Hongnan Zhang
发布时间: 2015-03-11


NameHongnan Zhang






  • 2013 - Present. Lecture in Department of Textile, Donghua University, P.R. China
  • 2012 - 2013.Postdoc. inKing Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia.
  • 2008 - 2011.Ph.D. in Polymer chemistry and physics,

Alan G. MacDiarmid Institute, Jilin University, P.R. China

Dissertation: A Study on Fabrication and Functional Properties of Quasi-One-Dimensional


Advisor: Prof. Ce Wang

Co-advisor: Dr. Zhenyu Li

  • 2006 - 2008. M.A. in Polymer chemistry and physics, Advisor: Prof. Ce Wang
  • Alan G. MacDiarmid Institute, Jilin University, P.R. China
  • 2002 - 2006. B.S. in Chemistry

Department of Chemistry, Jilin University, P.R. China

Researching Field

    Fabrication of one-dimensional nanostructures for sensing materials, non-enzymatic detectors, photocatalyst, magnetic materials, piezoelectric and photodevices.

  1. 1D continuous pristine or composite metal oxide nanostructures (solidified/porous nanofibers, nanotubes) for sensing materials, non-enzymatic detectors andphotcatalyst.
  2. 1D hierarchical nanostructures: semiconductor nanorods standing on 1D polymeric, polymer/semiconductor, or semiconductor for super-stable FET, photodevices, piezoelectric, sensors, and catalyst.
  3. 1D core-shell p-n nanostructures: polymeric/polymeric, polymeric/semiconductor, and semiconductor/semiconductor composite naomaterials for photodevice, FET.
  4. 1D continuous nanostructures for nanodevices such as photodetectors, solar cells, piezoelectric actuators and FETs.

Awards  Honor

  1. 2014 Shanghai “Yangfan” Project.

  2. 2014First Prize of ScienceandTechnologyAwards from China National Textile And Apparel Council (CNTAC)

Researching Project within five years

  1. The preparation of hierarchical structured carbon nanocomposite with sensing properties. (Shanghai Yangfan Project). Director.
  2. The preparation of nanosensors based on hierarchical structured carbon nanocomposite. (Foundation from Donghua University). Director.
  3. Controlling the structure and properties and fabricating devices based on the quasi one-dimensional semiconductor nanomaterials (Subitem of National 973 Project No. 2007CB936203). First participant (except the director of the subitem).
  4. Development of high-performance hydrogen sensors with photocatalysis self-cleaning capability via electrospinning(NSFC No.51003036). First participant (except the director of the project).
  5. (Conducting polymer-based) polymer film with high dielectric and tunable dielectric behavior under high voltage electrostatic field (NSFC No.50973038). Second participant (except the director of the project).
  6. The preparation of next generation of polymeric nano-electret (National 863 Project No. 2007AA03Z324). Main participant.

