Jin-Ming Wu received his B. S. (1994), M. S. (1996) and Ph. D. (1999) in Materials Science from ZhejiangUniversity. After two years’ postdoctoral training in the Biomedical Materials Lab of Okayama University, Japan, with Professor Akiyoshi Osaka, he was promoted to Associate Professor of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering of Zhejiang University in 2002. He worked as a Research Associate in HongKongUniversity with Dr. Min Wang in 2005 and as a Humboldt Research Fellow in Max-Planck Institute Colloids and Interfaces (Potsdam, Germany) with Professor Bernd M. Smarsly and Professor Markus Antonietti during 2006~2007. In 2010, he was promoted to Professor. Dr. Wu is the author or co-author of over 100 peer-reviewed scientific papers. His research interests include surface modifications of titanium alloys for biomedical applications, low-temperature fabrication and photocatalytic, photoelectrochemical characterizations of titania-based thin films.
Editorial Board Member, Heliyon
International Editorial Board Members of "Science of Advanced Materials"

Selected papers

1.    Wen, W., Wu, J. M.*, Jiang, Y. Z., Yu, S. L., Bai, J. Q., Cao, M. H., Cui, J. (2015)Anatase TiO2 ultrathin nanobelts derived from room-temperature-synthesized titanates for fast and safe lithium storageScientific Reports 5, 11804.
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2.         Li, B., Wu, J. M.*, Guo, T. T., Tang, M. Z., Wen, W. (2014): A facile solution route to deposit TiO2 nanowire arrays on arbitrary substrates, Nanoscale 6, 3046-50.
3.         Wen, W., Wu, J. M.*, Cao, M. H. (2013): Rapid one-step synthesis and electrochemical performance of NiO/Ni with tunable macroporous architectures, Nano Energy 2, 1383-90.
4.         Wen, W., Wu, J. M.* (2011): Eruption Combustion Synthesis of NiO/Ni Nanocomposites with Enhanced Properties for Dye-Absorption and Lithium Storage, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 3, 4112-19.
5.         Wu, J. M.*, Xue, H. X. (2009): Photocatalytic active titania nanowire arrays on Ti substrates, Journal of the American Ceramic Society 92, 2139-43.
6.         Song, X. M., Wu, J. M.*, Tang, M. Z., Qi, B., Yan, M. (2008): Enhanced photoelectrochemical response of a composite titania thin film with single-crystalline rutile nanorods embedded in anatase aggregates, Journal of Physical Chemistry C 112, 19484-92.
7.         Wu, J. M., Antonietti, M., Gross, S., Bauer, M., Smarsly, B. (2008): Ordered mesoporous thin films of rutile TiO2 nanocrystals mixed with amorphous Ta2O5. ChemPhysChem 9, 748-57.
8.         Wu, J. M.*, Qi, B. (2007): Low-temperature growth of a nitrogen-doped titania nanoflower film and its ability to assist photodegradation of rhodamine B in water. Journal of Physical Chemistry C 111, 666-673.
9.         Wu, J. M.*, Zhang, T. W., Zeng, Y. W., Satoshi, H., Tsuru, K. and Osaka, A. (2005): Large-scale preparation of ordered titania nanorods with enhanced photocatalytic activity. Langmuir 21, 6995-7002.
10.         Wu, J. M., Satoshi, H., Tsuru, K. and Osaka, A. (2004): Low-temperature preparation of anatase and rutile layers on titanium substrates and their ability to induce in vitro apatite deposition. Journal of the American Ceramic Society 87, 1635-1642.
11.         Wu, J. M.* and Li, Z. Z. (2000): Nanostructured composite obtained by mechanically driven reduction reaction of CuO and Al powder mixture. Journal of Alloys and Compounds 299, 9-16.



Research work

Surface modifications of titanium alloys for biomedical applications; Low-temperature fabrication and photocatalytic, photoelectrochemical characterizations of titania-based thin films