Li-Feng CHEN
National outstanding youth fund winner
Research Field

The era of fossil energy will go out due to its shortcomings of limited resources and environmental pollution. Meanwhile, the renewable energy is assumed to be able to unlimitedly use and become the concerned focus of the world. At present, solar energy, wind energy and other renewable energy is restricted by its intrinsic disadvantages of the intermittent and instability. It is still difficult to achieve in a large-scale, but electrochemical technology can be used to convert unstable renewable energy into chemical energy and further obtain stable electrical energy output.

Biomass materials are a huge treasure given to humans by the nature, and have many advantages in the development of energy storage and conversion electrodes, such as abundant sources, environmentally friendliness, renewability, low cost and so on. It can be seen that from the comprehensive consideration of the economic, practical and sustainable development of materials, the use of biomass to develop energy storage and conversion electrode materials is of extremely important strategic significance.

At present, our research group is mainly engaged in the structural design, macro preparation and study of biomass-derived nanomaterials and their electrochemical energy storage and conversion (new secondary batteries, flexible energy storage devices, photo/electrocatalysis, etc).

The development goal of the research group is to cultivate outstanding students and establish extensive and good cooperative relations with friends in academia and industry.

We thank all friends over the world for the continued support and help! We sincerely hope that all friends will put forward valuable comments and suggestions.


Paper Publications MORE+
Super-Stretchable and High-Energy Micro-Pseudocapacitors Based on MXene Embedded Ag Nanoparticles, Zhiqian Cao#, Yinbo Zhu#, Kai Chen#, Quan Wang, Yujin Li, Xianjun Xing, Jie Ru*, Ling-Guo Meng, Jie Shu, Netanel Shpigel, Li-Feng Chen*, Advanced Materials, DOI: 10.1002/adma.202401271.2024, Agar-Based Interface for Suppressing Parasitic Reactions toward High-Performance Aqueous Zn-Ion Batteries, Batteries & Supercaps, 2024, DOI: 10.1002/batt.202400159 (Invited Paper).2024, Rational Design of Cross-Linked N-Doped C-Sn Nanofibers as Free-Standing Electrodes towards High-Performance Li-Ion Battery Anodes, Ying Li, Yushen Zhao, Kai Chen, Xu Liu, Tingfeng Yi, Li-Feng Chen*, Acta Physico-Chimica Sinica, 2024, 40 (3), 2305007, Invited Paper, Cover Paper.2024, Sodium citrate electrolyte additive to improve zinc anode behavior in aqueous zinc-ion batteries, Xin Liu, Liang Yue, Wei-Xu Dong, Yi-Fan Qu, Xianzhong Sun, Li-Feng Chen*, Batteries, 2024, 10(3), 97 (Invited Paper).2024, Three-Dimensional Zinc-Seeded Carbon Nanofiber Architectures as Lightweight and Flexible Hosts for a Highly Reversible Zinc Metal Anode, Jian-Hua Wang#, Li-Feng Chen#,*, Wei-Xu Dong, Kailong Zhang, Yi-Fan Qu, Jia-Wei Qian, Shu-Hong Yu,* ACS Nano, 2023, 17 (19), 19087-19097.2023, Manipulating Oxygen Vacancies to Spur Ion Kinetics in V2O5 Structures for Superior Aqueous Zinc-Ion Batteries, Jia-Jia Ye#, Pei-Hua Li#, Hao-Ran Zhang, Zong-Yin Song, Tianju Fan, Wanqun Zhang, Jie Tian, Tao Huang, Yitai Qian, Zhiguo Hou*, Netanel Shpigel, Li-Feng Chen* and Shi Xue Dou, Advanced Functional Materials, 2023, 33(46), 2305659.2023,
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