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LIU Liang

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Main research themes
Development of instrumentation for scanning electrochemical probe techniques
Characterization of local electrochemical behavior (electrocatalytic activities, localized corrosion, etc.)
Electrodeposition of functional materials

Educational background and career
2005-2010: Ph.D. in Chemistry (Zhejiang University, China, Prof. Jianqing ZHANG & Prof. Jiming HU), worked in University of Cincinnati (USA, Prof. W. J. VAN OOIJ) for 5 months
2010-2016: Postdoctoral researcher (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, Prof. Daniel MANDLER)
2012-2016: Postdoctoral research fellow (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Prof. Daniel MANDLER & Prof. Pooi See LEE, NTU-HUJ-BGU CREATE Program, joint postdoc with Israel)
2016: CNRS Research Associate at LCPME

Fields of expertise
Electrodeposition techniques, surface modification, corrosion protection, scanning electrochemical microscopy (SECM), modelling of electrochemical systems and electrochemical data analysis

2010: Golda Meir Postdoctoral Fellowship (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
2014: ISE Travel Award for Young Electrochemists (International Society of Electrochemistry)

Significant publications
Scanning electrochemical microscopy
Electrochemically patterning sol-gel structures on conducting and insulating surfaces. L. Liu, R. Toledano, T. Danieli, J.Q. Zhang, J.M. Hu, D. Mandler. Chem. Commun. 47 (2011) 6909-6911
Electrochemically “writing” graphene from graphene oxide. L. Liu, C.L. Tan, J.W. Chai, S.X. Wu, A. Radko, H. Zhang, D. Mandler. Small 10 (2014) 3555-3559
Patterning carbon nanotubes with silane by scanning electrochemical microscopy. L. Liu, D. Mandler. Electrochem. Commun. 48 (2014) 56-60

Electrodeposition of functional materials
“Nano to nano” electrodeposition of WO3 crystalline nanoparticles for electrochromic coatings. L. Liu, M. Layani, S. Yellinek, A. Kamyshny, H. Ling, P.S. Lee, S, Magdassi, D. Mandler. J. Mater. Chem. A 2 (2014) 16224-16229 (Equal contribution of L. Liu and M. Layani)
Electrochemical co-deposition of sol-gel/carbon nanotube composite thin films for antireflection and non-linear optics. L. Liu, S. Yellinek, N. Tal, R. Toledano, A. Donval, D. Yadlovker, D. Mandler. J. Mater. Chem. C 3 (2015) 1099-1105
Important implications of the electrochemical reduction of ITO. L. Liu, S. Yellinek, I. Valdinger, A. Donval, D. Mandler. Electrochim. Acta 176 (2015) 1374-1381

Corrosion protection
Improving the formation and protective properties of silane films by the combined use of electrodeposition and nanoparticles incorporation. L. Liu, J.M. Hu, J.Q. Zhang, C.N. Cao. Electrochim. Acta 52 (2006) 538-545

Dr. Liang LIU also worked closely with industrial collaborators in Israel, USA and China. Several techniques have been applied.

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