上海科技大学人力资源管理
ShanghaiTech University Human Resources

Chaodan Pu    Assistant Professor, PI

Institute

School of Physical Science and Technology

Research Area

Nanomaterial, Photocatalysis

Contact Info.

puchd@@shanghaitech.edu.cn

 

 

 

Biography

 

 

2006 to 2010, B.S., College of Chemical Engineering, Zhejiang University of Technology

2010 to 2016, Ph.D., Department of Chemistry, Zhejiang University. Advisor: Xiaogang Peng

2016 to 2018, Postdoc, College of Optical Science and Engineering, Zhejiang University

2016 to 2019, Research Assistant, Department of Chemistry, Zhejiang University

July 2019 to now, Assistant Professor, PI, School of Physical Science and Technology, ShanghaiTech University

 

 

Research Interests

 

 

We aimed at designing and fabricating nano-materials as highly efficient and stable photocatalyst. Particularly, we are interested in understanding the relationship between their structural parameters and photocatalytic performances. We develop new synthetic chemistry to obtain photocatalyst with desired electronic structure, as well as appropriate reaction sites. Ultrafast spectroscopy would be applied to extract the fast carrier transport and radical reaction processes.

 

 

Selected Publications

 

 

Equal contribution* Corresponding author

1.    X. Yang, C. Pu*, H. Qin, S.   Liu, Z. Xu, X. Peng*,Temperature- and Mn2+ concentration-dependent   emission properties of Mn2+-doped ZnSe nanocrystals, Journal of the American Chemical   Society2019, 141 (6), 2288–2298

2.      Z. Xi,   L. Yang, D. Wang, C. Pu*, Y. Shen*, C. Wu, X. Peng,   Visible-Light Photocatalytic Synthesis of Amines from Imines via Transfer   Hydrogenation Using Quantum Dots as Catalysts, The Journal of Organic   Chemistry, 2018, 83, 11886–11895.

3.    R. Lai, C. Pu, X. Peng*,   On-Surface Reactions in the Growth of High-Quality CdSe Nanocrystals in   Nonpolar Solutions, Journal of the American Chemical Society,   2018, 140 (29), 9174–9183.

4.    Z. Zhang, Y. Ye, C. Pu, Y. Deng, X. Dai, X. Chen, D. Chen, X. Zheng,   Y. Gao, W. Fang*, X. Peng*, and Y. Jin*, High-performance,   solution-processed, quantum-dot light-emitting diodes without ultrathin   insulating layers, Advanced Materials, 2018, 30, 1801387.

5.    X. Lin, X. Dai, C. Pu, Y. Jin*, W. Fang*, X. Peng*, Electrically-driven single-photon sources   based on colloidal quantum dots with near-optimal antibunching at room   temperature, Nature Communications,   2017, 8, 1132.

6.    C. Pu, H. Qin, Y. Gao, J. Zhou, P. Wang, X. Peng*, Synthetic Control of Exciton Behavior in Colloidal Quantum Dots, Journal of the American Chemical Society,   2017, 139 (9), 3302–3311.

7.    Y. Niu, C. Pu, R. Lai, R. Meng, W. Lin, H. Qin, X. Peng*,   One-Pot/Three-Step Synthesis of Zinc-Blende CdSe/CdS Core/Shell Nanocrystals   with Thick Shells, Nano Research, 2017, 10(4): 1149–1162.

8.    Y. Li, C. Pu, X. Peng*, Breaking the growth bottleneck for InP   quantum dots by surface activating, Nano Research, 2017, 10(3):   941–958.

9.    C. Pu, X. Peng*, To battle surface traps on CdSe/CdS   core/shell nanocrystals: shell isolation verses surface treatment, Journal   of the American Chemical Society,2016, 138 (26), 8134–8142.

10.J. Zhou, C. Pu, T. Jiao, X.   Hou, X. Peng*, A two-step/one-pot   synthetic strategy toward monodisperse colloidal semiconductor CdSe and   CdSe/CdS core/shell nanocrystals, Journal of the American Chemical Society,   2016, 138 (20): 6475-6483.

11.C. Pu, J. Ma, H. Qin*, M.   Yan, T. Fu, Y. Niu, X. Yang, Y. Huang, F. Zhao, X. Peng*, Doped   Semiconductor-Nanocrystal Emitters with Optimal Photoluminescence Decay   Dynamics in Microsecond-Millisecond Range: Synthesis and Applications, ACS Central Science, 2016, 2 (1):   32-39.

12.C. Pu, J. Zhou, R. Lai, Y.   Niu, W. Nan, X. Peng*, Highly reactive,   flexible yet green Se precursor for metal selenide nanocrystals: Se-octadecene   suspension (Se-SUS), Nano   Research, 2013, 6 (9): 652-670.