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HE Junhui

Update time:2018-12-26

Name:   HE Junhui
E-mail:  jhhe@mail.ipc.ac.cn

HE Junhui, a Ph.D. as well as researcher. He graduated from the Department of Materials and Applied Chemistry of National University of Defense Technology in 1985. He received his master's and doctoral degrees from the Institute of Photographic Chemistry of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1988 and 1991respectively. He served as a post-doctoral researcher at the Manchester Institute of Technology, England, from 1991 to 1993. In 1993, he was promoted to be an associate researcher at the Institute of Photographic Chemistry of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. In 1995, he was also a researcher at the Federal Applied Chemistry Research Center of Mexico. In 1996, he was promoted to researcher at the Institute of Photographic Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences. From 2000 to 2004, he was a member of the Japanese Government Special Research Fellow (STA fellow) and the Institute of Physical Chemistry (RIKEN) Frontier Research System (FRS). He is currently a researcher, doctoral supervisor and research leader of the Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry of CAS, mainly engaging in the research and development of functional nanomaterials and devices. He has published more than 180 papers in core journals at home and abroad, and applied for 45 domestic and foreign patents, some of which were positively reported and commented by the American Society of Materials (MRS Bulletin), ACS News Service Weekly PressPac, BBC News, and The Economist, ScienceWeek, ChemViews Magazine (Wiley-VCH & ChemPubSoc Europe), Nature Materials, Science Times, Japan Sankei Shimbun, China Science Network, etc. He has won the title of Outstanding Youth of CAS and Outstanding Youth of the Central State Organs, the Royal Society of Chemistry and the Chemical Society Award, the Fellowship of the Mexican Federal Science and Technology Committee, the STA Fellowship of the Japanese Government, and Frontier Research System Award of RIKEN.

Research Field:
Nano-structured ultra-thin films of organic, inorganic and composite materials; preparation and research of metal and semiconductor nanoparticles; construction and performance study of biomimetic nanostructures; preparation and research of new carbon functional materials; nano-modification and function of materials self-assembly and patterning; application research of advanced nanomaterials.

