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  • Yue Lin
  • Doctoral degree

Educational Experience

  • 2007.92012.12

     University of Science and Technology of China   Condensed Matter Physics   Doctoral Degree in Science   A PhD student in graduate school 

  • 2003.92007.7

     Lanzhou University   Condensed Matter Physics   Bachelor's Degree   Undergraduate (Bachelor’s degree) 

Social Affiliations

  • Youth Editor of Carbon Energy(IF=21.556)

  • Youth Editor of Green Energy & Environment  (IF=12.781)



Dr. Yue Lin is presently a professor at the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC). He has been recognized as a highly cited researcher in Chemistry by Clarivate Analytics from 2020 to 2022, and he is also a member of the Youth Innovation Promotion Association of the Chinese Academy of Sciences since 2020. To date, he has authored more than 50 papers as both the first and corresponding author in prestigious journals such as Science, Sci. Adv., Nat. Commun., Matter, Adv. Mater., Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., et al. These papers have garnered over 10,000 citations, and his H-index exceeds 70. He earned his B.S. degree in Condensed Matter Physics from Lanzhou University (LZU) in 2007 and his Ph.D. from USTC in 2012. In 2021, he received the National Science Fund for Excellent Young Scholars from NSFC. His primary research interests revolve around the development of transmission electron microscopy techniques, particularly in the field of spherical-aberration-corrected and in-situ transmission electron microscopy analysis of energy materials. His research aims to elucidate the growth mechanisms and energy storage mechanisms of new energy materials, as well as understand the relationship between material microstructure and properties.

PhD and Postdoc positions opening for candidate with a general background in Chemistry, Materials Science and Physics background.


Please contact: linyue@ustc.edu.cn

Research Interests

1. In-situ electron microscopic study of heterogeneous catalysis during catalytic reactions

2. In-situ electron microscopic study of energy materials during energy conversion and storage

3. Development of advanced transmission electron microscopy

Selected Publications

[1]. C.-L. Yang, L.-N. Wang, P. Yin, J. Liu, M.-X. Chen, Q.-Q. Yan, Z.-S. Wang, S.-L. Xu, S.-Q. Chu, C. Cui, H. Ju, J. Zhu, Y. Lin*, J. Shui*, H.-W. Liang*, Sulfur-anchoring synthesis of platinum intermetallic nanoparticle catalysts for fuel cells, Science, 374 (2021) 459-464.

[2]. Y. Lin*, M. Zhou, X. Tai, H. Li, X. Han, J. Yu, Analytical transmission electron microscopy for emerging advanced materials, Matter, 4 (2021) 2309-2339.

[3].P. Yin, S. Hu, K. Qian, Z. Wei, L.-L. Zhang, Y. Lin*, W. Huang, H. Xiong, W.-X. Li*, H.-W. Liang*, Quantification of critical particle distance for mitigating catalyst sintering, Nat. Commun., 12 (2021) 4865.

[4].X. Han, G. Wu, Y. Ge, S. Yang, D. Rao, Z. Guo, Y. Zhang, M. Yan, H. Zhang, L. Gu, Y. Wu, Y. Lin*, H. Zhang*, X. Hong*, In situ Observation of Structural Evolution and Phase Engineering of Amorphous Materials during Crystal Nucleation,   Adv. Mater., (2022) https://doi.org/10.1002/adma.202206994.

[5]. J. Cai, Y. Song, Y. Zang, S. Niu, Y. Wu, Y. Xie, X. Zheng, Y. Liu, Y. Lin*, X. Liu*, G. Wang*, Y. Qian, N-induced lattice contraction generally boost the hydrogen evolution catalysis of P-rich metal phosphides,Sci. Adv., 6 (2020) eaaw8113.

[6]. L. Wang, M. Chen, Q. Yan, S. Xu, S. Chu*, Y. Lin*, H.-W. Liang*, A sulfur-tethering synthesis strategy toward high-loading atomically dispersed noble metal catalysts, Sci. Adv., 5 (2020): eaax6322.

[7]. Z. Sun, Y. Liu, W. Ye, J. Zhang, Y. Wang, Y. Lin*, L. Hou, M.-S. Wang*, C. Yuan*, Unveiling Intrinsic Potassium Storage Behaviors of Hierarchical Nano Bi@N-Doped Carbon Nanocages Framework via In Situ Characterizations, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 60 (2021) 7180-7187.

[8]. W. Gong, Q. Yuan, C. Chen, Y. Lv, Y. Lin*, C. Liang, G. Wang, H. Zhang*, H. Zhao*, Liberating N-CNTs Confined Highly Dispersed Co-Nx Sites for Selective Hydrogenation of Quinolines, Adv. Mater., 31 (2019) 1906051.

[9]. Y. Chu, L. Guo, B. Xi, Z. Feng, F. Wu, Y. Lin*, J. Liu, D. Sun, J. Feng, Y. Qian, S. Xiong*, Embedding MnO@Mn3O4 Nanoparticles in an N-Doped-Carbon Framework Derived from Mn-Organic Clusters for Efficient Lithium Storage, Adv. Mater., 30 (2018) 1704244.

[10]. J. Bai, B. Xi, H. Mao, Y. Lin*, X. Ma, J. Feng, S. Xiong*, One-Step Construction of N,P-Codoped Porous Carbon Sheets/CoP Hybrids with Enhanced Lithium and Potassium Storage, Adv. Mater., 30 (2018) 1802310.

Personal Information

  • 特任教授
    Supervisor of Doctorate Candidates
    Supervisor of Master's Candidates
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  • Contact Information:0551-63607564
  • Academic Titles:Professor
  • Alma Mater:University of Science and Technology of China
  • Discipline:Chemistry
    Materials Science and Engineering
  • Academic Honor
  • 2021  elected:National outstanding youth fund winner ;
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