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Zhaohui Su

Professor

State Key Laboratory of Polymer Physics and Chemistry

Rm 511, Main Research Building

Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry

5625 Renmin Street

Changchun, 130022, China

Phone: (86)431-85262854

Fax: (86)431-85262126

Email: zhsu@ciac.jl.cn

Education and Experience

Professor, State Key Laboratory of Polymer Physics and Chemistry (since 2003)

Polymer Scientist, GE Plastics (1997-2003)

Ph.D. Polymer Science and Engineering, University of Massachusetts Amherst (1997)

B.S. Chemistry, Xiamen University (1991)     

Honors and Distinctions

Zhu liyuehua Outstanding Teacher Award(2011)

JilinDistinguished Young Scholars Fund (2004)

Hundred Talents Program, Chinese Academy of Sciences (2004)

Editorial Advisory Board, Chinese Journal of Applied Chemistry

Funding

National Natural Science Foundation

Research Interests

Polymer-based self-assemblies and thin films; Surface science of functional polymers; Spectroscopy of polymers.

Current Research

Layer-by-layer assembly of functional polymers 

        Electrostatic layer-by-layer (LbL) assembly technique is an approach for fabrication of polyelectrolyte multilayers (PEMs) on the solid substrates based on electrostatic interactions between oppositely charged polyelectrolytes. LbL technique has attracted extensive research interests and intensive attentions in the past decades, not only due to the feasibility for preparation and the robustness of the PEMs but also the abundance of assembled functianl blocks and the precise control over the molecular architecture and low cost. Functional multilayer films have been directly constructured through electrostatic assembly between various functional materials including inorganic nanoparticles, proteins, virus, DNA and polyelectrolyte. We utilize the excess charged groups and counterion snaturally presenting in PEMs to create functional film. Firstly metallic precursor ions can be incorporated into multilayer film via counterion exchange, and metal nanoparticels/polymer composites can be fabricated through subsequently in-situ reduction. It is possible to repeat the counterion exchange/in situ reduction cycle when the bonding sites to counterions were reproduced and the counterions were regenerated after the reduction of counterions. Therefore, the content and size of metallic nanoparticles in PEMs can be controlleded by varying the number of exchange/reduction cycles using the same counterions; and bimetallic nanoparticles with special structure and even multimetallic nanoparticles with onion-like multilayer structure can be synthesized through using the same counterions. These metallic nanoparticles may find application in the fields of catalysis and optical materials.

                                                                                Smart Responsive Surface 

        One of the hot topics currently is about the self-assembly technology. Electrostatic self-assembly has shown notable advantages, not only due to the feasibility for preparation but also applied to substrates of any shape and size, among many methods to prepared functional films. We take the advantages of the universality of the PEMs and the ease of surface modification of the PEMs through counterion exchange at the surfaces, to realize rapid and reversible change of the surface wettability. When we expanded the method of the counterion exchange on the PEM surface to a micro-, nano-structured substrate that exhibits roughness on two different length scales, tunable surfaces with wettability that can be manipulated rapidly and reversibly from superhydrophilicity to superhydrophobicity is successfully fabricated. By controlling the ion-exchange kineics, on the same surface, completed erasable, rewritable gradient surfaces with reversibly wettability was conveniently achieved.

         Surface roughness has been proved to be one of key factors in the surface wettability. Our research focus on two kinds of substrates with different surface topograhpy: The micro-nano-structured gold surface and substrate coated with submicrometer scale silica spheres. Both of them show the same superhydrophobicity but extremely different contact angle hysteresisaccording to “Lotus Effect” and “Rose Effect”.

