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美国堪萨斯大学化学系Prof. Feng Tao学术报告

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应化学化工学院和功能有机分子化学国家重点实验室邀请,美国堪萨斯大学化学系Prof. Feng Tao来我校进行学术交流并作学术报告,欢迎感兴趣的师生参加。
 
报 告 人Feng Tao
报告题目:Tuning catalytic performance through structuring catalytic site
报告时间:2016年11月23日(星期三)上午9:00
报告地点:第二化学楼101报告厅
 
报告人简介:
Franklin (Feng) Tao is a tenured Miller associate professor of chemistry at Department of Chemistry and at Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering at University of Kansas. He received a Ph.D. from Princeton University with a following post-doc research at University of California, Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
His research interests include heterogeneous catalysis for chemical transformations of small molecules to chemical and fuel feedstocks and for environmental remediation, application of catalysis to energy transformation, synthesis and catalysis of single-site metal and oxide catalysts, development of in situ and operando characterization instruments/techniques for fundamental studies of catalyst surfaces under reaction conditions and during catalysis, and in situ and operando studies of structure and chemistry of catalysts with ambient-pressure X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, ambient/high-pressure, high-temperature scanning tunneling microscopy, and environmental transmission electron spectroscopy.
He published over 130 research articles. He is an elected fellow of Royal Society of Chemistry. He received Eugene P. Wigner Fellowship (2010), finalist prize of Gerhard Ertl Young investigator award (2011), Paul Holloway award of American Vacuum Society (2012), NSF-career award, and Miller research award (2014). He is on the advisory editorial boards or editorial boards of several journals including Chemical Society Reviews, Catalysis Science& Technology, and Science China Materials.

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