Higher Degree by Research Candidate
School of Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials
Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences
I received my B.E. from East China University of Science and Technology and my M.E. from Shanghai Jiao Tong University. I am currently a Ph.D. candidate at the School of Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials under the supervision of Prof. Shi-Zhang Qiao. My research focuses on development and design of functional nanomaterials for clean energy conversion processes including electrocatalysis and batteries.
Year Citation 2020 Ye, C., Chao, D., Shan, J., Li, H., Davey, K., & Qiao, S. (2020). Unveiling the Advances of 2D Materials for Li/Na-S Batteries Experimentally and Theoretically. Matter, 2(2), 323-344.
2019 Shan, J., Guo, C., Zhu, Y., Chen, S., Song, L., Jaroniec, M., . . . Qiao, S. (2019). Charge-redistribution-enhanced nanocrystalline Ru@IrOx electrocatalysts for oxygen evolution in acidic media. Chem, 5(2), 445-459.
DOI Scopus51 WoS46
2019 Shan, J., Ling, T., Davey, K., Zheng, Y., & Qiao, S. (2019). Transition-metal-doped ruIr bifunctional nanocrystals for overall water splitting in acidic environments. Advanced Materials, 31(17), e1900510.
DOI Scopus55 WoS55 Europe PMC4
2019 Shan, J., Zheng, Y., Shi, B., Davey, K., & Qiao, S. (2019). Regulating electrocatalysts via surface and interface engineering for acidic water electrooxidation. ACS Energy Letters, 4(11), 2719-2730.
DOI Scopus8 WoS9
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