Jun Chen
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Name: Jun Chen

Special Talent: Changjiang Scholar

Subject: Inorganic Chemistry

Address: A602, Lainhe Building, Nankai University, No.94 Weijin Road, Tianjin 300071, China

Telephone: 022-23506808

Fax: 022-23506808

E-Mail: chenabc@nankai.edu.cn

Website address: http://chem.nankai.edu.cn/dt.aspx?n=A099205158

Research Interest:

Energy materials chemistry;

Nanomaterials and advanced batteries, fuel cells and solar cells.


19851989Dept Chem, Nankai Univ, B.Sc.

19891992Dept Chem, Nankai Univ, M.Sc.

19961999Dept Mater Sci, Wollongong Univ, Ph.D.

19992002, National Institute of AIST Kansai Center, NEDO Researcher.

2002-now, College of Chemistry, Nankai Univ, Professor.

Jun Chen is a member of the Editorial Board of Materials Horizons, Nano Research, Solid State Sciences, J Energy Chemistry, etc. He is the Chairman of the Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (2015-2019). He is a FRSC.

Honors and Awards:

Eward Wicke International Metal Hydride Prize (2002)

The Outstanding Young Scientists (2003)

The Cheung Kong Scholars (2005)

Tianjin Natural Science 1st Prize (2006)

Chinese Electrochemistry Young Prize (2007)

Liu DaGang Young Prize (2008)

General Motors (China) Investment Award (2009),

Innovation Team Leader of Ministry of Education (2010)

National 973 Chief Scientists (2010)

National Natural Science Award (2nd class) (2011)

Australia China Alumni Award for Research and Innovation (Australia China Alumni Association, 2012)

Chinese Electrochemistry Contribution Award (2013)

The million plan innovation talents (2013)

Selected publications:

1. Chun Li, Xiaopeng Han, Fangyi Cheng*, Yuxiang Hu, Chengcheng Chen, Jun Chen*, Phase and composition controllable synthesis of cobalt manganese spinel nanoparticles towards efficient oxygen electrocatalysis, Nature Commun. 2015, 6, 7345.

2. Kai Zhang, Xiaopeng Han, Zhe Hu, Xiaolong Zhang, Zhanliang Tao, Jun Chen*, Nanostructured Mn--based oxides for electrochemical energy storage and conversion, Chem. Soc. Rev. 2015, 44, 699-728.

3. Mao Liang, Jun Chen*, Arylamine origanic dyes for dye-sensitized solar cells, Chem. Soc. Rev. 2013, 42(8), 3453-3488.

4. Fangyi Cheng, Jun Chen*, Metal-air batteries: from oxygen reduction electrochemistry to cathode catalysts, Chem. Soc. Rev. 2012, 41(6), 2172-2192.

5. Fangyi Cheng*, Jun Chen*, Lithium-air batteries: Something from nothing, Nature Chem. 2012, 4(12), 962-963.

6. Fangyi Cheng, Jian Shen, Bo Peng, Yuede Pan, Zhanliang Tao, Jun Chen*, Rapid room-temperature synthesis of nanocrystalline spinels as oxygen reduction and evolution electrocatalysts, Nature Chem. 2011, 3(1), 79-84.

7. Jun Chen*, Fangyi Cheng, Combination of Lightweight Elements and Nanostructured Materials for Batteries, Acc. Chem. Res. 2009, 42(6), 713-723.

8. 陈军、陶占良编著,21世纪化学丛书《能源化学》(北京,2014年第二版)。

9. 陈军、陶占良编著,《化学电源:原理、技术与应用》(北京,2006年第一版)。

10. 陈军、李岱昕译,《可持续世界的能源:从石油时代到太阳能将来》(北京,2014年)。

As the guest editor, he has edited the special issues of 10th China Hydrogen Energy Conference (CHEC) in Int. J. Hydrogen Energy (2010), Key Sci & Tech of Li Batteries in Chinese Sci. Bull. (2013), and Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion in J. Energy Chem. (2014).