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LV Ruitao

E-mail: lvruitao@tsinghua.edu.cn
Office Phone: +86-10-6278-1284

Education Background

2004/09-2009/01 Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering, Tsinghua University
2001/09-2004/03 M. S. in Applied Chemistry, Beijing Institute of Technology
1997/09-2001/07 Undergraduate in Chemical Engineering and Technology, Shandong Polytechnic University   

Work Resume

2019/12-Present  Associate Professor with Tenure, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Tsinghua University, China
2013/02-2019/12  Assistant Professor, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Tsinghua University, China
2011/01-2013/01 Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Physics, Pennsylvania State University, USA
2009/11-2010/08 Visiting Researcher, Institute for Materials Chemistry and Engineering, Kyushu University, Japan
2009/01-2011/01 Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Tsinghua University, China

Research Field

The research interests of Dr. Ruitao Lv are focused on advanced carbon materials, especially the defect engineering, surface chemistry of carbon-based nanostructures and their applications in energy conversion/storage and efficient sensing. In particular, Dr. Lv and co-workers achieve some exciting progress on the atomic scale visualization of doping configurations in carbon lattices. Much enhanced Raman scattering effect is unveiled based on 2D layered materials. In addition, ultrasensitive molecular and acoustic sensing properties are achieved with as-synthesized 2D layered materials. By engineering the defects in layered materials, highly efficient electrocatalysis and electrochemical energy storage are achieved. Up to now, Dr. Ruitao Lv has published more than 150 peer-reviewed journal papers with H-index of 38 (Web of Science) and 46 (Google Scholar).

Awards And Honors

2018  Distinguished Teaching Award of Tsinghua University
2017  Brian Kelly Award of British Carbon Group
2017  National Natural Science Fund of China for Excellent Young Scholars
2016  Beijing Nova Program (one of the Top 2 winners in Tsinghua)
2014  Distinguished Young Scholar of Tsinghua University (one of the Top 10 winners in Tsinghua)
2010  Elsevier Carbon Journal Prize
2009  Excellent Paper Award of C-MRS

Academic Achievements

[1] Simin Feng, Ruitao Lv, Mauricio Terrones, Maria Cristina dos Santos. Interactions of Molecular Species with Graphene and Graphene Sensing (Chapter 17 of the Book: "Handbook of Graphene" Volume 6, (507–532)), 2019 Scrivener Publishing LLC.
[2] Florentino Lopez-Urias, Ruitao Lv, Humberto Terrones, Mauricio Terrones. Doped graphene: Theory, synthesis, characterization and applications (Chapter 9 of the Book: "Graphene Chemistry: Theoretical Perspectives"), 2013, Wiley.

