Juefan Wang

Research Fellow

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Since October 2022, Juefan Wang is a research engineer at Dyson LTD.

In 2016, I completed my Bachelor of Physics from Soochow University, China. In 2020, I received my PhD in Physics from National University of Singapore under the supervision of Prof. Quek Su Ying. During my PhD, I mainly studied novel electronic, magnetic, transport and optical properties of two-dimensional materials by employing first-principles density functional theory and analytical modelling.

I am interested in understanding and predicting material properties by utilising computational methodologies. In my spare time, I love reading and playing badminton.


1. Exclusive Recognition of CO2 from Hydrocarbons by Aluminum Formate with Hydrogen-Confined Pore Cavities, J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 145, 11643 (2023).

2. Noncryogenic Air Separation Using Aluminum Formate Al(HCOO)3 (ALF), J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 145, 9850 (2023).

3. Aluminum formate, Al(HCOO)3: An earth-abundant, scalable, and highly selective material for CO2 capture, Sci. Adv., 8, eade1473 (2022).

4. The Resistive Nature of Decomposing Interfaces of Solid Electrolytes with Alkali Metal Electrodes, J. Mater. Chem. A, 10, 19732 (2022).

5. Searching Ternary Oxides and Chalcogenides as Positive Electrodes for Calcium Batteries, Chem. Mater., 33, 5809-5821 (2021).