Welcome to Qing Wang Group


About us...  

    Our research interest spans from the fundamental understanding of charge propagations in mesoscopic energy conversion and storage systems, to the development of new approaches for advanced electrochemical/photoelectrochemical energy conversion and storage. On the basis of redox targeting reactions of battery materials, we are currently working on a new battery technology redox flow X-batteries, for next generation large-scale energy storage. We have been collaborating with colleagues across the campus of NUS through NanoCore, and from other research institutions in Singapore. We also have close contact with research labs in China, Europe and the US. We welcome highly motivated students and researchers to pursue their academic career with us.


  1. Dr. Wang attended the ECS232 meeting held at National Harbor, MD, USA, and presented a keynote talk on “Redox Flow Lithium-oxygen Batteries”. (06.10.2017)

  2. Mingyue’s paper on “Nernstian Potential Driven Redox Targeting Reactions” which introduces a universal approach of mitigating the voltage loss of RFXB, was accepted for publication in CHEM. This work is a collaboration with Prof. Randriamahazaka and his team at Paris 7. (03.10.2017)

  3. Farewell lunch for Chuankun and Fan Li. All the best for your future endeavors! (28.09.2017)

  4. Our flow battery system was on show at the Inaugural sustainABLE NUS Showcase. The technology was highlighted by NUS President in the opening remarks. (29.08.2017)

  5. Wang Xun joined our group as a PhD student. Welcome! (07.08.2017)

  6. Fan Li passed PhD thesis defense entitled “STUDY ON REDOX TARGETING REACTIONS FOR SOLAR ENERGY CONVERSION AND STORAGE”. (03.07.2017)

  7. Yunguang received “Best Poster Award” at ICMAT-2017. (23.06.2017)

  8. Prof. Haoshen Zhao from AIST, Prof. Randriamahazaka and Dr. Ghilane from Paris 7 and CNRS visited our lab and presented their works on new battery technologies and ionic liquid electrochemistry. (19.06.2017)

  9. Our Redox Flow Battery technology exhibited at Innovfest 2017. (04.05.2017)

  10. Yunguang’s paper on a new bifunctional redox molecule for LiFePO4-based redox flow battery was accepted for publication in JACS. (25.04.2017)

  11. Yunguang received the “2016 Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-financed Students Abroad” at the Prize Giving Ceremony at the Chinese embassy in Singapore. (16.04.2017)


  1. :: Department of Materials Science & Engineering :: National University of Singapore :: Block E2, #05-27, 5 Engineering Drive 2, Singapore 117579 :: +65-6516 7118(DID) :: +65-6776 3604 (Fax) :: qing.wang@nus.edu.sg (E) :: www.mse.nus.edu.sg (W) 

  1. Last update on 12.10.2017