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Fengtao Fan (范峰滔)

Ph. D., Professor


Vice director of State Key Laboratory of Catalysis


Address: 

Dalian National Laboratory for Clean Energy (DNL)

Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (DICP)

Zhongshan Road 457, 116023, Dalian, China


Email: ftfan@dicp.ac.cn


Tel.: 86-411-84379027


Education and Work Experiences

2016- State Key Laboratory of Catalysis, Vice director

2015- Professor, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics

2011-2012 Visiting Scholar, Utrecht University, the Netherland

2010-2015 Associate Professor/Hundred Talent Program, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics

2003-2010 PhD, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics


Awards and Honor

2019 National Ten Thousand Talent Program – Young Top-Notch Talent

2018 Zhang Dayu Excellent scholar by DICP

2018 Young Scientist Excellence Award by Chinese Renewable Energy Society, Photochemistry Committee

2016 Zhang Dayu Youth scholar by DICP

2013 Lu Jiaxi Young Scientist Award of Chinese Academy of Sciences

2012 Rising Star Award by the Catalysis Society of China

2012 Young Scientist Award of 15th International Congress on Catalysis

2011 National Award for Natural Sciences, Second Prize

2011 Outstanding Thesis Awards of Chinese Academy of Sciences

2010 Hundred-talent program of DICP

2010 Natural Science Prize of Liaoning Province, First Prize

2009 Lin-Liwu Catalysis Award for Ph. D student

2008 DICP-Corning Award

2008 Young Scientist Award of 14th International Congress on Catalysis


Research Interests:

·         operando spectroscopy

·         Photoelectrical imaging spectroscopy

·         Photoinduced charge separation at nm/μm scale

·         Development of Deep Ocean UV Raman spectrograph


Representative Publications

 

Photoelectrical imaging spectroscopy & Photocatalysis

1.          Ruotian Chen; Shan Pang; Hongyu An; Thomas Dittrich* ; Fengtao Fan* ; Can Li *, Nano Lett., 2019, 1, 426

2.          Ruotian Chen; Shan Pang; Hongyu An; Jian Zhu; Sheng Ye; Yuying Gao; Fengtao Fan*; Can Li*, Charge separation via asymmetric illumination in photocatalytic Cu2O particles, Nature Energy, 2018, 3: 655~663

3.          Ruotian Chen; Fengtao Fan* ; Thomas Dittrich* ; Can Li *, Imaging photogenerated charge carriers on surfaces and interfaces of photocatalysts with surface photovoltage microscopy, Chem. Soc. Rev. 2018, 47: 8238-8262

4.          Jian Zhu; Shan Pang; Thomas Dittrich; Yuying Gao; Wei Nie; Junyan Cui; Ruotian Chen; Hongyu An; Fengtao Fan*; Can Li*,Visualizing the Nano Cocatalyst Aligned Electric Fields on Single Photocatalyst Particles, Nano Lett., 2017, 17: 6735~6741

5.          Yuying Gao; Jian Zhu; Hongyu An; Pengli Yan; Baokun Huang; Ruotian Chen; Fengtao Fan*; Can Li*, Directly Probing Charge Separation at Interface of TiO2 Phase Junction, J. Phy. Chem. Letters, 2017, 8: 1419~1423

6.          Zhu, Jian#; Fan, Fengtao#; Chen, Ruotian; An, Hongyu; Feng, Zhaochi; Li, Can *, Direct Imaging of Highly Anisotropic Photogenerated Charge Separations on Different Facets of a Single BiVO4 Photocatalyst , Angew. Chem., Int. Ed., 2015, 54: 5111~9114

 

In situ UV Raman spectroscopy @ zeolite catalysts

7.          Hongyu An; Fei Zhang; Zaihong Guan; Xuebin Liu; Fengtao Fan*; Can Li*, Investigating the Coke Formation Mechanism of H-ZSM-5 during Methanol Dehydration Using Operando UV-Raman Spectroscopy, ACS Catal. 2018, 8, 9207–9215

8.          Fan F, Feng Z, Li C*. UV Raman spectroscopic study on the synthesis mechanism and assembly of molecular sieves. Chem Soc Rev 39, 4794-4801 (2010)

9.          Fan F, Feng Z, Li C*. UV Raman Spectroscopic Studies on Active Sites and Synthesis Mechanisms of Transition Metal-Containing Microporous and Mesoporous Materials. Acc Chem Res 43, 378-387 (2010)

10.       Fan F, Sun K, Feng Z, Xia H, Han B, Lian Y, Li C* et al. From Molecular Fragments to Crystals: A UV Raman Spectroscopic Study on the Mechanism of Fe-ZSM-5 Synthesis. Chem-Eur J 15, 3268-3276 (2009)

11.       Fan F, Feng Z, Sun K, Guo M, Guo Q, Song Y,Li C* et al. In Situ UV Raman Spectroscopic Study on the Synthesis Mechanism of AlPO-5. Angew Chem, Int Ed 48, 8743-8747 (2009)