林立強 副教授 / Li-Chiang Lin Associate Professor

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林立強 副教授
Li-Chiang Lin
電話:(02)3366-7211
傳真:(02)2362-1748
電子郵件:lclin@ntu.edu.tw
辦公室:化工一館208B
研究室資料

電算材料開發實驗室

化工一館229
(02)3366-3046
  • 學經歷

國立臺灣大學 化工學士 2006
國立台灣大學 化工碩士 2007
美國加州大學柏克萊分校 化工博士 2014
美國麻省理工學院 博士後研究員 2014
荷蘭台夫特理工大學 助理教授 2015
美國麻省理工學院 研究科學家 2016
美國俄亥俄州立大學 助理教授 2016-2021

  • 研究主題

本團隊的研究領域著重於奈米孔洞材料在能源與環境上的應用。近年來,全球暖化與水資源短缺已成為當代最嚴重的問題,因此開發新的技術以減少碳排放與發展水源替代方案已成為當今人類社會的重要課題。新穎的奈米孔洞材料例如金屬有機骨架(metal-organic frameworks, MOFs)和沸石(zeolites)有高度潛力可以幫助解決目前困難,這類型材料可以提供選擇性吸附與滲透和高表面積等性質,因此可以作為吸附或薄膜材料於分離或儲存應用(如二氧化碳捕捉,鹽水淡化,生質醇分離等)與催化材料。此外,這類型結構有高度的可調性,目前已經有超過一萬個MOF結構被合成並報導於文獻中,然而此材料仍存在數十倍或數百倍以上的可能結構,因此找尋最佳孔洞材料為極具挑戰但非常重要的研究題目。

本研究團隊利用理論計算來協助尋找最佳孔洞材料,希望藉由結合大規模分子模擬計算、結構分析、量子力學與人工智能快速並準確的篩選大量奈米孔洞材料於分離、儲存與催化應用上的效能,其結果並能取得對孔洞材料分子尺度等級上的瞭解。

