Prof. Guoxiong Wang is now the group leader of electrocatalytic conversion of carbon-based resources. His research interests include highly efficient electrocatalytic materials and processes for electrochemical energy conversion and storage, such as electrocatalytic reduction of CO2, fuel cells and zinc-air battery, etc. Prof. Guoxiong Wang has published over 70 papers and held 15 patents.
Prof. Guoxiong Wang received his B.S. from Wuhan University in 2000 and Ph. D. in physical chemistry from Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (DICP), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) in 2006. After working at Catalysis Research Center, Hokkaido University, Japan from 2007 to 2010 as postdoctoral researcher, he joined joined State Key Laboratory of Catalysis, DICP as an associate professor and was promoted to a full professor in 2015.
Ph. D, Physical Chemistry– Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences 09/2000~05/2006
Bachelor, Chemistry – Wuhan University 09/1996~07/2000
Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences 06/2006~08/2007
Research Associate, Assistant Professor
Catalysis Research Center, Hokkaido University, Japan
Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences 12/2007~06/2015
Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences 06/2015~present
1. Electrocatalytic reduction of CO2
2. Oxygen reduction and evolution reactions
3. In situ electrocatalytic characterization
1. D. F. Gao, Y. Zhang, Z. W. Zhou, F. Yang*, G. X. Wang*, X. H. Bao* et al., Enhancing CO2 electroreduction with the metal-oxide interface, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2017, 139, 5652-5655.
2. Y. F. Ye, F. Cai, G. X. Wang*, Y. S. Li*, X. H. Bao* et al., Surface functionalization of ZIF-8 with ammonium ferric citrate toward high exposure of Fe-N active sites for efficient oxygen and carbon dioxide electroreduction, Nano Energy, 2017, 38, 281-289.
3. Y. F. Ye, Y. S. Li*, G. X. Wang*, X. H. Bao et al., Two-dimensional mesoporous carbon doped with Fe-N active sites for efficient oxygen reduction, ACS Catalysis, 2017, 7, 7638-7646.
4. F. Cai, G. X. Wang*, X. H. Bao* et al., Electrochemical promotion of catalysis over Pd nanoparticles for CO2 reduction, Chemical Science, 2017, 8, 2569-2573.
5. H. H. Wu, H. B. Li, G. X. Wang*, X. H. Bao* et al., Highly doped and exposed Cu(I)-N active sites within graphene towards efficient oxygen reduction for zinc-air battery, Energy & Environment Science, 2016, 9, 3736-3745.
6. H. H. Wu, J. Wang, G. X. Wang*, X. H. Bao* et al., High-performance bifunctional oxygen electrocatalyst derived from iron and nickel substituted perfluorosulfonic acid/polytetrafluoroethylene copolymer, Nano Energy, 2016, 30, 801-809.
7. Z. Yin, D. F. Gao, G. X. Wang*, D. Ma*, X. H. Bao, et al., Highly selective palladium-copper bimetallic electrocatalysts for the electrochemical reduction of CO2 to CO, Nano Energy, 2016, 27, 35-43.
8. D. F. Gao, H. Zhu, G. X. Wang*, J. G. Wang*, X. H. Bao, et al., Size-dependent electrocatalytic reduction of CO2 over Pd nanoparticles, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2015, 137, 4288-4291.
9. J. Wang, H. H. Wu, D. F. Gao, G. X. Wang*, X. H. Bao*, et al., High-density iron nanoparticles encapsulated within nitrogen-doped carbon nanoshell as efficient oxygen electrocatalyst for zinc-air battery, Nano Energy, 2015, 13, 387-396.
10. J. Wang, G. X. Wang*, X. H. Bao, et al., Cobalt nanoparticles encapsulated in nitrogen-doped carbon as bifunctional catalyst for water electrolysis, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2014, 2, 20067-20074.