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       Born in 1979 in Henan, China, Weichao Wang studied physics at Henan Normal University (BS, 2002) and Chinese Academy of Science (MS, 2005, Advisor: Prof. Xingao Gong). Then he moved to the University of Texas at Dallas to continue his Ph.D. degree in Material Science and Engineering (Ph.D., 2011) in Prof. Kyeongjae Cho’s group. He joined the Nankai University faculty as a full professor in 2013. Then he was selected as the distinguished young professor at Nankai 2013 and then the distinguished young scholar in Tianjin City in 2017. Prof. Wang’s research interests include the rational design of heterogeneous catalyst and electrocatalyst in the applications of vehicle exhaust emission control and energy storage, respectively. To date, he has published over 90 scientific papers and contributed one book chapter.

Prof. WeiChao Wang

Principle Investigator

  • Jieyu Liu (刘洁宇)

    Research interests:Toward the rational design of nonprecious transition metal oxides for oxygen electrocatalysis

  • Xiaoxu Zhao (赵晓旭) 

    Research interests:Design of novel catalytic material and study on its electrocatalytic properties

  • Hui Li (李慧)

    Research interestsTheoretical design and tuning the ternary transition metal oxide catalyst performance for environmental protection molecule, e.g., CO, NO.

  • Meng Yu (于勐) 

    Research interests:Transition metal based electrocatalysts, metal-air batteries, supercapacitor, flexible energy conversion and storage devices

  • Linxia Wang (王琳霞)

    Research interests:Ph.D candidate Computational heterogeneous catalysis on metal oxides and porous materials

  • Anqi-Dong (董安琪)

    Research interests:Synthetic exploration of mullite materials and its application in vehicle exhaust purification

  • Tong Zhang (张同) 

    Reserach interests:Research on Automobile Exhaust Gas Purification Based on Modification and Morphology Control of Mullite

  • Chunning Zhao (赵春宁) 

    Research interests:Chunning Zhao is currently a Ph.D. candidate under the supervision of Prof. Weichao Wang. Her research focuses on the rational design and synthesis of transition metal oxide and sulfide electrocatalysts and applications in energy storage.

  • Shan Gao (高姗)

    Research interests:Theoretical simulation and calculations for transition-metal nanoparticles.