XiangQun Zeng photo
125A Chemistry Building and E2437N Lafferre Hall

Ph.D. State University of New York at Buffalo

M.S. Beijing Normal University

B.S. Sichuan University


Learn more about Zeng's research.

Zeng lab is interested in the study of fundamental and applied interfacial phenomena, particularly the design and control of molecular characters and characterizations of the dynamic reactions at electrode interfaces. Current projects in Zeng lab are: (1) Understanding the interfacial composition, structure and properties of ionic liquids and conductive polymers for sensor, electrocatalysis and energy storage applications; (2) Applying principles from chemistry and biology for directed assembly or synthesis of thin films of conductive polymers, biological molecules (peptides, proteins and carbohydrates), cells and inorganics on electrode surfaces; (3) Developing miniaturized analysis platforms that combine high performance, miniaturized electrodes and instrumentation electronics with multi-transduction-mode sensor array devices for next generation detection technologies, i.e., in vitro, ex vivo, in vivo, in situ detection and quantification of molecules and species of chemical and biological significance with high sensitivity and specificity at high temporal and/or spatial resolution for a broad range of applications including health, environment and energy applications.   Here is a link for a recent news about Zeng lab representative projects: