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Professor Dr. Ming WEN



Ming Wen

School of Chemical Science and Engineering, Tongji University



Rm 544, Chemistry Building

Siping Road 1239, Shanghai 200092, P. R. China











Dr. Ming WEN received her Ph.D from chemistry department of Kinki University (Japan) in 2002. In 2011 and 2015, she has international communication in Tohoku University (Japan) and Humboldt-Universitätzu Berlin (German), respectively. She joined Tongji University as an associate professor in 2002, and then advanced to full professor in 2009. Her main research area is focus on the chemistry of metal & alloy nanomaterials together with their composites. A series of nanomaterials especially alloy materials at nano- and micro-scales with controllable morphologies and structures are currently investigated through employing various interactions and controlled self-assemblies. Design and preparation of novel nanostructure can be carried out through nanoscience and nanotechnology by the careful controlling of chemical reaction conditions. Based on electron-enhanced catalysis reaction, the fabrication and perform reactivity have been carried out for application in hydrogen generation, environments treatment, and electrodes nanomaterials.  


I.  Research Area

(1) Nanoalloy catalytic materials

(2) Li\Na ion battery electrode materials

(3) CO2 selectively catalytic conversion


II. Academic Service and Awards


2004   Tongji University Outstanding Young Teachers Award


2012-   Council Member of Functional Material Society (China)


2013   Third Prize award of the Shanghai Natural Sciences



III  Academic Achievements



(1)The sub-project of The National Basic Research Program (973 Program) “Controllable Synthesis and Catalytic Reaction of Metal and Metal compounds Nanocrystals”(No. 2011CB932404) 
(2) The National Natural Science Foundation of China ( Breeding Project) “Dehydrogenation catalysis oriented synthesis and mechanism investigation for multicomponent alloy /inlay structure through high active crystal plane selective controlling process”(No. 91222103) 
(3)The National Natural Science Foundation of China ( General Project) “Construction and Properties of Hierarchical Composite Metal/Alloys Heterostructured Meshwork Nanomaterials”(No. 51271132)  
(4)The National Natural Science Foundation of China ( General Project) “Study on the Preparation and Properties of Heterojunction Nanochain of Nobel Metal Nanowairs Throughout Fe-based Alloys”(No. 21171130) 
(5)The National Natural Science Foundation of China ( General Project) “Inducing synthesis and properties of Multi-amorphous alloy nanotubes by soft-hard composite template”(No. 20771085) 
(6)The Basic Research Key Project of “S&T innovation program” Supported by the Shanghai Committee of Science and Technology, China “Preparation and property of novel nets pore structured amorphous alloy enzyme electrode for biological fuel cell”(No. 09JC1414100)  
(7)The Research & Invention Key Project Supported by the Shanghai Education, China “The Assembly Synthesis of Amorphous Multiple-alloy Nanotube with Controllable Property” (No. 10ZZ21)  




(30) Dandan Wu, Ming Wen,* Xijian Lin, Qingsheng Wu, Chen Gu and Hanxing Chen, NiCo/NiO-Co3O4 Ultrathin Layered Catalyst with Strong Basic Sites for Highly Performance H2 Generation from Hydrous Hydrazine, Journal of Materials Chemistry A., 2016, 4, 6595-6602.

(29) Hao Fang, Ming Wen,* Hanxing Chen, Qingsheng Wu, Graphene Stabilized Ultra-small-sized CuNi Nanocomposite with High Activity and Recyclability toward Catalysing the Reduction of Aromatic Nitro-Compounds, Nanoscale, 2016, 8, 536-542.

(28) Hanxing Chen, Teng Tu, Ming Wen*, and Qingsheng Wu*, Assembly Synthesis of Cu2O-on-Cu Nanowires with Visible-light Enhanced Photocatalytic Activity, Dalton Transactions, 2015, 44, 15645-15652.

(27) Zaidi Huang, Ming Wen*, Dandan Wu, Qingsheng Wu, A Special Ag/AgCl Network-nanostructure for Selective Catalytic Degradation of Refractory Chlorophenol Contaminants, RSC Advance, 2015, 2015, 5, 12261 – 12267.

