Department of Chemistry
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Welcome to the Jin Group webpage!
We are a group of scientists at the University of Wisconsin interested in the chemistry and physics of materials on the nanoscale for solar applications, spintronics and other fascinating processes.
Nov. 2014. Miguel and Dong's paper Ionization of High-Density Deep Donor Defect States Explains the Low Photovoltage of Iron Pyrite Single Crystals is published in J. Am. Chem. Soc. and is featured in the article Scientists get to the heart of fool's gold as a solar material in UW-Madison News
Aug 2014. Matt F.'s review Earth-abundant inorganic electrocatalysts and their nanostructures for energy conversion applications is published in Energy Environ. Sci.
June 2014. Steven, Fei, and Ankit's paper Thermoelectric Properties of Undoped High Purity Higher Manganese Silicides Grown by Chemical Vapor Transport is published in Chem. Mater.
Postdoc position in bio-nanotechnology
Work hard! Play hard!
In solar energy conversion..!!
Nanowires synthesis, Solar energy conversion, Biomimetic assembly of materials...
E-mail: jin @ chem.wisc.edu Homepage: http://www.chem.wisc.edu/users/jin Research group webpage: http://jin.chem.wisc.edu/