Electrochemistry group at Wayne State

Research in the Luo group is focused on exploring new frontiers in electrocatalytic and electroanalytical sciences. Key challenges we aim to address include selective electroreduction of carbon dioxide (CO2), single nanoparticle electrochemistry, and low cost point-of-/are diagnostics.

We are now looking for highly motivated graduate and undergraduate students! Please contact Professor Luo at long.luo@wayne.edu if you are interested.

 We are now looking for a postdoc with the expertise in catalysis and electrocatalysis! Please send your CV to Prof. Luo at long.luo@wayne.edu if you are interested.

Group News

10/24/2017 Dr. Luo hosted the analytical seminar speaker, Dr. Joaquin Rodriguez Lopez, from UIUC. 

 

09/25/2017 Our paper "Structural characterization of Rh and RhAu dendrimer-encapsulated nanoparticles" is accepted by Lamguir . 

 

09/20/2017 Our new Shimadzu GC arrived!

 

08/09/2017 Dr. Qianjin Chen joined the group as a postdoc. Welcome!

 

07/10/2017 Prof. Luo received the Ebbing Faculty Development Award from Wayne State Unviersity to support his research. Thanks to Dr. Darrell Ebbing for establishing this award!

 

04/07/2017:  Prof. Luo's most recent paper "Tunability of the Adsorbate Binding on Bimetallic Alloy Nanoparticles for the Optimization of Catalytic Hydrogenation"  was published in JACS.

 

03/01/2017: Prof. Luo presented a poster at the recruiting weekend at Wayne State.

02/27/2017: The lab space is ready for move in.​

02/2017: Prof. Luo officially accepted the offer from Department of Chemistry at Wayne State. 

 

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