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Jingsong Huang


Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
United States Minor Outlying Islands

Jingsong Huang

Biography

Bio Jingsong Huang received his Bachelor degree in Chemistry from Southwest China Normal University (currently known as Southwest University), Chongqing, China and his Master degree in Physical Chemistry from Nankai University, Tianjin, China. Afterwards he worked as an engineer at the Southwest Research & Design Institute of Chemical Industry, Chengdu, China. His initial background was experimental Organic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry. Since 1999 he decided to pursue theoretical research using quantum chemistry. He received his Ph D in Physical Chemistry from Georgetown University in 2006. Research interests are mainly the theoretical studies of the electronic, optical, and magnetic properties of solid-state and nanophase materials, chemical reaction mechanism, and electrical energy storage. With a background of an experimental chemist and the expertise of a computational and theoretical chemist, his primary goal is to establish the bridge between experimental observations and theoretical rationalizations, which will hopefully lend supports for experimental materials optimizations. Awards 2015 Distinguished Award for a Scientific or Technical Contribution, CSMD, ORNL 2012 Distinguished Scientific Paper Published, CSMD, ORNL 2008 IBM-Löwdin Fellowship, the 48th Sanibel Symposium 2006 Harold N. Glassman Dissertation Award in Sciences, Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, Georgetown University

Research Interest

Chemistry

Publications

  • "Dynamic charge storage in ionic–liquids-filled nanopores: Insight from a computational cyclic voltammetry study," Y. He, J. Huang, B. G. Sumpter, A. A. Kornyshev, R. Qiao, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 6, 22-30 (2015)

  • “Density functional studies of stoichiometric surfaces of orthorhombic hybrid perovskite CH3NH3PbI3,” Y. Wang, B. G. Sumpter, J. Huang, H. Zhang, P. Liu, H. Yang, H. Zhao, J. Phys. Chem. C 119, 1136-1145 (2015)

  • “Nitrogen-doping enables covalent-like pi-pi bonding between graphenes,” Y. Tian, J. Huang, X. Sheng, B. G. Sumpter, M. Yoon, M. Kertesz, Nano Lett. 15, 5482-5491 (2015)

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