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Guanghai LI

Dr. Guanghai Li, Professor, Director of Nanomaterials and Nanostructure Laboratory, Institute of Solid State Physics (ISSP), Hefei Institutes of Physical Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).


Education background and Working experiences
He graduated from Jilin University and got Bachelor degree in 1982. He received his M. S. and Ph. D degrees in condensed mater physics from ISSPCAS. He was invited to do research in the University of Waterloo, Canada, as a visiting scholar for nearly two years; he worked at York University and University College London, UK, as visiting professor. He was appointed as a full professor in ISSPCAS since April 1998.

Research interests
Dr. Li`s current research focuses on the optical and electronic properties of nanomaterials and nanostructure, and appication techniques in environment and energy fields. Now he is undertaking and participating several research projects supported by National Natural Science Foundation and "973" Programs, He has published nearly 200 papers, authorized 15 invention patents and honored 4 national and provincial awards, So far, 25 students for Ph. D and 8 students for M.S. have graduated under his supervise.

Opportunities
The students with backgrounds of physics and/or material science are preferably welcome.


Contact information
Tel: 0551-65591437
Email: ghli@issp.ac.cn
Mailing Address: Institute of Solid State Physics,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Hefei,230031, PRC

Selected Publications
1) S. C. Xu, S. S. Pan, Y. Xu, Y. Y. Luo, Y. X. Zhang and G. H. Li,” Efficient removal of Cr(VI) from wastewater under sunlight by Fe(II)-doped TiO2 spherical shell,” J. Haz. Mater. 283 (2015) 7-13.
2) S. S. Pan, F. D. Li, Q. W. Liu, S. C. Xu, Y. Y. Luo, and G. H. Li, “Strong localization induced anomalous temperature dependence exciton emission above 300 K from SnO2 quantum dots,” J. Appl. Phys. 117 (2015) 173101.
3) S. S. Pan, X. L. Liu, M. Guo, S. F. Yu, H. T. Huang,H. T. Fan and G. H. Li, “Engineering the intermediate band states in amorphous Ti3+-doped TiO2 for hybrid dyesensitized solar cell applications ,” J. Mater. Chem. A, , 3(2015)11437–11443.
4) L. Zhong, M. Li, H. Wang, Y.Y. Luo, J. Pan and G.H. Li, “Star-shaped VO2 (M) Nanoparticles Film with High Thermochromic Performance,” CrystEngComm,  17 (2015) 5614 – 5619.
5) Y. Xu, S. C. Xu, S. Wang,Y. X. Zhang and G. H. Li, “Citric acid modulated electrochemical synthesis and photocatalytic behavior of BiOCl nanoplates with exposed {001} facets,” Dalton Trans. 43 (2014) 479-485.
6) L. Li and G. H. L, “One-dimensional Bi-based Nanostructures for Thermoelectrics,” pp. 237-254, invited book chapter in “Nanoscale Thermoeletrics” X. D. Wang, Z. M. M. Wang editors, Springer (2014).
7) M. Li  X. Wu,  L. Li, Y. X. Wang, D. B. Li, J. Pan, S. J. Li, L. T. Sun and G.H. Li, “Defects-mediated phase transition temperature of VO2 (M) nanoparticles with excellent thermochromic performance and low threshold voltage,” J. Mater. Chem. A 2 (2014) 4520 - 4523.
8) D. B. Li, M. Li, J. Pan, Y. Y. Luo, H. Wu, Y. X. Zhang and G. H. Li, “Hydrothermal synthesis of Mo-doped VO2/TiO2 composite nanocrystals with enhanced thermochromic performance,” ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 6 (2014) 6555–6561.
9) S. Wang, Y. Ding, S. C. Xu, Y. X. Zhang, G. H. Li, L. H. Hu and S. Y. Dai, “TiO2 Nanospheres: A Facile Size-tunable Synthesis and Effective Light Harvesting Layer for Dye-sensitized Solar Cells,” Chem.  Eur. J. 20 (2014) 4916–4920.
10) H. L. Ding, Y. X. Zhang and G. H. Li, “Recent Research Progress on Magnetic Nanocomposites with Silica Shell Structures: Preparation and Nanotheranostic Applications,” Rec. Pat. Nanotech. 8 ( 2014) 117-128.
11) J. W. Su, Y. X. Zhang, S. C Xu, S. Wang, H. L. Ding, S. S. Pan, G. Z. Wang, G. H. Li and H. J. Zhao, “Highly efficient and recyclable triple-shelled Ag@Fe3O4@SiO2@TiO2 photocatalysts for degradation of organic pollutants and reduction of hexavalent chromium ions,” Nanoscale 6(2014) 5181-5192.
