Welcome to NTU Chemistry Department

Peng, Shie-Ming
Peng, Shie-Ming

Professor
Inorganic Chemistry

Room A522, Chemistry Building

Tel: +886-2-3366-1655
Fax: +886-2-8369-3765
smpeng@ntu.edu.tw


Research Interests

  • Inorganic Chemistry
  • Crystallography
  • Nano-Material Science

Honors and Awards

  • Humboldt Fellow, 1983.
  • Outstanding Young Alumni, NTU, 1985.
  • Outstanding Research Award, NSC, 1986, 1988, 1990, 1993.
  • Academic Award, Sun-Yat Sen Foundation, 1991.
  • Academic Award, Chinese Chemical Society (Taipei), 1992.
  • Distinguished Researcher, NSC, 1995, 1998.
  • Academic Award, Ho Foundation, 1996.
  • Science Award, Ministry of Education, 1996.
  • Chair Professor, Ministry of Education, 1997-2000.
  • Academician, Member of Academia Sinica, 1998.
  • Academic Award, Chang Foundation, 2000.
  • Present, 2001-2002, Chinese Chemical Society.
  • TWAS Prize, the Third World Academy of Sciences, 2002.
  • Member of TWAS, 2004.
  • Outstanding Achievement Award, Phi Tau Phi Taiwan Chapter, 2005.
  • Y.Z. Hsu Scientific Chair Professor, 2005.
  • Chair Professor, NTU, 2006-2009; 2009-2012.
  • Taiwan-French Science Prize, 2008.
  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, 2009.
  • International Award, Japan Society of Coordination Chemistry, 2011.
  • Foundation Lectureship Award, FACS, 2011.
  • Presidential Science Prize, 2013.

Career

  • B.S., 1970, National Taiwan University.
  • Ph.D., 1975, University of Chicago.
  • Postdoctoral Research Associate, 1975-1976, Northwestern University.
  • Associate Professor, 1976-1980; Professor, 1980-present; Chair, 1987-1990, Department of Chemistry; Vice President, 1999-2002, National Taiwan University.
  • Research Fellow, 1982-present, Acting Director, 1985-1987, Institute of Chemistry.
  • Vice President, 2011-2014 Academia Sinica.
  • Humboldt Fellow, 1983-1984, Max-Planck Institute of Solid State Research.
  • Visiting Professor, 1991, Institute of Molecular Science, Japan National Laboratory; 2000, Universite Louis Pasteur; 2003, Zaragoza University, Spain; 2004, Chuo University, Japan; 2008, Institute of Molecular Science, Japan National Laboratory; 2009, Universite de Strasbourg, France.
  • President, 2001-2002, Chemical Society Located in Taipei.
  • Director, 2006, Chemistry Research Promoting Center, National Science Council.

Research Pictures

Peng, Shie-Ming

Selected Publication

  1. Ismayilov, R.-H.; Wang, W.-Z.; Lee, G.-H.; Yeh, C.-Y.; Hua, S.-A.; Song, Y.; Rohmer, M.-M.; Bénard, M.*; Peng, S.-M.* “Two Linear Undecanickel Mixed-Valence Complexes: Increasing the Size and the Scope of the Electronic Properties of Nickel Metal Strings.” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2011, 50, 2045–2048. (Back Cover)
  2. Hua, S.-A.; Liu, I. P.-C.; Hasanov, H.; Huang, G.-C.; Ismayilov, R. H.; Chiu, C.-L.; Yeh, C.-Y.; Lee, G.-H.; Peng, S.-M.* “Probing the Electronic Communication of Linear Heptanickel and Nonanickel String Complexes by Utilizing Two Redox-Active [Ni2(napy)4]3+ Moieties” Dalton Trans. 2010, 3890–3896. (Cover Picture)
  3. Hua, S.-A.; Huang, G.-C.; Liu, I. P.-C.; Kuo, J.-H.; Jiang, C.-H.; Chiu, C.-L.; Yeh, C.-Y.; Lee, G.-H.; Peng, S.-M.* “Manipulation of Electronic Structure Via Supporting Ligands: a Charge Disproportionate Model within the Linear Metal Framework of Asymmetric Nickel String [Ni7(phdptrany)4Cl] (PF6)” Chem. Commun. 2010, 46, 5018–5020.
  4. Shih, K.-N.; Huang, M.-J.; Lu, H.-C.; Fu, M.-D.; Kuo, C.-K.; Huang, G.-C.; Lee, G.-H.; Chen, C.-H.; Peng, S.-M.* “On the Tuning of Electric Conductance of Extended Metal Atom Chains Via Axial Ligands for [Ru3(m3-dpa)4(X)2]0/+ (X = NCS-, CN-)” Chem. Commun. 2010, 1338–1340.

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