                                                                 The Novel Structures of Conjugated Polymer

        Compare to their inorganic counterparts, conjugated polymers are lighter, cheaper, and solution processable, features offering potential advantage in large-area flexible organic optoelectronic devices. Poly(3-hexylthiophene) (P3HT) is one of most promising conjugated polymer candidates for semiconductor applications such as organic field-effect transistors and organic solar cells. To achieve desirable charge mobility in semicrystalline P3HT films, P3HT molecules must be assembled with a high degree of intrachain order. We have prepared a new kind of poly(3-hexylthiophene)(P3HT) nanowhiskers self-assembled in dilute solution. These nanowhiskers were tens of micrometers in length, ~30 nm in width, but only 1.6 nm in thickness, corresponding to single molecular layer of P3HT in the side-chain direction, i.e. those are P3HT monolayer nanowhiskers. Field-effect mobility of these nanowhiskers measured in network state was 0.91 (± 0.23) ×10-2 cm2V-1s-1. Our findings provide new insight into the self-assembly behavior of P3HT as well as new building blocks for optoelectronic devices. Recently, we have taken advantage of these P3HT monolayer nanowhiskers to investigate the adsorption of P3HT to substrates with different surface functionalities in order to better understand the interactions between the surface and the P3HT interfacial layer. Meanwhile, a quick approach to obtain these nanowhiskers and fundamental investigations of crystallization process are underway.

Publication:

2013

70. Y. Guo, X. J. Ma, Z. H. Su, Interfacial interactions between poly(3-hexylthiophene) and substrate. Macromolecules 2013, 46(7), 2733-2739.

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2012

69. H. Wu, Z. Su, Y. Terayama, A. Takahara*, Polystyrene-based blend nanorods with gradient composition distribution, Sci. China Chem. 2012, 55(5), 726-734.

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68. H. Wu, Z. Su, A. Takahara*, Characterization of an isotactic polystyrene/poly(2,6-dimethylphenylene oxide) nanorod blend with gradient composition and crystallinity, RSC Advances 2012, 2(23), 8707-8712.

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67. B. Wang, Z. Liu, Y. Xu, Y. Li, T. An*, Z. Su, B. Peng, Y. Lin, Q. Wang, Construction of glycoprotein multilayers using the layer-by-layer assembly technique, J. Mater. Chem. 2012, 22(34), 17954-17960.

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66. X. Zan, D. A. Hoagland, T. Wang, Z. Su*, Ion dispositions in polyelectrolyte multilayer films, Macromolecules 2012, 45(21), 8805-8812.

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65. G. Xiao, Y. Guo, Y. Lin*, X. Ma, Z. Su*, Q. Wang, Controlled evaporative self-assembly of poly(3-hexylthiophene) monitored with confocal polarized Raman spectroscopy, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2012, 14, 16286-16293.

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64. X. Zhang, C. Chu, K. Huang, Z. Su*, Preparation of Au@Pt core-shell nanoparticles using polyelectrolyte multilayers as nanoreactors, Chin. J. Appl. Chem. 2012, 29(12), 1433-1436.

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63. X. Zhang, H. Wang, Z. Su*, Fabrication of Au@Ag core-shell nanoparticles using polyelectrolyte multilayers as nanoreactors, Langmuir 2012, 28(44), 15705-15712.

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62. X. Zan, D. A. Hoagland, T. Wang, B. Peng, Z. Su*, Polyelectrolyte Uptake by PEMs: Impacts of Molecular Weight and Counterion, Polymer 2012, 53, 5109-5115.

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61. X. Zhang, Z. Su*, Polyelectrolyte multilayer supported Au@Ag core-shell nanoparticles with high catalytic activity, Adv. Mater. 2012, 24, 4574-4577.

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60. Y. Jin, W. Wang, Z. Su*, Spectroscopic study on water diffusion in poly(lactic acid) film, Polym. Chem. 2012, 3(9), 2430-2435.

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59. M. Li, H. Wu, Y. Huang, Z. Su*, Effects of temperature and template surface on crystallization of syndiotactic polystyrene in cylindrical nanopores, Macromolecules 2012, 45, 5196-5200.

