Professor Shiquan Liu from School of Materials Science and Engineering


Prof. Dr. Shiquan Liu

School of Materials Science and Engineering,   University of Jinan

Jinan 250022, Shandong,  PRChina


Tel & Fax: +86-0531-82769106  MP: +86-15953169792



l  Education

Ph.D. of Science, Materials science, June,2003

Shandong University, Jinan, Shandong, China

  Master of Science, Silicate Engineering, July, 1994

    Northwest Institute of Light Industry, Xianyang, Shanxi, China

  Bachelor of Science, Silicate Engineering, July, 1991          

    Northwest Institute of Light Industry, Xianyang, Shanxi, China

Advanced English Course Training (March---July, 1999)

Beijing Language and Culture University, Beijing, China


l  Employment records


1.      May ---- October2013, Queen Mary, University of London, Visiting Scholar

2.      January, 2008----                                    Full Professor

School of Materials Science and Engineering University of Jinan

3. March, 2005----February, 2007                           Postdoctor

Laboratory of Adsorption and Catalysis, Department of Chemistry, University of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium

4. November, 2002 ----December, 2007                 Associate Professor

School of Materials Science and Engineering University of Jinan

5. November 2001---September 2002                     Visiting Scholar

Department of Chemistry, University of Antwerp, Antwerp,Belgium

6. July, 1997---- November, 2002                            Lecturer

  School of Materials Science and Engineering,University of Jinan

7. July, 1994----January, 1997                         Assistant Professor

   Northwest Institute of Light Industry, Xianyang, Shanxi,China

l  Research  Interests

Glass and ceramics

Inorganic porous materials

Utilization of solid wastes in building materials



l  Course Teaching  

    Introduction to Materials Bilingual teaching course


    Technology of inorganic non-metallic materials



l  Research Publications and Grants


Article Publication  (2010----)

1.       R. Yang, Y. Wang, Y. Chen, X. Hao, J.Zhan, S. Liu*. Glass formation region in lithium iron phosphate   ternary system and properties of the obtained glasses. Ceramic Silicaty 54 (2010) 352-356.                                           

2.       Q. Qiu, J. Zhan, S. Liu. Size determination of ultramicropores and small mesopores using a calculation procedure based on the Tangents of comparison plot. Journal of Wuhan University of Technology-Materials Science Edition. 25 (2010) 391-394.                                                                               

3.       S. Liu, M. Wei, J. Rao, H. Wang, H. Zhao, A controlled formation of cage-like nanoporous hollow silica microspheres. Materials Letters 65 (2011) 2083–2085.                                   

4.       M. Wei, C.J.Van Oers, X. Hao, Q. Qiu, P. Cool, S. Liu,  Influence of silica forming media on the synthesis of hollow silica microspheres. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 138 (2011) 17–21.                                                     

5.       R. Yang, Y. Wang, X. Hao, J. Zhan, S. Liu*, Influence of alkali and alkali-earth metal oxide substitutions on the properties of lithium-iron-phosphate glasses. Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids 357 (2011) 2192-2196.                                                      

6.       H. Zhao, Y. Xin, H. Wang, Z. Zhang, S. Liu*.A comparison of the formation of SiO2 particles under the catalysis of dodecylamine and ammonia solutions. Journal of Inorganic and Organometallic Polymer Materials  21 (2011) 925-928.                                         

7.       H. Wang, H. Zhao, S. Liu*. Preparation and thermal conductivity of nanofluids consisting of SiO2-organic composite nanorods. Journal of Inorganic and Organometallic Polymer Materials  21 (2011) 946-949.                                                                                                     

8.       S. Liu, M. Wei, C. Pool, C. Van Oers, J. Rao, Influence of surfactant concentration on the surface morphology of hollow silica microspheres and its explanation. Microscopy and Microanalysis  17 (2011) 766-771.  

9.       H. Liu, R. Yang, Y. Wang, S. Liu*. Crystallization behavior of lithium–iron-phosphate glasses with additions of ZrO2. Journal of Inorganic and Organometallic Polymer Materials 21 (2011) 950-953.                       

10.   Q. Qiu, Z. Diao, C. J. Oers, F. L. Kwong, P. Cool, S. Liu*. Influence of ammonia concentration on the formation of hollow silica microspheres via polystyrene beads templating. International Journal of Materials Research 2011 (2011) 1488-1492.       

11.   R. Yang, H. Liu, Y. Wang, W. Jiang, X. Hao, J. Zhan, S. Liu*. Structure and properties of ZnO-containing lithium-iron-phosphate glasses. Journal of alloys and compounds, 513 (2012) 97-100.

12.   H. Wang, P. Van Der Voort, H. Qu, S. Liu*, A simple room-temperature synthesis of mesoporous silica rods with tunable size and porosity, Journal of Nanoparticle Resarch, 2013, 3, article number 1501

13.   N. Li, Y. Tuo, H. Shen, S. Liu*, Vitrification of a wastewater flocculate from a petroleum catalyst manufacturer, Ceramics International, 2013,39,8667–8672.

14.   H. Liu, Y. Wang, T. Wang, R. Yang, S. Liu*, Enhanced surface crystallization of glass by adding traditional oxide nucleating agents, Ceramics International, 2014,40,453-457.

15.   T. Yang, S. Liu*, Li2O-Al2O3-SiO2 glass-ceramic coating on a porous silica ceramic substrate, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 2014, accepted



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Research Grants  


1.        National Key Scientific Instruments and Equipment Development Special Fund 2011YQ140145, 2011-2015

2.        National Science Foundation project, 2014-2017

3.        National Science Foundation project, 2010-2012

4.        State Key laboratory foundation project, 2010-211

5.        Scientific Research Foundation for Returned Overseas Chinese Scholars State Education Ministry, 2008-2011

6.        Promotive Research Fund for Excellent Young and Middle-aged Scientists of Shandong Province (2009CL014), 2010-2012 

7.        Solid wastes as raw materials for the preparation of glass beads, fibers, glass-ceramics, foamed glasses 2007-2010



Professional Services and Committee Memberships


Associate Editor of Advanced Materials Letters


Executive Editor of Journal of Chinese Advanced Materials Society