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Prof. LI Sheng

Prof. LI Sheng



Address: 5 Xin Mo Fan Road, Nanjing Tech University, Nanjing 210009, China

Research Interests

Lithium-ion battery; Sodium-ion battery; Lithium sulfur battery; Capacitive deionization techniques.

Biographical Information

Prof. Sheng Li obtained his Ph.D. Degree in 2015 from Griffith University, Australia. He is now a professor working in Nanjing Tech University. His current research interests include energy storage devices (lithium/sodium ion batteries) and other electrochemical technique for environment area. He has published research articles in Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., Nano Energy, Energy Storage Materials, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, etc, with over 1400 citations.

Selected Honors

Jul. 2016 CHANCELLOR’S MEDAL for outstanding Excellence in Doctor of Philosophy, Griffith University

Jul. 2015 Academic Excellence of Ph.D thesis by Griffith University

Jun.2011 Excellent Master’s Degree Thesis of Beijing University of Technology

Selected Publications:

  1. G. Wang, M. Shao, H. Ding, Y. Qi, J. Lian, S. Li*, J. Qiu*, H. Li, F. Huo*, Multiple Active Sites of Carbon for High-Rate Surface-Capacitive Sodium-Ion Storage, Angewandte Chemie Internatinal Edition 2019, DOI: 10.1002/anie.201908159

  2. S. Guo, B. Yuan, H. Zhao, D. Hua, Y. Shen, C. Sun, T. Chen, W. Sun, J. Wu, B. Zheng, W. Zhang, S. Li*, F. Huo*, Dual-component LixTiO2@ silica functional coating in one layer for performance enhanced LiNi0. 6Co0. 2Mn0. 2O2 cathode, Nano Energy, 2019, 58, 673-679.

  3. S. Li, H. Dai, Y. Li, C. Lai*, J. Wang*, F. Huo*, C. Wang, Designing Li-protective layer via SOCl2 additive for stabilizing lithium-sulfur battery, Energy Storage Materials, 2019, 18, 222-228.

  4. H. Chen, Y. Xiao, C. Chen, J. Yang, C. Gao, Y. Chen, J. Wu, Y. Shen, W. Zhang, S. Li*, F. Huo, B. Zheng*, Conductive MOF-Modified Separator for Mitigating the Shuttle Effect of Lithium-Sulfur Battery through a Filtration Method, ACS Applied Material & Interfaces, 2019, 11, 11459-11465.

  5. C. Gao, C. Fang, H. Zhao, J. Yang, Z. Gu, W. Sun, W. Zhang, S. Li*, L.-C. Xu*, X. Li, F. Huo*, Rational design of multi-functional CoS@ rGO composite for performance enhanced Li-S cathode, Journal of Power Sources, 2019, 421, 132-138.

  6. M. Shao, Y. Cheng, T. Zhang, S. Li*, W. Zhang, B. Zheng, J. Wu, W.-W. Xiong*, F. Huo, J. Lu*, Designing MOFs-Derived FeS2@Carbon Composites for High-Rate Sodium Ion Storage with Capacitive Contributions, ACS Applied Material & Interfaces, 2018, 10, 33097-33104.

  7. S. Li, J. Qiu, C. Lai, M. Ling, H. Zhao, S. Zhang*, Surface capacitive contributions: Towards high rate anode materials for sodium ion batteries, Nano Energy, 2015, 12, 224-230.

  8. S. Li, P. Xue, C. Lai*, J. Qiu, M. Ling, S. Zhang*, Pseudocapacitance of amorphous TiO2@ nitrogen doped graphene composite for high rate lithium storage, Electrochimica Acta, 2015, 180, 112-119.

  9. S. Li, M. Ling, J. Han, J. Qiu, X. Gu, Y. Wang, S. Zhang*, Ultra-fine TiO2-SnO2 solid solution particles anchoring on graphene by one-pot ball-milling for long-life lithium-ion batteries, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2015, 3, 9700-9706.

  10. S. Li, Y. Wang, C. Lai, J. Qiu, M. Ling, W. N. Martens, H. Zhao, S. Zhang*, Directional synthesis of tin oxide@ graphene nanocomposites via a one-step up-scalable wet-mechanochemical route for lithium ion batteries, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2014, 10211-10217.


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