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58. Y. Guo, Y. Jin, Z. Su*, Spectroscopic evidence of side-chain melting and crystallization of regioregular poly(3-dodecylthiophene), Polym. Chem. 2012, 3, 861-864.

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57. H. Wu, Z. Su, A. Takahara*, Isotactic polystyrene nanorods with gradient crystallite states, Soft Matter 2012, 8, 3180-3184.

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56. Y. Guo, Y. Jin, Z. Su*, Spectroscopic study of the microstructure and phase transition of regioregular poly(3-dodecylthiophene), Soft Matter 2012, 8, 2907-2914.

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55. N. Li, Y. Wang, Y. Qu, M. Yi, Z. Su*, D. Ma, Investigation of electrical transport in regioregular poly(3-hexylthiophene) nanowires fabricated by template wetting method, J. Nanosci. Lett. 2012, 2, 2

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2011

54. L. Wang, J. Wei, Z. Su*, Fabrication of surfaces with extremely high contact angle hysteresis from polyelectrolyte multilayer, Langmuir 2011, 27, 15299-15304.

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53. X. Zhang, X. Zan, Z. Su*, Polyelectrolyte multilayer supported Pt nanoparticles as catalysts for methanol oxidation, J. Mater. Chem. 2011, 21, 11783-11789.

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52. X. Zan, B. Peng, D. A. Hoagland, Z. Su*, Polyelectrolyte uptake by PEMs: Impact of salt concentration, Polym. Chem. 2011, 2(11), 2581-2589.

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51. Y. Jin, W. Wang, Z. Su*, Spectroscopic study on water diffusion in poly(L-lactide)-poly(ethylene glycol) diblock copolymer film, Macromolecules 2011, 44(7), 2132-2139.

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50. Y. Jin, W. Wang, Z. Su*, Spectroscopic study on water diffusion in aromatic polyamide thin film, J. Membr. Sci. 2011, 379, 121-130.

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49. B. Peng, G. Wu, Y. Lin, Q. Wang, Z. Su*, Preparation of nanoporous polyimide thin films via layer-by-layer self-assembly of cowpea mosaic virus and poly(amic acid), Thin Solid Films 2011, 519, 7712-7716.

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48. L. Wang, L. Wang, Z. Su*, Surface defects in polyelectrolyte multilayers: Effects of drying and deposition cycle, Soft Matter 2011, 7, 4851-4855.

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47. Y. Jin, W. Wang, Z. Su*, Infrared imaging of ring-banded spherulites formed in poly(L-lactide)-poly(ethylene glycol) diblock copolymer: Segment distribution and orientation, Appl. Spectrosc. 2011, 65(4), 454-458.

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46. H. Wu, Z. Su, A. Takahara*, Gradient composition distribution in poly(2,6-dimethylphenyleneoxide)/ polystyrene blend nanorods, Soft Matter 2011, 7(5), 1868-1873.

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45. H. Wu, Z. Su, A. Takahara*, Molecular composition distribution of polycarbonate/polystyrene blends in cylindrical nanopores, Polym. J. 2011, 43, 600-605.

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44. Y. Lin, Z. Su*, G. Xiao, E. Balizan, G. Kaur, Z. Niu, Q. Wang*, Self-assembly of virus particles on flat surfaces via controlled evaporation, Langmuir 2011, 27, 1398-1402.

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43. B. Peng, N. Liu, Y. Lin, L. Wang, W. Zhang, Z. Niu, Q. Wang, Z. Su*, Self-assembly of anisotropic tobacco mosaic virus nanoparticles on gold substrate, Sci. China Chem. 2011, 54, 137-143.

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42. G. Xiao, B. Peng, Q. Wang, Z. Su, Y. Lin*, Confined evaporative self-assembly of tobacco mosaic virus, Chin. J. Appl. Chem. 2011, 28(8), 901-906.

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41. Y. Jin, G. Zeng, D. Zhu, Y. Huang, Z. Su*, Study of structure and imidization of poly(amic acid) using FTIR spectroscopy, Chin. J. Appl. Chem. 2011, 28(3), 258-262.

