Welcome to the website of the Creative Design Studio
Dr.  Xiaowei Teng
Professor and Chair
Department of Chemical Engineering
University of New Hampshire
Durham, NH 03824
Tel: 603-862-4245
Email: xw.teng@unh.edu

Education
Ph.D., Chemical Engineering
University of Rochester, 2006

BS & MS, Biochemical Engineering
East China University of Science & Technology, 2001
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Dr. Teng's Research Group

Recent News

10/2021: Congratulations to Fenghua Guo for successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis.  Well done, Dr. Guo! 

10/2021: Congratulations to Xiaoqiang Shan and SaeWon Kim for their work "Exemption of Lattice Collapse in Ni-MnO2 Birnessite Regulated by the Structural Water Mobility" which has been accepted as communication in the
Journal of Materials Chemistry A

05/2021: Prof. Teng has been invited to serve on the 3-year review panel on High Energy Diffraction Proposal at the National Synchrotron Light Source-II at Brookhaven National Laboratory.

04/2021:  Prof. Teng has been invited to serve as a panelist in NH Energy Week New & Emerging Technology event

04/2021: Congratulations to Dan Charles, Fenghua Guo, Xiaoqiang Shan, and SaeWon Kim for their collaborative work "Dual-stage K-ion intercalation in V2O5-conductive polymer composites" has been accepted as a full article in
Journal of Materials Chemistry A, and their artwork has been selected as a Back-Cover. 

03/2021:  Dr. Teng is named the "Innovation of the Month".

02/2021: Congratulations to SaeWon Kim and Xiaoqiang Shan for the work "High-Capacity Aqueous Storage in Vanadate Cathodes Promoted by the Zn-Ion and Proton Intercalation and Conversion–Intercalation of Vanadyl Ions" has been accepted as a full article in
ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, and their artwork has been selected as a Supplementary Front Cover. 

12/2020: Congratulations to Xiaoqiang Shan and SaeWon Kim for the work "Potentiodynamics of the Zinc and Proton Storage in Disordered Sodium Vanadate for Aqueous Zn-Ion Batteries" has been accepted as a full article in
ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, and their artwork has been selected as a Front Cover. 

10/2020: Prof. Teng gives an invited talk at the Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Southern Florida.

09/2020: Prof. Teng has received
UNH Research Office Collaborative Research Excellence (CORE) Award for studying Zinc-ion batteries.

09/2020: Prof. Teng gives an invited talk at the School of Chemical Engineering at the Oklahoma State University

04/2020: Prof. Teng has taken the position of the Chair of the Chemical Engineering Department.

04/2020: Prof. Teng gives an invited talk at the Department of Chemistry at University of North Texas.

10/2019: Congratulations to Xiaoqiang Shan, Fenghua Guo, and Daniel Charles for their work "Structural Water and Disordered Structure Promote Aqueous Sodium-Ion Energy Storage in Sodium-Birnessite" which has been published in
Nature Communications.

10/2019: Congratulations to Xiaoqiang Shan and Fenghua Guo for the work "Framework Doping of Ni Enhances Pseudocapacitive Na-ion Storage of (Ni)MnO2 Layered Birnessite" has been accepted as a full article in
Chemistry of Materials.

08/2019 We welcome  1st year Ph.D Sathya Narayanan Jagadeesan joining Prof. Teng's research group.

06/2019: Daniel Charles, Fenghua Guo, Tongxin Zhou and SaeWon Kim did poster presentations at 2019 Neutron Scattering User Meeting at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.  

05/2019: Congratulations to Guangxing Yang for his work "Conversion of Ethanol via C-C Splitting on Noble Metal Surfaces in Room-temperature Liquid-phase"  has been accepted as a communication for the
Journal of the American Chemical Society

05/2019: We welcome Adithi Jagannadhan, a Chemical Engineering Junior from the University of Michigan, joined our group for the summer research.

05/2019: SaeWon Kim and Tongxin Zhou delivered a joint presentation at the UNH Advanced Manufacturing Day on our prototyping aqueous battery research.

05/2019: Daniel Charles and Fenghua Guo did poster presentations at the National Synchrotron Light Source II (NSLS-ll) and Center for Functional Nanomaterials (CFN) Users' Meeting Brookhaven National Laboratory.

02/2019: Our group has conducted the first x-ray absorption experiment at the newly developed XAS beamline  (6-BM-B) at National Synchrotron Light Source II at the Brookhaven National Laboratory.  

11/2018: Our group has conducted the first x-ray scattering experiment at the newly developed PDF beamline  (ID-28-1) at National Synchrotron Light Source II at the Brookhaven National Laboratory.   

10/2018: Dr. Teng gave an invited talk at AIChE Meeting 2018 at Pittsburgh, PA, on the electro-oxidation of ethanol.

10/2018: Dr. Teng gave an invited talk at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the Binghamton University.

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 electrochemical energy storage technology.