Dr. Wei Fengxia from Singapore Agency for Science Technology and Research (ASTAR) Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE) was invited to the School of Mechanical Engineering (ME) for an academic visit.
Release time: 2019-04-02 browsing:

Invited by Prof. Zhang Jie, the Center of Micro-Nano Engineering (COME) in School of Mechanical Engineering, Dr. Wei Fengxia from Singapore ASTAR IMRE gave a presentation to ME teachers and students in the lecture hall C302 on April 1, 2019. The presentation was titled " Design of Functional Materials: Fuel Cells, Solar Batteries, Water Purification Catalysts and Hydrogen Electric Catalysts". More than 60 teachers and students participated in this academic activity.

In her report, Dr. Wei Fengxia started a topic on the application of perovskite materials in solar cell applications. She reported systematic studies on lead-free perovskite materials, and advanced application in academic research. Dr. Wei also presented the results on using TiO2 nanorods, as catalysts, for water purification applications.

After the presentation, Dr. Wei Fengxia was invited to visit the research labs and other academic facilities in the School of Mechanical Engineering. A further academic collaboration was discussed with the host.

About Dr. Wei Fengxia:

Dr. Wei Fengxia is a Sr. Scientist at the ASTAR IMRE. She has published an overview of the simultaneous analysis techniques in the CO2 reduction process in Nature Catalysis. She currently is developing high-entropy alloys and the application of machine learning through material synthesis and structural analysis.

2008: BS from Materials Science and Engineering, Nanyang Technological University,

2013: MS and PhD from Materials Science and Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, research results were published in JACS and J Mater ChemA , etc.

2015 to 2017: PostDoc from Department of Materials and Metallurgy, University of Cambridge, England, and successfully synthesized the first organic-inorganic hybrid halogenated double perovskite structure. Her research findings were published in journals such as Material Horizons, Chem Mater and Chem Comm.

2017 to now: Sr. Scientist ASTAR IMRE