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40. Y. Jin, Z. Su*, Water diffusion in polycarbonate film studied by 2D FTIR spectroscopy, Chin. J. Appl. Chem. 2011, 28(1), 16-21.

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2010

39. Z. Su, Q. Wang*, A hierarchical assembly process to engineer a hydrophobic core for virus-like particles, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2010, 49(52), 10048-10050.

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38. N. Liu, B. Peng, Y. Lin, Z. Su, Z. Niu, Q. Wang, W. Zhang*, H. Li, J. Shen, Pulling genetic RNA out of tobacco mosaic virus using single-molecule force spectroscopy, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2010, 132, 11036.

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37. W. Wang, Y. Jin, P. Ping, X. Chen, X. Jing, Z. Su*, Structure evolution in segmented poly(ester urethane) in shape-memory process, Macromolecules 2010, 43, 2942-2947.

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36. X. Zan, M. Kozlov, T. J. McCarthy, Z. Su*, Covalently attached, silver-doped poly(vinyl alcohol) hydrogel films on poly(L-lactic acid), Biomacromolecules 2010, 11, 1082-1088.

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35. Y. Lin, Z. Su, E. Balizan, Z. Niu, Q. Wang*, Controlled assembly of protein in glass capillary, Langmuir 2010, 26(15), 12803-12809.

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34. L. Wang, B. Peng, Z. Su*, Tunable wettability and rewritable wettability gradient from superhydrophilicity to superhydrophobicity, Langmuir 2010, 26(14), 12203-12208.

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33. X. Zan, Z. Su*, Polyelectrolyte multilayer films containing silver as antibacterial coatings, Thin Solid Films 2010, 518, 5478-5482.

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32. W. Wang, Y. Jin, X. Yang, Z. Su*, Chain orientation and distribution in ring-banded spherulites formed in poly(esterurethane) multiblock copolymer, J. Polym. Sci. Part B Polym. Phys. 2010, 48, 541.

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31. Y. Lin, Q. Huang, Z. Su*, Interactions between protein and polysaccharide studied by QCM-D, Chin. J. Appl. Chem. 2010, 27(5), 505-509.

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2009

30. L. Wang, Y. Lin, Z. Su*, Counterion exchange at the surface of polyelectrolyte multilayer film for wettability modulation, Soft Matter 2009, 5, 2072-2078.

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29. X. Zan, Z. Su*, Incorporation of nanoparticles into polyelectrolyte multilayers via counterion exchange and in situ reduction, Langmuir 2009, 25, 12355-12360.

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28.W. Wang, Y. Jin, Z. Su*, Spectroscopic study on water diffusion in poly(esterurethane) block copolymer matrix, J. Phys. Chem. B 2009, 113, 15742.

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27. H. Wu, W. Wang, Y. Huang, Z. Su*, Orientation of syndiotactic polystyrene crystallized in cylindrical nanopores, Macromol. Rapid Commun. 2009, 30, 194.

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26. H. Wu, W. Wang, Z. Su*, Crystallization and orientation of polyethylene in AAO templates, Acta Polym. Sinica 2009, 5, 425.

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25. N. Li, Z. Deng, Y. Lin, X. Zhang, Y. Geng, D. Ma, Z. Su*, Enhanced amplied spontaneous emission using layer-by-layer assembled cowpea mosaic virus, J. Appl. Phys. 2009, 105, 013511.

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24. W. Wang, W. Wang, X. Chen, X. Jing, Z. Su*, Hydrogen bonding and crystallization in biodegradable multiblock poly(ester urethane) copolymer, J. Polym. Sci. Part B Polym. Phys. 2009, 47(7), 685-695.

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23. Y. Jin, Z. Su*, Effects of polymerization conditions on hydrophilic groups in aromatic polyamide thin films, J. Membr. Sci. 2009, 330, 175.

