Prof XU Zhichuan Jason
Dr Xu received his PhD training from Lanzhou University, Institute of Physics, CAS, and Brown University (2002-2008). He worked in State University of New York at Binghamton as a Research Associate (2007-2009) and then he worked in Massachusetts Institute of Technology as a Postdoctoral Researcher (2009-2012). Dr Xu's research interests include electrochemistry, catalysis, energy storage, magnetic nanomaterials and sensors.
Singapore - NTU
C4T IRP 2
- Electrochemical energy storage
- Electrochemical interfaces
- Electrochemical sensors
- Magnetic nanomaterials
- Chemistry for materials recycle
Mikhaylov, AA; Medvedev, AG; Grishanov, DA; Sladkevich, S; Gun, J; Prikhodchenko, PV; Xu, ZCJ; Nagasubramanian, A; Srinivasan, M; Lev, O. (2018). Vanadium Oxide Thin Film Formation on Graphene Oxide by Microexplosive Decomposition of Ammonium Peroxovanadate and Its Application as a Sodium Ion Battery Anode. Langmuir, 34(8), 2741-2747.
H. Liao, C. Wei, J. Wang, S. Xi, Z. Feng, Y. Du, A. Fisher, T. Sritharan, Z. J. Xu. (2017). A Multisite Strategy for Enhancing the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction at Nano-Pd Surface in Alkaline. Advanced Energy Materials, .
H. Liao, A. Fisher, Z. J. Xu. (2015). Surface segregation in bimetallic nanoparticles: a critical issue in electrocatalyst engineering. Small, 11(27), 3221.
H. T. Tan, X. Rui, H. Yu, W. Liu, C. Xu, Z. Xu, H. H. Hng, Q. Yan. (2014). Aqueous-Based Chemical Route Toward Ambient Preparation of Multi-component Core-Shell Nanotubes. ACS Nano, 8(4), 4004–4014.