Contact Information
  Location (Office) E12-1033
  (Lab)  N23-6003
  Phone   (853)8822-4097
  Fax   (853)8822-2454
  E-mail   hshao
  Curriculum Vitae

 

 

EDUCATION
Ph.D. Inorganic Chemistry, Peking University, China, 2005.
B.S. Materials Chemistry, Peking University, China, 2000.

 

POSITIONS
Aug 2016 – present Assistant Professor, Institute of Applied Physics and Materials Engineering, University of Macau
May 2011 – Jul 2016 Assistant Professor in International Institute for Carbon-Neutral Energy Research (WPI-I2CNER), Kyushu University, Japan 
Apr 2009 – Apr 2011 Postdoc in Department of Heterogeneous Catalysis, Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung, Germany
Jul 2005 – Mar 2009 Postdoc in Energy Technology Research Institute, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan

 

RESEARCH
 Research Interests

    •   Hydrogen Storage and Fuel Cell
    •   Green Energy Materials
    •   Nanosize and Nano Processing
    •   Energy Storage and Utilization of Renewable Power

   Research Group

 

TEACHING
    Undergraduate Courses

  1. Chemistry and Modern Society (CHEM 111)

    Ph.D. Courses

 

REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS
  1. Meichun Wang, Liuzhang Ouyang*, Chenghong Peng, Xiaoke Zhu, Weiheng Zhu, Huaiyu Shao* and Min Zhu, Synthesis and hydrolysis of NaZn(BH4)3 and its ammoniates, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2017, in press. DOI: 10.1039/C7TA05082H. (impact factor: 8.867)
  2. Daifeng Wu, Liuzhang Ouyang*,  Jiangwen Liu, Hui Wang, Huaiyu Shao* and Min Zhu, Hydrogen generation properties and hydrolysis mechanism of Zr(BH4)4•8NH3, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 5 (2017) 16630-16635. (impact factor: 8.867)
  3. Miaolian Ma, Liuzhang Ouyang*, Jiangwen Liu, Hui Wang, Huaiyu Shao*, and Min Zhu, Air-stable hydrogen generation materials and enhanced hydrolysis performance of MgH2-LiNH2 composites, Journal of Power Sources, 359 (2017) 427–434. (impact factor: 6.395)
  4. Minghong Huang, Liuzhang Ouyang*, Jianshan Ye, Jiangwen Liu, Xiangdong Yao, Hui Wang, Huaiyu Shao* and Min Zhu, Hydrogen generation via hydrolysis of Magnesium with seawater using Mo, MoO2, MoO3 and MoS2 as catalysts, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 5 (2017) 8566-8575. (impact factor: 8.867)
  5. Huaiyu Shao*, Gongbiao Xin, Jie Zheng, Xingguo Li*, Etsuo Akiba, Nanotechnology in Mg-based Materials for Hydrogen Storage, Nano Energy, 1 (2012) 590-601. (impact factor: 12.343)
  6. (48 journal papers. Total times cited: 798, h-index: 18, data from Web of Science by Thomson Reuters; Scopus Citation 838, h-index: 18; Google Scholar Citation 1000, h-index: 19, up to July 26, 2017)

 

AWARDS & HONORS
2007 JSPS Fellowship, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Japan
2005  First Place Award, GE Foundation Edison Cup Technology Innovation Competition, China Scholarship Council, China/Institute of International Education, USA

 

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
 2013 – 2017 Conference organization experience: American Chemical Society (ACS) National Meeting 2013 Fall (Indianapolis, USA), U.S. National Congress on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (USNCTAM2014, East Lansing, USA), the 1st International Young Scientists Fusion Forum (2013, Chengdu, China), 2016 International Conference on Small Science (Prague, Czech), 2016 Macau Summit on Carbon and Energy Materials (Macau, China), 2017 International Conference on Environmental and Energy Engineering (Suzhou, China), etc.
 2011 – present Editorial Board Journal of Nanomaterials (impact factor: 1.871)
 2017 – present
Editorial Board The Open Access Journal of Science and Technology.
2005 – present Reviewer for Nature Communications, Nano Energy, ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, Nanotechnology, Journal of Power Sources, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, etc. over 30 Journals.
2011 – present Grant proposal reviewer for Romanian National Research Council
Member of American Chemical Society (ACS)
Member of Japan Institute of Metals and Materials (JIM)

 

OTHERS
 The Prof. Shao’s Group webpage launched! https://iapme.umac.mo/research/prof-huaiyu-shaos-research-group/