Name: Guo Wei
Our research team is mainly engaged in the construction of bionic intelligent nanopores and their research as energy conversion devices. We are inspired by the structure of biofilm ion channels, using solid materials to prepare biomimetic nanopores to study ion transport properties at the nanoscale. [Radiat. Meas. 2008, 43, s623; Nucl. Instrum. Methods, Sect. B 2008, 266, 3095; Phys. Rev. E 2007, 75, 051201; Nano Res. 2012, 5, 99]. Further, we assembled functional molecules with stimulus-response characteristics at the solid-hole interface to construct a series of bionic intelligent nano-channels with similar bio-ion channel switching and rectification characteristics. [J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2008, 130, 8345; Adv. Funct. Mater. 2010, 20, 3561; J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2012, 134, 15395; Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2013, 52, 2007, etc.]By mimicking the structure and principle of the power generation organs of electric eels, we first proposed the use of bionic nanopores for salt energy conversion. [Adv. Funct. Mater. 2010, 20, 1339], and based on the single-hole model system, a series of research work was carried out. [Energy Environ. Sci. 2011, 4, 2259; Langmuir 2012, 28, 2194]. Recently, we have extended the study of biomimetic energy conversion to a two-dimensional layered material with a shell-like structure, using the interaction of nanofluids with two-dimensional pores to transform the mechanical energy of the fluid into electrical energy. [Adv. Mater. 2013, 25, 6064].
2014/3－now, Associate Researcher, Bionic Intelligent Interface Science Laboratory, TIPC, CAS
2012/3－2014/2, Associate Researcher, Organic Solids Laboratory, Institute of Chemistry, CAS；
2009/8－2012/2, Assistant Researcher, Organic Solids Laboratory, Institute of Chemistry, CAS；
2004/9－2009/7, Ph.D. Peking University, School of Physics, majoring in nuclear science and technology,
2000/9－2004/7, Bachelor Capital Normal University, Department of Physics, majoring in Physics.
Biomimetic functional materials; interface physicochemistry in nanofluids; bionic intelligent nanochannels and energy conversion.
Awards and Honors：
2012 2011Excellent Staff Award of Institute of Chemistry, CAS
2011 Excellent PhD thesis of Peking University
2010Young Science Special Award of Institute of Chemistry, CAS;（top 5%）
2009 Second Prize of "Zhong Shengbiao Education Fund" Graduate Academic Forum
2008 Annual Academic Innovation Award of Peking University
2008 Canon Scholarship of Peking University
2008 Third Prize of Ye Qisun Experimental Physics Award
2004 Excellent undergraduate thesis award of Capital Normal University
1、Wei Guo; Liuxuan Cao; Junchao Xia; Fu-Qiang Nie; Wen Ma; Jianming Xue; Yanlin Song; Daoben Zhu; Yugang Wang*; Lei Jiang*, Energy Harvesting with Single-Ion-Selective Nanopores: A Concentration-Gradient-Driven Nanofluidic Power Source, Advanced Functional Materials, Column 20, pp 1339-1344, 2010.
2、Wei Guo; Chi Cheng; Yanzhe Wu; Yanan Jiang; Jun Gao; Dan Li*; Lei Jiang*, Bio-Inspired Two-Dimensional Nanofluidic Generators Based on a Layered Graphene Hydrogel Membrane, Advanced Materials, Column 25, pp 6064-6068, 2013.
3、Jun Gao; Wei Guo*; Dan Feng; Huanting Wang; Dongyuan Zhao*; Lei Jiang*, High-Performance Ionic Diode Membrane for Salinity Gradient Power Generation, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Column 136, pp 12265?12272, 2014.
4、Yanan Jiang; Nannan Liu; Wei Guo*; Fan Xia*; Lei Jiang, Highly-Efficient Gating of Solid-State Nanochannels by DNA Supersandwich Structure Containing ATP Aptamers: A Nanofluidic IMPLICATION Logic Device, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Column 134, pp 15395-15401, 2012.
5、Nannan Liu; Yanan Jiang; Yahong Zhou; Fan Xia*; Wei Guo*; Lei Jiang, Two-Way Nanopore Sensing of Sequence-Specific Oligonucleotides and Small-Molecule Targets in Complex Matrices Using Integrated DNA Supersandwich Structures, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, Column 52, pp 2007-2011, 2013.