1 , Nankai University, NO. 94 Weijin Road, Tianjin

Telephone: 23506808

E-Mail: chenabc@nankai.edu.cn


Research Interest:
Energy materials chemistry;

Nanomaterials and advanced batteries, fuel cells and solar cells.

1985~1989,Dept Chem, Nankai Univ, B.Sc.

1989~1992,Dept Chem, Nankai Univ, M.Sc.

1996~1999,Dept Mater Sci, Wollongong Univ, Ph.D.

1999~2002, National Institute of AIST Kansai Center, NEDO Researcher.

2002-now, College of Chemistry, Nankai Univ, Professor.

Jun Chen is a member of the Editorial Board of Materials Horizons, Nano Research, Solid State Sciences, J Energy Chemistry, etc. He is the Chairman of the Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (2015-2019). He is a FRSC.

Honors and Awards:
Eward Wicke International Metal Hydride Prize (2002)

The Outstanding Young Scientists (2003)

The Cheung Kong Scholars (2005)

Tianjin Natural Science 1st Prize (2006)

Chinese Electrochemistry Young Prize (2007)

Liu DaGang Young Prize (2008)

General Motors (China) Investment Award (2009),

Innovation Team Leader of Ministry of Education (2010)

National 973 Chief Scientists (2010)

National Natural Science Award (2nd class) (2011)

Australia China Alumni Award for Research and Innovation (Australia China Alumni Association, 2012)

Chinese Electrochemistry Contribution Award (2013)

The million plan innovation talents (2013)

Selected publications:
1. Spinels: Controlled Preparation, Oxygen Reduction/Evolution Reaction Application, and Beyond, Q. Zhao, Z.-H. Yan, C.-C. Chen, J. Chen*, Chem. Rev. 2017, 117, 10121–10211.
2. Flexible Li-CO2 Batteries with Liquid-Free Electrolyte, X.-F. Hu, Z.-F. Li, J. Chen*, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2017, 56, 5785–5789.
3. Quasi–solid state rechargeable Na-CO2 batteries with reduced graphene oxide Na anodes, X.-F. Hu, Z.-F. Li, Y.-R. Zhao, J.-C. Sun, Q. Zhao, J.-B. Wang, Z.-L. Tao, J. Chen*, Sci. Adv. 2017, 3, e1602396.
4. MCNTs@MnO2 Nanocomposite Cathode Integrated with Soluble O2-Carrier Co-salen in Electrolyte for High-Performance Li-Air Batteries, X.-F. Hu, J.-B. Wang, Z.-F. Li, J.-Q. Wang, D.-H. Gregory, J. Chen*, Nano Lett. 2017, 17, 2073–2078.
5. Oxocarbon Salts for Fast Rechargeable Batteries, Q. Zhao, J.-B. Wang, Y.-Y Lu, Y.-X. Li, G.-X. Liang, J. Chen*, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2016, 55, 12528–12532.
6. Rechargeable Room-Temperature Na-CO2 Batteries, X.-F. Hu, J.-C. Sun, Z.-F. Li, Q. Zhao, C.-C. Chen, J Chen*, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2016, 55, 6482–6486.
7. Unconventional supercapacitors from nanocarbon-based electrode materials to device configurations, L.-L. Liu, Z.-Q. Niu *, J. Chen*. Chem. Soc. Rev., 2016, 45, 4340–4363.
8. Phase and composition controllable synthesis of cobalt manganese spinel nanoparticles towards efficient oxygen electrocatalysis, C. Li, X.-P. Han, F.-Y. Cheng*, Y.-X. Hu, C.-C. Chen, J. Chen*, Nat. Commun. 2015, 6: 7345.
9. Kinetics of Iodine-Free Redox Shuttles in Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells: Interfacial Recombination and Dye Regeneration, Z. Sun, M. Liang, J. Chen*, Acc. Chem. Res. 2015, 48, 1541–1550.
10. FeSe2 Microspheres as a High-Performance Anode Material for Na-Ion Batteries, K. Zhang, Z. Hu, Z.-L. Tao*, J. Chen*, Adv. Mater. 2015, 27, 3305–3309.
11. Nanostructured Mn-based oxides for electrochemical energy storage and conversion, K. Zhang, X.-P. Han, Z. Hu, X.-L. Zhang, Z.-L. Tao, J. Chen*, Chem. Soc. Rev. 2015, 44, 699–728.
12. Pyrite FeS2 for high-rate and long-life rechargeable sodium batteries, Z. Hu, Z.-Q. Zhu, F.-Y. Cheng, K. Zhang, J.-B. Wang, J. Chen*, Energy Environ. Sci. 2015, 8, 1309–1316.
13. Recent Advances and Prospects of Cathode Materials for Sodium-Ion Batteries, X.-D. Xiang, K. Zhang, J. Chen*, Adv. Mater. 2015, 27, 5343–5346.
14. Sulfur nanodots electrodeposited on Ni foam as high-performance cathode for Li?S batteries, Q. Zhao, X.-F. Hu, K. Zhang, N. Zhang, Y.-X. Hu, J. Chen*. Nano Lett. 2015, 15, 721–726.
15. Rapid room-temperature synthesis of nanocrystalline spinels as oxygen reduction and evolution electrocatalysts, F.-Y. Cheng, J. Shen, B. Peng, Y.-D. Pan, Z.-L. Tao, J. Chen*. Nat. Chem. 2011, 3, 79-84.