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22. R. Chen, X. Zhang, Z. Su, R. Gong, X. Ge, H. Zhang*, ChengWang*, Perfectly hydrophobic silicone nanofiber coatings: Preparation from methyltrialkoxysilanes and use as water-collecting substrate, J. Phys. Chem. C 2009, 113, 8350.

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21. X. Zan, Z. Su*, Counterions in polyelectrolyte multilayers: A vehicle for introducing functionalities, Thin Solid Films 2009, 518, 116-119.

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2008

20.H. Wu, W. Wang, Y. Huang, C. Wang, Z. Su*, Polymorphic behavior of syndiotactic polystyrene crystallized in cylindrical nanopores, Macromolecules 2008, 41, 7755.

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19. L. Wang, Y. Lin, B. Peng, Z. Su*, Tunable wettability by counterion exchange at the surface of electrostatic self-assembled multilayers, Chem. Commun. 2008, 5972-5974.

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18. H. Yang, C. Wang, Z. Su*, Growth mechanism of synthetic imogolite nanotubes, Chem. Mater. 2008, 20(13), 4484.

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17.G. Chen, G. Wu, L. Wang, S. Zhang*, Z. Su*, Layer-by-layer assembly of single-charged ion with rigid polyampholyte, Chem. Commun. 2008, 1741-1743.

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16. G. Wu, Z. Su*, Preparation of sulfonated POSS and its electrostatic assembly with polyelectrolyte, Chin. J. Appl. Chem. 2008, 25(3), 270-275.

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15. Y. Lin, Z. Su*, Z. Niu, S. Li, G. Kaur, L. A. Lee, Q. Wang*, Layer-by-layer assembly of viral capsid for cell adhesion, Acta Biomater. 2008, 4, 838-843.

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14. N. Li, X. Zhang, Y. Geng, Z. Su*, Film morphology and molecular orientation in oligothiophene-fluorene films, Polymer 2008, 49, 4279.

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13. N. Li, X. Zhang, Y. Geng, Z. Su*, Phase transition behavior and molecular orientation of oligo(9,9’-dioctylfluorene-alt-bithiophene), Macromol. Chem. Phys. 2008, 209, 1806.

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12. Y. Lin, Z. Su*, Layer-by-layer assembly of gelatin, J. Polym. Sci. Part B Polym. Phys. 2008, 46, 1252.

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11. Y. Lin, X. Chen, X. Jing, Y. Jiang, Z. Su*, Gelatin multilayer assembled on the poly(L-lactic acid) surface for better cytocompatibility, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 2008, 109(1), 530.

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10. J. You, T. Shi, Y. Liao, X. Li, Z. Su, L. An, Temperature dependence of surface composition and morphology in polymer blend film, Polymer 2008, 49, 4456.

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2007

9. H. Yang, Y. Chen, Z. Su*, Microtubes via assembly of imogolite with polyelectrolyte, Chem. Mater. 2007, 19(13), 3087-3089.

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8. H. Wu, W. Wang, H. Yang, Z. Su*, Crystallization and orientation of syndiotactic polystyrene in nanorods, Macromolecules 2007, 40(12), 4244-4249.

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7. H. Yang, Z. Su*, Individual dispersion of synthetic imogolite nanotubes via droplet evaporation, Chin. Sci. Bull. 2007, 52(16), 2301.

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2006

6. G. Wu and Z. Su*, Polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxane nanocomposite thin films via layer-by-layer electrostatic self-assembly, Chem. Mater. 2006, 18(16), 3726-3732.

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5. Y. Lin, L. Wang, P. Zhang, X. Wang, X. Chen, X. Jing, and Z. Su*, Surface modification of poly(l-lactic acid) to improve its cytocompatibility via assembly of polyelectrolytes and gelatin, Acta Biomater. 2006, 2(2), 155-164.

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4. Y. Liao, Z. Su, Z. Sun, T. Shi, L. An, Dewetting and phase behaviors for ultrathin films of polymer blend, Macromol. Rapid Commun. 2006, 27(5), 351.

