Affiliation: Northwestern Polytechnical University
Lecture Title: Preparation and electrochemical energy storage performance of cobalt based nanomaterials
Personal CV (a paragraph):Prof. Huiqing Fan awarded his Ph.D. in Electronic Material Science (1998), MS in Electronic Engineering (1995), and B.S. in Physics (1992) at Xi’an Jiaotong University. Since 2003, he is a professor in Material Science and Engineering at Northwestern Polytechnical Univeristy, China, and is serving as an Editor, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, and Scientific Reports. Prof. Fan is interested in the ceramic processing, chemical synthesis and crystal growth of new and improved oxide ferroelectric materials for dielectric and piezoelectric applications. Emphases have been put on the structure-property relationships for ferroelectric, piezoelectric, pyroelectric and photo-electronic ceramics in polycrystalline and single crystal form, including nanocrystalline materials and thin-layer devices. The overall goal is to develop better materials and methods for the preparation of advanced electrical ceramics and integrated devices. He published 4 books, over 500 authored / co-authored peer reviewed SCI papers and also holds 29 Chinese patents. So far, 35 Ph. D. students and 78 MS students got their degrees under his supervision in his Electronic Informational Materials group at Northwestern Polytechnical University. More information may be on https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=BykwQ5YAAAAJ&hl=en, and https://teacher.nwpu.edu.cn/fanhuiqing.