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Lin Zheshuai

Update time:2018-12-26

Name:    Lin Zheshuai
E-mail:  zslin@mail.ipc.ac.cn


Resume:
2008.12 – Now Researcher, Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2004.09 – 2008.12 Research Associate, Cavendish Laboratory and Department of Materials, University of Cambridge
2002.02 – 2004.08 Postdoc, Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences
1999.09 – 2002.07 Ph. D., Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Majoring in Physical Chemistry
1995.09 – 1998.03 Master, Department of Applied Physics, Tianjin University, Majoring in Material Physics
1991.09 – 1995.07 Bachelor, Department of Applied Physics, Tianjin University

Research Fields:
1. Development of calculation methods for structure-activity relations of nonlinear optical materials and exploration of new materials
2. High-flux design, fabrication and characterization of nonlinear optical materials, and property database construction
3. Exploration of optical/nonlinear optical materials with special effects such as anomalous mechanics/thermal in complex/extreme environments
Lin Have published more than 240 papers in journals like Adv. Mater., J. Am. Chem. Soc., Angew. Chem., Nat. Comm., etc., which are cited more than 5000 times, H-index 36.

Awards and Honors:
Lu Jiaxi Award for Junior Scientists, 2010
Outstanding member of the Youth Innovation Promotion Association of CAS, 2016
Second Class Prize of Building Materials Science and Technology Award, Chinese Ceramic Society and China Building Materials Federation

