Academic Profile

My Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry was awarded by Nankai University, Tianjin, China. Then, I received my Master degree in Chemistry from Beijing University, China. I obtained my PhD degree in physical chemistry in University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA, where I studied the dynamics in condensed phase. Prior to Joining Nanyang Technological University, I worked on plasmonics as a postdoctoral fellow in Northwestern University.
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Assoc Prof Li Shuzhou
Associate Professor, School of Materials Science & Engineering
Assistant Chair (Graduate Studies and Lifelong Learning), School of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE)

I am interested in exploring various properties of nanomaterials by theoretical and computational tools. Currently, my research will focus on three directions: (1) design catalysts for energy-conversion-related reactions; (2) degradable polymers; and (3) optical properties of metal-semiconductor nanostructures.
 
  • Atomic Layer Deposition of High-Entropy Alloy 2D and 3D Coatings for Multifunctional Applications

  • Catalyst Design Principle in Low Temperature Methane Activation and Conversion through Machine Learning

  • Controlling Hot Electrons Via Plasmon Coupling To Enhance Catalytic Reactions

  • From Oriented 2D Structures To Pellets For Advanced Thermoelectric Applications

  • Functional 0D Graphene Nanosheets As Highly Efficient And Recyclable Catalysts

  • New Biatomic Metal Catalysts in Single Site for Electrochemical Oxygen Reduction Reactions

  • Optimizing spin channel in spinel oxides for efficient oxygen electrocatalysis

  • Quantifying Ion Desolvation & Structure Evolution in Carbon Micropores

  • Theory guided Accelerated Discovery of printable P-type transparent conductors

  • Thrust 2- "Functional Materials, Processing & Sensors” under Singapore Hybrid-Integrated Next-Generation μ-Electronics (SHINE) Centre (NRF portion)

  • Wide temperature-range supercapacitors, from electrode materials design to energy storage mechanism.
 
  • Selective Electrocatalytic Synthesis of Urea with Nitrate and Carbon Dioxide, C. Lv, L. Zhong, H. Liu, Z. Fang, C. Yan, M. Chen, Y. Kong, C. Lee, D. Liu, S. Li*, J. Liu, L. Song*, G. Chen, Q. Yan*, and G. Yu*, Nat. Sustainability. 4, 868, (2021)

  • Graphdiyne/Graphene Heterostructure: A Universal 2D Scaffold Anchoring Monodispersed Transition-Metal Phthalocyanines for Selective and Durable CO2 Electroreduction, H. Gu, L. Zhong, G. Shi, J. Li, K. Yu, J. Li, S. Zhang, C. Zhu, S. Chen, C. Yang, Y. Kong, C. Chen, S. Li*, J. Zhang*, and L. Zhang*, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 143, 8679, (2021)

  • Unconventional Oxygen Reduction Reaction Mechanism and Scaling Relation on Single-Atom Catalysts, L. Zhong, and S. Li*, ACS Catal. 10, 4313, (2020)

  • Interfacial Lattice-Strain-Driven Generation of Oxygen Vacancies in an Aerobic-Annealed TiO2(B) Electrode, W. Zhang, L. Cai, S. Cao, L. Qiao, Y. Zeng, Z. Zhu, Z. Lv, H. Xia, L. Zhong, H. Zhang, X. Ge, J. Wei, S. Xi, Y. Du, S. Li*, and X. Chen*, Adv. Mater. 31, 1906156, (2019)

  • Incorporation of Clusters within Inorganic Materials through their Addition during Nucleation Steps, J. Liu, W. Shi, B. Ni, Y. Yang, S. Li*, J. Zhuang, and X. Wang*, Nat. Chem. 11, 839, (2019)