About The Author

Dr. Chunyi Zhi obtained his Ph.D. in physics from Institute for Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2004, specializing in the topic of property investigation of BCN nanostructures under the supervision of Professor Enge Wang. Then he moved to National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) in Japan as a post-doctoral fellow, followed by an ICYS research fellow, researcher (faculty) and senior researcher (permanent). He began his academic appointment in the Department of Physics and Materials Science at the City University of Hong Kong in Dec-2012.

Dr. Chunyi Zhi’s research interests include wearable energy storage devices & sensors, BN/BCN nanostructures and polymer composites etc.

Dr. Chunyi Zhi has published more than 180 scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals, including Nature Commun., J. Am. Chem. Soc., Angew. Chem. In. Ed., ACS Nano, EES and Adv. Mater. etc. These publications generated an h-index of 51 and more than 9000 other-citations. Dr. Chunyi Zhi is editorial member of J. Nanomater.; Dataset Pap. Nanotechno.; Prog. Nanotechno. Nanomater.  and Open Access J. Sci. Technol..He is also invited reviewer for more than 30 academic journals, including Nature, Nature Commun.; Phys. Rev. lett.; Adv. Mater. ; Adv. Funct. Mater. ; Nano Lett.; ACS Nano; Angew. Chem. In. Ed.; J. Am. Chem. Soc. Etc.

Novel Nanotechnology For The Practical Application Of Aqueous Sodium Ion Capacitors

In the age of post-lithium-ion batteries featuring dilemmas including rising demands, a sharp decline in lithium reserves, and severe safety issues, aqueous energy storage systems (AESSs) demonstrate their advantages due to their low cost and excellent safety performance in nature. By replacing organic solvents adopted by common lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) with aqueous electrolytes, AESSs, such