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【学术报告】12月5日 The development and characterization of new materials for fuel cells, batteries and molecular assemblies for molecular electronics

报告题目:The development and characterization of new materials for fuel cells, batteries and molecular assemblies for molecular                          electronics

 

报告人:Héctor D. Abruña 美国康奈尔大学教授, 美国科学院院士,美国科学与艺术学院院士

 

报告时间:2018年12月5日14:00-15:30pm

 

报告地点: 图书馆中心会议室

 

 

 

报告摘要:

 

       Our research effort takes an interdisciplinary approach to the study of electrochemical phenomena. We focus on the development and characterization of new materials using a wide variety of techniques for fuel cells, batteries, and molecular assemblies for molecular electronics. We employ electrochemical techniques as probes of a variety of chemical systems, and we use other techniques such as x-ray based methods, differential electrochemical mass spectrometry, in-situ FT-IR, scanned probe microscopies, scanning electrochemical microscopy, low temperature conductance and spectroscopic techniques to address problems of electrochemical interest.

 

 

人物简介:

 

        Héctor D. Abruña, Emile M. Chamot professor of  Cornell University in the United States, is a member of United States National Academy of Sciences (NAS); member of American Academy of Arts and Sciences(AAAS); fellow of American Electrochemical Society(ECS); fellow of American Chemical Society (ACS). Prof. Abruña has worked in Cornell University over 35 years and has long been engaged in research and contributions to fuel cells, lithium ions batteries, electrochemical analysis, and molecular electronics. To date, more than 450 papers have been published in journals such as Nature, Science, Nat. Mat., Nat. Comm., JACS, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. et al. Prof. Abruña’s group synthesizes a variety of novel, tailored inorganic complexes and organic battery materials, and also employs various electrochemical techniques including X-ray, STM, SECM, NMR, nanoscale fabrication, SEM, TEM and DEMS to drive discovery of new chemical and electrochemical properties.

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