Jianbang Ge - Postdoctoral Fellow
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B. E. University of Science and Technology Beijing, China (2012)
Ph.D., University of Science and Technology Beijing, China (2017)


Email: gejianbang1992@163.com

Jianbang got his Ph.D. in Metallurgical Engineering at University of Science and Technology Beijing, China under the supervision of Prof. Shuqiang Jiao. His research focused on the capture and electrochemical conversion of CO2 in LiCl-based molten salts, inert anodes applied in various molten salts, and electrochemical preparation of different metals and alloys. In the Bard group, his research will mainly focus on the production of silicon film in molten salts for photovoltaic applications.


Publications and Presentations:

  • Jianbang Ge., Shuai Wang, Liwen Hu, Jun Zhu, Shuqiang Jiao. Electrochemical deposition of carbon in LiCl-NaCl-Na2CO3 melts. Carbon, 2016, 98, 649.
  • Jianbang Ge., Liwen Hu, Yang Song and Shuqiang Jiao. An investigation into the carbon nucleation and growth on a nickel substrate in LiCl-Li2CO3 melts. Faraday Discussions, 2016, 190, 259.
  • Jianbang Ge., Junxiang Wang, Jin Cheng, and Shuqiang Jiao. Electrochemical conversion of CO2 in molten CaCl2-LiCl-CaO utilizing a low-cost (1-x)CaTiO3-xNi inert anode. Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 2016, 163(8), E230.
  • Jianbang Ge., Long Zhang, Jianhong Lu, Jun Zhu, and Shuqiang Jiao. Solubility of oxide ion in molten chloride and carbonate containing Li, Na, K and/or Ca added with Li2O or CaO. Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 2016, 163(10), E300.
  • Jianbang Ge., Feng Zhang, Handong Jiao, and Shuqiang Jiao. Metallic nickel preparation by electro-deoxidation in molten sodium hydroxide. Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 2015, 162(9), E185..
  • Jianbang Ge., Shuai Wang, Feng Zhang, Long Zhang, Handong Jiao, Hongmin Zhu, Shuqiang Jiao. Electrochemical preparation of carbon films with a Mo2C interlayer in LiCl-NaCl-Na2CO3 melts. Applied Surface Science, 2015, 347, 401.
  • Jianbang Ge., Liwen Hu, Wei Wang, Handong Jiao, and Shuqiang Jiao. Electrochemical conversion of CO2 into negative electrode materials for Li-ion batteries. ChemElectroChem, 2015, 2, 224.


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