[1]J. He, et al, Ultrafine platinum nanoparticles in zirconia nanofilms: Preparation and thermal stability, Chemical Physics Letters, 2008, 454,274-278
[2]X. Liu and J. He*,Hierarchically Structured Porous Films of Silica Hollow Spheres via Layer-by-Layer Assembly and Their Superhydrophilic and Antifogging Properties, ChemPhysChem 2008,9,305-309.
[3]X. Du and J. He*, Facile size-controllable syntheses of highly monodisperse polys tyrene nano-and microspheres by polyvinylpyrrolidone-med iated emulsifier-free emulsion polymerization, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 2008,108(3),1755-1760.
[4]H. Chen, J. He*, et al,Self-Assembly of Novel Mesoporous Manganese Oxide Nanostructures and Their Application in Oxidative Decomposition of Formaldehyde,J. Phys. Chem. C 2007,111,18033-18038.
[5]H. Chen and J. He*,Self-assembly of Birnessite Manganese Dioxide into Monodisperse Honeycomb and Hollow Nanospheres,Chem. Lett. 2007, 36, 174-175.
[6]H. Chen, J. He*,Rapid evaporation-induced synthesis of monodisperse budded silica spheres J. Colloid Interface Sci. 2007, 316, 211-215.
[7]X. Liu and J. He*,Hierarchically structured superhydrophilic coatings fabricated by self-assembling raspberry- like silica nanospheres, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 2007, 314, 341-345.
[8]J. He, et al, Fabrication of Metal-Nanoparticle/Carbon-Fiber Composites having a Microtube-array Morphology, J. Nanoparticle Research, 2007, 9, 931-937.
[9]J. He and X. Liu, Biomimetic Synthesis of Hierarchically Porous Materials and Their Stabilization Effects on Metal Nanoparticles, Nanostructured Materials and Nanotechnology, 2007, 28(6), 31-39.
[10] X. Chen, J. He, et al, “Novel In Situ Fabrication of Chestnut-Like Carbon Nanotube Spheres from Polypropylene and Nickel Formate”, J.Phys. Chem. B, 2006, 110, 21684-21689.
[11] J. He, et al, “Formation of Silver Nanoparticles and Nanocraters on Silicon Wafers”, Langmuir 2006, 22, 7881-7884.
[12] C. Li, J. He, et al, “Easy Replication of Pueraria Lobata toward Hierarchically Ordered Porous γ-Al2O3“, Langmuir 2006, 22, 2827-2831.
[13] S. Onoue, J. He, et al, “An Easy Approach to Fabrication of Silica Nanofibers/Nanotubes via Wrapping Sacrificial Cd(OH)2 Nanostrands”, Chem. Lett. 2006, 35, 1088-1089.
[14] J. He, et al, “Fabrication of Gold Nanosheet and Nanowire by Oxygen Plasma Induced Fusion of Densely Arrayed Nanoparticles”, Chem. Lett. 2006, 35, 214-215.
[15] J. He, et al, “Are Ceramic Nanofilms a Soft Matter?”, Soft Matter 2006, 2, 119-125.
[16] J. He, et al, “Fabrication of Metal-Nanoparticle/Carbon-Fiber Composites having a Microtube-array Morphology”, J.Nanoparticle Research 2006, accepted.
[17] S. Liu, et al, “Facile Fabrication of Porous Titania Microtube Arrays by Replication of Human Hair”, J. Am. Ceram. Soc, 2005, 88, 3513-3514.
[18] J. He, T. Kunitake, “In Situ Fabrication of Metal Nanoparticles in Solid Matrices”, in Nanocrystals Forming Mesoscopic Structures, edited by M-P. Pileni, 2005, Wiley-VCH.
[19] J. He, et al, “Porous and Nonporous Ag Nanostructures Fabricated using Cellulose Fiber as Template”, Chem. Commun., 2005, 795-796.
[20] J. He, et al, “Preparation and Thermal Stability of Gold Nanoparticles in Silk-Templated Porous Filaments of Titania and Zirconia.”, Chem. Mater., 2004, 16, 2656-2661.
[21] J. He, et al, “Facile Fabrication of Composites of Platinum Nanoparticles and Amorphous Carbon Films by Catalyzed Carbonization of Cellulose Fibers”, Chem. Commun., 2004, 410-411.
[22] J. He,et al, “Facile Fabrication of Ag-Pd Bimetallic Nanoparticles in Ultrathin TiO2-Gel Films: Nanoparticle Morphology and Catalytic Activity”, J. Am. Chem.Soc., 2003, 125, 11034-11040.
[23] J. He, et al, “Facile In Situ Synthesis of Noble Metal Nanoparticles in Porous Cellulose Fibers”, Chem. Mater., 2003, 15, 4401-4406.
[24] J. He, et al, “Preparation of Porous and Non-porous Silica Nanofilms from Aqueous Sodium Silicate”, Chem. Mater., 2003, 17, 3308-3313.
[25] J. He, et al, “Reversible Conversion of Nanoparticles of Metallic Silver and Silver Oxide in Ultrathin Films: A Chemical Transformation in Nano-space”, Chem. Commun., 2002, 17, 1910-1911.
[26] J. He, et al, “In-situ Synthesis of Noble Metal Nanoparticles in Ultrathin TiO2-Gel Films by Combination of Ion Exchange and Reductive Processes”, Langmuir, 2002, 18, 10005-10010.
[27] J. He, et al, “A General, Efficient Method of Incorporation of Metal Ions into Ultrathin TiO2 Films”, Chem. Mater., 2002, 14, 3493-3500.
[28] T. Kunitake, I. Ichinose, M. Hashizume, J. He, J. Huang, S. Fujikawa, “Recent Developments in the Surface Sol-Gel Process”, in Nanotechnology Toward the Organic Photonics, edited by H. Sasabe, 2002, Tokyo, p. 125-132. [29] J. He, et al, “Imprinting of Coordination Geometry in Ultrathin Films via the Surface Sol-Gel Process”, Chem. Lett., 2001, 850-851.

1. Patent,Publication number:CN 1978317A,Application date:2005.12.09
2. Patent,Publication number:CN 101139104A,Application date:2006.09.07
3. Patent,Publication number:CN 101152962A,Application date:2006.09.27
4. Patent,Publication number:CN 101168475A,Application date:2006.10.23
5. Patent,Publication number:200610114752.6,Application date:2006.11.22
6. Patent,Publication number:200610165231.3,Application date:2006.12.14
7. Patent,Publication number:200610171607.1,Application date:2006.12.31
8. Patent,Publication number:200710098738.6,Application date:2007.04.26
9. Patent,Publication number:200710098739.0,Application date:2007.04.26
10. Patent,Publication number:200710118281.0,Application date:2007.07.04
11. Patent,Publication number:200710122109.2,Application date:2007.09.21
12. Patent,Publication number:200710177211.2,Application date:2007.11.12
13. Patent,Publication number:200810102088.2,Application date:2008.03.17