Sheng-Gui He Professor Chinese Academy of
Telephone: +86-010-6256 8330
Address: No.2 1st North Street Zhongguancun Beijing P.R.China 100190
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The research program of Dr. He's group focuses on generating and charactering very small chemical entities composed of limited numbers of atoms. These chemical entities are termed as atomic clusters or molecular clusters depending on the nature of chemical bonding in the systems. The properties of clusters are strongly dependent on the numbers of atoms in the systems, which are well recognized as "each atom counts" in the community of cluster sciences. By studying how and why each atom counts, one can provide reliable and fundamental basis with a bottom up strategy to solve complex scientific problems in practical applications.
Transformation of very stable molecules including methane, dinitrogen, carbon monoxide, and so on at low temperature or even room temperature is of great importance in terms of energy conservation and environmental protection. The research target of Dr. He's group is to find the mechanisms of low temperature activation and conversion of very stable molecules by a systematic study of the elementary reactions between molecules and cluster species under isolated, controlled, and well reproducible conditions with home-made instruments. These mechanisms can be fundamental basis with which to develop new catalytic materials or strategies in practice.
1993.9-1997.7: University of Science and Technology of China, B.S.
1997.9-2002.7: University of Science and Technology of China, Ph.D.
2002.9-2005.2: Universityof Kentucky, Postdoctoral fellow
2005.2-2007.1: Colorado State University, Postdoctoral fellow
2007.1-present: Institute of Chemistry Chinese Academy of Sciences
Honors & Distinctions
Hundred Talent Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (2008)
Chinese Chemical Society Prize for Young Scientists (2009)
China Association for Instrumental Analysis (CAIA award, second class, 2012)
Editorial Board Member of International Journal of Mass Spectrometry (2012-)
National Science Foundation for Distinguished Youth Scholar (2013)
Cluster Chemistry; Mass Spectrometry; Density Functional Theory
Wei Xue Doctor 2009.12 Physical Chemistry
Zhe-Chen Wang Doctor 2010.01 Physical Chemistry
Yan-Xia Zhao Doctor 2011.07 Physical Chemistry
Xiao-Nan Wu Doctor 2012.07 Physical Chemistry
Jia-Bi Ma Doctor 2013.07 Physical Chemistry
Bo Xu Doctor 2014.07 Physical Chemistry
Mei-Ye Jia Doctor 2014.07 Physical Chemistry
Jing-Heng Meng Doctor 2015.07 Physical Chemistry
Zi-Yu Li Doctor 2015.07 Physical Chemistry
Zhen-Yuan Doctor 2016.07 Physical Chemistry