Category Archives: Cheng Group News
Dr. Wei Zhang’s work “Sequence‐Mandated, Distinct Assembly of Giant Molecules” has been published in Angewandte Chemie. Congratulations to Dr. Wei!
Dr. Chih-Hao Hsu’s recent work “Thickness-Dependent Order-to-Order Transitions of Bolaform-like Giant Surfactant in Thin Films” has been published in Macromolecules. Congratulations to Dr. Hsu.
Dr. Gengxin Liu’s recent work “Dynamics of Shape-Persistent Giant Molecules: Zimm-like Melt, Elastic Plateau, and Cooperative Glass-like” has been published in Macromolecules. Congratulations to Dr. Liu.
Dr. Stephen Z. D. Cheng’s paper “50th Anniversary Perspective: Polymer Crystals and Crystallization: Personal Journeys in a Challenging Research Field” has been published in Macromolecules as a 50th Anniversary Perspective. Congratulation to Dr. Cheng.
Dr. Yiwen Li’s recent work “Polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxane meets “click” chemistry: Rational design and facile preparation of functional hybrid materials” has been published in Polymer. Congratulation to Dr. Li.
Dr. Xueyan Feng’s recent work “Hierarchical Self-Organization of ABn Dendron-like Molecules into a Supramolecular Lattice Sequence” has been published in ACS Central Science. Congratulation to Dr. Feng.
Our graduate student, Xueyan Feng has successfully defended his Ph.D dissertation and will earn his Ph.D degree on August. Congratulations, Dr.Feng!
Dr. Wei Zhang’s recent work “Rationally Controlling the Self-Assembly Behavior of Triarmed POSS−Organic Hybrid Macromolecules: From Giant Surfactants to Macroions” has been published in Macromolecules. Congratulation to Dr. Zhang.
Dr. Zhiwei Lin’s recent work “A Noncrystallization Approach toward Uniform Thylakoids-like 2D “Nano-coins” and Their Grana-like 3D Suprastructures” has been published in JACS. Congratulation to Dr. Lin.
Dr. Kan Yue’s recent work “Self-Assembled Structures of Giant Surfactants Exhibit a Remarkable Sensitivity on Chemical Compositions and Topologies for Tailoring Sub-10 nm Nanostructures” has been published in Macromolecules. Congratulation to Dr. Yue.