Welcome to the Jiang group in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Cincinnati!
We make use of synthetic, mechanistic, and spectroscopic techniques to address the fundamental questions underpinning electrocatalytic chemical conversion and electrochemical energy storage.
Jack McGrath for receiving the Henry Hochstetter Prize for excellent performance as a graduate teaching assistant;
Manisha Sheokand for receiving the Doctoral Enhancement Fellowships for research accomplishments to date and future research potential;
Nilakshi Devi for receiving the Lange Fellowship for recognition of outstanding research performance by a graduate student showing great potential in their career;
Ashwin Chaturvedi for receiving the excellent performance as a graduate teaching assistant;Henry Hochstetter Prize for recognition of outstanding research performance by a graduate student showing great potential in their career and the Stecker Fellowship;
Caroline Williams for receiving the Henry Hochstetter Prize for excellent performance as a graduate teaching assistant and the 2022 CGSA Graduate Student of the Year Award.
The very first graduate student, Caroline Williams, finished her open defense today. Congratulations, Caroline!
Our work on membrane-free redox flow batteries is accepted to publish in Energy Storage Mater. Check it out here.
Congratulations to Amir for receiving the Laws Fellowship, to Ashwin for the Twitchell Fellowship, to Nilakshi for the Doctoral Enhancement Fellowship, and to Marcus for the Departmental Honors award.
Jimmy is invited to be a guest editor for a Special Issue of Inorganics! The theme of this special issue is Bond Activation and Catalysis Using Main-Group Elements. Welcome to submit your manuscript to this issue in its broadest definition! Check it out here.
Congratulations to Caroline for receiving the University Research Council Summer Fellowship!
Our work on electrocatalytic dechlorination of dichloromethane is accepted to publish in Inorg. Chem. This is a collaborative project with the Vogiatzis group. Check it out here.
Our work on biphasic battery is accepted to publish in ACS Mater. Lett. This is a collaborative project with the Beck group. Check it out here.
Our work on electrocatalytic CO2 reduction using PEGylated molecular catalyst is accepted to publish in Inorg. Chem. Check it out here.
Congratulations to Jimmy for receiving the NSF CAREER award!
Our recent work on electrocatalytic dehalogenation using molecular metal-free catalyst is accepted to publish in Chem. Eur. J. Check it out here.
Farewell trip to Natural Bridge State Park for our postdoc, Jingchao Chai. Check out the pictures here. You will be missed, Jingchao!
Our work on CO2 reduction using an electrocatalyst with a cooperative triazole bundle as secondary coordination sphere is accepted to publish in Chem. Eur. J. Check out here.
Jimmy is selected as a Scialog Fellow on Negative Emissions Science by the Research Corporation for Science Advancement and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Check out here.
Our work on aqueous redox flow batteries using a micellization strategy is accepted to publish in ChemSusChem. Check out here.
Congratulations to Amir for receiving the Stecker Fellowship Award "as an outstanding graduate student in chemistry", to Ashwin for the Henry Hochstetter Prize "for excellent performance as graduate Teaching Assistant", and to Marcus for the STEM Undergraduate Summer Research Fellowship.
Congratulations to Jimmy for receiving fund from the UC Pilot Funding program.
Our work on all-PEGylated organic materials in non-aqueous redox flow battery is published in J. Mater. Chem. A. Congratulations! Check out here.
Our first work on non-aqueous redox flow battery is published in ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces. Congratulations! Check out here.
Our new lab in 720 Rieveschl Hall is fully up and running!
Jimmy received the UC Research Launch Award. Congratulations!
Jimmy attended the ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit in Denver, Colorado.
Our group run science demonstration on fruit batteries to a group of grade 5th-8th kids and explained the science concepts behind it at the Cincinnati Museum Center. Check it out here.
Congratulations to Caroline for receiving the Thomas B. Cameron Prize. The award is given by the department to the teaching assistant in freshman chemistry who represents the highest ideals and achievements in the teaching of chemistry.
Congratulations to Jimmy for receiving the UC A&S Faculty Development Fund.
First day of an independent research career.