XIE Qinxing谢勤兴

2018-11-05

Prof. Dr. XIE Qinxing

School of Materials Science and Engineering

Tianjin Polytechnic University

399 Binshui West Road

Tianjin 300387, China

Email: 15522101816@163.com

Website: http://energy.dynova-applied-science.com

Prof. Dr. Qinxing Xie is a faculty member of the School of Materials Science and Engineering at Tianjin Polytechnic University. He received his B.Sc. degree at Nanjing University in 1995, and M.Sc. degree at Nankai University in 1998. After that, he was hired as an engineer responsible for new products development by Tianjian Boyuan New Materials Co. Ltd that is a branch company of Tianjin Global Magnetic Card Co. Ltd. He received his PH.D. in 2004 at Swiss Federal Institute of Zurich (ETH Zurich) under the supervision of Prof. Dr. R. Nesper, and then he continued his work as a postdoctoral fellow. He was hired with a permanent teaching position by the Department of Chemistry, and was cross-appointed to the Department of Chemical Engineering from 2005 to 2009 at the University of Waterloo, Canada. He joined Tianjin polytechnic University as a full professor from 2010, and was nominated as the dean of the Department of Innovative Materials until 2017. Prof. Xie is now a guest editor of Shandong Chemical Industrial and Journal of Electronic Components and Information Technology.

Research fields

1.Nanoarchitectured materials for energy storage: lithium ion batteries, Li-S batteries, supercapacitors, sodium (potassium/magnesium/zinc) ion batteries

ØAdvanced electrodes for energy storage devices with high energy density and high power density;

ØNanoarchitectured metal oxides (sulfides) and their composites;

ØNanocarbons including graphene, carbon nanotubes, porous carbon and carbon nanofibers, as well as the carbon composites;

ØNanoarchiectured porous silicon, germanium and their composites

2.Energy conversion materials and devices

ØThermoelectric devices and materials;

ØSolar cells and materials

Selected publications

[1]Qinxing Xie*, Yufeng Zhang, Peng Zhao, Facile fabrication of honeycomb-like restacking-inhibited graphene architecture with superior electrochemical performance for energy storage, Mater. Lett. 2018, 225:93-96

[2]Qinxing Xie*, Rui Song, Peng Zhao, Yufeng Zhang, Shihua Wu, Controllable growth of in-plane porous Co3O4 nanosheets assembled 3D hierarchical clusters on stainless steel mesh as free-standing anodes for high performance lithium ion batteries, J. Mater. Chem. A 2018, 6:8388–8395

[3]Qinxing Xie*, Yating Zhu, Peng Zhao, Yufeng Zhang, Shihua Wu, One-pot hydrothermal fabrication and enhanced lithium storage capability of SnO2 nanorods intertangled with carbon nanotubes and graphene nanosheets, J. Mater. Sci. 2018, 53:9206-9216

[4]Qinxing Xie*, Xiaolin Huang, Yufeng Zhang, Shihua Wu, Peng Zhao, High performance aqueous symmetric supercapacitors based on advanced carbon electrodes and hydrophilic poly(vinylidene fluoride) porous separator, Appl. Surf. Sci. 2018, 443:412–420

[5]Qinxing Xie, YufengZhang, Yating Zhu, Weigui Fu, Xu Zhang, Peng Zhao, Shihua Wu, Graphene enhanced anchoring of nanosized Co3O4 particles on carbon fiber cloth as free-standing anode for lithium-ion batteries with superior cycling stability. Electrochimica Acta, 2017, 247, 125–131.

[6]Xie, Qinxing*, Wu, Shihua, Zhang, Yufeng, Zhao, Peng. Nitrogen-enriched flexible porous carbon/graphene composite cloth as free-standing electrodes for high performance aqueous supercapacitors. Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 2017, 801, 57–64.

[7]Xie, Q., Zhao, P., Wu, S., & Zhang, Y. Flexible carbon@graphene composite cloth for advanced lithium–sulfur batteries and supercapacitors with enhanced energy storage capability. Journal of Materials Science, 2017, 52(23), 13478–13489.

[8]Q. Xie*, S. Zhou, S. Wu, Y. Zhang, P. Zhao, Supercapacitive behavior of laminar-structured carbon cloth with alternating graphene and hybrid nanofibers: a synergistic effect of graphene-coating and post-oxidization, Appl. Surface Sci., 2017, 407:36-43.

[9]S. Zhou, Q.Xie*, S.Wu, X. Huang, P. Zhao, Influence of graphene-coating on supercapacitive behavior of sandwich-like N- and O-enriched porous carbon/graphene composites in aqueous and organic electrolytes, Ionics,  2017, 23(6), 1499–1507.

[10]Q. Xie*, G.Chen, R. Bao, Y. Zhang, S. Wu, Polystyrene foam derived nitrogen-enriched porous carbon/graphene composites with high volumetric capacitances for aqueous supercapacitors, Micropor. Mesopor. Mater., 2017, 239:130-137.

[11]Q. Xie*, R. Bao, C. Xie, A. Zheng, S. Wu, et al. Core-shell N-doped active carbon fiber@graphene composites for aqueous symmetric supercapacitors with high-energy and high-power density, J.Power Sources, 2016, 317:133-142

[12]Q. Xie*, R. Bao, A. Zheng, Y. Zhang, S. Wu, C. Xie, and P. Zhao, Sustainable Low-Cost Green Electrodes with High Volumetric Capacitance for Aqueous Symmetric Supercapacitors with High Energy Density, ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng., 2016, 4(3):1422-1430

[13]Q. Xie*, S. Zhou, A. Zheng, C. Xie, C. Yin, S. Wu, Y. Zhang, P. Zhao, Sandwich-like nitrogen-enriched porous carbon/graphene composites as electrodes for aqueous symmetric supercapacitors with high energy density, Electrochim. Acta, 2016,189,22-31

[14]Q. Xie*, A. Zheng, C. Xie, W. Fu, S. Wu, Y. Zhang, P. Zhao, Graphene functionalized attapulgite/sulfur composite as cathode of lithium-sulfur batteries for energy storage, Microporous Mesoporous Mater.,2016, 224, 239-244

[15]Q. Xie*, A. Zheng, S. Zhai, et. al., Reed straw derived active carbon/graphene hybrids as sustainable high performance electrodes for advanced supercapacitors, J. Solid State Electrochem. 2016, 20(2), 449-457

[16]C. Yan, J.Yang, Q. Xie*, Z. Lu, B. Liu, C. Xie, S. Wu, Y. Guan, Y. Zhang, Novel nanoarchitectured Zn2SnO4 anchored on porous carbon as high performance anodes for lithium ion batteries, Mater. Lett. 2015, 138, 120-123.

[17]Y. Shang, Z. Yu, Q. Xie*, et. al., Facile Fabrication of MnO2/graphene Microspheres with Secondary Porous Structures for High Performance Supercapacitors, J. Solid State Electrochem. 2015, 19(4), 949-956

 

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