Professors Sato, Halcrow, Zhang, and Wu visited our lab on September 15 2023-09-25 Prof. Osamu Sato of Kyushu University, Prof. Malcolm Halcrow of the University of Leeds, Prof. Jun Zhang of Wuhan University, and Assis. Prof. Shu-Qi Wu of Kyushu University visited our lab on Sept. 15. Professors Sato and Halcrow gave lectures on the titles of 'Control of Magnetic and Electric Polarization via Electron Transfer in Molecular Crystals' and 'A Disappearing Phase Transition in a Spin-Crossover Material with Hysteresis', respectively.
Welcome new PhD and MSc Students! 2023-09-06 Nine students join our group! Top from left to right: 程佳伟, 王劲松, 王浩然, 王璐瑶, 史新利; Bottom from left to right: 张家卿, 柳海博, 张佳慧, 葛爱文。
Our article is published on Nano-Micro Letters 2023-05-02 Congratulations to Dr. Xue-Yang Ji (冀学洋)! Our research article entitled "Identification of dynamic active sites among Cu species derived from MOFs@CuPc for electrocatalytic nitrate reduction reaction to ammonia" in now online. See more details in Nano-Micro Lett. 2023, 15, 110.
Our article is published on Matter 2023-05-02 Congratulations to Cheng-Dong Liu (柳承东) and Assoc. Prof. Zi-Shuo Yao (姚子硕)! Our research article entitled "Anisotropic deuteration effects on a molecular ferroelectric" has been published online. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.matt.2023.03.017.
Our JACS article is published! 2023-03-08 Congratulations to Wen-Feng Deng (邓文峰) and Assoc. Prof. Zi-Shuo Yao (姚子硕)! Our research article entitled "Inversion of molecular chirality associated with ferroelectric switching in a high-temperature two-dimensional perovskite ferroelectric" has just been published. See more details in J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2023, 145, 5545−5552.
Our Angew. Chem. paper is published ! 2023-03-01 Congratulations to Yu-Xia Li (李宇霞) and Assoc. Prof. Zi-Shuo Yao (姚子硕) ! See details at Angew. Chem., Int. Ed. 2023, 62(11), e202217977.
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