Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Dr. Qiang Xu’s research interests include chemistry of nanostructured materials and their applications, especially for catalysis and energy. He received Thomson Reuters Research Front Award in 2012 and Humboldt Research Award in 2019 and was recognized as a highly cited researcher (2014-2020) in Chemistry and Engineering/Materials Science by Thomson Reuters/Clarivate Analytics. He is on a number of editorial/advisory boards of journals, including Energy Chem (Elsevier, Editor-in-chief), Coordination Chemistry Reviews (Elsevier, Associate Editor), Chem (Cell Press) and Matter (Cell Press). He is a fellow of Engineering Academy of Japan (EAJ), European Academy of Sciences (EurASc) and National Academy of Sciences, India (NASI).
Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs)