WANG Jingyu

Professor of Chemistry

Email: jingyu.wang@163.com

Academic Areas: Chemistry

Since 2014, Dr Wang Jingyu has been working in school of chemistry and chemical engineering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology as introduced talent. She graduated from chemistry department of Wuhan University in June, 2007. During 2007-2014, she was working in department of chemistry, Harbin Institute of Technology. Her research mainly focuses on photocatalytic materials, electrocatalytic materials, absorbing materials, and solar cell devices. The detailed interests include: (1) TiO2 based photocatalytic and electrocatalytic nanocomposites; (2) Carbon, conducting polymers, barium ferrite; (3) Structure design of conjugated polymers and assembly of polymer/TiO2 bulk heterojunction solar cells. So far she has finished several projects being supported by Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), Specialized Research Fund of Higher Education of China, Basic Research Ability Developing Program for Young Scholars of Harbin Institute of Technology, China Postdoctoral Science Foundation Project, and so on. She has published one monograph (Characterization of solid materials, 2011, Harbin Institute of Technology Press) and more than 20 papers in international journals (such as Chemical Communications, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, Environmental Science & Technology, Crystal Growth & Design, Journal of Hazardous Materials, CrystEngComm, Nanotechnology, et al). Three patents were awarded as Chinese invention patent.

Academic Degrees


PhD in Chemistry, Wuhan University


BA in Chemistry, Nanchang University

Professional Experience


Professor, School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology


Associate Professor, School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology


Visiting Scholar. Department of Chemistry, University of Chicago


Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Harbin Institute of Technology


Post doctor, Department of Chemistry, Harbin Institute of Technology


Lecturer, Department of Chemistry, Harbin Institute of Technology

Courses Taught

1.Physical Chemistry and Physical Chemistry Experiment

Awards and Honors

Selected Projects Funded

1. Research Fund for Talent Introduction of Huazhong University of Science and Technology

Amount granted: RMB 150,000.00

Period: Mar. 01, 2014-Feb. 31, 2017

2. Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC)

Topic: Soft-chemical method for constructing low-dimensional TiO2 based heterogeneous crystals and adjusting crystal phase and structure

Amount granted: RMB 200,000.00

Period: Jan. 01, 2011-Dec. 31, 2013

3. Basic Research Ability Developing Program for Young Scholars of Harbin Institute of Technology (985 Project)

Topic: Design, assembly and photocatalytic application of novel polymer based semiconductor nanocomposites

Amount granted: RMB 300,000.00

Period: Jan. 01, 2011-Dec. 31, 2013

4. Specialized Research Fund of Higher Education of China

Topic: Controlled synthesis and performance of novel zero-dimensional/one- dimensional TiO2 composites

Amount granted: RMB 36,000.00

Period: Jan. 01, 2010-Dec. 31, 2012

5. Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities

Topic: Exploration of novel dimensional adjustable TiO2 composite crystals

Amount granted: RMB 50,000.00

Period: Jan. 01, 2010-Dec. 31, 2011

6. China Postdoctoral Science Foundation Project

Topic: Low-temperature synthesis of TiO2 composites and photoelectrochemical properties

Amount granted: RMB 30,000.00

Period: Jan. 01, 2008-Dec. 31, 2009

7. Development Program for Outstanding Young Teachers in Harbin Institute of Technology

Topic: Template-free liquid synthesis of noble metal nanocrystals with different dimensions

Amount granted: RMB 50,000.00

Period: Sep. 01, 2008-Aug. 31, 2010

Selected Publications

[1]Liuan Gu, Jingyu Wang*, Zhijuan Zou, et al. Graphitic-C3N4-hybridized TiO2 nanosheets with reactive {001} facets to enhance the UV- and visible-light photocatalytic activity. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2014, 268, 216–223. (SCI, IF: 3.925).

[2]Liya Hu, Jingyu Wang*, Jianxiong Zhang, Qiuyan Zhang, et al. N-doped Anatase/Rutile TiO2 Hybrid by Low-Temperature Direct Nitridization: Enhanced Photoactivity under UV-/Visible- Light. RSC Advances, 2014, 4(1), 420-427. (SCI, IF: 2.562).

[3]Liuan Gu, Jingyu Wang*, Hao Cheng, Yizhi Zhao, et al. One-step preparation of graphene supported anatase TiO2 with exposed {001} facets and mechanism of enhanced photocatalytic property. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2013, 5(8), 3085–3093. (SCI, IF: 5.008).

[4]Qiwen Yan, Jingyu Wang*, Xijiang Han, Zhihong Liu. Soft-chemical method for fabrication of SnO–TiO2 nanocomposites with enhanced photocatalytic activity. Journal of Materials Research, 2013, 28(13), 1862-1869. (SCI, IF: 1.713).

[5]Liuan Gu, Jingyu Wang*, Hao Cheng, Yunchen Du, et al.Synthesis of nano-sized anatase TiO2 with reactive {001} facets using lamellar protonated titanate as precursor. Chemical Communications, 2012, 48 (55), 6978-6980. (SCI, IF: 6.378).

[6]Liuan Gu, Jingyu Wang*, Rong Qi, Xiaoyu Wang, et al. A novel incorporating style of polyaniline/TiO2 composites as effective visible photocatalysts. Journal of Molecular Catalysis A-Chemical, 2012, 357, 19-25. (SCI, IF: 3.187).

[7]Dan Su, Jingyu Wang*, Yupan Tang, Cheng Liu, et al. Constructing WO3/TiO2 composite structure towards sufficient use of solar energy. Chemical Communications, 2011, 47, 4231-4233. (SCI, IF: 6.378).

[8]Donghua Zhou, Yanhai Li, Jingyu Wang*, Ping Xu, et al. Synthesis of polyaniline nanofibers with high electrical conductivity from CTAB–SDBS mixed surfactants. Materials Letters, 2011, 65, 3601-3604 (SCI, IF: 2.224).

[9]Jingyu Wang*, Xijiang Han, Cheng Liu, Wei Zhang, et al. Adjusting the Crystal Phase and Morphology of Titania via a Soft Chemical Process. Crystal Growth & Design, 2010, 10, 2185-2191. (SCI, IF: 4.689).

[10]Jingyu Wang*, Xijiang Han, Wei Zhang, Zhike He, et al. Controlled growth of monocrystalline rutile nanoshuttles in anatase TiO2 particles under mild condition. CrystEngComm, 2009, 11, 564-566. (SCI, IF: 3.879).

[11]Jingyu Wang*, Hongtao Zhao, Xinrong Liu, Xuandong Li, et al. Formation of Ag nanoparticles on water-soluble anatase TiO2 clusters and the activation of photocatalysis. Catalysis Communications, 2009, 10, 1052-1056 (SCI, IF: 2.915).

[12]Jingyu Wang, Zhihong Liu, Ruxiu Cai. A new role for Fe3+ in TiO2 hydrosol: Accelerated photodegradation of dyes under visible light. Environmental Science & Technology, 2008, 42, 5759-5764 (SCI, IF: 5.257).

[13]Jingyu Wang, Zhihong Liu, Zhike He, Ruxiu Cai. Preparation of nanosized anatase TiO2 and its composites at low temperature.Progress in Chemistry(化学进展), 2007, 19, 1495-1503 (SCI, IF: 0.670).

[14]Jingyu Wang, Zhihong Liu, Qi Zheng, Zhike He, Ruxiu Cai. Preparation of photosensitized nanocrystalline TiO2 hydrosol by nanosized CdS at low temperature. Nanotechnology, 2006, 17, 4561-4566 (SCI, IF: 3.842).

[15]Yunchen Du, Jingyu Wang, Chenkui Cui, Xinrong Liu, et al. Pure Carbon Microwave Absorbers from Anion-Exchange Resin Pyrolysis. Synthetic Metals, 2010, 160, 2191-2196 (SCI, IF: 2.109).

[16]Xiuying Li, Jingyu Wang, Xiaoyu Wang, Dan Su, et al. Preparation of Magnetic Fe2O3-TiO2 Nanocomposite and its Photocatalytic Activity under Visible Light Irradiation. Chemical Journal of Chinese Universities-Chinese(高等学校化学学报), 2010, 31, 662-666 (SCI, IF: 0.619).

[17]Yunchen Du, Tao Liu, Bin Yu, Haibin Gao, Ping Xu, Jingyu Wang, Xiaohong Wang, Xijiang Han. The electromagnetic properties and microwave absorption of mesoporous carbon. Materials Chemistry and Physics, 2012, 135, 884-891 (SCI, IF: 2.072).

[18]Chao Wang, Xijiang Han, Ping Xu, Jingyu Wang, et al. Controlled Synthesis of Hierarchical Nickel and Morphology-Dependent Electromagnetic Properties. Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2010, 114, 3196-3203 (SCI, IF: 4.814).

[19]Lei Du, Yunchen Du, You Li, Jingyu Wang, et al. Surfactant-Assisted Solvothermal Synthesis of Ba(CoTi)xFe12-2xO19 Nanoparticles and Enhancement in Microwave Absorption Properties of Polyaniline. Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2010, 114, 19600-19606. (SCI, IF: 4.814).

[20]Yunchen Du, Haibin Gao, Xinrong Liu, Jingyu Wang, et al. Solvent-Free Synthesis of Hexagonal Barium Ferrite (BaFe12O19) Particles. Journal of Materials Science, 2010, 45, 2442–2448. (SCI, IF: 2.163).

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