Papers & Patents within five years


  1. Highly Sensitive and Stable Humidity Nanosensors Based on LiCl Doped TiO2ElectrospunNanofibers.Zhenyu Li, Hongnan Zhang, Wei Zheng, Wei Wang,Huimin Huang, Ce Wang,*Alan G. MacDiarmid,Yen WeiJ. Am. Chem. Soc. 2008, 13020085036–5037.
  2. Mg2+/Na+-doped rutile TiO2nanofiber mats for high-speed and anti-fogged humidity sensors. Hongnan Zhang, Zhenyu Li, Li Liu, Ce Wang,*Yen Wei,*Alan G. MacDiarmidTalanta79 (2009) 953–958.
  3. Na+-Doped Zinc Oxide Nanofiber Membrane for High Speed Humidity Sensor. Hongnan Zhang, Zhenyu Li, Wei Wang, Ce Wang,* Li Liu Journal of the American Ceramic Society93 (2010) 142–146.
  4. Enhancement of hydrogen monitoring properties based on Pd-SnO2 composite nanofibers. Hongnan Zhang, Zhenyu Li, Li Liu, XiuruXu, Zhaojie Wang, Wei Wang, Wei Zheng, Bo Dong, Ce Wang*Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical147 (2010) 111–115.
  5. Wei Wang, Xiaofeng Lu, Zhenyu Li*, Junyu Lei, Xincai Liu, Zhaojie Wang, Hongnan Zhang, Ce Wang, One-dimensional polyelectrolyte/polymeric semiconductor core/shell: sulfonatedpoly(arylene ether ketone)/polyanilinenanofibers for organic field-effect transistors. Advanced Materials23 (2011) 5109-5112.
  6. Wei Wang, Zhengyu Li*, XiuruXu, Bo Dong, Hongnan Zhang, Zhaojie Wang, Ce Wang*, Ray H. Baughman, Shaoli Fang, Au-doped polyacrylonitrile-polyaniline core-shell electrospunnanofibers having high field-effect mobilities. Small7 (2011) 597-600.
  7. Improved photocatalytic activity of mesoporous ZnO-SnO2 coupled nanofibers. Zhaojie Wang, Zhenyu Li, Hongnan Zhang, Ce Wang*Catalysis Communications11 (2009) 257–260.
  8. Facile Preparation of Ultrafine Polyimide Nanofibers Containing Silver Nanoparticles. Nantao Hu, Guodong Dang, Hongnan Zhang, Ying Du, Ce Wang, Hongwei Zhou, XianhuiMeng, Chunhai Chen Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology9 (2009) 6688–6692.
  9. Electrospinning route for α-Fe2O3 ceramic nanofibers and their gas sensing properties.Wei Zheng, Zhenyu Li, Hongnan Zhang, Wei Wang, Yu Wang, Ce Wang* Materials Research Bulletin44 (2009) 1432–1436.
  10. Improved Hydrogen Monitoring Properties Based on p-NiO/n-SnO2 Heterojunction Composite Nanofibers. Zhaojie Wang, Zhenyu Li, Jinghui Sun, Hongnan Zhang, Wei Wang, Wei Zheng, Ce Wang*Journal of Physical Chemistry C 114 (2010) 6100-6105.
  11. Bo Dong, Xiaofeng Lu, Zhenyu Li*, Hongnan Zhang, Zongxin Wang, Ce Wang*, Zongwen Liu, Effect of the thickness of PAN/Au modified electrode on biosensor sensitivity. Functional Materials Letters 5 (2012) 1250035.
  12. XiuruXu, Jinghui Sun, Hongnan Zhang, Zhaojie Wang, Bo Dong, Tingting Jiang, Wei Wang, Zhenyu Li*, Ce Wang, Effect of Al doping on SnO2nanofibers in hydrogen sensor. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical160 (2011) 858-863.
  13. Fan Yang, Wei Zheng, Huimin Huang, Zhenyu Li, Hongnan Zhang, Wei Wang, Ce Wang*, Decoration of ElectrospunNanofibers with Magnetic Nanoparticles via Electrospinning and Sol-gel Process. Chemical Research in Chinese Universities26 (2010) 847-850.
  14. A Novel Alcohol Detector Based on ZrO2-Doped SnO2ElectrospunNanofibers. Zhaojie Wang, Zhenyu Li, Li Liu, XiuruXu, Hongnan Zhang, Wei Wang, Wei Zheng, Ce Wang*Journal of the American Ceramic Society93 (2010) 634–637.
  15. A rapidly responding sensor for methanol based on electrospun In2O3 SnO2 nanofibers. Wei Zheng,Xiaofeng Lu, Wei Wang, Bo Dong, Hongnan Zhang, Zhaojie Wang, XiuruXu, Ce Wang* Journal of the American Ceramic Society93 (2010) 15–17.
  16. A highly sensitive and fast-responding sensor based on electrospun In2O3nanofibers. Wei Zheng, Xiaofeng Lu, Wei Wang, Zhenyu Li, Hongnan Zhang, Yu Wang, Zhaojie Wang, Ce Wang*Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical142 (2009) 61–65.
  17. Assembly of Pt nanoparticles on electrospun In2O3nanofibers for H2S detection. Wei Zheng, Xiaofeng Lu, Wei Wang, Zhenyu Li, Hongnan Zhang, Zhaojie Wang, XiuruXu, Shangyu Li, Ce Wang* Journal of Colloid and Interface Science338 (2009) 366–370.
  18. Humidity sensor based on LiCl-doped ZnOelectrospunnanofibersWeiWang, Zhenyu Li, Li Liu, Hongnan Zhang,WeiZheng, YuWang, Huimin Huang, ZhaojieWang, CeWang* Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical141 (2009) 404–409.
  19. Electrospun palladium(IV)-doped copper oxide composite nanofibers for non-enzymatic glucose sensors. Wei Wang, Zhenyu Li, Wei Zheng, Jie Yang, Hongnan Zhang, Ce Wang*Electrochemistry Communications11 (2009) 1811–1814.
  20. Zinc Oxide Nanofiber Gas Sensors Via ElectrospinningWei Wang, Huimin Huang, ZhenyuLi, Hongnan Zhang, Yu Wang, Wei Zheng, Ce Wang*Journal of the American Ceramic Society91(2008) 3817–3819.
  21. A simple and effectiveroute for one dimensional Ag-TCNQ metal organic microstructure. Wei Zheng,Zhenyu Li, Fan Yang, Xiaofeng Song, Hongnan Zhang, Yongben Liu, Ce Wang* Materials Letters62 (2008) 1448–1450.
  22. Plasmonic gold nanocrystals coupled with photonic crystal seamlessly on TiO2 nanotube photoelectrodes for efficient visible light photoelectrochemical water splitting. Zhonghai Zhang, Mohamed NejibHedhili, Lianbin Zhang, Hongnan Zhang, Peng Wang*Nano Letters13 (2013) 14-20.
  23. Carbon-layer-protected cuprous oxide nanowire arrays for efficient water reduction. Zhonghai Zhang, RubalDua, Lianbin Zhang, Haibo Zhu, Hongnan Zhang, Peng Wang*ACS Nano7 (2013) 1709-1717.
  24. Three-dimensional assemblies of graphene prepared by a novel chemical reduction-induced self-assembly method. Lianbin Zhang, Guoying Chen, Mohamed NejibHedhili, Hongnan Zhang, Peng Wang*Nanoscale4 (2012) 7038-7045.
  25. One-dimensional isomeric and hierarchical TiO2 nanostructures: novel air stable semiconducting building blocks. Zhaojie Wang, Zhenyu Li, XiuruXu, Tingting Jiang, Hongnan Zhang, Wei Wang, Ce WangJournal of Materials Chemistry C1 (2013) 213-215.


