Dr. Zhikun Wu
Small size, wonderful world! The atomically mono-disperse ultrasmall metal nanoparticles (less than ~3nm) emerging as a novel materials have become a focus of attention in a wide range of fields, from chemistry to physics and nanotechnology in recent years, not only due to their intriguing physicochemical properties, but also due to their promising applications in a number of fields such as catalysis, optics, chemical sensing, and biomedicine. Our works focus on the synthesis, property and application (environmental, energetic, and biomedical) researches of such “small package”.
Postdoc and graduate student positions are available in the lab. Students and postdocs with strong background in chemistry/materials are very welcome, especially those with high self-motivation are highly preferred.