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兰州大学110周年校庆化学学科系列学术报告第十九场——Jiayin Yuan 教授

【来源:兰州大学化学化工学院 | 发布日期:2018-11-07 】     【选择字号:
      瑞典斯德哥尔摩大学 (Stockholm University) Jiayin Yuan教授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:Jiayin Yuan 教授
报告题目:Poly(ionic liquid)s as innovative polyelectrolyte for energy application and beyond
报告时间:2018年11月09日(星期五)上午 08:30
报告地点:第二化学楼101学术报告厅
 
报告人简介
      Jiayin Yuan studied chemistry at Shanghai Jiao Tong University (China) in 1998. He received his MSc from Universit?t Siegen (Germany) in 2004 and PhD from Universit?t Bayreuth (Germany) in 2009 with Prof. A. H. E. Müller. He joined the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces in Potsdam first as a postdoctoral researcher and from 2011 as a research group leader. He received an ERC Starting Grant in 2014, Dr. Hermann‐Schnell Award in 2015, and the Dozentenpreis from the Fund of Chemical Industry in 2016, and a Wallenberg Academy Fellowship from the Kunt and Alice Wallenberg Foundation in 2017. He completed his Habilitation in 2015, and after an Associate Professor appointment at Clarkson University (USA, 2017), he is now an Associate Professor at Stockholm University (Sweden).
 
报告摘要
      Poly(ionic liquid)s (PILs), also called polymerized/polymeric ionic liquids, refer to an emerging class of polyelectrolytes that are prepared from polymerization of ionic liquids. In such structure configuration, some unique properties of ILs are incorporated into the macromolecular architecture. This in turn expands the property/function window of ionic liquids and traditional polyelectrolytes. Though PILs initially appeared in the IL community to play a merely complementary role towards ILs, the rapid advances in PIL research in the past several years have created a toolbox of innovative and versatile polyelectrolytes, which are of fundamental research importance to polymer community and meanwhile provide material choices and solutions in many other fields. This lecture will highlight energy applications of PILs in diverse forms, for example, precursors for energy carbons. In addition, the lecture will also highlight the application of PILs in the porous membrane field.