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Jun YANG

Professor

Department of:   Chemical Engineering

Phone:  86-21-54747667

Email:  yangj723@sjtu.edu.cn

 

CV of Professor Jun Yang
Professor Jun Yang received his Ph.D. degree from Muenster University, Germany in 1995 and completed his postdoctoral work in Graz University of Technology, Austria in 1997. Then, he worked in Mie University, Japan, as a research fellow and in Shanghai Institute of Microsystems and Information Technology, CAS as a senior fellow. Since 2003 he has been professor in Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University. His research interests are in rechargeable lithium (or magnesium, sodium) batteries and electroactive materials. In particular, he focuses his researches on Li-alloy anode materials for Li-ion batteries, rechargeable Li-S battery and key materials for rechargeable Mg battery. More than 160 papers have been published with a total SCI citation of 8000 and H-index 50.

 

Representative publications
1. Xiaowei Miao, Zhenying Chen, Nan Wang, Yanna Nuli, Jiulin Wang, Jun Yang*, Shin-ichi Hirano, Electrospun V2MoO8 as a cathode material for rechargeable batteries with Mg metal anode, Nano Energy 2017, 34, 26-35
2. Zhixin Xu, Jiulin Wang, Jun Yang*, Xiaowei Miao, Renjie Chen, Ji Qian, and Rongrong Miao, Enhanced performance of a lithium-sulfur battery using a carbonate-based electrolyte, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2016, 55,10372 -10375
3. Yitian Bie, Jun Yang*, Xiaolin Liu, Jiulin Wang, Yanna Nuli, and Wei Lu, Polydopamine wrapping silicon cross-linked with polyacrylic acid as high-performance anode for lithium-ion batteries, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2016, 8, 2899−2904
4. Rongrong Miao, Jun Yang*, Zhixin Xu, Jiulin Wang, Yanna Nuli & Limin Sun, A new ether-based electrolyte for dendrite-free lithium-metal based rechargeable batteries, Scientific Reports 2016 | 6:21771 | DOI: 10.1038/srep21771
5. Jinhui Zhu, Jun Yang*, Rongrong Miao, Zhaoquan Yao, Xiaodong Zhuang* and Xinliang Feng, Nitrogen-enriched, ordered mesoporous carbons for potential electrochemical energy storage, J. Mater. Chem. A, 2016,  4, 2286–2292
6. Jiulin Wang*, Yu-Shi He, Jun Yang*, Sulfur-Based Composite Cathode Materials for High-Energy Rechargeable Lithium Batteries, Adv. Mater. 2015, 27, 569–575
7. Xuejiao Feng, Jun Yang*, Yitian Bie, Jiulin Wang, Yanna Nuli and Wei Lu, Nano/micro-structured Si/CNT/C composite from nano-SiO2 for high power lithium ion batteries, Nanoscale, 2014,  6, 12532–12539
8. Qingwen Lu, Jianhua Fang, Jun Yang*, Rongrong Miao, Jiulin Wang, Yanna Nuli,Novel cross-linked copolymer gel electrolyte supported by hydrophilic polytetrafluoroethylene for rechargeable lithium batteries, Journal of Membrane Science 2014, 449, 176–183
9. Kai Wu, Jun Yang*, Yang Liu, Yao Zhang, Chenyun Wang, Jinmei Xu, Feng Ning, Deyu Wang*, Investigation on gas generation of Li4Ti5O12/ LiNi1/3Co1/3Mn1/3O2 cells at elevated temperature, J. Power Sources 2013,  237, 285-290
10. Y.S. Guo, F. Zhang*, J. Yang*, F.F. Wang, Y.N. NuLi and S. Hirano, Boron-based electrolyte solutions with wide electrochemical windows for rechargeable magnesium batteries, Energy Environ. Sci. 2012, 5, 9100-9106
11. Shaohua Liu, Haiping Jia, Lu Han, Jiulin Wang, Pengfei Gao, Dongdong Xu, Jun Yang* and Shunai Che*, Nanosheet-constructed porous TiO2-B for advanced lithium ion batteries, Adv. Mater. 2012,  24, 3201–3204
12. L.C. Yin, J.L. Wang*, F.J. Lin, J. Yang* and Y.N. Nuli, Polyacrylonitrile/graphene composite as a precursor to a sulfur-based cathode material for high-rate rechargeable Li–S batteries, Energy Environ. Sci. 2012,  5, 6966-6972
13. H.P. Jia, P.F. Gao, J. Yang*, J.L. Wang, Y.N. Nuli and Z. Yang, Novel three-dimensional mesoporous silicon for high power lithium-ion battery anode material, Adv. Energy Mater. 2011, 1, 1036-1039
14. Hongbin Zhao, Lei Li, Jun Yang*, Yongming Zhang, Hong Li, Synthesis and characterization of bimetallic Pt-Fe/polypyrrole-carbon catalyst as DMFC anode catalyst, Electrochem. Commun. 2008,  10, 876-879
15. Yanqiang Wang, Jiulin Wang, Jun Yang*, Yanna Nuli, High-rate LiFePO4 electrode material synthesized by a novel route from FePO44H2O, Adv. Fun. Mater. 2006, 16, 2135-2140