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Name:
Xiaochun Wu
Education:
Ph.D.
Positions:
Academic title:
Professor
Postal Code:
1001190
Subject categories:
Chemistry
Mailing Address:
No.11,Beiyitiao Zhongguancun Beijing,china
E-mail:
wuxc(AT)nanoctr.cn

Resume:
Prof. Dr. Xiaochun WU, Ph.D. in Science from Nankai University in 1995, followed a two-year postdoctor research in institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Sponsored by a fellowship from Alexander-von-Humboldt-Stiftung, had carried out research in institut für Chemie Anorganischer Materialien (Prof. S. Veprek), Technische Universit?t München from January, 1998 to August, 1999. As a visiting scientist in Nanoscale Science Department (Prof. K. Kern), Max-Planck-Institute for Solid State Research from September, 1999 to May, 2003. As a research staff in Physikalisches Institut, Westf?lische Wilhelms-Universit?t from July, 2003 to December, 2004. From Feburary, 2005, professor in National Center for Nanoscience and Technology. Until now more than 40 scientific papers have been published in the international and domestic journals. Research areas: 1) Synthesis, characterization and optical properties of functionalized naomaterials. 2) Fabrication of micro/nano-scaled structures using nonconventional lithography methods. 3) Chemical and biomedical sensing based on SPR and SERS of noble metal nanostructures.

Direction:
Nanomaterials

Achievements:

Article:

[1] W. W. He,  X. C. Wu*, et al, Pt-Guided Formation of Pt-Ag Alloy Nanoislands on Au NRs and Improved Methanol Electro-Oxidation, J. Phys. Chem. C 113, 10505(2009).

[2] K. Zhang, X. C. Wu*, et al., “Enhanced Optical Responses of Au@Pd Core/Shell Nanobars.” Langmuir 25, 1162-1168 (2009).

[3] H. B. Liu, X. C. Wu, et al., “Tuning CuTCNQ Nanostructures on Patterned Copper Films.” J. Phys. Chem. C 112,17625-17630 (2008).

[4] L. L. Feng, X. C. Wu*, et al.,Well-Controlled Synthesis of Au@Pt Nanostructures by of Gold Nanorod-Seeded Growth.” Chem. Eur. J. 14, 9764-9771(2008).

[5] Y. J. Xiang, X. C. Wu*, et al., “Gold Nanorod-seeded growth of Silver Nanostructures: From Homogeneous Coating to Anisotropic Coating.” Langmuir 24, 3465-3470(2008).

[6] Y. J. Xiang, X. C. Wu*, et al., “Tuning the Morphology of Gold Nanocrystals by Switching the Growth of {110} facets from Restriction to Preference.” J. Phys. Chem. C 112,3203-3208(2008).

[7] Y. J. Xiang, X. C. Wu*, et al., “Formation of Rectangularly Shaped Pd/Au Bimetallic Nanorods: Evidence for Competing Growth of the Pd Shell between the {110} and {100} Side Facets of Au Nanorods.” Nano. Lett. 6, 2290(2006).

[8] X. C. Wu*, S. Lenhert, L. F. Chi*, H. Fuchs, “Interface Interaction Controlled Transport of CdTe Nanoparticles in the Microcontact Printing Process.” Langmuir 22, 7807(2006).

[9] X. C. Wu, A. M. Bittner, K. Kern, “Synthesis, Structure and Optical Properties of CdS/dendrimers nanocomposites.” J. Phys. Chem. B 109,230-239(2005).

[10] X. C. Wu, A. M. Bittner, K. Kern, “Direct Patterning of Photoluminescent CdS/dendrimer Nanocomposites on Hydroxyl-terminated Oxide Surfaces via Microcontact Printing.” Adv. Mater. 16, 413(2004).

[11] X. C. Wu, A. M. Bittner, K. Kern, “Spatially Selective Electroless Deposition of Cobalt on Oxide Surfaces Directed by Microcontact Printing of Dendrimers.” Langmuir, 18, 4984 (2002).

[12] X. C. Wu, A.M. Bittner, K. Kern, Ch. Eggs, and S. Veprek, “Kinetic oscillations of red photoluminescence from nanocrystalline Si/SiO2 films. ” Appl. Phys. Lett. 77, 645 (2000).  

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