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Kenneth R. Poeppelmeier

Kenneth R. Poeppelmeier

Charles E. & Emma H. Morrison Professor of Chemistry, Northwestern University

BS, University of Missouri
PhD, Iowa State University
Associate Editor, Inorganic Chemistry
Associate Director, Northwestern University Science and  Technology Center for Superconductivity
Editorial Boards, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, CHEMtracks, Chemistry of Materials, Solid State Sciences
Lecturer, National Science Council of Taiwan
Fellow, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science
Chair, American Chemical Society Division of Inorganic  Chemistry & Solid-State Chemistry
Lecturer, Natural Science Foundation of China

 

Research Interests

Inorganic, Solid State, X-Ray Crystallography, Catalysis, Energy and Environmental, Nanoscience, Materials.

 

Research Statement

Inorganic solid-state chemistry has always had widespread use in energy-related applications across diverse fields such as heterogeneous catalysis and solar energy research. Our research, which ranges from the growth of single crystals to the synthesis of new transparent conductors, emphasizes the connections between the synthesis and structure of new materials, the physical properties of new materials, and the technological advances that result from these discoveries.

Awards

National Science Council of Taiwan Lecturer (1991)

Dow Professor of Chemistry (1992-1994)

AAAS Fellow, the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1993)

JSPS Fellow, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (1997)

Natural Science Foundation of China Lecturer (1999)

National Science Foundation Creativity Extension Award (2000-2002)

Institut Universitaire de France Professor (2003)

Chemistry Week in China Lecturer (2004)

Lecturer in Solid State Chemistry, China (2005)

Visitantes Distinguidos, Universid Complutenses Madrid (2009)

Charles E. and Emma H. Morrison Professor of Chemistry (2010)

 

 

 

 

P. Shiv Halasyamani

P. Shiv Halasyamani
Professor
Postdoctoral Fellow, Oxford University, 1997-1998

Ph.D., Northwestern University, 1996
B.S., University of Chicago, 1992

Department of Chemistry
University of Houston

 

Research Interests

Research in the Halasyamani group involves the synthesis, characterization, and development of structure-property relationships in new functional inorganic materials. Functionalities we are interested in include second-order non-linear optical behavior, i.e. second-harmonic generation, piezoelectricity, ferroelectricity, pyroelectricity, and multi-ferroic behavior. In addition to bulk phase synthesis, we also have research programs in large single crystal growth. We utilize a range of diffraction (powder and single crystal X-ray) and non-diffraction (TG/DSC, powder SHG, pyroelectric, etc.) measurements to characterize the materials.

Honors and Fellowships

Junior Research Fellow, Oxford University: 1998-2000
NSF Early Faculty CAREER Award: 2001-2006
Beckman Young Investigator: 2002-2005
ExxonMobil Solid-State Faculty Award: 2003
Award for Excellence in Research and Scholarship: 2004
Editorial Advisory Board:
- Inorganic Chemistry (2007 - Present)
- Materials Research Bulletin (2008 - Present) 
Award for Excellence in Research and Scholarship: 2009

 

 

 

 

李明宪

李明宪
新疆理化所客座研究员

淡江大學物理系副教授

研究方向:第一性原理计算

联系方式:mhslee@mail.tku.edu.tw

主要研究成果:在国际知名期刊Science, Physical Review Letters, Physical Review B, Applied Physics Letters等上发表论文70余篇,曾参与第一性原理计算软件CASTEP最初的发展,最重要贡献之一是建立和研发了赝势核修补方法以及空间光吸收密度计算方法。

 

 

 

 

Artem R. Oganov

Education

Habilitation in Crystallography, ETH Zurich, 2007 

PhD in Crystallography, University College London, 2002

Diploma in Crystallography, Moscow State University, 1997

 

Employment

Director, Center for Materials by Design, State University of New York at Stony Brook, since 2013

Professor, State University of New York at Stony Brook, since 2010

Associate Professor, State University of New York at Stony Brook, 2008-2010

Group Leader and Privatdozent, ETH Zurich, 2003-2008

Postdoc, University College London, 2002-2003

 

Career Record

178 papers (including 5 in Nature, 2 in Science, 1 in Nature Materials, 1 in Nature Chemistry, 2 in Nature Communications, 5 in PNAS, 11 in PRL, 1 in Acc.Chem.Res., 1 in Adv. Energy Mat., 1 in Angew. Chem.). Web of Science: citation 6993, h-index=44. Google Scholar: citation 9678, h-index=52

1 book

5 patents

Gave nearly 300 talks and colloquia

Editorial Board member of "Journal of Superhard Materials" and "Scientific Reports"

(Nature Publishing Group), refereed for more than 60 journals and for Oxford University Press book publishing.

Founder and chairman of the Commission on Crystallography of Materials (International Union of Crystallography)

 

Awards

President's Award of the Geological Society of London (2002)

Outstanding Young Scientist Award of the European Union of Geosciences (2003)

European High-Pressure Research Group Award (2004)

ETH Latsis Prize (2006)

Research Excellence Medal of the European Mineralogical Union (2007)

Elsevier's awards for most cited paper of 2004-2007 and 2005-2010 (2008)

Newsweek's ranked 12th Russian scientist abroad (2008)

Forbes's ranked 6th most successful Russian scientist (2011)

Russian Reporter magazine's one of 100 most influential Russians (2014)

Invited professor in Milano (2005),

Paris (2006-2007, 2010),

Hong Kong (2008),

Guilin (2009),

Lille (2009,2010,2012,2013),

Poitiers (2011),

Beijing (2012),

Honorary Professor of Yanshan University, China (2012)

Fellow of the Mineralogical Society of America (2013)

1000 Talents Professor, China (2013)

Russian Government's Megagrant (2013)

Invitation Fellow, Japan Society for Promotion of Science (2015)

 

Professor of the Russian Academy of Sciences (2015)