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Chen, Jun Professor

Professor

  • Australian Institute for Innovative Materials
  • Intelligent Polymer Research Institute

Research Overview


  • Since 2004, I have undertaken fundamental studies into “Supported Molecular Catalysts for fuel cell applications.” This research has been supported by an ARC discovery project.  Recently we have developed our Novel Carbon Nanotube 3D Architectures for Electrochemical Devices and Bionics (Patent filed).  My major aim is to explore ‘The Synthesis and Charaterisation of novel Nanoelectromaterials in Catalytic and Bionic Applications’ with a collaboration of both internal and external research groups.



    Synthesis and Characterisation of Carbon Nanotube based 3D Architectures

    • Fuel Cell Applications including Cell Design and Catalytic Electrodes
    • Preparation of Nanostructured Electromaterials
    • Electrocatalysts and their application in electrochemical and bionic devices
    • Energy Storage and Energy Conversion 

Selected Publications


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Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Master of Philosophy A figure of merit approach to quantifying dye degradation in film paste reactors Al-Musawi, Atheer
    Doctor of Philosophy Nano-Structured Carbon Materials for Sodium Ion Batteries Yang, Fuhua
    Doctor of Philosophy Development of Advanced Materials for Li-Air Batteries Wu, Chang
    Doctor of Philosophy Development of Innovative Functionalized Colored NanoMaterials in Lateral Flow Biosensor Applications for Disease-Related Biomarkers Qin, Chunyan
    Doctor of Philosophy The Design and Development of Flexible Redox-Gel Integrated Electrode for Wearable Thermal Capacitor Zhang, Shuai
    Doctor of Philosophy Fabrication of graphene coated nanoporous metals/alloys as high-performance electrocatalyst Jia, Lisha
    Doctor of Philosophy The Design and Development of Flexible Redox-Gel Integrated Electrode Zhou, Yuetong

Research Overview


  • Since 2004, I have undertaken fundamental studies into “Supported Molecular Catalysts for fuel cell applications.” This research has been supported by an ARC discovery project.  Recently we have developed our Novel Carbon Nanotube 3D Architectures for Electrochemical Devices and Bionics (Patent filed).  My major aim is to explore ‘The Synthesis and Charaterisation of novel Nanoelectromaterials in Catalytic and Bionic Applications’ with a collaboration of both internal and external research groups.



    Synthesis and Characterisation of Carbon Nanotube based 3D Architectures

    • Fuel Cell Applications including Cell Design and Catalytic Electrodes
    • Preparation of Nanostructured Electromaterials
    • Electrocatalysts and their application in electrochemical and bionic devices
    • Energy Storage and Energy Conversion 

Selected Publications


Investigator On


Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Master of Philosophy A figure of merit approach to quantifying dye degradation in film paste reactors Al-Musawi, Atheer
    Doctor of Philosophy Nano-Structured Carbon Materials for Sodium Ion Batteries Yang, Fuhua
    Doctor of Philosophy Development of Advanced Materials for Li-Air Batteries Wu, Chang
    Doctor of Philosophy Development of Innovative Functionalized Colored NanoMaterials in Lateral Flow Biosensor Applications for Disease-Related Biomarkers Qin, Chunyan
    Doctor of Philosophy The Design and Development of Flexible Redox-Gel Integrated Electrode for Wearable Thermal Capacitor Zhang, Shuai
    Doctor of Philosophy Fabrication of graphene coated nanoporous metals/alloys as high-performance electrocatalyst Jia, Lisha
    Doctor of Philosophy The Design and Development of Flexible Redox-Gel Integrated Electrode Zhou, Yuetong
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