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2005

3. Y. Liao, Z. Su, X. Ye, Y. Li, J. You, T. Shi, L. An, Kinetics of surface phase separation for PMMA/SAN thin films studied by in Situ atomic force microscopy, Macromolecules 2005, 38(2), 211.

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2. Y. Li, Z. Sun, Z. Su, T. Shi, L. An, The effect of solvent size on physical gelation in triblock copolymer solutions, J. Chem. Phys. 2005, 122, 194909.

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  1. Z. Nie, Z. Su, Z. Sun, T. Shi, L. An, Conformational study on thin films of symmetric

AnB2nAn triblock copolymer, Macromol. Theo. Sim. 2005, 14, 463.

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Invited Lectures

1. International Conference on Energy and Environment-Related Nanotechnology: Counterions in Polyelectrolyte Multilayers (invited lecture), October 21-24, 2012, Beijing.

2. 1stInternational Mini-symposium on Surface and Interface for Engineering Neo-Biomimetrics: Wetting on Polyelectrolyte Multilayers (invited lecture), October 18, 2012, Nagoya.

3. 8thNational Symposium on Polymer Molecules and Structure Characterization: Investigation on Microstructure and Phase Transition of Regioregular Poly(3-dodecylthiophene) (invited lecture), September 24-27, 2012, Suzhou.

4. 2012 Korea-China Bilateral Symposium on Polymer Materials: Spectroscopic Study of Microstructure and Phase Transition of Regioregular Poly(3-dodecylthiophene) (invited lecture), June 17-21, 2012, Jeju.

5. International Symposium on Polymer Physics: Spectroscopic Study of Microstructure and Phase Transition of Regioregular Poly(3-dodecylthiophene) (invited lecture), June 4-8, 2012, Chengdu.

6. 5thInternational Symposium on Polymer Chemistry: Microstructure and Phase Transition of Regioregular Poly(3-dodecylthiophene) (invited lecture), June 2-6, 2012, Changchun.

8. Pacific Polymer Conference: Functional Polyelectrolyte Multilayers via Ion Exchange (invited lecture), November 13-17, 2011, Jeju.

9. QCM-D Scientific World Tour 2011: Impact of Salt Concentration on Polyelectrolyte Uptake by PEMs (invited lecture), October 19-20, 2011, Beijing.

11. 2011 QUST Workshop on Advanced Polymer Materials: Tunable Wettability Based on Counterion Exchange in Polyelectrolyte Multilayers (invited lecture), April 27-30, 2011, Qingdao.

12. 241stAmerican Chemical Society National Meeting: Imogolite: Growth Mechanism and Assembly (invited lecture), March 27-31, 2011, Anaheim.

13. 2010 International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies (Pacifichem 2010): Tunable Wettability via Counterion Exchange in Polyelectrolyte Multilayer, December 15-20, 2010, Honolulu.

14. 2010 Korea-China Bilateral Symposium on Advanced Polymeric Materials: Incorporation of Nanoparticles into Polyelectrolyte Multilayers via Conterion Exchange and Their Application (invited lecture), August 22-25, 2010, Pohang.

15. 3rdInternational Symposium on Polymer Morphology: Study of Growth Mechanism of Aluminosilicate Nanotube by TEM (invited lecture), June 13-16, 2010, Changchun.

16. 4th International Symposium on Polymer Chemistry: Incorporation of nanoparticles into polyelectrolyte multilayers via counterion exchange and in situ reduction (invited lecture), June 2-6, 2010, Suzhou.

17. 239thAmerican Chemical Society National Meeting: Tunable Wettability via Counterion Exchange in Polyelectrolyte Multilayer, March 21-25, 2010, San Francisco.

18. International Symposium on Surface and Interface of Soft Materials: Tunable Wettability via Counterion Exchange in Polyelectrolyte Multilayer (invited lecture), January 28, 2010, Fukuoka.

