Professor Chengsi Pan
Phone: +86 17851925690
Professor Panreceived his B.S. degree in chemistry from Tsinghua University in 2005 and his M.S. degree in inorganic chemistry from Shanghai University in 2008. He then received a Ph.D. degree in chemistry at Tsinghua University under the supervision of Prof. Yongfa Zhu in 2011. After completing his graduate studies he was awarded a JSPS postdoc fellowship in Japan and joined Prof. Kazunari Domen' s group at the University of Tokyo, then at the National Institute for Materials Science. From the year of 2015, he transferred to a new postdoc position in the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, US, where he collaborated with Prof. Ralph Nuzzo and Prof. Andrew Gewirth. He joined the School of Chemical Engineering of Jiangnan University as a faculty member in 2019.
Prof. Pan’s research interests include development of new materials, characterization methods for use in studies of advanced materials, and systems that might find utility in the solar energy conversion filed.His current research is more specifically focusing on rational design of novel 2D and sulfide materials, and the application of these materials for the artificial photosynthesis, photoelectrochemical water splitting, and photocatalytically environmental remediation. The scope of these researches will be deeply understanding the photocatalytic behavior in narrow-band-gap systems and significantly improving the present energy conversion efficiency, in order to achieve a sustainable society. Prof. Pan is specialized in solid state chemistry, heterogeneous catalysis and photoeletrochemistry.
1.Photo Electrochemical and Visible-light Photocatalytic Properties of Bismuth Thiophosphate Materials, 2010-2014, funded by Japan Society for Promotion Science(JSPS), Japan
2.Global Research Center for Environment and Energy Based on Nanomaterials Science(GREEN), 2013-2015, funded by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science & Technology(MEXT), Japan.
3.Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR) , 2015-2019. Funded by the Department of Energy(DOE), US.
1、C. S. Pan, R. Zhang, R.G. Nuzzo, A. A. Andrew, ZnMnxNixCo2-2xO4Spinels as a High-voltage and High-capacity Cathode Materials for Non-aqueous Zn batteries. Adv. Energy. Mater. 2018, 1800589. (IF 24.8)
2、C. S. Pan, R. G. Nuzzo, A. A. Andrew, ZnAlxCo2–xO4 Spinels as Cathode Materials for Non-Aqueous Zn Batteries with an Open Circuit Voltage of ≤2 V. Chem. Mater. 2017, 29, 9351. (IF 10.2)
3、C. S. Pan,T. Takata,K. Kumamoto,S. S. K. Ma,K. Ueda,T. Minegishi,M. Nakabayashi,T. Matsumoto,N. Shibata,Y. Ikuhara,K. Domen, Band engineering of perovskite-type transition metal oxynitrides for photocatalytic overall water splitting, J. Mater. Chem. A, 2016, 4, 4544. (IF 10.8)
4、C. S. Pan, T. Takata, K. Domen, A complex perovskite-type oxynitride: the first photocatalyst for water splitting operable at up to 600 nm, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed 2015, 54, 2955. (Inside cover, IF 12.1, Times Cited: 162, ESIhighly cited paper, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed 2015, 54, 7230 highlighted)
5、C. S. Pan, J. Xu, Y. Wang, D. Li, Y. F. Zhu, Dramatic Activity of C3N4/BiPO4 Photocatalyst with Core/Shell Structure Formed by Self-Assembly, Adv. Funct. Mater. 2012, 22, 1518. (IF 13.3, Times Cited: 580, ESIhighly cited paper)
6、C. S. Pan, Y. F. Zhu, New type of BiPO4 oxy-acid salt photocatalyst with high photocatalytic activity on degradation of dye, Environ. Sci. Tech. 2010, 44, 5570. (IF 6.7, Times Cited:390, ESIhighly cited paper)
7、C. S. Pan, J. Xu, Y. Chen,Y. F. Zhu, Influence of OH-relateddefects on the performances of BiPO4 photocatalyst for the degradation of rhodamine B, Appl. Catal. B 2012, 115-116, 314. (IF 14.7, Times Cited: 85)
8、C. S. Pan, Y. F. Zhu, Size-controlled synthesis of BiPO4 nanocrystals for enhanced photocatalytic performance, J. Mater. Chem. 2011, 21, 4235. (IF 6.6, Times Cited: 127)
9、C. S. Pan, Y, Zhu, A review of BiPO4, A highly efficient oxyacid type photocatalyst for environmental applications (invited review), Catal. Sci. Technol. 2015, 5, 3071. (IF 5.4, Times Cited: 63)
10、T. Takata,C.S. Pan, M. Nakabayashi, N. Shibata, K. Domen, Fabrication of a Core–Shell-Type Photocatalyst via Photodeposition of Group IV and V Transition Metal Oxyhydroxides: An Effective Surface Modification Method for Overall Water Splitting. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2015, 137, 9627