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王威
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个人简介

王威现任材料科学与工程学院副教授,博士生导师。研究领域为智能仿生材料、微纳米低维功能材料的制备与表征、自驱动胶体颗粒等。在国际知名材料、化学、物理领域期刊(如JACS,PRL,PNAS,德国应用化学,ACS Nano)等已发表高水平论文二十余篇,引用900余次,研究成果受到如CNN、BBC等国际媒体的广泛报道。2014年入选深圳市孔雀计划(B类)人才。

本课题组的科研内容兼顾对自然界规律的基础研究,以及微纳米仿生智能材料的应用探索,具有较强的国际前沿性与多学科交叉性。欢迎对本科研感兴趣的本科生、研究生、博士后及访问学者与我们联系,不论专业。

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本课题组每学期计划招收3名硕士研究生,本科专业不限。希望学生对科学探索有较强烈的好奇心,有主动探索的能力和经验,有面对挑战的勇气和毅力,为人随和大方。

本课题组毕业后对口的就业方向大致为软材料领域,就业前景不像电池、电子封装等课题组那样明确。如果你读硕士的目的是为了去中兴、华为、比亚迪等大企业找一个稳定的工作,可能其他课题组更适合。本课题组更注重对于学生独立思考、发现并解决问题能力的培养,也会在课题的进行过程中培养学生人际交流、与社会沟通的能力。我相信具备这样能力的学生,不论去什么企业,从事什么行业的工作,都能够找到属于自己的精彩。

如果你的目标是在学术上进一步深造,或者希望探索一些有趣的科学问题、锻炼自己的科研能力,那我们课题组会是你非常好的选择。非常欢迎有读博士(不论计划在哪里深造)、出国留学意向的同学。

本课题组也非常欢迎有志攻读博士的硕士生,以及博士后、访问学者、交流学生等,请与王威邮件联系。
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个人网页:http://weiwang-hitsz.weebly.com/ (国内也许访问会受到限制)
邮箱:weiwang_chem at 126 dot com
博士后招聘信息:http://muchong.com/bbs/viewthread.php?tid=11268352

研究方向

智能仿生材料(应激响应材料);

微纳米低维材料的电化学制备、表征与应用;

微纳米自驱动颗粒;

超声波微纳米粒子操控,光学追踪;

COMSOL多物理耦合模拟;

微纳米颗粒动态自组装

教育经历

2008.8-2013.8  美国宾州州立大学,化学系,Mallouk课题组,博士
2004.9-2008.7  哈尔滨工业大学,应用化学系,学士

研究与工作经历

2014.2至今  哈尔滨工业大学深圳研究生院,副教授
2015.7-2015.9  美国宾州州立大学访问学者
2016.2-2017.2  韩国基础科学研究院软物质与活性物质研究中心访问研究员

专业资质与学术兼职

  

科研项目

2015-2017  国家自然科学基金青年基金
2016-2018  哈工大基础研究杰出人才培育基金III类

科研成果及奖励

  

发明专利

• 一种一维微纳米材料的自组装方法,哈尔滨工业大学深圳研究生院,发明专利,申请时间:2016年8月10日,申请号:2016106524300. 发明人:王威,王欣择,白兰君
• 一种用于一维微纳米材料自组装的超声波谐振腔装置。实用新型。授权号:ZL2016208710499. 发明人:王威,王欣择,白兰君

