Dr. Huang joins Boston College
Dr Huang joins BC with a Joint Appointment at the Schiller Institute for Integrated Science and Society and the Department of Chemistry. There are multiple postdoc positions available in her group at BC. Please contact her directly (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested in pursuing postdoc research in MOFs/COFs/Quantum Dots for solar energy conversion.d small description about your company history or achievements.
Paper accepted by Chem. Commun
Our paper on “Quantum Dot Gels as Efficient and Unique Photocatalysts for Organic Synthesis” through collaboration with Prof. Long Luo’s group at Wayne State University is accepted into Chem. Commun. Congratulations to Luo and Huang group!
Collaborative Project Funded by the Department of Energy
This collaborative project on developing quantum dot gels for solar fuel conversion through collaboration with Prof. Stephanie Brock and Prof. Zhenfei Liu at Wayne State University is funded by Department of Energy. Congratulations to Brock, Liu and Huang groups!
Denan’s Paper Accepted
Denan’s paper on 1D π-d conjugated coordination polymers is accepted to ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. Good job Denan!
Huang group receives support from NSF-CSDMB
This collaborative effort with Prof. Jing Gu at San Diego State University the Huang group receives support from NSF-CSDMBto investigate supported single atom catalyst for photocatalytic CO2 reduction . Congratulations to Gu and Huang research groups!
Paper Accepted into Inorganic Chemistry.
Our paper on “Postsynthetic Treatment of ZIF-67 with 5-Methyltetrazole: Evolution from Pseudo-Td to Pseudo-Oh Symmetry and Collapse of Magnetic Ordering” through collaboration with Prof. John Berry’s group at UW Madison was accepted into Inorganic Chemistry. Congratulations to Wenhui and Denan!
Daniel’s Paper Accepted into J. Phys. Chem. Lett.
Daniel’s co-first author paper on COF Excited State Dynamics through collaboration with Dr. Jian Zhang’s research group at LBNL was accepted into J. Phys. Chem. Lett. Congratulations Daniel!
Jier named Wehr Distinguished Professor of Chemistry
Jier was appointed by the dean of the College of Arts and Science as Wehr Distinguished Professor of Chemistry. Congratulations!