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Yongsheng Han

Yongsheng Han
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Zhongguancun Beiertiao 1, Beijing 100190, China


Dr. Yongsheng Han studied chemistry for 7 years from 1993 to 2000 in Changchun University and Science and Technology and Jilin University, respectively, for his bachelor and master degrees. After that, he moved to Tsinghua University where he was conferred doctor degree in the field of materials science and engineering in 2004 under the supervision of Prof. Jianbao Li. Immediately after his graduation, he went to Japan, Nagoya Institute of Technology and worked there as a postdoctoral researcher for more than 3 years. In 2007, he was awarded Alexander von Humboldt fellowship and went to Germany, Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces. In 2011, he succeeded in the application of Hundreds Talent Program from Chinese Academy of Science (CAS) and joined in the Institute of Process Engineering, CAS in the group of EMMS. He has an intensive research interest in discovering the formation mechanism of materials. Under the inspiration of the concept of mesoscience, he proposed to manipulate the evolution of materials by controlling the diffusion and reaction rates and figured out the general role of this approach. He has published 89 peer-reviewed papers and filed 5 patents. He is the associate editor of Science and Technology of Advanced Materials and the editorial board members of Crystals and Scientific Reports etc. He won the first prize of natural science award from the Chinese Society of Particuology for his fundamental breakthrough in the study of chemical diffusion and reaction. He was nominated for The SCEJ Award for Outstanding Asian Researcher and Engineer in 2019.

Ten papers selected from his publications

[1]Yongxiu Chen, Xiangyu Dou, Kai Wang, Yongsheng Han*, Lithium dendrites inhibition via diffusion enhancement, Advanced Energy Materials, 2019, doi.org/10.1002/aenm.201900019.

[2]Wei Liu, Kai Wang, Yu Zhou, Xiaoping Guan, Ping Che and Yongsheng Han*, Rational synthesis of silver nanowires at an electrode interface by diffusion limitation, CrystEngComm, 2019, 21, 1466-1473.

[3]Tao Yang, Doris Segets, Thaseem Thajudeen, Yongsheng Han*, Wolfgang Peukert*, The effect of mixing on silver particle morphology in flow synthesis, Chemical Engineering Science 2018, 192, 254-263.

[4]Tao Yang, Jianmei Liu, Jinhui Dai, Yongsheng Han*, Shaping Particles by Chemical Diffusion and Reaction, CrystEngComm 2017, 19, 72-79.

[5]Wei Liu, Tao Yang, Jianmei Liu, Ping Che, Yongsheng Han*, Controllable Synthesis of Silver Dendrites via an Interplay of Chemical Diffusion and Reaction, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 2016, 55, 8319-8326.

[6]Tao Yang, Yongsheng Han*, Quantitatively relating diffusion and reaction for shaping particles, Crystal Growth & Design 2016, 16, 2850?2859.

[7]Ping Che, Wei Liu, Xiaoxue Chang, Anhe Wang, Yongsheng Han*, Multifunctional silver film with superhydrophobic and antibacterial properties, Nano Research 2016, 9, 442-450.

[8]Tao Yang, Yongsheng Han*, Jinghai Li, Manipulating silver dendritic structures via diffusion and reaction, Chemical Engineering Science 2015, 138, 457-464.

[9]Han Wang, Yongsheng Han*, Jinghai Li, Dominant role of compromise between diffusion and reaction in the formation of snow-shaped vaterite, Crystal Growth & Design 2013, 13, 1820-1825.

[10]Yongsheng Han*, Dmitry Shchukin, Juan Yang, Christian R. Simon, Hendrik Fuchs, Helmuth Moehwald, Biocompatible protein nanocontainers for controlled drugs release, ACS Nano 2010, 4, 2838-2844.




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