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Conférence de Xingguo Li

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Toute la communauté est invitée à assister à la conférence du professeur Xingguo Li, titulaire, Chair of the Inorganic Chemistry Institute, à l'Université de Pékin, qui aura lieu le 31 juillet 2017. Le professeur Li est l'invité de Mohamed Chaker, professeur au Centre Énergie Matériaux Télécommunications de l'INRS et directeur du Laboratoire de micro et nanofabrication (LMN).

La conférence du professeur Xingguo Li s'intitule « Synthesis and Properties of Nanostructured Materials by Plasma ». Bienvenue à tous!

 

 

Biographie du professeur Xingguo Li

Xingguo Li is Professor and Director of New Energy and Nano materials Laboratory, Chair of the Inorganic Chemistry Institute at Peking University. He is also a Guest professor of Hiroshima University (Japan), a Plurality professor of Huazhong University of Science and Technology (China), a Plurality professor of Zhongnan University (China) and a Plurality professor of Institute of Chinese MRI Application. He is a member of the executive councils of the Chinese Society of Particuology and of the Chinese Association of Powder Metallurgy, a member of the Chinese Plasma Association. He is an editor for the Chinese Journal of Inorganic Materials, the Chinese Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, the Chinese Journal of Process Engineering, the Journal of Chinese rare earth society, the Journal of rare earth, the Journal of applied chemistry and the Chinese Journal of Functional Materials. His research interests focus on Plasma synthesis, nanomaterials and energy storage materials. He has carried out more than 40 projects supported by NSFC, MOE, MOST and other organizations and companies as well as Japanese NEDO. Prof. Li has already published more than 300 papers in important journals such as Energ Environ Sci, Adv. Mater., Nano Letter, ACS Nano, Nano Energy, Small, Biomaterials, Chem. Mater., Chem. Eur. J., Chem Commun., Applied Catalysis B, APL, JPCB, JPCC, Crystal Growth & Design, Int. Hydrogen Energy,Acta Materialia, Langmuir, Nanotechnology. He contributed chapters in two books published by Nova Science Publishers, Inc. and American Scientific Publishers, and applied 18 patents. He has presented over 160 talks around the world with over thirty plenary and keynote lectures. He has received the National Distinguished Young Investigator Fund (2000), Lectureship Award of Japan Research Institute of Material Technology (2002) and GM foundation Science & Technology Achievement Award (2005).

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