论文及著作

1. Dekai Zhou, Yuguang C. Li, Pengtao Xu, Nicholas S. McCool, Longqiu Li, Wei Wang and Thomas E. Mallouk, Visible-light controlled catalytic Cu2O–Au micromotors, Nanoscale, 2017,9, 75-78
2. Chao Zhou, Wei Wang and Hepeng Zhang, Individual behaviors and dynamic self-assembly of active colloids (活性胶体的个体行为与动态自组装, published in Chinese), Chinese Science Bulletin, Accepted
3. Zeheng Li, Lanjun Bai, Chao Zhou, Xiaohui Yan, Lamar Mair, Anning Zhang, Li Zhang and Wei Wang, Highly Acid-resistant, Magnetically Steerable Acoustic Micromotors Prepared by Coating Gold Microrods with Fe3O4 Nanoparticles via pH Adjustment, Particle and Particle Systems Characterization, in press
4. Bumjin Jang, Wei Wang, Samuel Wiget, Andrew J. Petruska, Xiangzhong Chen, Chengzhi Hu, Ayoung Hong, David Folio, Antoine Ferreira, Salvador Pané, and Bradley J. Nelson, Catalytic locomotion of core-shell nanowire motors, ACS Nano, 2016, 10(11), 9983-9991
5. Chang Liu, Chao Zhou, Wei Wang and Hepeng Zhang, Bimetallic Microswimmers Speed Up in Confining Channels, Physical Review Letters, 2016, 117, 198001
6. Suzanne Ahmed, Wei Wang, Lanjun Bai, Dillon T. Gentekos, Mauricio Hoyos, and Thomas E. Mallouk, Density and Shape Effects in the Acoustic Propulsion of Bimetallic Nanorod Motors, ACS Nano, 2016, 10(4), 4763-4769
7. Yupei Han, Minda Zou, Weiqiang Lv, Yiwu Mao, Wei Wang, Weidong He, Three-dimensional ionic conduction in the strained electrolytes of solid oxide fuel cells, Journal of Applied Physics, 2016, 119, 174904
8. W Lv, Y Niu, X Jian, KHL Zhang, W Wang, J Zhao, Z Wang, W Yang, W He, Space matters: Li+ conduction versus strain effect at FePO4/LiFePO4 interface, Applied Physics Letters, 2016, 108(8), 083901
9. Chao Zhou, Hua Zhang, Zeheng Li, and Wei Wang, Chemistry Pumps: A Review of Chemically Powered Micropumps, Lab-on-a-Chip, 2016,16, 1797-1811
10. E. L. Jewell; W. Wang; and T. E. Mallouk, Catalytically driven assembly of trisegmented metallic nanorods and polystyrene tracer particles, Soft Matter, 2016, 12(9), 2501-2504.
11. Duan, W.; Wang, W.; Das, S.; Yadav, V.; Mallouk, T. E.; Sen, A., Synthetic Nano- and Micromachines in Analytical Chemistry: Sensing, Migration, Capture, Delivery, and Separation, Annual Review of Analytical Chemistry 2015, 8 (1), 311-333.
12. Dong-Dong Qin, Ying-Pu Bi, Xin-Jian Feng, Wei Wang, Greg D Barber, Ting Wang, Yu-Min Song, Xiao-Quan Lu, Thomas E Mallouk, Hydrothermal growth and photoelectrochemistry of highly oriented, crystalline anatase TiO2 nanorods on transparent conducting electrodes, Chemistry of Materials, 2015, 27 (12), 4180-4183
13. Wang, W.; Duan, W.; Ahmed, S.; Sen, A.; Mallouk, T. E., From One to Many: Dynamic Assembly and Collective Behavior of Self-Propelled Colloidal Motors, Acc. Chem. Res. 2015, 48 (7), 1938-1946.
14. Rao, K. J.; Li, F.; Meng, L.; Zheng, H.; Cai, F.; Wang, W., A Force to Be Reckoned With: A Review of Synthetic Microswimmers Powered by Ultrasound, Small 2015, 11(24), 2836-2846
15. W. Wang; W. Duan; Z. Zhang; M. Sun; A. Sen; T. E. Mallouk, A tale of two forces: simultaneous chemical and acoustic propulsion of bimetallic micromotors, Chem. Commun. 2015, 51, 1020-1023
16. W. He; X. Wang; L. Ye; Y. Pan; Y. Song; A. Liu; W. Wang; H. Zhang; H. Qi; M. Zhou; Z. Wang; K. H. L. Zhang; J. H. Dickerson, Out-of-Cell Oxygen Diffusivity Evaluation in Lithium–Air Batteries, ChemElectroChem 2014, 1(12), 2052-2057
17. Balk, A. L.; Mair, L. O.; Mathai, P. P.; Patrone, P. N.; Wang, W.; Ahmed, S.; Mallouk, T. E.; Liddle, J. A.; Stavis, S. M., Kilohertz Rotation of Nanorods Propelled by Ultrasound, Traced by Microvortex Advection of Nanoparticles, ACS Nano 2014, 8(8), 8300-8309
18. Lv, W.; Yang, X.; Wang, W.; Niu, Y.; Liu, Z.; He , W., An Energy Investigation into 1D/2D Oriented-Attachment Assemblies of 1D Ag Nanocrystals, Chemphyschem 2014, 15(13), 2688-2691
19. W. Wang, S. Li, L. Mair, S. Ahmed, T. J. Huang, and T. E. Mallouk, Acoustic propulsion of nanorod motors inside living cells, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2014, 53(12), 3201-3204.
20. S. Ahmed, W. Wang, L. O. Mair, R. D. Fraleigh, S. Li, L. A. Castro, M. Hoyos, T. J. Huang, and T. E. Mallouk, Steering Acoustically Propelled Nanowire Motors towards Cells in a Biologically Compatible Environment using Magnetic Fields, Langmuir 2013, 29(52), 16113-16118
21. W. Wang, W. Duan, T.E. Mallouk, and A. Sen, Catalytically-powered dynamic assembly of rod-shaped nanomotors and passive tracer particles, PNAS 2013, 110(44), 17744-17749
22. Y. Chen, X. Ding, S.-C. S. Lin, S. Yang, P.-H. Huang, N. Nama, Y. Zhao, A. A. Nawaz, F. Guo, W. Wang, T. E. Mallouk, and T. J. Huang, Tunable nanowire patterning using standing surface acoustic waves (SSAW), ACS Nano 2013, 7(4), 3306-3314
23. W. Wang, W. Duan, S. Ahmed, T.E. Mallouk, and A. Sen, Small power: autonomous nano- and micromotors propelled by self-generated gradients, Nano Today 2013, 8, 531-534 (ESI Highly Cited Papers)
24. W. Wang, T.-Y. Chiang, D. Velegol, and T. E. Mallouk, Understanding the efficiency of autonomous nano- and microscale motors, J. Am. Chem. Soc, 2013, 135(28), 10557-65.
25. Wang, W., Castro, L. A., Hoyos, M., Mallouk, T. E, Autonomous motion of metallic microrods propelled by ultrasound, ACS Nano 2012, 6(7), 6122-6132 (ESI Highly Cited Papers)
26. E. A. Hernandez-Pagan, W. Wang, and T. E. Mallouk, Template Electrodeposition of Single-Phase p- and n-Type Copper Indium Diselenide (CuInSe2) Nanowire Arrays, ACS Nano 2011, 5(4), 3237-3241
Li, J.; Hao, S.; Fu, D.; Wang, W.; Ma, T.; Wang, C. Modification of Ag-doped BaTiO3 powders through La gaseous penetration route, Journal of Rare Earths 2010, 28(1), 154-157.