Publications:
1. X. X. Jiang, Y. Yang, M. S. Molokeev, P. F. Gong, F. Liang, S. H. Wang, L. Liu, X. Wu, X. D. Li, Y. C. Li, S. F. Wu, W. Li, Y. C. Wu, Z. S. Lin*, “Zero Linear Compressibility in the Non-dense Borates with “Lu-Ban Stool”-like Structure”, Adv. Mater. 2018, 1801313.
2. M. Luo, F. Liang, Y. X. Song, D. Zhao, N. Ye*, and Z. S. Lin*, “Rational Design of the First Lead/Tin Fluorooxoborates MB2O3F2 (M = Pb, Sn), Containing Flexible Two-Dimensional [B6O12F6]∞ Single Layers with Widely Divergent Second Harmonic Generation Effects”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2018, 140, 6814–6817.
3. H. Lan, F. Liang, X. X. Jiang, C. Zhang, H. H. Yu*, Z. S. Lin*, H. J. Zhang*, J Wang, Y Wu, “Pushing Nonlinear Optical Oxides into the Mid-Infrared Spectral Region Beyond 10 μm: Design, Synthesis, and Characterization of La3SnGa5O14”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2018, 140, 4684-4690.
4. S. G. Zhao*, X. Yang, Y. Yang, X. J. Kuang*, F. Lu, P. Shan, Z. H. Sun, Z. S. Lin*, M. C. Hong, J. H. Luo*, “Non-Centrosymmetric RbNaMgP2O7 with Unprecedented Thermo-Induced Enhancement of Second Harmonic Generation”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2018, 140, 1592–1595.
5. M. Luo, F. Liang, Y. X. Song, D. Zhao, F. Xu, N. Ye, Z. S. Lin, “M2B10O14F6 (M= Ca, Sr): Two noncentrosymmetric alkaline earth fluorooxoborates as promising next-generation deep-ultraviolet nonlinear optical materials”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2018, 140, 3884-3887.
6. G. Peng, N. Ye, Z. S. Lin, L. Kang, S. L. Pan, M. Zhang, C. S. Lin, X. F. Long, M. Luo, Y. Chen, Y. H. Tang, F. Xu, T. Yan, “NH4Be2BO3F2 and γ-Be2BO3F: Overcoming the Layering Habit in KBe2BO3F2 for the Next Generation Deep-ultraviolet Nonlinear Optical Materials”, Angew. Chem.10.1002/ange.201803721.
7. R. Shi, H. F. Ye, F. Liang, Z. Wang, K. Li, Y. X. Weng, Z. S. Lin, W. F. Fu, C. M. Che, Y. Chen, “Interstitial P‐Doped CdS with Long‐Lived Photogenerated Electrons for Photocatalytic Water Splitting without Sacrificial Agents”, Adv. Mater. 2018, 30, 1705941.
8. F. Liang, L. Kang, Z. S. Lin*, Y. C. Wu, C. T. Chen, “Analysis and prediction of mid-IR nonlinear optical metal sulfides with diamond-like structures”, Coord. Chem. Rev. 2017, 333, 57–70.
9. H. M. Liu, Q. Wu, X. X. Jiang, Z. S. Lin*, X. G. Meng, X. G. Chen*, J. G. Qin, “ABi2(IO3)2F5 (A= K, Rb and Cs): Combination of Halide and Oxide Anionic Units to Create Large SHG Response with Wide Bandgap”, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2017, 56, 9492 –9496.
10. S. G. Zhao, Y. Yang, Y. G. Shen, B. Q. Zhao, L. N. Li, C. M. Ji, Z. Y. Wu, D. Q. Yuan, Z. S. Lin*, M. C. Hong, and J. H. Luo* “A Three-Chromophore Cooperation Generates a Water-Resistant Nitrate Nonlinear Optical Material Bi3TeO6OH(NO3)2”, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2017, 56, 540 –544.
11. J. G. Hou*, S. Y. Cao, Y. Z. Wu, F. Liang, Y. F. Su*, Z. S. Lin*, L. C. Sun*, “Simultaneously efficient light absorption and charge transport of phosphate and oxygen-vacancy confined in bismuth tungstate atomic layers triggering robust solar CO2 reduction”, Nano Energy, 2017, 32, 359–366.
12. J. G. Hou*, Y. Z. Wu, S. Y. Cao, F. Liang, Z. S. Lin*, Z. M. Gao, L. C. Sun*, “In Situ Phase-Induced Spatial Charge Separation in Core–Shell Oxynitride Nanocube Heterojunctions Realizing Robust Solar Water Splitting”, Adv. Energy Mater. 2017, 1700171.
13. J. G. Hou,* S. Y. Cao, Y. Q. Sun, Y. Z. Wu, F. Liang, Z. S. Lin*, L. C. Sun*, “Atomically Thin Mesoporous In2O3–x/In2S3 Lateral Heterostructures Enabling Robust Broadband-Light Photo-Electrochemical Water Splitting”, Adv. Energy Mater. 2017, 1701114.
14. Z. Pan, J. Chen, X. X. Jiang, L. Hu, R. Z. Yu, H. Yamamoto, T. Ogata, Y. Hattori, F. M. Guo, X. A. Fan, Y. W. Li, G. Q. Li, H. Z. Gu, Y. Ren, Z. S. Lin, M. Azuma, X. R Xing, “Colossal Volume Contraction in Strong Polar Perovskites of Pb(Ti,V)O3”, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2017, 139, 14865-14868.
15. J. Chen, Q. L. Gao, A. Sanson, X. X. Jiang, Q. Z. Huang, A. Carnera, C. G. Rodriguez, L. Olivi, L. Wang, L. Hu, K. Lin, Y. Ren, Z. S. Lin, C. Wang, L. Gu, J. X. Deng, J. P. Attfield, X. R. Xing, “Tunable thermal expansion in framework materials through redox intercalation”, Nat. Comm. 2017, 8, 14441.
16. X. X. Jiang, M. S. Molokeev, P. F. Gong, Y. Yang, W. Wang, S. H. Wang, S. F. Wu, Y. X. Wang, R. J. Huang, L. F. Li, Y. C. Wu, X. R. Xing*, and Z. S. Lin*, “Near-Zero Thermal Expansion and High Ultraviolet Transparency in a Borate Crystal of Zn4B6O13”, Adv. Mater. 2016, 28, 7936–7940.