[1]  M. Hu, Z. Liu, H. Zhang, Z.-H. Huang, F. Kang, R. Lv*. Defect engineering of vanadium pentoxide for efficient lithium-ion storage. Electrochimica Acta 2020, 333: 135513.
[2]  H. Zhang, M. Hu, Q. Lv, L. Yang, R. Lv*. Monodisperse nitrogen-doped carbon spheres with superior rate capacities for lithium/sodium ion storage. Electrochimica Acta 2019, 297: 365-371.
[3]  Y. Wan, J. Xu, R. Lv*. Heterogeneous electrocatalysts design for nitrogen reduction reaction under ambient conditions. Materials Today 2019, 27: 69-90.
[4]  H. Zhang, M. Hu, Q. Lv, Z.-H. Huang, F. Kang, R. Lv*. Advanced Materials for Sodium-Ion Capacitors with Superior Energy-Power Properties: Progress and Perspectives. Small 2019: 1902843.
[5]  C. Zhou, J. Lu, M. Hu, Z.-H. Huang, F. Kang, R. Lv*. High Areal Capacity Li-Ion Storage of Binder-Free Metal Vanadate/Carbon Hybrid Anode by Ion-Exchange Reaction. Small 2018, 14: 1801832.
[6]  M. Hu, H. Zhou, X. Gan, L. Yang, Z.-H. Huang, D.-W. Wang, F. Kang, R. Lv*. Ultrahigh rate sodium ion storage with nitrogen-doped expanded graphite oxide in ether-based electrolyte. Journal of Materials Chemistry A 2018, 6: 1582-1589.
[7]  F. Yu, Q. Liu, X. Gan, M. Hu, T. Zhang, C. Li*, F. Kang, M. Terrones*, R. Lv*. Ultrasensitive Pressure Detection of Few-Layer MoS2. Advanced Materials 2017, 29: 1603266 (Inside Cover).
[8]  X. Wang, X. Gan, T. Hu, K. Fujisawa, Y. Lei, Z. Lin, B. Xu, Z.-H. Huang, F. Kang, M. Terrones*, R. Lv*. Noble-Metal-Free Hybrid Membranes for Highly Efficient Hydrogen Evolution. Advanced Materials 2017, 29: 1603617.
[9]  C. Zhou, S. Fan, M. Hu, J. Lu, J. Li*, Z.-H. Huang, F. Kang, R. Lv*. High areal specific capacity of Ni3V2O8/carbon cloth hierarchical structures as flexible anodes for sodium-ion batteries. Journal of Materials Chemistry A 2017, 5: 15517-15524.
[10]  S. Feng, M.C. Dos Santos, B.R. Carvalho, R. Lv, Q. Li, K. Fujisawa, A.L. Elias, Y. Lei, N. Perea-Lopez, M. Endo, M. Pan, M.A. Pimenta, M. Terrones. Ultrasensitive molecular sensor using N-doped graphene through enhanced Raman scattering. Science Advances 2016, 2: e1600322.
[11]  Q. Wang, X. Zhang*, R. Lv*, X. Chen, B. Xue, P. Liang, X. Huang. Binder-free nitrogen-doped graphene catalyst aircathodes for microbial fuel cells. Journal of Materials Chemistry A 2016, 4: 12387-12391. (Front Cover)
[12]  R. Lv, J.A. Robinson, R.E. Schaak, D. Sun, Y. Sun, T.E. Mallouk, M. Terrones. Transition Metal Dichalcogenides and Beyond: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications of Single- and Few-Layer Nanosheets. Accounts of Chemical Research 2015, 48: 56-64. (Front Cover, ESI highly cited paper)
[13]  R. Lv, G. Chen, Q. Li, A. Mccreary, A. Botello-Mendez, S.V. Morozov, L. Liang, X. Declerck, N. Perea-Lopez, D.A. Culleni, S. Feng, A.L. Elias, R. Cruz-Silva, K. Fujisawa, M. Endo, F. Kang, J.-C. Charlier, V. Meunier, M. Pan, A.R. Harutyunyan, K.S. Novoselov, M. Terrones. Ultrasensitive gas detection of large-area boron-doped graphene. PNAS 2015, 112: 14527-14532.
[14]  R. Lv, M.C. Dos Santos, C. Antonelli, S. Feng, K. Fujisawa, A. Berkdemir, R. Cruz-Silva, A.L. Elias, N. Perea-Lopez, F. Lopez-Urias, H. Terrones, M. Terrones. Large-Area Si-Doped Graphene: Controllable Synthesis and Enhanced Molecular Sensing. Advanced Materials 2014, 26: 7593-7599. (Back Cover)
[15]  R. Lv, E. Cruz-Silva, M. Terrones. Building Complex Hybrid Carbon Architectures by Covalent Interconnections: Graphene-Nanotube Hybrids and More. ACS Nano 2014, 8: 4061-4069.
[16]  H. Terrones, R. Lv, M. Terrones, M.S. Dresselhaus. The role of defects and doping in 2D graphene sheets and 1D nanoribbons. Reports on Progress in Physics 2012, 75: 062501. (ESI highly cited paper)
[17]  R. Lv, Q. Li, A.R. Botello-Mendez, T. Hayashi, B. Wang, A. Berkdemir, Q. Hao, A.L. Elias, R. Cruz-Silva, H.R. Gutierrez, Y.A. Kim, H. Muramatsu, J. Zhu, M. Endo, H. Terrones, J.-C. Charlier, M. Pan, M. Terrones. Nitrogen-doped graphene: beyond single substitution and enhanced molecular sensing. Scientific Reports 2012, 2: 586. (ESI highly cited paper)
[18]  R. Lv, T. Cui, M.-S. Jun, Q. Zhang, A. Cao, D.S. Su, Z. Zhang, S.-H. Yoon, J. Miyawaki, I. Mochida, F. Kang. Open-Ended, N-Doped Carbon Nanotube-Graphene Hybrid Nanostructures as High-Performance Catalyst Support. Advanced Functional Materials 2011, 21: 999-1006. (ESI highly cited paper)


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