  • 最新研究
  • 榮譽獎項
  1. I&EC Research 2021 Class of Influential Researchers – The Americas (2021)
  2. World’s Top 2% of Scientists List, Elsevier (2021)
  3. AIChE (American Institute of Chemical Engineers) Futures (2021)
  4. Yushan Young Scholar Award, Ministry of Education, Taiwan (2021)
  5. Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching, The Ohio State University, USA(The highest teaching honor at OSU, 2021)
  6. Early Career Editorial Board, Separation and Purification Technology (Elsevier, 2021 – present)
  7. World’s Top 2% of Scientists List, Elsevier (2020)
  8. Charles E. MacQuigg Award for Outstanding Teaching, College of Engineering, The Ohio State University, USA (2020)
  9. Lumley Research Award, College of Engineering, The Ohio State University, USA (2020)
  10. Scialog Fellow for Negative Emissions Science (2020)
  11. Inaugural Holder of the Umit S. Ozkan Professorship, The Ohio State University, USA (2019-2021)
  12. Excellence in Publications Award (triennial), International Adsorption Society (IAS) (2019)
  13. DOW Excellence in Teaching Award, University of California – Berkeley, USA
  14. Chevron Fellowship, USA (2012)
  15. Graduate Student Research Award, AIChE Separation Division, USA (2012)
  16. 教育部留學獎學金, 台灣 (2012)
  17. Power Top-off Award, University of California–Berkeley, USA (2010)
  1. Cho, E.H.; Lin, L.-C.* Nanoporous Material Recognition via 3D Convolutional Neural Networks: Prediction of Adsorption Properties, J. Phys. Chem. Lett., 12 (9), 2279-2285, 2021.
  2. Datar, A.; Witman, M.; Lin, L.-C.* Improving Computational Assessment of Porous Materials for Water Adsorption Applications via Flat Histogram Methods, J. Phys. Chem. C, 125 (7), 4253-4266, 2021.
  3. Chiou, D.-S.; Yu, H. J.; Hung, T.-H.; Lyu, Q.; Chang, C.-K.; Lee, J. S.*; Lin, L.-C.*; Kang, D.-Y.* Highly CO2 Selective Metal-Organic Framework Membranes with Favorable Coulombic Effect, Adv. Funct. Mater., 31 (4), 2006924, 2021.
  4. Datar, A.; Chung, Y. G.*; Lin, L.-C.* Beyond the BET Analysis: the Surface Area Prediction of Nanoporous Materials Using a Machine Learning Method, J. Phys. Chem. Lett., 11 (14), 5412–5417, 2020.
  5. Lyu, Q.; Kang, D.-Y.; Hu, S.; Lin, L.-C.* Exploiting interior surface functionalization in reverse osmosis desalination membranes to mitigate permeability−selectivity trade-off: molecular simulations of nanotube-based membranes, Desalination, 491, 114537, 2020.
  6. Su, C.-Y.; Lyu, Q.; Kang, D.-Y.*; Yang, Z.-H.; Lam, C. H.; Chen, Y.-H.; Lo, S.-C.; Hua, C.-C.*; Lin, L.-C.* Hexagonal superalignment of nano-objects with tunable separation in a dilute and spacer-free solution, Phys. Rev. Lett., 123, 238002, 2019.
  7. Cho, E. H.; Lin, L.-C.* Electrostatic Potential Optimized Molecular Models for Molecular Simulations: CO, CO2, COS, H2S, N2, N2O, and SO2, J. Chem. Theory Comput., 15 (11), 6323-6332, 2019.
  8. Kan, M.-Y.; Shin, J. H.; Yang, C.-T.; Chang, C.-K.; Lee, L.-W.; Chen, B.-H.; Lu, K.-L.; Lee, J. S.*; Lin, L.-C.*; Kang, D.-Y.* Activation-Controlled Structure Deformation of Pillared-Bilayer Metal-Organic Framework Membranes for Gas Separations, Chem. Mater., 31 (18), 7666-7677, 2019.
  9. Yu, Y.; Chien, S.-C.; Sun, J.; Hettiaratchy, E.; Myers, R. Lin, L.-C.*; Wu, Y.* Excimer-Mediated Intermolecular Charge Transfer in Self-Assembled Donor-Acceptor Dyes on Metal Oxides, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 141 (22), 8727-8731, 2019.
  10. Zou, C.; Lin, L.-C.* Exploring the Potential and Design of Zeolite Nanosheets as Pervaporation Membranes for Ethanol Extraction, Chem. Commun., 54, 13200-13203, 2018.
  11. Cho, E.H.; Lin, L.-C.* Systematic molecular model development with reliable charge distributions for gaseous adsorption in nanoporous materials, J. Mater. Chem. A, 6, 16029-16042, 2018.
  12. Lyu, Q.; Sun, S.; Li, C.; Hu, S.; Lin, L.-C.* Rational Design of Two-diemnsional Hydrocarbon Polymer as Ultrathin-film Nanoporous Membranes for Water Desalination, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 10, 18778–18786, 2018.
  13. Yang, C.-T.; Janda, A.; Bell, A.T.* & Lin, L.-C.* Atomistic Investigations of the Effects of Si/Al Ratio and Al Distribution on the Adsorption Selectivity of n-Alkanes in Brønsted-Acid Zeolites, J. Phys. Chem. C, 122, 9397-9410, 2018.
  14. Jamali, S.H.; Vlugt, T.J.H & Lin, L.-C.* Atomistic Understandingㄊ of Zeolite Nanosheets for Water Desalination, J. Phys. Chem. C 121, 11273-11280, 2017.
  15. (*Contributed equally) *Cohen-Tanugi, D.; *Lin, L.-C. & Grossman, J.C. Multilayer Nanoporous Graphene Membranes for Water Desalination, Nano Lett. 16, 1027-1033, 2016.
  16. Lin, L.-C. & Grossman, J.C. Atomistic Understandings of Reduced Graphene Oxide as an Ultrathin-Film Nanoporous Membrane for Separations, Nature Communications 6, 8335, 2015.
  17. Lin, L.-C.; Lee, K, Gagliardi; L., Neaton, J.B. & Smit, B. Force Field Development from Electronic Structure Calculations with Periodic Boundary Conditions: Applications to Gaseous Adsorption and Transport in Metal-Organic Frameworks, J. Chem. Theory Comput. 10, 1477-1488, 2014.
  18. Lin, L.-C.; Kim, J.; Kong, X.; Scott, E.; McDonald, T.M.; Long, J.R.; Reimer, J.A. & Smit, B. Understanding CO2 Dynamics in Metal-Organic Frameworks with Open Metal Sites, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 52, 4410-4413, 2013, ***Selected as the inside cover of the issue
  19. Lin, L.-C.; Berger, A.H.; Martin, R.L.; Kim, J.; Swisher, J.A.; Jariwala, K.; Rycroft, C.H.; Bhown, A.S.; Deem, M.W.; Haranczyk, M. & Smit, B. In Silico Screening of Carbon-Capture Materials, Nature Materials 11, 633-641, 2012.
  20. (*Contributed equally) *Dzubak, A.L.; *Lin, L.C.; Kim, J.; Swisher, J.A.; Poloni, R.; Maximoff, S.N.; Smit, B. & Gagliardi, L. Ab Initio Carbon Capture in Open-site Metal-Organic Frameworks, Nature Chemistry 4, 810-816, 2012.