To strengthen the students’ physique and the awareness of physical exercise, the sports tests were taken before the graduates left Gonglab. On June 21, 2021, Gonglab held the sports tests. A teacher, Peng Zhang and a doctoral student, Xianhui Wang acted as referees. The sports and personal goals are listed as follows.
On June 9, 2021, to celebrate the graduates to start a new life, a friendly football match between graduates and on-campus students was held at stadium. The final score was 4 to 3. The graduates won the match. Congrats! Wish all our 2021 graduates can have a bright future!
On June 6, 2021, Ma’s group (C1 Chemistry & Technology Laboratory) and Gonglab (Energy & Catalysis Adventure Team) held a basketball match. At 5:30 p.m., the game started and lasted about 45 minutes. In the end, Gonglab won by a nose. We shook hands and discussed about the next game.
Huimin Li, Bin Liu, Xianhua Zhang, Chengsheng Yang, and Guodong Sun passed their dissertation defense today. Congrats! List of the thesis titles: Huimin Li: Targeted Control and Effective Utillization of Charge Carriers in Silicon PhotocathodeBin Liu: Rational Design of Si-based Photoelectrodes and Exploration of their Performance in Artificial Photosynthesiss Xianhua Zhang: Design of Oxygen Carriers […]
Shijia Sun, Zichen Gong, Ran Luo, Dongfang Cheng, Tingting Zhang, Yang Wu, Chengjie Zhao, and Yiyi Xu passed their dissertation defense today. Congrats! List of the thesis titles: Shijia Sun: Design of Active Sites on the GaOx Surface in Propane Dehydrogenation from Density Functional TheoryZichen Gong: Construction for Efficient Unbiased Water Splitting Devices Based on […]
On May 16, 2021, Ma’s group (C1 Chemistry & Technology Laboratory) and Gonglab (Energy & Catalysis Adventure Team) held a football match. Two teachers, Sheng Zhang of Ma’s group and Peng Zhang of Gonglab, took part in the friendly competition. Students of Gonglab who participated in the match were listed as follows. The first row, […]
Cu‐based electrocatalysts can effectively facilitate carbon dioxide electrochemical reduction (CO2ER) to produce multi‐carbon products. However, the roles of Cu0 and Cu+ and the mechanistic understanding remain elusive. This paper describes the controllable construction of Cu0-Cu+ sites derived from the well‐dispersed cupric oxide supported on copper phyllosilicate lamella to enhance CO2ER performance. Specifically, 20% Cu/CuSiO3 shows […]
Bimetallic nanoparticle catalysts attract extensive attention for relevant catalysis processes due to their flexible structures, while the structure evolution under specific conditions is ambiguous. This paper describes the structure evolution of Pt-Sn bimetallic nanoparticles for catalytic dehydrogenation, especially Sn segregation for surface recovery of a Pt-Sn alloy. An acid etching-reduction process was adopted to investigate […]
Prof. Jinlong Gong and Prof. Chunlei Pei are invited to comment on a newly published article on Science, which is reported by Peter C. Stair and Justin M. Notestein from Northwestern University. “The methodology exemplifies the strategy of mediating the transport of key intermediates across various catalytic sites and integrating multiple reactions sequentially.” The comment: […]
Prof. Jinlong Gong joined the Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Editorial Board of Fundamental Research, congrats! http://www.keaipublishing.com/cn/journals/fundamental-research/editorial-board/