(26) Hanxing Chen, Ming Wen*, Zaidi Huang, Qingsheng Wu, Jiali Liu, Teng Tu, Construction of Cu@ZnO Nanobrushes Based on Cu Nanowires and Their High-performance Selectivity-degradation for Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons, Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2015, 3(2), 600-607.

(25) Ming Wen*, Bo Zhou, Hao Fang, Qingsheng Wu, Shipei Chen, A Novel Phase-structural High-efficiency Anode-catalyst for Methanol Fuel Cells: α-(NiCu)3Pd Nanoalloy, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2014, 118(46), 26713-26720.

(24) Linyi Zhou, Ming Wen*, Qingsheng Wu, Dandan Wu, Fabrication and Catalytic Activity of FeNi@Ni Nanocables for the Reduction of p-nitrophenol, Dalton Transactions, 2014, 43(21), 7924-7929.

(23) Yange Wu, Ming Wen*, Hao Fang, Qingsheng Wu, Ni/Graphene Nanostructures and Its Electron-enhanced Catalysis Hydrogenation Reaction for Nitrophenol,The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2014, 118(12), 6307-6313.

(22) Jiali Liu, Ming Wen(并列第一), Hanxing Chen, Qing-Sheng Wu*, and Jing Li, Assembly of TiO2-on-Cu2O Nanocubes with Narrow–band Cu2O Induced Visible-light Enhanced Photocatalytic Activity, ChemPlusChem, 2014, 79(2), 298-303.


(21) Li-Zu Wang, Ming Wen*, Pin-Shi Yuan, Linyi Zhou, and Qing-Sheng Wu*, One-step Synthesis and High-efficiency Decoloration of Multi-functional Porous-C/Fe3O4 Nanospheres Using Sandwich Structural Precursor Acting as Three Roles, ChemPlusChem, 2013, 78(8), 816-822.

(20) Bo Zhou, Ming Wen*, Qingsheng Wu, C-isolated Ag-C-Co Sandwich Sphere-nanostructures and Their Highly Activity Catalysis Induced by Surface Plasmon Resonance, Nanoscale, 2013, 5, 8602-8608.

(18) Ming Wen*,Yuzhen Sun, Xiaomeng Li, Qingsheng Wu, Qingnan Wu, Chenxiang Wang, Ru-capped/FeCo Nanoflowers with High Catalytic Efficiency toward Hydrolytic Dehydrogenation, Journal of Power Sources, 2013, 243, 299-305.

(17) Jin Peng, Ming Wen*, Chenxiang Wang, Qingsheng Wu, Yuzhen Sun, Microwave-assisted synthesis and high dechlorination activity of magnetic FeNi broom-like nanostructures, Dalton Transactions, 2013, 42(24), 8667-8673.

(16) Yuzhen Sun, Ming Wen*, Qingsheng Wu, Qingnan Wu, Controllable Assembly and Dehydrogenation Catalysis Activity of Urchin-like FeNi-Ru(tips) Amorphous Alloy Hierarchical Nanostructures, ChemPlusChem, 2013, 78(4), 375-381.

(15) Ming Wen*, Shiqing Zhou, Qingsheng Wu, Juyang Zhang, Qingnan Wu, Chenxiang Wang, and Yuzhen Sun, Construction of NiCo-Pt Nanopolyhedrons Inlay-structures and Their Highly Efficient Catalysis Hydrolytic Dehydrogenation toward Ammonia Borane, Journal of Power Sources, 232 (2013) 86-92.

(14) Shiqing Zhou, Ming Wen*, Na Wang, Qingsheng Wu*, Qingnan Wu, and LiYa Cheng, Highly Active NiCo Alloy Hexagonal Nanoplates with Crystal Plane Selective Dehydrogenation and Visible-light Photocatalysis, Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2012, 22 (33), 16858-16864.

(13) Ming Wen*, Baolei Sun, Bo Zhou, Qingsheng Wu*, Jin Peng, Controllable Assemblly of Ag/C/Ni Magnetic Nanocables and Its Low Activation Energy Dehydrogenation Catalysis, Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2012, 22, 11988-11993.

