Feng Jiao

Feng Jiao
  • Assistant Professor

331 CLB
University of Delaware
Newark, Delaware 19716
302-831-1048 (fax)

  • Post-Doctorate - 2010 Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Doctorate - 2008 University of St. Andrews
  • Bachelors - 2001 Fudan University

"Energy conversion and storage are more important today than at any time in human history. Our research interests focus primarily on design and synthesis of nanostructured materials for solving critical issues in producing solar fuels through artificial photosynthetic systems and developing next generation Li-ion batteries. In our lab, we combine catalysis, materials science and electrochemistry, and by doing so are able to address the exciting scientific challenges that occur in the field of energy conversion and storage. Breakthrough in this field is crucial for us to tackle global warming by providing the society with clean, sustainable, and environmental friendly energy supplies and zero CO2 emission electric vehicles with advanced batteries."

XSelected Publications

For a complete listing of publications, please view the Full CV.
  1. 1. Lu, Q.#, Chen, C.-J.#, Luc, W. W., Chen, J. G., Bhan, A.* & Jiao, F.*, "Ordered mesoporous metal carbides with enhanced anisole hydrodeoxygenation selectivity.", ACS Catalysis 6, 3506, (2016)
  2. 2. Rosen, J., Hutchings, G. S., Lu, Q., Forest, R. V., Moore, A., & Jiao, F.*, "Electrodeposited Zn dendrites with enhanced CO selectivity for electrocatalytic CO2 reduction.", ACS Catalysis 5, 4586, (2015)
  3. 3. Rosen, J.#, Hutchings, G. S.#, Lu, Q., Rivera, S., Zhou, Y., Vlachos, D. G., & Jiao, F.*, "Mechanistic Insights into the Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 to CO on Nanostructured Ag Surfaces.", ACS Catalysis 5, 4293, (2015)
  4. 4. Zhou, Y.#, Lu, Q.#, Zhuang, Z., Hutchings, G. S., Kattel, S., Yan, Y. S., Chen, J. G.*, Xiao, J. Q.*, & Jiao, F.*, "Oxygen Reduction at Very Low Overpotential on Nanoporous Ag Catalysts.", Advanced Energy Materials 5, 1500149, (2015)
  5. 5. Hutchings, G. S.#, Zhang, Y.#, Li, J., Yonemoto, B. T., Zhou, X., Zhu, K.*, & Jiao, F.*, "In situ Formation of Cobalt Oxide Nanocubanes as Efficient Oxygen Evolution Catalysts.", Journal of the American Chemical Society 137, 4223, (2015)
  6. 6. Lu, Q., Hutchings, G. S., Yu, W., Zhou, Y., Forest, R. V., Tao, R., Rosen, J., Yonemoto, B. T., Cao, Z., Zheng, H., Xiao, J. Q., Jiao, F.*, & Chen, J. G.*, "Highly porous non-precious bimetallic electrocatalysts for efficient hydrogen evolution.", Nature Communications 6, 6567, (2015)
  7. 7. Yonemoto, B. T., Guo, Q., Hutchings, G. S., Yoo, W. C., Snyder, M. A.*, & Jiao, F.*, "Structural evolution in ordered mesoporous TiO2 anatase electrodes", Chemical Communications 50, 8997, (2014)
  8. 8. Yonemoto, B. T., Hutchings, G. S., & Jiao, F.*, "A General Synthetic Approach for Ordered Mesoporous Metal Sulfides", Journal of the American Chemical Society 136, 8895, (2014)
  9. 9. Hutchings, G. S., Rosen, J., Smiley, D. L., Goward, G. R., Bruce, P. G., & Jiao, F.*, "Environmental In Situ X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy Evaluation of Electrode Materials for Rechargeable Lithium-Oxygen Batteries", Journal of Physical Chemistry C 118, 12617, (2014)
  10. 10. Lu, Q.#, Rosen, J.#, Zhou, Y., Hutchings, G. S., Kimmel, Y. C., Chen, J. G., & Jiao, F.*, "A selective and efficient electrocatalyst for carbon dioxide reduction", Nature Communications 5, 3242, (2014)


XSelected Awards

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