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2015 to 2017 Research fellow, Monash University
2011 to 2015 Ph.D. degree of Materials Engineering and Science, Monash University
2009 to 2010 Master Degree of Materials Engineering and Science, Monash University
2003 to 2008 Bachelor Degree, Materials Engineering, Monash University, Bachelor Degree, Materials Science and Engineering, Wuhan University of Technology
2014 Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad
2011 Vice-Chancellor’s Commendation for Master Thesis Excellence, Monash (award one graduate in Engineering Faculty annually)
2008 Rio Tinto Scholarship, Rio Tinto Aluminium
Graphene and other 2D materials, flexible electronics, energy storage materials, thermal management materials and filtration membranes, hierarchical materials, ultralight cellular materials, soft functional materials.
Dr. Qiu has published >30 scientific articles, including Science (1), Nature Communications (2), Advanced Materials (7), ACS Nano （1）Angewandte Chemie International Edition (1), Energy and Environmental Science (1), Advanced Functional Materials (3) etc.. These publications have received over 3800 citations.
Google scholar link: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=4a8jOx8AAAAJ&hl=en
Selected Journal papers
1.Ling Qiu, Zijun He, Dan Li, Multifunctional cellular materials based on 2D nanomaterials: prospects and challenges, Advanced Materials, 30, 1704850, (2018)
2.Ling Qiu, Dan Li, Hui-Ming Cheng, Structural Control of Graphene-Based Materials for Unprecedented Performance, ACS Nano, DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.8b03792, (2018).
3.Ling Qiu, Bing Huang, Zijun He, Yuanyuan Wang, Zhiming Tian, Jefferson Zhe Liu, Kun Wang, Jingchao Song, Thomas R Gengenbach, Dan Li, Extremely low density and super-compressible graphene cellular materials, Advanced Materials, 29, 1701553, (2017)
4.Ling Qiu, M Bulut Coskun, Yue Tang, Jefferson Z Liu, Tuncay Alan, Jie Ding, Van‐Tan Truong, Dan Li, Ultra-fast dynamic piezoresistive response of graphene-based cellular elastomers, Advanced Materials, 28, 194-200, (2016). (Highly cited paper)
This work highlighted in Monash News, Phys.org and other public media.
5.Ling Qiu, Diyan Liu, Yufei Wang, Chi Cheng, Kun Zhou, Jie Ding, Van‐Tan Truong, Dan Li, Mechanically robust, electrically conductive and stimuli-responsive binary network hydrogels enabled by superelastic graphene aerogels, Advanced Materials, 26, 3333-3337, (2014).
6.Ling Qiu, Jeffery Z Liu, Shery LY Chang, Yanzhe Wu, Dan Li, Biomimetic superelastic graphene-based cellular monoliths, Nature Communications 3, 1241, (2012). (Highly Cited Paper)
This work highlighted in Nature, ScienceDaily, Materials Views and other public media.
7.Xiaowei Yang*, Junwu Zhu*, Ling Qiu*, Dan Li, Bio-inspired effective prevention of restacking in multilayered graphene films: Towards the next generation of high-performance supercapacitors. Advanced Materials, 23, 2833-2838, (2011). (*equal contribution) (Highly Cited Paper)
This work highlighted in Asia Materials (Nature Publishing Group), Monash News and other public media.
8.Ling Qiu, Xuehua Zhang, Wenrong Yang, Yufei Wang, George P Simon, Dan Li, Controllable corrugation of chemically converted graphene sheets in water and potential application for nanofiltration. Chemical Communications, 47, 5810-5812, (2011).
9.Ling Qiu, Xiaowei Yang, Xinglong Gou, Wenrong Yang, Zi‐Feng Ma, Gordon G Wallace, Dan Li, Dispersing Carbon Nanotubes with Graphene Oxide in Water and Synergistic Effects between Graphene Derivatives. Chemistry-a European Journal 16, 10653-10658, (2010). (Highly Cited Paper)
10.Xiaowei Yang, Chi Cheng, Yufei Wang, Ling Qiu, Dan Li, Liquid-mediated dense integration of graphene materials for compact capacitive energy storage, Science, 341, 534-537 (2013). (Highly Cited Paper)
11.Xiaorui Zheng, Baohua Jia, Han Lin, Ling Qiu, Dan Li, Min Gu, Highly efficient and ultra-broadband graphene oxide ultrathin lenses with three-dimensional subwavelength focusing, Nature Communications, 6, 8433, (2015)
1. Dan Li and Ling Qiu, Graphene-based materials, Patent number US 20150259212, 2015