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                                 Professor Deng Jianping

                                 Office: Room 431, Science College Building

                                 Tel:   010-64435128



1998.09-2001.06 Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Ph. D.

1991.09-1994.06 Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Master

1987.09-1991.06 Jilin University, Bachelor


Research Experience

2004.10-Now,       Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Professor

2002.10-2004.09, Kyoto University,                                           Post-doctor

1994.08-2002.09, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Lecturer, Associate Professor


Awards and Honors:

New Century Excellent Talents in University (2006)


Research interests:

Ø  Chiral polymers

Ø  Helical polymers

Ø  Biobased polymers



Ø  Xiaofeng Luo, Jianping Deng, Wantai Yang, Helix-sense-selective Polymerization of Achiral Substituted Acetylenes in Chiral Micelles, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 50, 4909-4912 (2011)

Ø  Bo Chen, Jianping Deng, Wantai Yang, Hollow Organic@inorganic Chiral Nanoparticles Based on Optically Active Helical Polymer and Silica: Preparation and Their Application for Enantioselective Crystallization, Advanced Functional Materials, 21,2345-2350 (2011)

Ø  Weifei Li, Xuan Liu, Guangyue Qian, Jianping Deng, Immobilization of Optically Active Nanoparticles Consisting of Helical Substituted Polyacetylene on Graphene Oxide by Chemical Bonds, Chemistry of Materials, 26, 1948-1956 (2014)

Ø  Huajun Huang, Yunbin Yuan, Jianping Deng, Helix-sense-selective Precipitation Polymerization of Achiral Monomer for Preparing Optically Active Helical Polymer Particles. Macromolecules, 48, 3406-3413 (2015)

Ø  Junya Liang, Yi Wu, Xuesheng Deng, Jianping Deng, Optically Active Porous Materials Constructed by Chirally Helical Substituted Polyacetylene through a High Internal Phase Emulsion Approach and the Application in Enantioselective Crystallization, ACS Micro Letters, 4, 1179-1183 (2015)

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