General

Jianfeng Li   

College of Materials Science and Opto-electronic Technology
Email: 
jfli@ucas.ac.cn
Telephone:
Address:  Graduate University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences,
College of Materials Science and Opto-electronic Technology,
Yuquan Road 19A, Beijing, China

Postcode: 100049  

​Group Page: https://jfli.ucas.ac.cn/index.php/en/

部门/实验室:材料科学与光电技术学院

Education

Ph.D.  Organometallic Chemistry, Shanxi University, China 
M.Sc.  Organic Chemistry, Shanxi University, China
B.Sc.  Chemistry, Shanxi University, China

Experience

Jun. 2010 - Jun. 2011    Research Assistant Professor,   University of Notre Dame, USA
Nov. 2006 - Jun. 2010    Senior Research Associate,   University of Notre Dame, USA
Nov. 2005 - Sep. 2006   COE Researcher,   Tohoku University, Japan
Nov. 2003 - Nov. 2005    Postdoctoral Research Associate,   University of Notre Dame, USA

Honors & Distinctions

2019 Wiley-ACES Excellent Young Professor award
2019 “Yuanzhi Xu” Electronic Paramagnetic Resonance young award


Publications

Zhao, J.; Peng, Q.; Wang, Z.; Xu, W.; Xiao, H.; Wu, Q.; Sun, H.-L.; Ma, F.; Zhao, J.; Sun, C.-J.; Zhao, J.; Li, J.*
Nat. Commun2019,10. 2303.

Liu, Y.; Xu, W.; Zhang, J.; Fuller, W.; Schulz, C. E; Li, J.*
J. Am. Chem. Soc2017,139. 5023.
Hu, B.; He, M.; Yao, Z.; Schulz, C. E.; Li, J.*
Inorg. Chem201655. 9632.
He, M.; Li, X.; Liu, Y.; Li, J.*
Inorg. Chem201655. 5871.
He, B.; Li, X.; Li, J.*
J. Organomet. Chem. 2016809. 14.
Hu, B.; Li, J.*
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 201554. 10579.
He, B.; Liu, Y.; Schulz, C. E.; Li, J.*
Dalton Trans201544. 13651.
Yu, Q.; Liu, Y.; Liu, D.; Li, J.*
Dalton Trans201544. 9382.
Li, J.*; Noll, B. C.; Schulz, C. E.*; Scheidt, W. R.*
Inorg. Chem2015, 54. 6472.
Li, J.* ; Peng, Q.; Oliver, A.; Alp, E. E.; Hu, M. Y.; Zhao, J.; Sage, J. T.*; Scheidt, W. R.*
J. Am. Chem. Soc2014136. 18100.
Li, J.*; Noll, B. C.; Oliver, A.; Schulz, C. E.*; Scheidt, W. R.*
J. Am. Chem. Soc2013135. 15627.
Li, J.*; Peng, Q.; Barabanschikov, A.;  Pavlik, J. W.; Alp, E. E.; Sturhahn, W.; Zhao, J.; Sage, J. T.; Scheidt, W. R.*
Inorg. Chem201251. 11769.
Li, J.; Noll, B. C.; Oliver, A.; Scheidt, W. R.*
J. Am. Chem. Soc2012134. 10595.

Before 2011


Li, J.; Noll, B. C.; Schulz, C. E.; Scheidt, W. R.*
Chem. —Eur. J. 201117. 11178.
Li, J.; Noll, B. C.; Oliver, A.; Guillermo, F.; Lappin, A. G.; Scheidt, W. R.*
Inorg. Chem201049. 2398.
Li, J.; Noll, B. C.; Schulz, C. E.; Scheidt, W. R.*
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed200948. 5010.
Li, J.; Lord, R. L.; Noll, B. C.; Baik, M. -H.; Schulz, C. E.; Scheidt, W. R.*
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed200847. 10144. (Cover Picture)
Li, J.; Noll, B. C.; Schulz, C. E.; Scheidt, W. R.*
Inorg. Chem200847. 3841.
Li, J.; Noll, B. C.; Schulz, C. E.; Scheidt, W. R.*
Inorg. Chem200746. 2286.
Li, J.; Huang, S.; Weng, L.; Liu, D.*
J. Organomet. Chem2006691. 3003.
Li, J.; Huang, S.; Weng, L.; Liu, D.*
Eur. J. Inorg. Chem2003, 810.
Li, J.; Huang, S.; Weng, L.; Wei, X.; Liu, D.*
J. Chem. Soc. Dalton Trans. 2002, 07. 1401.

Research Interests

Metalloporphyrin Chemistry --- Functional Biomimetic  Models

In this study, we work on the preparation and characterization of new metalloporphyrin compounds (especially biologically important iron). We develop functional models for the active site in Hemes, Cytochrome c oxidase (CcO) and other metalloenzymes. We apply a number of techniques to explore the properties of the models. These include methods that allow us to investigate electronic structure (Elelctron Paramagnetic Resonance and Mössbauer spectroscopy, magnetic susceptibilities, and calculations), molecular structure (X-ray and neutron diffraction), and electronic and vibrational spectroscopy (especially NRVS, IR and Raman).




Porphyrin-Based Metal Organic Frameworks

One of the fastest growing areas in materials chemistry is metal-organic frameworks (MOF), emerging as a new class of inorganic-organic hybrid materials. These materials are potentially useful in many applications ranging from gas storage/separate to catalysis. In our studies porphyrins are chosen as molecular building blocks to build porphyrin-based metal-organic frameworks--Metal Porphyrin Frameworks (MPFs). Porphyrins are important biomolecules and have been extensively studied over the past several decades. Considering the fact that many interesting physical properties of porphyrins are closely related to the metal centers incorporated inside the porphyrins, the research outcome from such biomimetic framework solids may shed new light on multifunctional nanomaterials.


Students

现指导学生

胡滨  硕士研究生  080502-材料学  

何百寅  博士研究生  080502-材料学  

孙文彦  硕士研究生  085204-材料工程  

何明锐  博士研究生  070301-无机化学  

胡博韬  硕士研究生  070301-无机化学  

兀琪  硕士研究生  070301-无机化学  

姚祯  博士研究生  070301-无机化学  

詹娜娜  硕士研究生  070301-无机化学  

丁为  硕士研究生  080502-材料学  

刘玉龙  博士研究生  070301-无机化学