Nano and Interfacial Catalysis Group

Prof. Guoxiong Wang

State Key Laboratory of Catalysis (SKLC)
Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (DICP)
Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)
457 Zhongshan Road,116023 Dalian P.R. China
Tel: +86 13610967696
Fax: +86 411 84694447

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 120 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. He was supported by National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars in 2021.


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                                                                                     09/2007~12/2010

Postdoctoral researcher

Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences                                                                 12/2007~06/2015

Associate Professor

Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences                                                                 06/2015~present



The research focuses on the electrocatalytic conversion of carbon- based small molecules such as CO2, CO and CH4 to fuels and chemicals, including catalyst design and preparation, electrochemical in-situ dynamic characterization, electrolytic devices and technologies, etc.


· Natural Science Foundation of China:

Electrocatalysis for carbon based energy(22125205), 2022/01-2026/12

Regulation of metal/oxide interface confinement catalysis on the activity and selectivity of electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide(2157031152), 2016/01-2019/12

· National Key R&D Program of China:

Project number 2017YFA0700102, Preparation of high-value added products from CO2 and CH4 by electro-thermal coupling catalysis(2017YFA0700102),2018/05-2023/04


[1]  J. Sang, P. Wei, T. Liu, H. Lv, X. Ni, D. Gao, J. Zhang, H. Li, Y. Zang, F. Yang, Z. Liu, G. Wang*, X. Bao, A Reconstructed Cu2P2O7 Catalyst for Selective CO2 Electroreduction to Multicarbon Products, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2022, 61, e202114238.

[2]  H. Lv, L. Lin, X. Zhang, R. Li, Y. Song, H. Matsumoto, N. Ta, C. Zeng, Q. Fu, G. Wang*, X. Bao, Promoting Exsolution of RuFe Alloy Nanoparticles on Sr2Fe1.4Ru0.1Mo0.5O6-δ via Repeated Redox Manipulations for CO2 Electrolysis, Nature Communications, 2021, 12, 5665.

[3]  H. Li, T. Liu, P. Wei, L.Lin, D. Gao,* G. Wang*, X. Bao, High-Rate CO2 Electroreduction to C2+ Products over a Copper-Copper Iodide Catalyst, Angewandte Chemie International Edition. 2021, 60, 14329-14333.

[4]  H. Lv, L. Lin, X. Zhang, Y. Song, H. Matsumoto, C. Zeng, N. Ta, W. Liu, D. Gao, G. Wang*, X. Bao, In Situ Investigation of Reversible Exsolution/Dissolution of CoFe Alloy Nanoparticles in a Co-Doped Sr2Fe1.5Mo0.5O6-δCathode for CO2 Electrolysis, Advanced materials, 2020, 32, 1906193.

[5]  K. Ye, Z. Zhou, J. Shao, L. Lin, D. Gao, N. Ta, R. Si, G. Wang*, X. Bao, In Situ Reconstruction of a Hierarchical Sn-Cu/SnOx Core/Shell Catalyst for High-Performance CO2 Electroreduction, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2020, 59, 4814-4821.

[6]  Y. Song, L. Lin, W. Feng, X. Zhang, Q. Dong, X. Li, H. Lv, Q. Liu, F. Yang, Z. Liu, G. Wang*, X. Bao, Interfacial Enhancement by γ-Al2O3 of Electrochemical Oxidative Dehydrogenation of Ethane to Ethylene in Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cells. Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2019, 58, 16043-16046.

[7]  C. Yan, H. Li, Y. Ye, H. Wu, F. Cai, R. Si, J. Xiao, S. Miao, S. Xie, F. Yang, Y. Li, G. Wang*, X. Bao*, Coordinatively Unsaturated Nickel-nitrogen Sites towards Selective and High-rate CO2 Electroreduction, Energy & Environment Science, 2018, 11, 1204-1210.

[8]  D. Gao, Y.Zhang, Z. Zhou, F. Cai, X. Zhao, W. Huang, Y. Li, J. Zhu, P. Liu, F. Yang*, G. Wang*, X. Bao*, Enhancing CO2 Electroreduction with the Metal-oxide Interface, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2017, 139, 5652-5655.

[9]  H. Wu, H. Li, X. Zhao, Q. Liu, J. Wang, J. Xiao, S. Xie, R. Si, F. Yang, S. Miao, X. Guo, G. Wang*, X. Bao*, 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.

[10]  D. Gao, H. Zhou, J. Wang, S. Miao, F. Yang, G. Wang*, J. Wang*, X. Bao, Size-dependent Electrocatalytic Reduction of CO2 over Pd Nanoparticles, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2015, 137, 4288-4291.

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