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Dr. Teng's Research Group

Daniel S. Charles received his B.S degree in Chemical Engineering from Rochester Institue of Technology in 2013. After that, he joined the Department of Chemical Engineering at UNH for his Ph.D study.  His research focus is on the metal oxide nanostructures for aqueous energy storage, particularly on the synchrotron and neutron-based analyses of the structure-function relationship. He has recieved Dissertation Year Fellowship in 2017 and the Best Poster Award in 2015 NSLS II-CFN Users' Meeting. He has published three research articles (including Nature Communications) and two book chapters since joining the group. 
Guangxing Yang received his B.S and M.S. degrees in Chemical Engineering both from South China University of Science and Technolgy in China in 2008 and 2011. In the fall 2013, he joined the Department of Chemical Engineering at UNH for his Ph.D study.  His research focus is on the chemistry of ethanol, including direct ethanol fuel cell reactions and ethanol aqueous conversion, with particular interest in C-C splitting of ethanol molecules. He has recieved Dissertation Year Fellowship in 2017. He has published three research articles (including JACS and J Catalysis) since joining the group. 
Xiaoqiang Shan received his B.S degree in Material Science and Engineering from Beijing University of Chemical Technolgy in 2013.   He joined the Department of Chemical Engineering at UNH for his Ph.D study in fall 2013.  His research focus is on the synthesis and characteriziations of maganese oxide based materiasl for aqueous energy storage, especailly the interfacial properties between electrode and electrolyte interface. He has published three research articles (including Nature Communications and Advanced Functional Materials) and one book chapter since joining the group. 
Fenghua Guo received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from China University of Mining & Technology in 2013 and 2016. In the fall of 2016, he joined the Department of Chemical Engineering at UNH for his PhD study. His research focus is on metal oxide nanoparticles, especailly on the understanding how structural defects change the structure-property relationship in aqueous energy storage.   He has published one research article since joining the group.