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Jingjing Wang

Ph.D. Student
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Room 4130 Chemistry Building
Building #090
University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742

E-mail: wangjj@umd.edu
Phone: 301-405-1852



Research Interests

  • Anode material design and synthesis for Li-ion and Na-ion batteries
  • Electrochemical properties and behavior of metal sulfides nanomaterial
  • Battery degradation mechanism and cycling performance improvement



  • B.S. in Chemistry, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China, 2008
  • M.S. in Organic Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, 2011


Research Experience

  • 08/2009- 06/2011 Graduate research assistant in Prof. Lizhu Wu’s group, The introduction of glutamic acid dendrimers to the zinc porphyrin and [FeFe]-hydrogenase model for Hydrogen Production
  • 09/2006-09/2007 Undergraduate research assistant in Prof. Zhenghe Peng’s group, Material synthesis for Li-ion batteries


  1. J. Wang, Z. Fang, H. Zhu, B. Gao, S. Garnerc,P. Cimoc,Z. Barcikowskib,A. Mignerey, L. Hu, “Flexible, transparent, and conductive defrosting glass”, Thin solid films, in press.
  2. J. Wang, X. Wang, Y. Geng, Chen-Ho Tung & LiZhu Wu “Colorimetric and electrochemical Pb2+ detection by imine-bridged tetrathiafulvalene-pyridine derivatives”, Science in China Series B: Chemistry, 2009, 52,1-6.
  3. Shan Yu, Feng Wang, Jing-Jing Wang, Hong-Yan Wang, Bin Chen, Ke Feng, Chen-Ho Tung and Li-Zhu Wu “Light-driven hydrogen evolution system with glutamic-acid-modified zinc porphyrin as photosensitizer and [FeFe]-hydrogenase model as catalyst”, Pure Appl. Chem., 2013, 85, 1405-1413.
  4. Yao-Peng Zhao, Xiao-Jun Wang, Jing-Jing Wang, Gang Si, Yan Liu, Chen-Ho Tung and Li-Zhu Wu “Tetrathiafulvalene derivatives bearing a crown ether with intramolecular charge transfer properties: synthesis and cation binding studies”, New Journal of Chemistry, 2009, 33, 813–817.




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