Yang Liu specialises in Low-Dimensional Mesoporous Carbon Based Nanostructures for High Performance energy storage devices

Electrical energy storage is one of the most critical needs in 21st century. Currently, applications that depend on electrical energy storage include portable electronics, electric vehicles, and devices for renewable energy storage from solar and wind. The key component of electrical energy storage device is electrode materials. Yang Liu's research is focused on the rationally design of mesoporous carbon based high performance electrode materials.

From May to November in 2012, Yang Liu worked at the Shanghai Huali Microelectronics Corporation as a Process Engineer, governing the process of ion implantation. From 2012 to 2013, Yang worked at Shanghai Normal University as a Research Assistant, guiding students and applying for the National Natural Science Foundation of China.

Yang Liu is currently doing his PhD under the supervision of Professor Chengzhong (Michael) Yu.

Key Publications

Huang L*, Liu Y, Ji LC, Xie YQ, Wang T, Shi WZ. Pulsed laser assisted reduction of graphene oxide, Carbon 49 (2011), 2431–2436.

Yang Liu, Quanhong Chang and Lei Huang*. Transparent, Flexible Conducting Graphene Hybrid Films with a Subpercolating Network of Silver Nanowires. J. Mater. Chem. C 1 (2013), 2970-2974.

Huang L*, Chang QH, Guo GL, Liu Y, Xie YQ, Wang T, Ling B, Yang HF. Synthesis of high-quality graphene films on nickel foils by rapid thermal chemical vapor deposition. Carbon 50 (2012), 551-556

Ji LC, Huang* L, Liu Y, Xie YQ, Liu F, Liu AY, Shi WZ. Optical and electrical properties of zinc oxide indium zinc oxide multilayer structures. Thin Solid Films 519 (2011), 3789–3791.

Yang Liu, Hongwei Zhang, Owen Noonan, Chun Xu, Yuting Niu, Yannan Yang, Liang Zhou, Xiaodan Huang, Chengzhong Yu*. Kinetically Controlled Assembly of Nitrogen-Doped Invaginated Carbon Nanospheres with Tunable Mesopores. Chem. Eur. J. 22 (2016), 14962 – 14967.

Full list of publications available at UQ eSpace

Current Research Projects

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Nanomaterials for Energy Storage
20152018