19. QCM-D Scientific Meeting Asia: Diffusion of Polyelectrolyte into Multilayer Films (invited lecture), September 2009, Shanghai.

20. International Discussion Meeting on Polymer Crystallization: Crystallization of Syndiotactic Polystyrene in Cylindrical Nanopores (invited poster), August 2009, Shanghai.

21. Japan-China Joint Symposium on Functional Supramolecular Architectures: Controlling Surface Wettability Using Counterions in Electrostatic Self-assembled Multilayers (invited lecture), December 2008, Beijing.

22. 2008 Korea-China Bilateral Symposium on Polymer Materials: Layer-by-layer Assembly of Single-charged Ions with a Rigid Polyampholyte (invited lecture), July 2008, Jeju.

23. International Symposium on Polymer Physics: Layer-by-layer Assembly of Single-charged Ions with a Rigid Polyampholyte, June 2008, Xiamen.

24. American Chemical Society Annual Meeting: Spectroscopic Study of Polymer Crystallization and Orientation in Nanorods, August 2007, Boston.

25. China-Korea Bilateral Symposium on Polymer Materials: FTIR Study of Hydrogen Bonding and Crystallization of Biodegradable Multiblock Ester-urethane Copolymer, August 2007, Dalian.

26. 6thEast Asian Symposium on Polymers for Advanced Technology: Crystallization and Orientation of Polymers in Nanotemplates (invited lecture), July 2007, Lijiang.

27. International Symposium on Polymer Physics: Self-assembly of Inorganic Nanoparticles and Nanotubes with Polyelectrolytes (invited lecture), June 2006, Suzhou.

28. 2006 SKKU-CIAC Joint Symposium on Polymers: Polyhedral Oligomeric Silsesquioxane Nanocomposite Thin Films via Layer-by-layer Electrostatic Self-assembly, May 2006, Suwon.

29. 2005 CIAC-SKKU Joint Symposium on Material Chemistry: Surface Modification of Poly(L-lactic acid) via Assembly of Polyelectrolytes and Gelatin to Improve Its Cytocompatibility, August 2005, Changchun.

Research Members

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Name: Dr.Xiaojing Ma                 
Email:xjma@ciac.jl.cn
Position:Associate Professor
Office: Main Bldg. #509

Tel.: +86-431-8526 2657
Current Degree:from National Center for Nanoscience and Technology, China

Research Interests: Identification and modulation of interfacial structures; Relationship between the interfacial structures and properties of the device; Scanning probe microscopy technique.

 

Name: Mr. Guangyu Zhang
Email:zhanggy608@ciac.jl.cn
Position:Assistant Professor
Office: Main Bldg. #509

Tel.:+86-431-8526 2657
Current Degree: from SKLPPC, CIAC

Research Interest: The process of polycarbonate.

 

Name: Mrs.Yan Huang
Email:huangyan@ciac.jl.cn
Position:Senior Technician

Office: Main Bldg. #509

Tel.: +86-431-8526 2657
Current Degree:from SKLPPC, CIAC

 

Current Group Members

Name: Zhang Xin(2010.9-2013.6)

Email: zhangxin@ciac.jl.cn
Position: Ph. D. candidate

Office: Main Bldg. #509

Tel.: +86-431-8526 2657
Current Degree: from SKLPPC, CIAC

Research Interests: functional film and functional coating

Hobby: music

 

Name: Guihua Xiao(2008.8-2013.6)

Email:ghxiao@ciac.jl.cn
Position: Doctor student                            

Office:Main Bldg. #325

Tel.:+86-431-8526 2670
Current Degree: from Ocean University of China

Research Interests: Interface self-assembly

Hobby:Yoga

 

Name: Jing jing Wei(2011-)

Email:jjwei@ciac.jl.cn
Position: Doctor student                            

Office:Main Bldg. #509

Tel.:+86-431-8526 2657
Current Degree: from SKLPPC, CIAC

Research Interests: Polyelectrolyte Multilayer Films, Noble Metal Nanoparticle, Smart Materials.

