上海科技大学人力资源管理
ShanghaiTech University Human Resources
Tao Li    Assistant Professor、PI
Institute School of Physical Science and Technology
Research Area Nanoporous composite materials and their application in biomedicine and energy
Contact Info. litao1@@shanghaitech.edu.cn
 
  Biography  
B.S., Chemistry, Fudan University, Shanghai, China 09/2004 –06/2008
Ph.D., Inorganic Chemistry, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA (Advisor: Nathaniel L. Rosi) 08/2008 – 12/2013
Postdoctoral Researcher, Materials Science & Engineering, University of California Berkeley, Berkeley, CA (Advisor: Ting Xu) 02/2014 – 11/2015
Assistant Professor、PI, ShanghaiTech University, 11/2015-now
  Research Interests  
Metal-organic frameworks are known to have excellent structural regularity and tunability at a molecular level. Meanwhile, being able to control their structures at a mesoscopic level can also greatly change their physical and chemical properties. Li group studies the interface between nanoporous materials and polymeric materials and further uses this information as a foundation to explore and create new nanoporous composite materials for biomedical and energy applications.
  Selected Publications  
1. C Zhang, RS Patil, T Li, CL Barnes, SJ Teat, JL Atwood. Preparation of Magnesium‐Seamed C‐Alkylpyrogallol [4] arene Nanocapsules with Varying Chain Lengths. Chemistry-a European Journal, 2017, doi:10.1002/chem.201701765

2. C Zhang, RS Patil, T Li, CL Barnes, JL Atwood, et al. Self-assembly of magnesium-seamed hexameric pyrogallol 4 arene nanocapsules. Chemical Communications, 201753, 4312-4314.

3. JE Bachman, ZP Smith, T Li, T Xu, JR Lon, et al. Enhanced ethylene separation and plasticization resistance in polymer membranes incorporating metal-organic framework nanocrystals. Nature Materials., 201615, 845-849.

4. H Oh, T Li, et al. Drug Release Properties of a Series of Adenine-Based Metal-Organic Frameworks. Chemistry-a European Journal. 201521, 17010-17015.

5. SR Venna, M Lartey, T Li, A Spore, et al. Fabrication of MMMs with improved gas separation properties using externally-functionalized MOF particles. Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 20153, 5014-5022.

6. T. Li, M. T. Kozlowski, E. A. Doud, M. N. Blakely, N. L. Rosi.  Stepwise Ligand Exchange for the Preparation of a Family of Meso-porous MOFs J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2013, 135, 11688-11691.

7. T. Li, J. E. Sullivan, N. L. Rosi.  Design and Preparation of a Core-Shell Metal-Organic Framework for Selective CO2 Capture.  J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2013, 135, 9984-9987.

8. T. Li, J. E. Sullivan, D. Chen, M. T. Kozlowski, J. K. Johnson, N. L. Rosi.  Systematic Modulation and Enhancement of CO2:N2 Selectivity and Water Stability in an Isoreticular Series of Bio-MOF-11 AnaloguesChem. Sci., 2013, 4, 1746-1755

9. Z. Xie,# T. Li,# N. L. Rosi, and M. A. Carreon.  Alumina-supported Bio-MOF-13 and Bio-MOF-14 Membranes for CO2/CH4 Separation.  J. Mater. Chem. A, 2014, 2, 1239-1241

10. T. Li, and N. L. Rosi. Screening and Evaluating Aminated Cationic Functional Moieties for Potential CO2 Capture Applications Using an Anionic MOF ScaffoldChem. Comm., 2013, 49, 11385-11387.

11. C. Liu, T. Li, and N. L. Rosi.  Strain-Promoted ‘Click’ Modification of a Mesoporous Metal-Organic Framework J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2012, 134, 18886-18888.

12. A. Das, T. Li, K. Nobusada, Q. Zeng, N. L. Rosi, R. Jin.  Total Structure and Optical Properties of a Phosphine/Thiolate-Protected Au24 Nanocluster.  J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2012, 134, 20286-20289.

13. C. Zeng, H. Qian, T. Li, N. L. Rosi, B. Yoon, R. N. Barnett, R. L. Whetten, U. Landman, R. Jin.  Total Structure and Electronic Properties of the Gold Nanocrystal Au36(SR)24 Angew. Chem., Int. Ed., 2012, 51, 13114-13118.

14. A. Das, T. Li, K. Nobusada, C. Zeng, N. L. Rosi, and R. Jin. Non-superatomic [Au23(SC6H11)16]− Nanocluster Featuring Bipyramidal Au15 Kernel and Trimeric Au3(SR)4 Motif J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2013, 135, 18264-18267.

15. C. Liu, T. Li, G. Li, K. Nobusada, C. Zeng, G. Pang, N. L. Rosi, and R. Jin.  Body-Centered Cubic Gold Nanoparticles and Implication for Catalysis.  Angew. Chem., Int. Ed., 2015, 54, 9826-9829.

# Co-First Author