Liao, Shijun
time: 2015-07-30


Shijun Liao


Prof. Shijun Liao
1999: Ph. D. in Chemical Engineering, South China University of Technology, China.
1988: M. S. in Physical Chemistry, Jilin University, China.
1982: B. S. in Chemistry, Hubei Normal University, China.

2005, 4-2005, 10: Visiting Professor, University of Calgary, CAN.
2000,2-2001,2: Visiting Scholar, University of the Western Cape, South Africa.

Research Areas:
Electrocatalysis and fuel cell, including fundmental research and development of (1) high dispersion and high performance catalysts, (2)Preparation techniques for Electrode-memebrane-assembly, (3) high performance and atmosphere stack, and (4) enfored membrane.
Microporous and mesoporous materials, resarches focused on (1) new synthesis methods, (2) new materials, and (3) the catalytic application of micro-and meso- porous materials.
Preparation, characterization and application of Nanomaterials.
Research and development of new processes and new catalysts for fine chmeicals.

Current Research Projects:
1. New materials for military application, sponsored by Army of China.
2. Synthesis of new type of mesoporous by using calicenes as templates, sponsored by the National Natural Science Foundation of China.
3. Preparation of high performcne catalysts and effects of addition of silicomolybdenum acid and silicotungstic acid on the perfromance of platinum catalysts, sponsored by the National Natural Science Foundation of China.
4. Resaerch and development of 300KW fuel cell power station, sponsored by Guangdong Science and Technology Development Program.
5. Developement of new generation of catalysts for fuel cell application, sponsored by Guangdong Provincial Natural Science Foundation.

Recent Publications:
1.Wang R F, Liao S J*, Fu Z Y, Ji S, Platinum free ternary electrocatalysts prepared via organic colloidal method for oxygen reduction, Electrochemistry Communications, 2008, 10:503-506.
2.Li H and Liao S J*. Synthesis of flower-like Co microcrystals composed of Co nanoplates in water/ethanol mixed solvent. J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 2008,41 (6) 065004.
3.Liao S J, Holmes, K.-A.; Tsaprailis, H.; Birss, V. I.,High Performance PtRuIr Catalysts Supported on Carbon Nanotubes for the Anodic Oxidation of Methanol,J. Am. Chem. Soc.; (Communication); 2006; 128(11); 3504-3505.
4.Liu J M, Liao S J*. Preparation of high performance Pt/CNT catalysts stabilized by ethylenediatminetetraacetic acid disodium salt, Fuel Cell, 2007,7 (5): 402-407.