17. S. G. Zhao, L. Kang, Y. G. Shen, X. D. Wang, M. A. Asghar, Z. S. Lin*, Y. Y. Xu, S. Y. Zeng, M. C. Hong, J. H. Luo*, “Designing a Beryllium-Free Deep-Ultraviolet Nonlinear Optical Material without a Structural Instability Problem”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2016, 138, 2961–2964.
18. M. J. Xia, X. X. Jiang, Z. S. Lin*, R. K. Li, ““All-Three-in-One”: A New Bismuth- Tellurium- Borate Bi3TeBO9 Exhibiting Strong Second Harmonic Generation Response”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2016, 138,14190?14193.
19. C. Li, W. L. Yin, P. F. Gong, X. S. Li, M. L. Zhou, A. Mar, Z. S. Lin, J. Y. Yao, Y. C. Wu, C. T. Chen, “Trigonal Planar [HgSe3]4– Unit: A New Kind of Basic Functional Group in IR Nonlinear Optical Materials with Large Susceptibility and Physicochemical Stability”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2016, 138, 6135–6138.
20. Y. G. Wang, J. L. Zhu, W. G. Yang, T. Wen, M. Pravica1, Z. X. Liu, M. Q. Hou, Y. W. Fei, L. Kang, Z. S. Lin, C. Q. Jin, Y. S. Zhao, “Reversible switching between pressure-induced amorphization and thermal-driven recrystallization in VO2(B) nanosheets”, Nat. Comm. 2016, 7, 12214.
21. J. G. Hou*, S. Y. Cao, Y. Z. Wu, F. Liang, L. Ye, Z. S. Lin*, L. C. Sun*, “Perovskite- based nanocubes with simultaneously improved visible-light absorption and charge separation enabling efficient photocatalytic CO2 reduction”, Nano Energy, 2016, 30, 59–68.
22. X. X. Jiang, S. Y. Luo, L. Kang, P. F. Gong, W. J. Yao, H. W. Huang, W. Li*, R. J. Huang, W. Wang, Y. C. Li, X. D. Li, X. Wu, P. X. Lu, L. F. Li, C. T. Chen, and Z. S. Lin*,“Isotropic Negative Area Compressibility over Large Pressure Range in Potassium Beryllium Fluoroborate and its Potential Applications in Deep Ultraviolet Region”, Adv. Mater. 2015, 27, 4851–4857.
23. L. Kang, M. L. Zhou, J. Y. Yao, Z. S. Lin*, Y. C. Wu and C. T. Chen, “Metal Thiophosphates with Good Mid-infrared Nonlinear Optical Performances: A First-Principles Prediction and Analysis”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2015, 137, 13049?13059.
24. S. G. Zhao, P. F. Gong, S. Y. Luo, S. J. Liu, L. N. Li, M. A. Asghar, T. Khan, M. C. Hong, Z. S. Lin, J. H. Luo, “Beryllium-Free Rb3Al3B3O10F with Reinforced Interlayer Bonding as a Deep-Ultraviolet Nonlinear Optical Crystal”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2015, 137, 2207–2210.
25. Y. G. Wang, X. J. Lü, W. G. Yang, T. Wen, L. X. Yang, X. T. Ren, L. Wang, Z. S. Lin, Y. S. Zhao, “Pressure-Induced Phase Transformation, Reversible Amorphization, and Anomalous Visible Light Response in Organolead Bromide Perovskite”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2015, 137, 11144-11149.
26. S. G. Zhao, P. F. Gong, S. Y. Luo, L. Bai, Z. S. Lin*, Y. Y. Tang, Y. L. Zhou, M. C. Hong, J. H. Luo*, “Tailored Synthesis of a Nonlinear Optical Phosphate with Short Absorption Edge”, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.2015, 54, 4217 –4221.
27. C. Y. Peng, L. Kang, S. Cao, Y. Chen, Z. S. Lin, W. F. Fu, "Nanostructured Ni2P as a Robust Catalyst for the Hydrolytic Dehydrogenation of Ammonia–Borane", Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2015, 54, 15725 –15729.
28. S. G. Zhao, P. F. Gong, S. Y. Luo, L. Bai, Z. S. Lin*, C. M. Ji, T. L. Chen, M. C. Hong, J. H. Luo*, “Deep-Ultraviolet Transparent Phosphates RbBa2(PO3)5 and Rb2Ba3(P2O7)2 Show Nonlinear Optical Activity from Condensation of [PO4]3? Units”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2014, 136, 8560?8563.
29. W. Li, A. Thirumurugan, P. T. Barton, Z. S. Lin*, S. Henke, H. H.-M. Yeung, M. T. Wharmby, E. G. Bithell, C. J. Howard, and A. K. Cheetham*, “Mechanical Tunability via Hydrogen Bonding in Metal?Organic Frameworks with the Perovskite Architecture”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2014, 136, 7801-7804.
30. S. G. Zhao, P. F. Gong, L. Bai, X. Xu, S. Q. Zhang, Z. H. Sun, Z. S. Lin*, M. C. Hong, C. T. Chen, J. H. Luo*, “Beryllium-free Li4Sr(BO3)2 for deep-ultraviolet nonlinear optical applications”, Nat. Comm. 2014, 5, 4019.
31. G. Zhang, Y. J. Li, H. Y. Zeng, T. Liu, X. G. Chen, J. G. Qin*, Z. S. Lin*, P. Z. Fu, Y. C. Wu, and C. T. Chen, “A New Mixed-halide, Cs2HgI2Cl2: Molecular Engineering for New Nonlinear Optical Material in the IR Region”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2012, 134, 14818.

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