(12) Baolei Sun, Ming Wen*, Qingsheng Wu, Jin Peng, Oriented Growth & Assembly of Ag@C@Co Pentagonalprism Nanocables and Their Highly Activity  Selected Catalysis along Edges for Dehydrogenation; Advanced Functional Materials, 2012, 2012, 22,2860-2866.

(11) Ming WEN*, MingZhu Cheng, Shiqing Zhou, Qingsheng Wu,Na Wang, Linyi Zhou, Synthesis of Reusable NiCo@Pt Nanoalloys From Icosahedron to Spheres By Element Lithography and Their Synergistic Photocatalysis for Nano-ZnO Toward Dye Wastewater Degradation, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2012,116, 11702-11708.

(10) MingZhu Cheng, Ming Wen*, Shiqing Zhou, Qingsheng Wu, Na Wang, LinYi Zhou, Solvothermal Synthesis of NiCo Alloy Icosahedral Nanocrystals, Inorganic Chemistry, 2012, 51 (3), 1495–1500.

(9) Ming Wen*, Fan Zhang, Mingzhu Cheng, Qingsheng Wu, Baolei Sun, and Yuzhen Sun, Inducing Growth of FeNi-Pt Match-like Magnetic Nanoheterostructures on Pt Nanotips and Dechlorination of Hydrochloricether, ChemPhysChem, 2011, 12, 3573-3577.

(8) Ming Wen*, Xiangguo Meng, Baolei Sun, Qingsheng Wu,and Xiaolan Chai, Length-controllable Catalyzing-synthesis and Length-corresponding Properties of FeCo/Pt Nanorods, Inorganic Chemistry, 2011, 50(19), 9393-9399.

(7) Yijun Chen, Ming Wen(并列第一) and Qingsheng Wu*, Stepwise Blossoming of BiOBr Nanoplate-assembled Microflowers and Their Visible-light Photocatalytic Activities, CrystEngComm, 2011, 13, 3035- 3039.

(6) Feng Zhang, Ming Wen(并列第一), Mingzhu Cheng, Di Liu, Anwei Zhu, Yang Tian*,Pt-on-NiCo Nanostructures with Facilitated Electrocatalytic Activities for Sensitive Determination of Intracellular Thiols with Long-Term Stability,Chemistry- A European Journal, 2010, 16(36), 11115-11120.

(5) Fan Zhang, Ming Wen*, Mingzhu Cheng, Qingsheng Wu*, Xiangguo Meng, Inducing Nanolayers-assembly of FePtDy 1D Superstructure and Its Induced Visible Light Photocatalysis Effect for TiO2, Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2010, 20, 7661 - 7668.

(4) Ming Wen*, Dan Yang, Qing-sheng Wu, Ru-ping Lu, Yuan-zheng Zhu and Fan Zhang, Inducing Synthesis of Amorphous EuFePt Nanorods and Their Comprehensive Enhancement of Magnetism, Thermostability and Photocatalysis, Chemical Communications, 2010, 46, 219-221.

(3) Ming Wen, Haiqing Liu, Feng Zhang, Yuanzheng Zhu, Di Liu, Yang Tian*,    Qingsheng Wu, Amorphous FeNiPt nanoparticles with tunable length for electrocatalysis and electrochemical determination of thiols, Chemical Communications, 2009, 30, 4530-4531.

(2) Ming Wen*, YaFen Wang, Fan Zhang, Qingsheng Wu, Nanostructures of Ni and NiCo Amorphous Alloys Synthesized by a Double Composite Template Approach, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2009, 113(15), 5960-5966.

(1) Ming Wen*, Yuan-zheng Zhu, Qing-sheng Wu, Fan Zhang, Tao Zhang, Composition-depended Assembly and Magnetic Specificity of (Fe1-xNix)0.5Pt0.5 Amorphous Nanothreads Through Substitution of Ni for Fe in FePt System, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2009, 113(46), 19883-19890.

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