Professor, Institute of Physics
Chinese Academy of Sciences
LI Hong is a professor in Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He has studied materials for lithium-ion batteries since 1993. His important contributions include nano-Si anode, solid lithium batteries, and failure analysis. His current interests are high energy density lithium batteries, solid batteries, failure mechanism, and fundamental solid state ionic problems.
LI has published over 383 papers in peer-reviewed journals, which have been citedover 27,000 times and the H-factor is 84. He is ranked as a highly cited scholar in 2018 and 2019. He holds 50 patentsand delivered over 60 talks at international academic conferences. LIis the regional editor of Solid State Ionics, Ionics, and Journal of Materiomics. He is the co-founder of three companies thatproduce Si anode materialssolid lithium batteries, and Na-ion batteries. LI is the co-founder of two research institutes: Tianmulake Institute of Energy Storage and Yantze River Physical Research Center.
LI was awarded as distinguished young scientist by the National Natural Science Foundation of China. He serves as the scientific committee member of Ministry of Science and Technology and Ministry of Industry and Information Technology in China. He is also a board member of the International Meeting of Lithium batteries and International Society of Solid State Ionics.