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Haotian Wang

Appointment

  • CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholar 2019-2021
  • Bio-inspired Solar Energy

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Haotian Wang’s research is focused on developing cutting-edge technologies to use unwanted carbon dioxide and solar electricity to create valuable chemicals or fuels, via a green, sustainable, and economical process called CO2 reduction.

Recently his group successfully discovered a revolutionary single-atom catalyst with high activity and selectivity towards CO2 reduction that compares to existing noble metal catalysts. This technology opens opportunities to mitigate climate change while making useful chemical products.

Awards

  • Forbes 30 Under 30 in Science, 2019
  • Highly Cited Researchers by Clarivate Analytics, 2018
  • Early Career Advisory Board of Nano Letters, 2016
  • Rowland Fellowship, 2016

Relevant Publications

  • Xia, C., Zhu, P., Jiang, Q., Pan, Y., Liang, W., Stavitsk, E., ... & Wang, H. (2019). Continuous production of pure liquid fuel solutions via electrocatalytic CO 2 reduction using solid-electrolyte devices. Nature Energy, 4(9), 776-785.
  • Jiang, K., Sandberg, R. B., Akey, A. J., Liu, X., Bell, D. C., Nørskov, J. K., ... & Wang, H. (2018). Metal ion cycling of Cu foil for selective C–C coupling in electrochemical CO 2 reduction. Nature Catalysis, 1(2), 111-119.
  • Zheng, T., Jiang, K., Ta, N., Hu, Y., Zeng, J., Liu, J., & Wang, H. (2019). Large-scale and highly selective CO2 electrocatalytic reduction on nickel single-atom catalyst. Joule, 3(1), 265-278.
  • Jiang, K., Siahrostami, S., Zheng, T., Hu, Y., Hwang, S., Stavitski, E., ... & Attenkofer, K. (2018). Isolated Ni single atoms in graphene nanosheets for high-performance CO 2 reduction. Energy & Environmental Science, 11(4), 893-903.
  • Jiang, K., Siahrostami, S., Akey, A. J., Li, Y., Lu, Z., Lattimer, J., ... & Zhou, Y. (2017). Transition-metal single atoms in a graphene shell as active centers for highly efficient artificial photosynthesis. Chem, 3(6), 950-960.

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