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Dr. Xiaowei Teng
Department of Chemical Engineering
University of New Hampshire
Durham, NH 03824
Ph.D., Chemical Engineering
University of Rochester, 2006
BS & MS, Biochemical Engineering
East China University of Science & Technology, 2001
08/2018: Prof. Teng has received a $200,000 Partnerships for Innovation-Technology Translation (PFI-TT) grant from NSF for prototyping and commercialization of vanadium oxide based aqueous eletrochemical energy storage technology.
08/2018: Welcome two 1st year Ph.D students SaeWon Kim and Tongxin Zhou joining Prof. Teng's research group.
07/2018: Prof. Teng has received a three-year DOE grant to study the electrode-electrolyte interphase for aqueous eletrochemical energy storage. This project is supported by Basic Energy Sciences Core Program in Material Chemistry.
07/2018: Congratulations to Daniel Charles who has successfully finished his Ph.D thesis defense on the studies of hydrated and disordered vanadium oxide materials for aqueous K-ion electrochemical energy storage.
06/2018: Prof. Teng has been promoted to Full Professor.
06/2018: Congratulations to Xiaoqiang Shan who has successfully finished his Ph.D thesis defense on the studies of manganese oxide materials for aqueous Na-ion electrochemical energy storage.
05/2018: Congratulations to Guangxing Yang who has won Best Poster Award for his work on electro-kinetic study of ethanol oxidation in New England Catalysis Society Meeting.
04/2018: Congratulations to Guangxing Yang who has successfully finished his Ph.D thesis defense on kinetic studies of electro-oxidation of ethanol using Pt/Rh/Sn catalysts.
01/2018: Congratulations to Fenghua Guo for his work "Enhancing pseudocapacitive process for energy storage devices: analyzing the charge transport using electro-kinetic study and numerical modelling" has been accepted for the publication as a book chapter. The focus of this work is on the numerical modelling of charge-storage process for pseudocapactive materials. This is a collaborative work with Dr. Niva Gupta.
01/2018: Dr. Teng gave an invited talk at South China University of Technology at Guangzhuo, China.
01/2018: Dr. Teng gave an invited talk at "Nature Confernce-Materials Electrochemistry: Fundamentals and Applications" at Shenzhen, China on "Understanding the Atomic Interaction between Electrode and Electrolyte for Aqueous Electrochemical Energy Storage".
11/2017: Congratulations to Xiaoqiang Shan for being awarded "Best Poster Award" in Material Research Society (MRS) 2017 Fall Meeting at Boston. The title of his poster is "Bivalence Mn5O8 with Hydroxylated Interphase for High-Voltage Aqueous Sodium-Ion Storage".
10/2017: Our work on "Bi-phase Cobalt-Manganese Oxide with High Capacity and Rate Performance for Aqueous Sodium-ion Electrochemical Energy Storage" has been published in Advanced Functional Materials as a full-paper. Congratulations to Xiaoqiang Shan & Daniel Charles.
08/2017: Dr. Teng gave an invited talk at American Chemical Society Meeting 2017 at Washington DC on "Enhancing the C-C splitting kinetics during the electro-oxidation of ethanol"
08/2017: Guangxing Yang gave an oral presentation and a poster presentation at American Chemical Society Meeting 2017 at Washington DC on ethanol oxidation reaction and ethanol aqueous conversion.
08/2017: Dr. Teng gave an oral presentation at Advanced Functional Materials 2017 Meeting at UCLA.
7/2017: Our work on "Influence of *OH adsorbates on the potentiodynamics of the CO2 generation during the electro-oxidation of ethanol" has been accepted for the publication in Journal of Catalysis as a full-paper. Congratulations to Guangxing Yang.
06/2017: Congratulation to Fenghua Guo, who has successfully passed the PhD qualification written exam.
06/2017: Our research traveled to Worcester Polytech Institute for Energy Research Forum. Several group memembers have made oral and poster presentations
05/2017: Daniel Charles, Xiaoqiang Shan and Guangxing Yang each gave a poster presentation at National Synchrotron Light Source (NSLS)/Center for Functional Nanomaterials (CFN) 2017 User Meeting at the Brookhave National Laboratory.
05/2017: Dr. Teng received a three-year NSF grant to study the electrochemical reforming of ethanol for hydrogen production.