On September 23, Chengzhou Zhu, Professor of Central China Normal University, was invited to give a lecture entitled "The application of nano to monatomic electrocatalysts in the field of energy" in our college. Teachers, postgraduates and undergraduates in related fields listened to the report. The lecture was chaired by professor He Li.
Professor Zhu mainly analyzed the opportunities and challenges based on the new electrochemical energy, and shared the ideas of how to reasonably design the electrochemical catalyst to meet the new goals and requirements of the development of electrochemical energy. On this basis, the innovation work of their research group in the field of single atom electrocatalyst was introduced, and the difficulties in the development of single atom catalyst and the ideas for future development were presented. Subsequently, Professor Zhu had a warm discussion with teachers and students.
Professor Zhu's report was substantial in content and with clear explanations, so that teachers and students could understand the development frontier of relevant fields in time. The report expanded their professional vision, enriched their academic knowledge, and played a positive role in improving their academic ability.
Finally, Liqin Deng, Secretary of the Party committee of the college, awarded Professor Chengzhou Zhu a visiting professor certificate.
The Scene of the Lecture
Issuing of Certificate
Chengzhou Zhu is a professor and doctoral supervisor of the college of chemistry Central China Normal University. He is "National Distinguished Experts" of The Recruitment Program for Innovative youth Talents, "Chutian scholar" in Hubei Province, "Humboldt scholar "in Germany, global "highly cited scientists" of clarivate analytics in 2018, editorial board of International Journal Analytica Chimica Acta and Current Catalysis, and youth editorial board of Journal of physical chemistry. His main research direction is the biological analysis and catalytic application of functional nanomaterials. He was graduated from Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2013, obtained doctorate in science. In the same year, he won Humboldt scholarship and worked with Professor Alexander Eychmüller at Dresden University of Technology in Germany for postdoctoral research. From June 2014 to April 2018, he worked as an assistant professor at Washington State University in cooperation with Professor Yuehe Lin. Up to now, he has published more than 160 academic papers in international famous academic journals such as Chem. Rev., Chem. Soc. Rev., Adv. Mater., Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., ACS Nano, Adv. Energy Mater., Nano Energy, ACS Energy Lett., Chem. Mater., Small and Anal. Chem., with a total citation of more than 10000 times and H-index of 54.