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Luo, Jiayan
Title: Professor
Address: Tiannan BLDG C306
Office Phone: 02227401097
Email: jluo- at- tju.edu.cn

EDUCATION

B.S. in Chemistry, 2002-2006, Fudan University, China

M.S. in Chemistry, 2006-2009, Fudan University, China

Ph.D. in MSE, 2009-2013, Northwestern University, USA

Postdoc, 2013-2014, MIT, USA


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Professor, 2014-now, School of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Tianjin University, China      


AWARD

5th Young Thousand People Plan, 2013

Carbon Journal Prize for outstanding Ph.D Thesis, 2014

Dow SISCA Grand Prize, 2013

MRS Graduate Student Gold Award, 2013

 Ryan Fellowship, 2011


RESEARCH INTERESTS

Energy and Environmental Technology with Materials and Chemistry


PUBLICATIONS

Google scholar profile:  http://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=USaY6sUAAAAJ
1.   X. Zheng, J. Luo*, W. Lv, D. Wang, Q. Yang*, “Two Dimensional Porous Carbons: Synthesis and Ion-Transport Properties”, Advanced Materials, 2015, DOI: 10.1002/adma.201501452
5 representative papers before joining TJU
1.   J. Luo, J. Kim, J. Huang*, “Materials Processing of Chemically Modified Graphene: Some Challenges and Solutions”, Accounts of Chemical Research, 2013, 10, 2225-2234 (Invited review, cover article)    
2.   J. Luo, H. Jang, J. Huang*, “Effect of Sheet Morphology on the Scalability of Graphene-Based Ultracapacitors”, ACS Nano, 2013, 7, 1464-1471 (Highlight: Chemical & Engineering News) 
3.   J. Luo, H. Jang, T. Sun, L. Xiao, Z. He, A. Katsoulidis, M. Kanatzidis, J. Gibson, J. Huang*, Compression and Aggregation-Resistant Particles of Crumpled Soft Sheet”,ACS Nano, 2011, 5, 8943-8949 (Cover article, highlight in Nature, Chemical & Engineering News, ACS Nano – In Nano, Materials Today – Research News)
4.   J. Luo, L. Cote, V. Tung, A. Tan, P. Goins, J. Wu, J. Huang*, “Graphene Oxide Nanocolloids”, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2010, 132, 17667-17669(HighlightMaterials Today – Research News)
5.   J. Luo, W. Cui, P. He, Y. Xia*, “Raising the Cycling Stability of Aqueous Lithium-Ion Batteries by Eliminating Oxygen in the Electrolyte”, Nature Chemistry, 2010, 2, 760-765 (Highlight in Chemistry World, Fastcompany, Nature China, NPG Asia Materials)