12) M. Li, D. B. Li, J. Pan, H. Wu, L. Zhong, Q. Wang, G. H.  Li, “In Situ Triggering and Dynamically Tracking the Phase Transition in Vanadium Dioxide" J. Phys. Chem. C 118 (2014) 16279–16283.
13) L. Li, C. M. Jin, S.C. Xu, J. Y. Yang, H. F. Du and G. H. Li, “Thermal conductivity of a single Bi0.5Sb1.5Te3 single-crystalline nanowire,” Nanotechnology 25 (2014) 415704.
14) S. C. Xu, L. Li, S. S. Pan, Y. Y. Luo, Y. X. Zhang and G. H. Li, “Reversible modulated mid-infrared absorption of Ag/TiO2 by photoinduced interfacial charge transfer,” Appl. Phys. Lett. 105 (2014) 141902.
15) M. Li, S. L. Ji, J. Pan, H. Wu, L. Zhong, Q. Wang, F. D. Li and G. H. Li, “Infrared Response of Self-heating VO2 Nanoparticles Film based on Ag Nanowires Heater,” J. Mater. Chem. A, J. Mater. Chem. A, 2014, 2, 20470-20473.
16) J. M. Xu, L. Li, S. Wang, H. L. Ding, Y. X. Zhang and G. H. Li, “Influence of Sb doping on the structural and optical properties of tin oxide nanocrystals,” CrystEngComm, 15(2013)3296.
17) Y. Y. Liu, Y. X. Zhang, H. D. Ding, S. C. Xu, M. Li, F. Y. Kong, Y. Y. Luo and G. H. Li, “Self-assembly of noble metallic spherical aggregates from monodisperse nanoparticles: their synthesis and pronounced SERS and catalytic properties,” J. Mater. Chem. A, 1 (2013)3362.
18) S. S. Pan, S. F. Fung Yu, Y. X. Zhang, Y. Y. Luo, S. Wang, J. M. Xu and G. H. Li, “Crystallite size-modulated exciton emission in SnO2 nanocrystalline films grown by sputtering,” J. Appl. Phys., 113(2013)143104.
19) Y. Y. Luo, L. Q. Zhu, Y. X. Zhang, S. S. Pan, S. C. Xu, M. Liu and G. H. Li, “Optimization of microstructure and optical properties of VO2 thin film prepared by reactive sputtering,” J. Appl. Phys., 113(2013)183520.
20) M. Li, D. B. Li, J. Pan, J. C. Lin and G. H. Li, “Selective Synthesis of Vanadium Oxides and Investigation the Thermochromic Property of VO2 by Infrared Spectroscopy,” Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 2013 (2013) 1207.
21) S. C. Xu, Y. X. Zhang, Y. Y. Luo, S. Wang, H. L. Ding, J. M. Xu and G. H. Li, “Ag-decorated TiO2 nanograss for 3D SERS-active substrate with visible light self-cleaning and reactivation,” Analyst, 138 (2013) 4519-4525.
22) X. H. Huang, G. H. Li, L. B. Kong and T. Wu, “Anisotropic surface strain in single crystalline cobalt nanowires and its impact on the diameter-dependent Young’s modulus,” Nanoscale, 5(2013) 11643-11648.
23) S. C. Xu, Y. X. Zhang, S. Wang, J. M. Xu, H. L. Ding and G. H. Li, “Structure-enhanced photocatalytic removal of CrVI of TiO2 superstructure with ultrathin rutile nanorods and abundant {110} faces,” Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 2013 (2013) 2601-2607
24) F. Y. Kong, M. Li, X. Y. Yao, J. M. Xu, A. D. Wang, Z. P. Liu, G. H. Li, “Template-free hydrothermal synthesis of VO2 hollow spheres.,” CrystEngComm, 14(2012) 3858.
25) S. Wang, J. M. Xu, H. L. Ding, S. S. Pan, Y. N Zhang and G. H. Li, “Facile synthesis of nitrogen self-doped rutile TiO2 nanorods,” CrystEngComm, 14(2012) 7672.
26) Y. X. Zhang, H.L. Ding, Y. Y. Liu, S. S. Pan, Y. Y. Luo and G. H. Li, “Facile one-step synthesis of plasmonic/magnetic core/shell nanostructures and their multifunctionality,” J. Mater. Chem., 21(2012)10779.
27) H. L. Ding, Y. X. Zhang, S. Wang, J. M. Xu, S. C. Xu and G. H. Li, “Fe3O4@SiO2 core/shell nanoparticles: the silica coating regulations with a single-core for different core sizes and shell thicknesses,” Chem. Mater., 24 (2012) 4572.
28) Y. X. Zhang, S. C. Xu, Y. Y. Luo, S. S. Pan, H. L. Ding and G. H. Li, “Synthesis of mesoporous carbon capsules encapsulated with magnetite nanoparticles and their application in wastewater treatment,” J. Mater. Chem., 21(2011) 3664.
29) M. Li, F. Y. Kong, Y. X. Zhang and G. H. Li, “Hydrothermal synthesis of VO2 (B) nanorings with inorganic V2O5 sol,” CrystEngComm, 13 (2011) 2204.
30) S. C. Xu, Y. X. Zhang, S. S. Pan, H. L. Ding and G. H. Li, “Recyclable magnetic photocatalysts of Fe2+/TiO2 hierarchical architecture with effective removal of Cr(VI) under UV light from water,” J. Hazardous Mater., 196 (2011) 29.


 


 

   
 
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