Dr. Wei-Jin Li

Joined the team in September 2016

Graduated at University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter, Chinese Academy of Sciences) under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Rong Cao in 2015.

PhD thesis at University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter, Chinese Academy of Sciences) in 2015 with Prof. Dr. Rong Cao.
Title: Preparation and properties of carboxylic-based metal-organic framework films.

Room No.: 4035
Phone: 089 289 54164
E-mail: wj.li[at]tum.de


Research topic: Electrochemical deposition of functional porous organic framework films

Porous organic frameworks have attracted much research interests due to their highly diversified structures, large range in pore sizes, and high surface areas, etc. However, in practice use, porous organic frameworks are urged to be deposited as films for separation properties, electronics, and sensing devices, etc. As to my work, I focus on facile electrochemical plating methods to prepare porous organic frameworks film for electronic devices, sensing devices and electrocatalysis, etc.


Selected Publications

W. Li, S. Watzele, H. A. El-Sayed, Y. Liang, G. Kieslich, A. S. Bandarenka, K. Rodewald, B. Rieger, R. A. Fischer, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2019, 141(14), 5926–5933 (Unprecedented High Oxygen Evolution Activity of Electrocatalysts Derived from Surface-Mounted Metal–Organic Frameworks).

W. J. Li, J. Liu, Z. H. Sun, T. F. Liu, J. Lü, S. Y. Gao, C. He, R. Cao, J. H. LuoNat. Commun., 2016, 7, 11830 (1-8)
(Integration of metal-organic frameworks into an electrochemical dielectric thin film for electronic applications).

W. J. Li, M. Tu, R. Cao, R. A. Fischer., Mater. Chem. A, 2016, 4, 12356
(Metal–organic framework thin films: electrochemical fabrication techniques and corresponding applications & perspectives).