Dr. Chunyi Zhi obtained his Ph.D. in physics from Institute for Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, specializing in the topic of property investigation of BCN nanostructures under the supervision of Professor Enge Wang. After two years’ postdoc in National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) in Japan, he was promoted to be ICYS researcher, researcher (faculty) and senior researcher (permanent position) in NIMS. Dr. Zhi is currently a professor in MSE, CityU.
Dr. Zhi has extensive experiences in flexible energy storage, aqueous electrolyte batteries, zinc ion batteries and electrocatalysts. He has published more than 400 papers, including Nature Reveiw Mater.; Nature Commun.; Joule, Matter, Energy Environ. Sci.; Adv. Mater.; J. Am. Chem. Soc.; Angew Chem. In. Ed. etc, with an H-index of 93 and other-citation of ~28000 (ISI). He has been granted more than 80 patents. He serves as editor of Materials Research Letters, associate editor of Materials Futures and Editorial Board Member of "npj Flexible Electronics", “Rare Metals” and “Green Energy & Environment Science”.
Dr. Zhi is a recipient of the outstand research award for junior faculties and the President’s Award of City University of Hong Kong, NML award and Beijing Science and Technology Award (first class). He is also a Member of the Hong Kong Young Academy of Sciences, Fellow of and Clarivate Highly Cited Researcher (2019, 2020, Materials Science).