Xiaowei Teng's Research Group
Teng, Nano Letter, 2009
Du, Crystal Growth & Design, 2011
Du, JACS, 2011
 
(05/2013) Prof. Teng has been awarded a five-year DOE Early Career grant of a total amount of $750, 000 to study "Spinel Metal Oxides for Pseudocapacitor Applications". 

(04/2013) Congratulations to Matthew Yeager for winning Graduate Research Award of UNH. 

(04/2013) Two Chemical Engineering undergraduates Logan Mower and Emily Wong joined Prof. Teng s group for the Synchrotron experiments at the Brookhaven National Laboratory, along with the collaborators from Yeshiva University.  

(03/2013) Our research work on  Pseudocapacitive Hausmannite Nanoparticles with {101} Facets: Synthesis, Characterization and Charge-Transfer Mechanism  has been published as an article in the Journal of ChemSusChem.  Congratulation to Matthew Yeager, Wenxin Du, and two UNH-CHE undergrads Matthew Sullivan and Brendan Bishop.

(12/2012) Matthew Yeager has successfully defended his M.S. thesis titled  Pseudocapacitive K0.15MnO2 Nanosheets for Asymmetric Electrochemical Capacitors . Congratulations!

(11/2012) Congratulations to Matthew Yeager for his poster on "Pseudocapacitive MnO2 Nanostructures" being nominated as a finalist for Best Poster Award in MRS 2012 Fall Meeting. 

(09/2012) Welcome three Chemical Engineering undergraduates Logan Mower, Brendan Bishop and Ian Clarke to join Prof. Teng s group for the supercapacitor research. 

(09/2012)  Our research work on "Highly-Efficient K0.15MnO2 Birnessite Nanosheets for Stable Pseudocapacitive Cathodes" has been published in the Journal of Physical Chemistry C.  Congratulation to Matthew Yeager.

(08/2012) Prof. Teng has been awarded a 3-year NSF grant to study "Iridium-based alloy for ethanol oxidation PEM fuel cell reaction". 

(08/2012) Our research work on "Pseudocapacitive NiO Fine Nanoparticles for Supercapacitor Reactions" has been published in the Journal of the Electrochemical Society.  Congratulation to Matthew Yeager.

(08/2012) Prof. Teng has been awarded a 3-year NSF grant to study "Palladium-based anode catalysts for direct ethanol oxidation fuel cell in alkaline media". 

(07/2012) Prof. Teng (co-PI) and Prof. Barkey (PI) has been awarded a 3-year NSF grant to develop a conductive nanoparticle ink for solar panel fabrication. 

(06/2012)  Our research work on "Iridium-Ruthenium Alloyed Nanoparticles for the Ethanol Oxidation Fuel Cell Reactions" has been published in the journal of ACS Catalysis.  Congratulation to Wenxin Du.

(06/2012) Welcome three Chemical Engineering undergraduates Dominic Montello, Matthew Sullivan and Emily Wong to join Prof. Teng s group for the research. 

(06/2012) Congratulations to Matthew Yeager for winning Graduate Student Summer Research Fellowship. 


(05/2012)  Our research work on "Iridium-Ruthenium Alloyed Nanoparticles for the Ethanol Oxidation Fuel Cell Reactions" has been published in the journal of ACS Catalysis.  Congratulation to Wenxin Du.

(01/2012)  Congratulation to Wenxin Du, Kayla E. Mackenzie (undergrad, class of 2012), Daniel F. Milano (undergrad, class of 2011), and their recent work on "Palladium-Tin Alloyed Catalysts for the Ethanol Oxidation Reaction in an Alkaline Medium" has been published in the journal of ACS Catalysis as an article.

(09/2011)  Xiaoxiong Jia successfully defended his Master thesis entitled "Synthesis of CdSe/Au Hybrid Nanorods". He will begin his career in PetroChina after his graduation. Congratulation!

(08/2011)  Congratulation to Wenxin Du, his work on "Highly Active Iridium/Iridium-Tin/Tin Oxide Heterogeneous Nanoparticles as Alternative Electrocatalysts for the Ethanol Oxidation Reaction" has been accepted for the publication in the Journal of the American Chemical Society as an article. 

(04/2011)  Congratulation to Wenxin Du, Carlo LaScala (undergrad, class of 2012), their work on "Ternary PtSnRhSnO2 Nanoclusters: Synthesis and Electroactivity for Ethanol Oxidation Fuel Cell Reaction" has been accepted for the publication in the Journal of Materials Chemistry as a full paper.

(03/2011)  Our collaboration work on neutron scattering study of "Low Energy Magnetic Excitation in Co core/CoO Shell Nanoparticles" has been accepted for the publication in the Physical Review B as a full paper.

(01/2011)  Welcome two Chemical Engineering juniors James Stewart and Amanda Devine to join Prof. Teng s group for the research. 

(12/2010)  Prof. Teng has been awarded a 2-year Granite State Technology Innovation Grant to design nanomaterials as printable conductive media.  This support is from the New Hampshire Innovation Research Center (NHIRC).  

(12/2010)  Welcome Chemical Engineering senior Daniel Milano to work with Prof. Teng on catalyst design for alkaline fuel cell.    

(12/2010)  Congratulation to Wenxin Du, his work on "Promotional Effects of Bismuth on the Formation of Platinum-Bismuth Nanowires Network and the Electrocatalytic Activity toward Ethanol Oxidation" has been accepted for the publication in the Crystal Growth & Design as a full paper.  

(05/2010)  Congratulation to Carlo LaScala for being awarded 2010 Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships (SURF) by the Hamel Center for Undergraduate Research and the University Honors Program. He will continue his research on Pt/Rh nanocatalyst for ethanol oxidation fuel cell reactions. 

(09/2009)  Welcome Mr. Xiaoxiong Jia to join Prof. Teng s group as Mater student.  His research focus will be on the study of magnetism of various hybrid nanostructures. 

(08/2009)  Our collaboration work on "Structural characterization of bimetallic nanomaterials with overlapping x-ray absorption edges" has been accepted for the publication in the Physical Review B.

(07/2009)  Our work on "Electronic and Magnetic Properties of Ultrathin Au/Pt Nanowires" has been accepted for the publication in the Nano Letters, a refereed journal with a 2009 Impact Factor of 10.3.

(03/2009)  Congratulation to Carlo LaScala, a chemical engineering freshman, for being selected as a 2009 Research Experience and Apprenticeship Program (REAP) Fellow by the Hamel Center for Undergraduate Research and the University Honors Program. He will begin his research during the summer on the exploration of Pt/Rh nanocatalyst for ethanol oxidation fuel cell reactions. 

(01/2009)  We welcome Darin Franklin, a chemical engineering senior student, to join our group for the Chemical Engineering Project. He will work on the development of new processing methods for making oxides support for fuel cell applications.

(11/2008)  Welcome Mr. Wenxin Du to join Prof. Teng s group to conduct his Ph.D research.  His research focus will be primarily on the design of heterogeneous nanomaterials for direct ethanol fuel cell reactions.

(08/2008)  Dr. Xiaowei Teng has joined University of New Hampshire, Chemical Engineering Department as assistant professor.