会议论文及发表演说

• Wei Wang, Suzanne Ahmed, Thomas Mallouk, Ultrasound nanomotors, MNM2016-International Workshop on Micro and nanomachiens, August 2016, Hanover, Germany
• Wei Wang, Thomas Mallouk, Self-acoustophoresis of metallic microparticles in ultrasonic standing waves − New tricks with old hats, IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, October 2015, Taipei
• Wei Wang, Ayusman Sen and Thomas Mallouk, Why the Mingle: Interactions Among Synthetic Microswimmers, Physics of Active Matter, May 2015, Suzhou, China
• Wei Wang, Self-powered Colloids: A Potential Biomedical Platform, The First International Conference on Nanoenergy and Nanosystems (NENS 2014), December 2014, Beijing, China
• Wei Wang, Nanomotors: Towards an Intelligent Biomedical Platform, EMN Open Access Week, September 2014, Chengdu, China
• Wei Wang, Nano- and Micromotors: Chemically and Acoustically Propelled Autonomous Colloidal Particles, CSRC Workshop on “Statistical Physics of Active Matter”, June 2014, Beijing, China
• Wei Wang, Luz Angelica Castro, Mauricio Hoyos and Thomas Mallouk, Two propulsion mechanisms for autonomous nanowire motors in fluids: Catalytic motors and acoustic motors, ACS fall meeting, August 2012, Philadelphia, USA

任教和任导师经历

  
  
  
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