Dr. Changhao Liang, As a professor, he has been working in Lab of Nanostructured Materials, Institute of Solid State Physics (ISSP) since 2007. He received his PhD from Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2001. From 2001 to 2008, He did research in MPI for Metal Research in Germany, AIST, NIMS and JST in Japan as visiting scholar, post-doctor and JST-project researcher, in 2008, he joined ISSP as a "Hundred Talents Program" researcher of CAS. His research was partially supported by project of National Science foundation of China, National Basic Research Program of China (973) and others.
His main research interests lie in Nanoionics-based Memory materials and devices, Laser-Materials Interactions in Liquids and New nanomaterials, Nanostructured Materials for Energy and & Environmental Applications.
Bachelor (1991−1995): Zhengzhou University (ZZU), Zhengzhou, China.
Master (1995 −1998): Zhengzhou University (ZZU), Zhengzhou, China.
Doctor (1998 −2001): Institute of Solid State Physics (ISSP), CAS, Hefei, China.
11/2008 ~ present: Professor, Institute of Solid State Physics, CAS, Hefei, China.
4/2008~10/2008: Visiting Researcher, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan.
4/2004~3/2008: Postdoctoral Fellow, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan.
5/2002~4/2004: JSPS Postdoctoral Fellow, National Institute of Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan.
7/2001~10/2001: Visiting Researcher, Max-Planck Institute für Metallforschung, Stuttgart, Germany.
Postdoc and PhD students who have interests in nanoscale science and technology with solid backgrounds of physics, materials science and chemistry are kindly welcome.
Institute of Solid State Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.O. Box 1129, Anhui, Hefei 230031, China
1. J. Liu, J, Y. Y. Cai, Z. F. Tian, G. S. Ruan, Y. X. Ye, C. H. Liang*, G.S. Shao, Highly oriented Ge-doped hematite nanosheet arrays for photoelectrochemical water oxidation, Nano Energy. 2014, 9, 282-290.
2. H.M. Zhang, C.H. Liang*, J. Liu, Z.F. Tian, G.S. Shao, The formation of onion-like carbon-encapsulated cobalt carbide core/shell nanoparticles by the laser ablation of metallic cobalt in acetone, Carbon. 2013, 55, 108-115.
3. J. Liu, C.H. Liang*, Z.F. Tian, S.Y. Zhang, G.S. Shao, Spontaneous Growth and Chemical Reduction Ability of Ge Nanoparticles, Scientific Reports. 2013, 3, 1741.
4. Liu J, Liang CH*, Zhang HM, Tian ZF, Zhang SY, “Silicon-doped hematite nanosheets with superlattice structure”, Chemical Communications, 2011, 47, 8040-8042.
5. Liang CH*, Terabe K, Hasegawa T, R. Negishi, T. Tamura and M. Aono. “Ionic-electronic conductor nanostructures: Template-confined growth and nonlinear electrical transport”. 2005, SMALL 1 (10): 971-975.
6. Liang CH*, Terabe K, Tsuruoka T, Osada M, Hasegawa T, Aono M. “AgI/Ag Heterojunction Nanowire: Facile Electrochecmial Synthesis, Photoluminescence, and Enhanced Ionic Conductivity”, ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS, 2007, 17,1466-1472.
7. Liang CH*, Shimizu Y, Masuda M, Sasaki T, Koshizaki N Preparation of layered zinc hydroxide/surfactant nanocomposite by pulsed-laser ablation in a liquid medium 2004, CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS 16 (6): 963-965.
8. Liang CH*, Meng GW, Lei Y, Phillipp F, Zhang LD. Catalytic growth of semiconducting In2O3 nanofibers ADVANCED MATERIALS 2001, 13 (17): 1330-1333.