Welcome to Dr. Yu's Clean Energy and Nanomaterials Group at the USTC!
Congratulations on the acceptance of the manuscript entitled "Precise Control of Li+ Directed Transport via Fluorinated Polymer Brushes on Polyolefin Separators for Dendrite-Free Lithium Deposition" to Advanced Functional Materials by Shujun Zheng et al. ！
Congratulations on the acceptance of the manuscript entitled "Rapid and reversible Na deposition onto Al nanosheet arrays" to Journal of Energy Chemistry by Fang Tang et al. ！
Congratulations on the acceptance of the manuscript entitled "3-Trimethylsilyl-2-oxazolidinone, as a multifunctional additive to stabilize FEC-containing electrolyte for sodium metal batteries" to Electrochimica Acta by Yongchao Liu et al. ！
Congratulations on the acceptance of the manuscript entitled "Room-Temperature Sodium-Sulfur Batteries: Rules for Catalyst Selection and Electrode Design" to Advanced Materials by Zhen Li et al. ！
Congratulations on the acceptance of the manuscript entitled "Single-Atom Iron Anchored Tubular g-C3N4 Catalysts for Ultrafast Fenton-Like Reaction: Roles of High-Valent Iron-Oxo Species and Organic Radicals" to Advanced Materials by Fei Chen et al. ！
The research interests in Dr. Yu’s group (Clean Energy and Nanomaterials Group) are currently focused on nanomaterials and clean energy. Specifically, the research activities include synthesis of 1D nanomaterials (e. g. nanofibers, nanotubes, nanowires), porous thin films, and nanoparticles as well as their applications, e.g., as electrodes for batteries (lithium battery, sodium battery and Li-S battery). Furthermore, we also investigate the fundamental science of energy storage system and develop novel nanomaterials for energy systems and devices.
Nanostructured Electrodes for Lithium Ion Batteries.read more
Room Temperature Sodium ion Battery.read more
Controlled Synthesis of 1D Nanostructured Materials （e.g. nanofibers, nanotubes）.read more
4. Development of High Performance Li-S Batteryread more