Group Members and Collaborators



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Collaborators

Name Collaboration
Prof. P. von. R. Schleyer,
Graham Perdue Professor, Department of Chemistry,
University of Georgia,
Athens, Georgia, USA.
  • Fullerenes and Carbon Nanotubes
  • Electron-Delocalization in Inorganic Clusters
Dr. Zhongfang Chen,
Research Associate, Department of Chemistry,
University of Georgia,
Athens, Georgia, USA.
  • Fullerenes and Carbon Nanotubes
  • Electron-Delocalization in Inorganic Clusters
Prof. M. C. Lin,
Department of Chemistry,
Emory University,
Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
  • Gas-Surface Reactions.
Prof. Feng Deng,
Wuhan Institute of Mathematics and Physics,
Chinese Academy of Sciences,
Wuhan, Hubei, CHINA.
  • Solid State NMR
  • Surface Chemistry & Catalysis
Prof. Chun-Ru Wang,
Institute of Chemistry,
Chinese Academy of Sciences,
Beijing.
  • Novel Fullerenes.
Prof. Zichao Tang,
Institute of Chemical Physics,
Chinese Academy of Sciences,
Dalian.
  • Novel inorganic clusters and underlying structural/electronic rules.


Graduate Students

Name PhotoResearch
Jia Li,
Ph.D candidate (Join us in Nov. 2004 as an undergraduate, became Ph.D candidate in Sept. 2006.)
Electronic Structures and Properties of Metallofullerenes.
Xinghua Liang,
Ph.D. candidate (Join us in May. 2006 as undergraduate student.)
  • Physical chemistry of small Homo-Lumo gap molecules
Qiao He,
Ph.D. candidate (Join us in May. 2008 as an undergraduate student.)
  • Mechanism of Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Catalytic Reactions
  • Structures of Novel fullerenes.
Ting Dong,
M.S. candidate (Join us in May. 2008 as an undergraduate student.)
  • Isolobal Analogy and the Structural rule for Au/N clusters
Hui Zeng,
MS candidate (Joined us in Sept. 2005)
Chemistry of Germabenzene


Former Members

Name PhotoResearch
Li Chen,
M.S. student(Join us in Sept. 2006, left to Fuzhou without finishing his M.S. thesis in Feb. 2010)
  • Mechanism of complex asymmetric organic reactions
Yuhua Zhou,
Ph.D (Joined in Sept. 2005, graduated in Dec. 2008, moved to NAS, Singapore as a postdoc. )
Formerly working with Prof. G. C. Wang at Nakai University for her M.S. degree (2002-2005).
  • Novel Hybrid Nanostructural Systems.
  • Physical chemistry of small Homo-Lumo gap molecules such as TTF-sigma-TCNQ and TTF-sigma-BQ etc.
Yifan Hu,
M.S.(Joined us as an undergraduate in Feb. 2004, graduated in July 2007)
  • Theoretical Simulation of Complex Chemical Processes Related to Asymmetic Synthesis and Biochemistry.
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Xin Wu,
M.S. (Joined us as an undergraduate in Feb. 2005, Got M.S. degree in June. 2008, Continue Ph.D study supervisored by Prof. Walter Thiel in Max-Planck-Institut fr Kohlenforschung, Germany.)
Electronic Structures of Novel Endofullerenes.
Shiping Yue,
M.S. (Joined us in Sept. 2005, graduated in 2008 and currently working in Xiamen)
Electron-Delicalization and Aromaticity in Inorganic Clusters/Ions.
Mengping Zhu,
M.S. (Joined us as an undergraduate in March 2003, graduated in June, 2006, and moved to Georgetown University, USA for Ph.D)
Theoretical Study of Chemisorption and CVD Processes on the Surfaces of IV-group Semiconductors.
Xiang Wang,
Undergraduate (Join us in Sept. 2005, moved to another group in Sept. 2006)
Fullerene Chemistry.
Weipeng Cai,
Undergraduate (Join us in Sept. 2005, moved to another group in Sept. 2006)
Fullerene Chemistry.
Qinghong Yuan,
MS(graduated in July. 2005, and Moved to CUHK for Ph.D)
  • Theoretical Prediction of Chemical Modification of the Sidewall of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes (SWNT).
Zheng Guo,
MS(graduated in Aug. 2005 and Moved to USTC for Ph.D)
  • Theoretical Study of Chemisorption and CVD Processes on the Surfaces of IV-group Semiconductors.
  • Mechanism for CO2-fixation Catalyzed by MgO nanoparticles.
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Xinlan Wang,
MS(graduated in Sept. 2004, and continue her Ph.D study with Prof. X. Xu at Xiamen Univ.)
  • Theoretical Study of Chemisorption and CVD Processes on the Surfaces of IV-group Semiconductors.
  • Theoretical Study of the Gas-Phase Reaction Related to HONO.
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Feng Tian,
MS(graduated in Sept. 2004)
  • Theoretical Prediction of Chemical Modification of the Sidewall of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes (SWNT).
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Zhiping Zeng,
Undergraduate(joined in Apr. 2004, and left in Mar. 2005 to continue his undergraduate research work in Prof. Yufen Zhao's Lab.)
  • Mechanism for Phenol-catalyzed Epoxidation of Olefin