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先进放射医学论坛(2018年第1期)—Cationic Materials and Mesoporous Nanoparticles for Environmental Applications


作者:admin 来源: 日期:2017-12-27 16:30:57 人气:35 

题目:CationicMaterials and Mesoporous Nanoparticles for Environmental Applications

主讲人:Prof. Scott Oliver, 美国加利福尼亚大学

时间:20180103900

地点:医学部402栋一楼A101会议室

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报告人简介:

Prof. Scott Oliver

Professor of Chemistry University of California, SantaCruz Department of Chemistry of Biochemistry

https://oliverlab.weebly.com/

A. Professional Preparation

University of Toronto Toronto, Canada   Chemistry             B.Sc., 1992

University of Toronto Toronto, Canada   MaterialsChemistry     Ph.D., 1997

Harvard University    Cambridge, MA    NSERC Postdoctoral    1997 – 1999

B. Appointments

2012 – present   Professorof Chemistry      University ofCalifornia, Santa Cruz

2006 – 2012    AssociateProf. of Chemistry  University ofCalifornia, Santa Cruz

2004 – 2006    Assistant Prof. of Chemistry   University of California, Santa Cruz

2004 – 2006    AssociateProf. of Chemistry   SUNY Binghamton

1999 – 2004    AssistantProf. of Chemistry    SUNY Binghamton

C. Products

Five publications closely related to proposal project,most recent

1. Dat T. Tran, Jessica M. Palomino, Scott R. J. Oliver,“Desulfurization of JP-8 Jet Fuel:Challenges and Adsorptive Materials”, 2017,submitted.

2. Jesse L. Hauser, Dat T. Tran, Edward T. Conley, JohnM. Saunders, Karen C. Bustillo, Scott R. J. Oliver, “Plasma Treatment of SilverImpregnated Mesoporous Aluminosilicate Nanoparticles for AdsorptiveDesulfurization”, Chemistry of Materials, 2016, 28,474-479.

3. Jessica M. Palomino, Dat T. Tran, Ana R. Kareh,Christopher A. Miller, Joshua M. V.Gardner, Hong Dong, Scott R. J. Oliver,“Zirconia-Silica based Mesoporous Desulfurization Adsorbents”, J. PowerSources, 2015, 278, 141-148.

4. Jessica M. Palomino, Dat T. Tran, Jesse L. Hauser,Hong Dong, Scott R. J. Oliver,

“Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles for High CapacityAdsorptive Desulfurization”, J. Mater. Chem. A, 2014, 2,14890-14895.

5. Yashar Abdollahian, Jesse L. Hauser, Ian R. Colinas,Carolyn Agustin, Andrew S. Ichimura, Scott R. J. Oliver, “IRMOF Thin FilmsTemplated by Oriented Zinc Oxide Nanowires”, Cryst. Growth Des., 2014,14, 1506-1509.

Five others, most recent

1. Ian R. Colinas, Kenneth K. Inglis, Frédéric Blanc,Scott R. J. Oliver, “Anion exchange dynamics in the capture of perchlorate by acationic Ag-based MOF”, Dalton Transactions, 2017, 46, 5320-5325.

2. Ian R. Colinas, Rachel C. Silva, Scott R. J. Oliver,“Reversible, Selective Trapping of Perchlorate from Water in Record Capacity bya Cationic Metal–Organic Framework”, Environmental Science & Technology,2016, 50, 1949-1954.

3. Guiyang Zhang, Guangfeng Wei, Zhipan Liu, Scott R. J.Oliver,* Honghan Fei,* “A Robust Sulfonate-Based Metal?Organic Framework withPermanent Porosity for Efficient CO2 Capture and Conversion”, Chemistryof Materials, 2016, 28, 6276-6281.

4. Kevin M. Sergo, Cari S. Han, Marc R. Bresler, Susan C.Citrak, Yashar Abdollahian,

Honghan Fei, Scott R. J. Oliver, “Erbium HydroxideEthanedisulfonate: A Cationic Layered Material with Organic Anion ExchangeCapability”, Inorganic Chemistry, 2015, 54, 3883-3888.

5. Honghan Fei, Cari S. Han, Jeremy C. Robins, Scott R.J. Oliver, “A Cationic Metal-Organic Solid Solution based on Co(II) and Zn(II)for Chromate Trapping”, Chem. Mater., 2013, 25, 647-652.

D. Synergistic Activities

1. Established and Director of the UC Santa Cruz X-rayCrystallography Facility, funded by two NSF-MRI grants, 2006 – present.

2. 88 undergraduate researchers in the group to date,including 26 summer undergraduate fellowship recipients from NSF REU, NSF DMRSSMC and minority outreach programs: NIH ACCESS, NIH IMSD, NIH MARC and NSFCAMP.

3. Reviewer for 70 chemistry and materials journals, manyNSF programs (DMR, CHE,

CAREER), DOE BES, ACS PRF, Research Corporation.

4.Expanded the graduate curriculum at UC Santa Cruz, with new courses,experiments and instrumentation demos in Materials Chemistry, InorganicChemistry, Analytical Chemistry and X-ray Crystallography.