Professor of Chemistry ,Director of the Institute of Polymer Science and Engineering

Phone: (86)27-87559627

Email: liukui@mail.hust.edu.cn

Academic Areas: Phosphorus chemistry and phosphorus-based functional polymer

Phosphorus is one of the most abundant elements on earth and small amounts of phosphorus in a polymer can be greatly advantageous. Normally,two kinds of phosphorus-containing polymer have been widely studied, namely polyphosphoester and poly(phosphine oxide). Our researches focus on:

1. Chemistry of phosphorus and phosphorus-containing polymer, including fire-retardant polymer, biopolymer, high performance polymer such as phosphorus-containing polybenzoxazines and epoxy resin  

2. Green or eco-friendly method to prepare poly(phosphine oxide)s,Polyphosphoesters and related polymer  

3. Design and synthesis of phosphorus-containing biomaterials injectable tissue engineering materials for tissue repairing

Academic Degrees

1984.09-1988.07  Bsc in Department of Chemistry, Beijing Normal University, China.

1988.09-1991.07  MS in College of Materials and Chemical Engineering, Hainan University

1991.09-1994.12  PhD in Department of Chemistry, Huazhong University of Science and Technology 

Professional Experience

2006-      Professor, Department of Chemistry, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China

2000-2005   Associated Professor, Department of Chemistry, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China

1998-1999   Postdoc, Department of Chemistry, Hongkong Baptist University

1996-1997   Postdoc, State key Lab of Polymer Materials and Engineering, Sichuan University

Selected Publications

• Dendritic organic-inorganic hybrid polyphenol and branched benzoxazine monomers with low curing temperature. By Zhang, Min; Tan, Zhiwei; Ma, Hongxia; Qiu, Jinjun; Liu, Chengmei. From RSC Advances (2014), Ahead of Print. Language: English, Database: CAPLUS, DOI:10.1039/C4RA07035F
• A simple method to introduce phosphoester groups into a polybenzoxazine backbone as multifunctional modifiers. By Zhang, Min; Tan, Zhiwei; Hu, Siqian; Qiu, Jinjun; Liu, Chengmei. From RSC Advances (2014), 4(83), 44234-44243. Language: English, Database: CAPLUS, DOI:10.1039/C4RA05136J
• Phosphorus-containing polymers from tetrakis-(hydroxymethyl)phosphonium sulfate III. A new hydrolysis-resistant tris(allyloxymethyl)phosphine oxide and its thiol-ene reaction under ultraviolet irradiation. By Tan, Zhiwei; Wu, Chengyan; Zhang, Min; Lv, Wenzhong; Qiu, Jinjun; Liu, Chengmei. From RSC Advances (2014), 4(79), 41705-41713. 
• Phosphorus-containing polymers from THPS.I. Design, synthesis, and characterization of novel monomer and polyureas. By Tan, Zhi-Wei; Zhang, Min; Guo, Hui-Zi; Qiu, Jin-Jun; Liu, Cheng-Mei. From Designed Monomers and Polymers (2014), 17(8), 762-774. 
• A New Polymer Containing α-Aminophosphonate Unit Used as Reactive, Halogen-Free Flame Retardant for Epoxy Resins. By Qiu, Jin-Jun; Xue, Qian; Liu, Yuan-Yuan; Pan, Min; Liu, Cheng-Mei. From Phosphorus, Sulfur and Silicon and the Related Elements (2014), 189(3), 361-373. 
• Microbelts and flower-like particles of hexakis-(4-(5-styryl-1,3,4-oxazodiazol-2-yl) -phenoxy)-cyclotriphosphazene: self-assembly and photoreaction. By Liu, Shu-Zheng; Qiu, Jin-Jun; Zhang, Ai-Qing; Liu, Cheng-Mei. From RSC Advances (2013), 3(20), 7472-7478. 
• Well-defined organic-inorganic hybrid benzoxazine monomers based on cyclotriphosphazene: Synthesis, properties of the monomers and polybenzoxazines. By Wu, Xiong; Liu, Shu-Zheng; Tian, Da-Ting; Qiu, Jin-Jun; Liu, Cheng-Mei. From Polymer (2011), 52(19), 4235-4245. 
• 1D Nano- and Microbelts Self-Assembled from the Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Molecules: Oxadiazole-Containing Cyclotriphosphazene. By Liu, Shu-Zheng; Wu, Xiong; Zhang, Ai-Qing; Qiu, Jin-Jun; Liu, Cheng-Mei. From Langmuir (2011), 27(7), 3982-3990. 
• Highly branched benzoxazine monomer based on cyclotriphosphazene: Synthesis and properties of the monomer and polybenzoxazines. By Wu, Xiong; Zhou, Yun; Liu, Shu-Zheng; Guo, Ya-Ni; Qiu, Jin-Jun; Liu, Cheng-Mei. From Polymer (2011), 52(4), 1004-1012. 
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