Hobby: Play Ping pong, Badminton, Yoga.

 

Name: Mei Su(2011-)

Email:mei.su@ciac.jl.cn

Position: Doctor student                            

Office:Main Bldg. #509

Tel.:+86-431-8526 2657
Current Degree: from SKLPPC, CIAC

Research Interests:

 

Name: Tian Wang(2010.9-2013.6)

mail:wangtian@ciac.jl.cn
Position: Master student                            

Office:Main Bldg. #509

Tel.:+86-431-8526 2657
Current Degree: from Wuhan University

 

Name: Yuanyuan Han (2011-)

Email:yyhan2011@ciac.jl.cn
Position: Master student                            

Office:Main Bldg. #509

Tel.:+86-431-8526 2657
Current Degree: from Shandong University

Research Interests: The crystallizationof conjugate polymer from solution

Hobby: reading, writing

 

Name: Bodong Zhang (2011-)

Email:zhangbodong@ciac.jl.cn
Position: Master student                            

Office:Main Bldg. #509

Tel.:+86-431-8526 2657
Current Degree: from Qingdao University of Science & Technology

Research Interests: Polylelectrolyte complexes

Hobby: Travel

 

Name: Chengcan Chu (2012-)

E-mail:ccchu@ciac.jl.cn
Position: Master student                            

Office:Main Bldg. #509

Tel.:+86-431-8526 2657
Current Degree: from Zhejiang Sci-Tech University

Research Interests: Heterogeneous Catalysis

Hobby: Run

 

Name: Longbiao Li (2012-)

E-mail:lilongbiao@ciac.jl.cn
Position: Master student                            

Office:Main Bldg. #509

Tel.:+86-431-8526 2657
Current Degree: from Tianjin University

Research Interests: Eco-material and Self-Assembled Multilayers

Hobby: Basketball

 

Former Group Members

Name: Dr. Guojun Wu  (2002.9-2008.1)

E-mail:wugj_2007@163.com
Current Position: The Sixth Research Institute of Chinese Aerospace Science and Industry Group

 

Name: Dr. Huixian Yang  (2004.9-2008.1)

E-mail:yhx_qdjma@hotmail.com
Current Position:Dow (Shanghai)

 

Name: Dr. Hui Wu (2003.9-2009.1)

E-mail:yhx_qdjma@hotmail.com
Current Position:Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University, Professor

 

Name: Dr. Na Li (2003.9-2009.1)

E-mail:lina@mail.sioc.ac.cn

Current Position: Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Associate Professor

 

Name: Dr. Yuan Lin (2003.9-2008.6)

E-mail: linyuan@ciac.jl.cn

Current Position: Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Associate Professor

 

Name: Dr. Wei Wang (2004.9-2010.1)

E-mail:robert890012@126.com

Current Position: Jushi Company

 

Name: Dr. Xingjie Zan (2004.9-2010.1)

E-mail:xjzan2000@hotmail.com

Current Position: Georgia Institute of Technology, Postdoc

 

Name: Dr. Jin Ying (2005.9-2010.6)

E-mail:yjin1983@gmail.com

Current Position: University of Massachusetts Amherst, Postdoc

 

Name: Dr. Bo Peng (2005.9-2011.1)

E-mail:pengbo@ciac.jl.cn

Current Position: Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Assistant Professor

 

Name: Dr. Liming Wang (2006.9-2011.6)

E-mail:Limingw1919@gmail.com

Current Position: University of Massachusetts Amherst, Postdoc

 

Name: Meng Li (2006.9-2012.11)

E-mail:limeng@ciac.jl.cn

Current Position: PE Company, Engineer

 

Name: Dr. Yan Guo (2006.9-2011.6)

Email:guoyan@ciac.jl.cn

Current Position: CIAC, Assistant Professor