主題：Combined computational chemistry and materials simulations for energy-related systems
Professor Huilong Dong received his PhD degree in material science and engineering from Soochow University in 2016. He is now a professor in Changshu Institute of Technology. Prof. Dong has coauthored over 50 articles in the field of and materials simulation & design, computational chemistry and surface catalysis. Currently, his research area mainly locates at energy and environment related surface adsorption and catalysis with novel nanomaterials through computational approach. The total Google Citation is 1344 with a H-index of 21.
Computational chemistry aims at structural design of functional molecules and the microscopic mechanism during chemical reaction, while material simulation and design aims at designing novel functional materials and exploring their potential applications by computational approaches. Here, based on my past research experience, I will give the talk on energy-related systems by combining computational chemistry and materials simulations, including surface catalysis, energy storage, gas sensing and gas separation achieved by low-dimensional functional nanomaterials.