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  • 2020-04-17
    Assistant Professor Fuzeng Ren (Department of Materials Science and Engineering) has led his research team to make essential findings in the development of novel wear-resistant alloys. His team’s research results have been published in the high-impact top journal Acta Materialia (IF = 7.293) titled “Achieving exceptional wear resistance in a compositionally complex alloy via tuning the interfacial structure and chemistry.” The team proposed a novel strategy to achieve ultra-high wear resistance through tuning the grain boundary structure and chemical composition of the alloy.
  • 2020-04-10
    SUSTech Associate Professor Meng Gu (Materials Science and Engineering) and his research team have played a vital role in a collaborative paper that was published in the high-impact academic journal, Nature Catalysis. The paper was titled, “Reversible loss of core-shell structure for Ni–Au bimetallic nanoparticles during CO2 hydrogenation.”
  • 2020-04-03
    Associate Professor Yonghong Deng (Materials Science and Engineering) has led her research team to publish their latest research progress in new lithium salts in the high-impact academic journal, Advanced Energy Materials (IF = 24.88). Their paper was titled, “New Lithium Salt Forms Interphases Suppressing Both Li Dendrite and Polysulfide Shuttling.” Nano Letters (IF = 12.7) published a second paper, under the title, “Lithophilic Zn Sites in Porous CuZn Alloy Induced Uniform Li Nucleation and Dendrite-free Metal Deposition.”
  • 2020-04-03
    With the world grappling with a wide range of issues around energy supply and use, a group of interdisciplinary scholars from Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech) has made new findings in three distinct areas of material science.
  • 2020-03-29
    A series of advances by researchers at Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech) has seen their papers published as cover stories or feature stories in leading academic journals. Associate Professor Chun Cheng (Materials Science and Engineering) has led his research team to publish a series of vital research papers in micro-nano functional materials and devices.
  • 2020-03-20
    New research out of Shenzhen is using a revolutionary technique to improve a wide range of green technologies such as hydrogen production, selective hydrogen peroxide reduction, and carbon dioxide reduction.
  • 2020-01-11
    SUSTech Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) Associate Professor Guo Chuanfei has worked with collaborators at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to make a significant breakthrough in flexible pressure sensors. Nature Communications recently published their paper under the title, “Graded intrafillable architecture-based iontronic pressure sensor with ultra-broad-range high sensitivity.”
  • 2020-01-06
    An interdisciplinary research team at Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech) led by Associate Professor Gu Meng (Department of Materials Science and Engineering) and Associate Professor Xu Hu (Department of Physics) have had their paper published in Advanced Science (IF = 15.804). Their article was titled “Sub‐3 nm Intermetallic Ordered Pt3In Clusters for Oxygen Reduction Reaction,” with an examination of ultra-nano-intermetallic compounds.
  • 2019-12-05
    Professor Gu Meng from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) at Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech) has led his research group to design several experiments that have made full use of in-situ TEM technology to observe dynamic changes in catalytic structures during reactions. The results were published in top academic journals Small and ACS Nano.
  • 2019-11-29
    SUSTech and Professor Hailiang Wang from the Department of Chemistry at Yale University have worked together in significantly improving electrocatalytic reduction of carbon dioxide. Their paper was published in Nature under the title of “Domino electroreduction of CO2 to methanol on a molecular catalyst.”
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