Academic Profile : Faculty

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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)
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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.
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
  • Design and Synthesis of dual site atomic catalyst on MXene for electrocatalyzing carbon dioxide to multicarbon products
  • Designing Degradable Polyethene with Desirable Physical Properties via Molecular Dynamics Simulation and Machine Learning
  • Optimizing spin channel in spinel oxides for efficient oxygen electrocatalysis
  • Promoting Anti-Catalysis Effect to Stabilize Interface in Aqueous Batteries
  • Quantifying Ion Desolvation & Structure Evolution in Carbon Micropores
  • Ricci curvature based deep learning model for polymer informatics
  • 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.