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Junhu Zhang
Chemistry / Polymer Chemistry and Physics

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Email    zjh@jlu.edu.cn
Office     B308 Supramolecular Building
Lab        B310 Supramolecular Building
Short Biography

Dr. Junhu Zhang received his Ph.D. degree in the field of polymer chemistry and physics in 2003 under the supervision of Prof. Bai Yang from Jilin University. He is currently a professor in state key laboratory of supramolecular structure and materials.

Research Interest

Prof. Junhu Zhang’s current research interests focus on biomimetic and functional microstructures on surface and interface. By colloidal lithography, complex 2D ordered nanostructure arrays could be fabricated on substrate, which may be employed as functional surface and devices, such as stimulus-response nanostructures fabricated by combining surface initiated polymerization of functional and intelligent polymers, asymmetric nanostructure arrays for optical, magnetic, and separating applications, and complex metal nanostructure arrays for nanoplasmonics and highly sensitive optical sensors.

Honors & Awards
Awardee of excellent young scientist foundation of NSFC (2012)
New Century Excellent Talents in Universities (2012)
"Young Scientist Award", 9th World Biomaterials Congress (2012)

1. Colloidal Self-Assembly Meets Nanofabrication: From 2D Colloidal Crystals to Nanostructure Arrays
Junhu Zhang, Yunfeng Li, Xuemin Zhang, and Bai Yang*
Adv. Mater., 2010, 22, 4249-4269.
2. Controlled Fabrication of Fluorescent Barcode Nanorods
Xiao Li, Tieqiang Wang, Junhu Zhang,* Difu Zhu, Xun Zhang, Yang Ning, Hao Zhang, and Bai Yang
ACS Nano, 2010, 4, 4350-4360.
3. Patterning Colloidal Crystals and Nanostructure Arrays by Soft Lithography
Junhu Zhang and Bai Yang*
Adv. Funct. Mater., 2010, 20, 3411-3424.
4. Anisotropic Janus Si Nanopillar Arrays as a Microfluidic One-Way Valve for Gas-Liquid Separation
Tieqiang Wang, Hongxu Chen, Kun Liu, Yang Li, Peihong Xue, Ye Yu, Shuli Wang, Junhu Zhang,* Eugenia Kumacheva* and Bai Yang
Nanoscale, 2014, 6, 3846-3853.
5. Nanotransfer Printing of Gold Disk, Ring and Crescent Arrays and their IR Range Optical Properties
Tieqiang Wang, Junhu Zhang,* Peihong Xue, Hongxu Chen, Shunsheng Ye, Shuli Wang, Ye Yu and Bai Yang
J. Mater. Chem. C, 2014, 2, 2333-2340.
6. Morphology-Controlled Fabrication of Elliptical Nanoring Arrays Based on Facile Colloidal Lithography
TieqiangWang, Junhu Zhang,* Xun Zhang, Peihong Xue, Hongxu Chen, Xiao Li, Ye Yu and Bai Yang
J. Mater. Chem. C, 2013, 1, 1122-1129.
7. Panchromatic Plasmonic Color Patterns: From Embedded Ag Nanohole Arrays to Elevated Ag Nanohole Arrays
Xuemin Zhang, Shunsheng Ye, Xun Zhang, Zibo Li, Shan Wu, Junhu Zhang,* Tieqiang Wang and Bai Yang
J. Mater. Chem. C, 2013, 1, 933-940.
8. Elevated Ag Nanohole Arrays for High Performance Plasmonic Sensors Based on Extraordinary Optical Transmission
Xuemin Zhang, Zibo Li, Shunsheng Ye, Shan Wu, Junhu Zhang,* Liying Cui, Anran Li, Tieqiang Wang, Shuzhou Li and Bai Yang
J. Mater. Chem., 2012, 22, 8903-8910.
9. A Ffacile Approach to Fabricate Three-Dimensional Ordered Macroporous Rutile Titania at Low Calcination Temperature
Fei Jia, Wei Sun, Junhu Zhang,* Yunfeng Li and Bai Yang
J. Mater. Chem., 2012, 22, 2435-2441.
10. Low Electric Field Intensity and Thermotropic Tuning Surface Plasmon Band Shift of Gold Island Film by Liquid Crystals
Jing Xie, Xuemin Zhang, Zenghui Peng, Zhanhua Wang, Tieqiang Wang, Shoujun Zhu, Zhaoyi Wang, Liang Zhang, Junhu Zhang,* and Bai Yang
J. Phys. Chem. C, 2012, 116, 2720-2727.

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