Associate Professor Zicheng Wang
Phone: +86 15928631569
Zicheng Wang, an associate professor in the School of Chemical and Material Engineering, jiangnan University, jiansu, China, obtained a PhD degree in Material Science and Engineering from University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (2018.12).
Wang’s research focuses on the fabrication and application of multifunctional graphene-based nanocomposites for electromagnetic dissipating. His current research successfully realize the preparation of fluffy and highly ordered N-doping graphene multilayer films, and fabrication of 3D free-standing graphene aerogels. The formation of interconnected porous conductive graphene network and the highly recoverable compressibility endow the 3D architectures with a self-adjustment in microwave absorption, which makes it possible for graphene aerogel to become an effective microwave attenuation material with a great potential to be deployed in aerospace and aviation ﬁelds.
1.Z.C. Wang, R.B. Wei, J.W. Gu, et al. Ultralight, highly compressible and fire-retardant graphene aerogel with self-adjustable electromagnetic wave absorption. Carbon, 2018, 139: 1126-1135.
2.Z.C. Wang, R.B. Wei, X.B. Liu. Fluffy and ordered graphene multilayer films with improved electromagnetic interference shielding over x-band. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2017, 9(27): 22408-22419.
3.Z.C. Wang, R.B. Wei, X.B. Liu. Dielectric properties of copper phthalocyanine nanocomposites incorporated with graphene oxide. Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronic, 2017, 28(10): 7437-7448.
4.Z.C. Wang, R.B. Wei, X.B. Liu. Dielectric properties of reduced graphene oxide/copper phthalocyanine nanocomposites fabricated throughπ-πinteraction. Journal of Electronic Materials, 2017, 46(1): 488-496.
5.Z.C. Wang, R.B. Wei, X.B. Liu. Effect of elevated annealing temperature on electrical conductivity and magnetic properties of iron phthalocyanine polymer. Journal of Polymer Research, 2016 , 23: 48.
6.Z.C. Wang, R.B. Wei, X.B. Liu. Preparation and dielectric properties of copper phthalocyanine/graphene oxide nanohybrids via in situ polymerization. Journal of Materials Science, 2016, 51:4682-4690.
7.Z.C. Wang, R.B. Wei, X.B. Liu. Facile fabrication of multilayer films of graphene oxide/copper phthalocya- nine with high dielectric properties. RSC Advances, 2015, 5: 88306-88310.
8.Z.C. Wang, K. Jia, X.B. Liu. Temperature dependent electrical conductivity and microwave absorption properties of composites based on multi-wall carbon nanotubes and phthalocyanine polymer. Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronic, 2015, 26: 8008-8016.
9.Z.C. Wang, W. Yang, J.J. Wei, et al. Preparation and microwave absorption properties of rod-like iron phthalocyanine with nitrile and nitro groups. Materials Letters, 2014, 123: 6-9.
10.Z.C. Wang, X.L. Yang, M.Z. Xu, et al. Effect of elevated annealing temperature on the morphology, microstructure, conductivity and microwave absorption properties of phthalocyanine polymer. Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics, 2013, 24: 2610-2618.