Prof. Fuqiang Huang | Energy | Best Researcher Award


👨‍🏫Professional Summary 🌟

Chair Professor Dr. Fuqiang Huang, a leading figure in inorganic solid-state chemistry and new energy materials at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. 📚 With 600+ impactful publications, including in prestigious journals like Science and Nat. Mater., and an impressive H-factor of 92.  Recognized with multiple awards, such as the National Natural Science Award (2017) and Shanghai Natural Science Award (2016, 2019).  Renowned for groundbreaking research, his work on “double high” energy storage materials has far-reaching applications in water purification, photovoltaic energy, and energy storage.  A key player in shaping China’s scientific landscape, contributing to major projects and holding influential positions. #MaterialsScience #EnergyInnovation 🚀

🌐 Professional Profiles

🎓 Academic Leadership

Head of the Innovation Team in key fields of the Ministry of Science and Technology. Chief Scientist of key projects of the Science and Technology Commission. Chief Scientist of the National Key R&D Program.

📚 Research Output

Published 600+ high-impact papers in renowned journals such as Science, Nat. Mater., Nat. Phys., J. Am. Chem. Soc., etc. H-index of 92 and over 35,000 citations. Multiple appearances as a highly cited scientist globally.

🏆 Honors and Awards

Second prize of National Natural Science Award (2017). First prize of Shanghai Natural Science Award (2016, 2019). Recognition as a leading figure in national and international scientific and technological innovation programs.

🔬 Research Focus

  • Inorganic solid-state chemistry.
  • Energy material and device research.

🌐 Global Recognition

Selected into the National Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars. Recognized as a leading talent in scientific and technological innovation in the “Ten Thousand Talents Program.” Part of the National One Million Talents Project.

💡 Key Contributions

Proposed theoretical models like “double structure-functional regions” and “packing factor” for solid-state chemical design. Developed new compound systems used in photocatalysis, optoelectronics, energy storage, and superconductors. Pioneering discovery of “double high” few layered carbon electrode, acknowledged by Nobel Prize winner Prof. Goodenough. Application of new materials in water purification, photovoltaic energy, and “double high” energy storage.

🌟 Industrial Impact

Black TiO2 material used for water purification in multiple regions. Low-cost non-vacuum method for manufacturing high-efficiency solar cells. “Double high” energy storage devices with exceptional energy and power density, surpassing international benchmarks.

🏅 Competition Recognition

Achievements listed in the “important scientific research progress” of the Science and Technology Commission in 2020. Included in the “Innovation China” pilot technology list of the China Association for Science and Technology in 2020. Among the top four in the national civil-military high power device comparison and test competition.

📚Top Noted Publication

Nitrogen-doped mesoporous carbon of extraordinary capacitance for electrochemical energy storage Paper Published in 2015 Cited by 1920

Black titanium dioxide (TiO 2) nanomaterials Paper Published in 2015 Cited by 1274

Study of the electronic structure and photocatalytic activity of the BiOCl photocatalyst Paper Published in 2006 Cited by 1190

H‐doped black titania with very high solar absorption and excellent photocatalysis enhanced by localized surface plasmon resonance Paper Published in 2016 Cited by 693

Visible-light photocatalytic, solar thermal and photoelectrochemical properties of aluminium-reduced black titania Paper Published in 2013 Cited by 677

Improved‐performance dye‐sensitized solar cells using Nb‐doped TiO2 electrodes: efficient electron injection and transfe Paper Published in 2010 Cited by 592

Core-shell nanostructured “black” rutile titania as excellent catalyst for hydrogen production enhanced by sulfur doping Paper Published in 2013 Cited by 451

Black TiO2 nanotube arrays for high-efficiency photoelectrochemical water-splitting Paper Published in 2014 Cited by 393

Effective nonmetal incorporation in black titania with enhanced solar energy utilization Paper Published in 2014 Cited by 393

Origin of strong excitation wavelength dependent fluorescence of graphene oxide Paper Published in 2014 Cited by 388

Photocatalytic activities of heterojunction semiconductors Bi2O3/BaTiO3: a strategy for the design of efficient combined photocatalysts Paper Published in 2007 Cited by 387

A wide-band-gap p-type thermoelectric material based on quaternary chalcogenides of Cu2ZnSnQ4 (Q= S, Se) Paper Published in 2009 Cited by 361


Fuqiang Huang | Energy| Best Researcher Award

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