  1. Ce Wang; Hongnan Zhang; Zhenyu Li; Wei Zheng; Wei Wang; Changkun Liu; Bing Zhou, Nanofibers and methods of making same and using same in humidity sensors.United States Patents. 8,225,641; Issued: Jul. 24, 2012.
  2. Ce Wang; Hongnan Zhang; Zhenyu Li; Wei Zheng; Wei Wang, Fabrication of fast-responding ceramic nanofibers based humidity sensors by electrospinning. Chinese National Invention Patent.ZL 2007 1 0056363.7; issued May 19, 2010.
  3. Ce Wang; Wei Zheng; Wei Wang;Xiaofeng Song; Hongnan Zhang; Zhenyu Li; High performances gas sensor based on ceramic materials via electrospinning.Chinese National Invention Patent.ZL 2008 1 0050660.5; issued Nov. 9, 2010.
  4. Ce Wang; Wei Wang;Zhenyu Li; Bo Dong; Hongnan Zhang;Mingxin Song; Zhaojie Wang; A method for polymer transistors with super-high mobility.Chinese National Invention Patent.Appl. No.:201010197162.0Filed: Jun. 11, 2010.
  5. Ce Wang; XiuruXu; Xiang Li; Hongnan Zhang;Zhaojie Wang; Bo Dong; Chengcheng Zhang; Preparation of ultrafine polypropylene fibers via electrospinning at room temperature.Chinese National Invention Patent.Appl. No.:201010505164.1Filed: Oct. 13, 2010.
  6. Ce Wang; Zhaojie Wang; Zhenyu Li, Hongnan Zhang; Wei Wang, XiuruXu; Tingting Jiang; A method for preparation electron devices based on hierarchical nanomaterials. Chinese National Invention Patent. Appl. No.: 201110118975.0Filed: May. 10, 2011.