Jingsong Huang

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA

Jingsong Huang is a Research Scientist and R & D Associate in the Computer Science and Mathematics Division and the Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. His research interests are the theoretical studies of nanophase (in)organic functional materials with diverse optical/electrical/magnetic properties, organic metals without metal elements, structure-property correlations in conducting molecular materials, reaction mechanism, molecular magnetism, unusual chemical bonding, and supercapacitors for energy storage. With a background of an experimental chemist and the expertise of a theoretical chemist, his primary goal in research is to establish the bridge between experimental observations and theoretical rationalizations, which will hopefully lend supports for experimental optimization of material properties.

Biography Updated on 9 August 2011

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