Qiang Wang

Ph.D., Professor

College of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Lanzhou University

Research Group

Introduction

        Qiang Wang received a B.S. degree from Wuhan University in 1999. He then joined Prof. Yi Chen’s group at the Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences as a graduate student and performed research in the field of Capillary Electrophoresis (CE) and spectroscopic analysis. He got his M.S. degree in the year of 2002. He thereafter went to Boston University in the U.S.A. to pursue a Ph.D. degree in Prof. Rosina Georgiadis’ group, developing novel label-free detection methods based on surface plasmon resonance (SPR). He transferred to Boston College in 2004 and worked on ultrafast time-resolved spectroscopy under the guidance of Prof. Torsten Fiebig. The main topics were focused on the DNA photonics study on the femtosecond time scale, photoinduced electron and energy transfer processes in DNA upon photon excitation. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in May, 2008 and became an associate professor of chemistry at Lanzhou University in October. He was promoted to a full professorship in 2017. His current research interests include nonlinear optics and ultrafast spectroscopy.

Representative Publications

1.    Yang, Q.-Q.; Gao, L.-F.; Zhu, Z.-Y.; Hu, C.-X.; Huang, Z.-P.; Liu, R.-T.; Wang, Q.; Gao, F.; Zhang, H.-L., Confinement effect of natural hollow fibers enhances flexible supercapacitor electrode performance. Electrochim. Acta 2018, 260, 204-211.

2.    Yang, Q. Q.; Liu, R. T.; Huang, C.; Huang, Y. F.; Gao, L. F.; Sun, B.; Huang, Z. P.; Zhang, L.; Hu, C. X.; Zhang, Z. Q.; Sun, C. L.; Wang, Q.; Tang, Y. L.; Zhang, H. L., 2D bismuthene fabricated via acid-intercalated exfoliation showing strong nonlinear near-infrared responses for mode-locking lasers. Nanoscale 2018, 10 (45), 21106-21115.

3.    Zhu, Z. Y.; Yang, Q. Q.; Gao, L. F.; Zhang, L.; Shi, A. Y.; Sun, C. L.; Wang, Q.; Zhang, H. L., Solvent-Free Mechanosynthesis of Composition-Tunable Cesium Lead Halide Perovskite Quantum Dots. J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2017, 8, 1610-1614.

4.    Luo, Y.; Zhou, Y.; Tang, Y.; Xu, J.; Hu, C.; Gao, L.; Zhang, H.; Wang, Q., Mode-locked Tm-doped fiber laser based on iron-doped carbon nitride nanosheets. Laser Physics Letters 2017, 14 (11), 110002.

5.    Xu, J.-Y.; Zhai, X.-P.; Gao, L.-F.; Chen, P.; Zhao, M.; Yang, H.-B.; Cao, D.-F.; Wang, Q.; Zhang, H.-L., In situ preparation of a MOF-derived magnetic carbonaceous catalyst for visible-light-driven hydrogen evolution. RSC Adv. 2016, 6 (3), 2011-2018.

6.    Xu, J. Y.; Gao, L. F.; Hu, C. X.; Zhu, Z. Y.; Zhao, M.; Wang, Q.; Zhang, H. L., Preparation of large size, few-layer black phosphorus nanosheets via phytic acid-assisted liquid exfoliation. Chem. Commun. 2016, 52, 8107-8110.

7.    Gao, L.-F.; Zhu, Z.-Y.; Feng, W.-S.; Wang, Q.; Zhang, H.-L., Disentangling the Photocatalytic Hydrogen Evolution Mechanism of One Homogeneous Cobalt-Coordinated Polymer. J. Phys. Chem. C. 2016, 120 (50), 28456-28462.

8.    Gao, L.-F.; Wen, T.; Xu, J.-Y.; Zhai, X.-P.; Zhao, M.; Hu, G.-W.; Chen, P.; Wang, Q.; Zhang, H.-L., Iron-Doped Carbon Nitride-Type Polymers as Homogeneous Organocatalysts for Visible Light-Driven Hydrogen Evolution. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2016, 8 (1), 617-24.

9.    Gao, L. F.; Xu, J. Y.; Zhu, Z. Y.; Hu, C. X.; Zhang, L.; Wang, Q.; Zhang, H. L., Small molecule-assisted fabrication of black phosphorus quantum dots with a broadband nonlinear optical response. Nanoscale 2016, 8, 15132 -15136.

10.   Huang, Y.-F.; Zhou, X.; Zhou, R.; Zhang, H.; Kang, K.-B.; Zhao, M.; Peng, Y.; Wang, Q.; Zhang, H.-L.; Qiu, W.-Y., One- Pot Synthesis of Highly Luminescent Carbon Quantum Dots and Their Nontoxic Ingestion by Zebrafish for In Vivo Imaging. Chem. Eur. J. 2014, 20 (19), 5640-5648.




Office:

Room 918, the Second Chemistry Building

TEL:

E-mail:

qiangwang@lzu.edu.cn

Education:

1995-1999,Wuhan University,B.S.

1999-2002,Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences,M.S.

2004-2008,Boston College, USA,Ph.D.