Peng, Shie-Ming
Professor Emeritus, Distinguished Chair Professor for Research
Inorganic Chemistry
  • Inorganic Chemistry; Crystallography; Nano Science.
  • Structure and Bonding of Transition Metal Complexes; Metal-Metal Bonds; Molecular Metal Wires; Molecular Electronics

National Taiwan University, B.S.,1970; The University of Chicago, Ph.D., 1975; Northwestern University, Post doctor, 1975-1976; National Taiwan University, Associate Professor, 1976-1980; National Taiwan University, Professor, 1980-Now; Max-Planck Institute of Solid State Research, Humboldt Fellow, 1983-1984; Institute of Chemistry, Academia Sinica, Acting Director, 1985-1987; Department of Chemistry, National Taiwan University, Chairman, 1987-1990; Institute of Molecular Science, Japan National Laboratory, Visiting Scholar, 1991; National Taiwan University, Vice President, 1999-2002; Universite Louis Pasteur(France), Visiting Professor, 2000; Chemical Society Located in Taipei, President, 2001-2002; University of Zaragoza (Spain), Visiting Professor, 2003; Chuo University(Japan), Visiting Professor, 2004; Institute of Molecular Science(Japan), Visiting Professor, 2008; Universite de Strasbourg (ULP)(France), Visiting Professor, 2009; Academia Sinica, Vice President, 2011-2014; Universitaet Muenster(Germany), Visiting Professor, 2012; Tsukuba University(Japan), Visiting Professor, 2016.

  • Humboldt Fellow, Germany (1983).
  • Outstanding Young Alumni, National Taiwan University (1985)
  • National Science Council, Outstanding Research Award (1986; 1988; 1990; 1993)
  • National Science Council, Distinguished Researcher (1995; 1998).
  • Sun-Yat Sen Foundation, Academic Award (1991).
  • Chinese Chemical Society (Taipei), Academic Award (1992).
  • Ho Foundation, Academic Award (1996).
  • Ministry of Education, Science Award (1996).
  • Ministry of Education, Chair Professor (1997-2000).
  • Member of Academia Sinica (Academician) (1998).
  • Chang Foundation, Academic Award (2000).
  • TWAS (The Third World Academy of Sciences) Prize in Chemistry (2002).
  • Member of TWAS (2004).
  • Phi Tau Phi Taiwan Chapter, Outstanding Achievement Award (2005).
  • Z. Hsu Scientific Chair Professor (2006).
  • Chair Professor, National Taiwan University (2006-2019)
  • Taiwan-Frence Science Prize (2008).
  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (2009).
  • International Award, Japan Society of Coordination Chemistry (2011).
  • FACS, Foundation Lectureship Award (2011).
  • Presidential Science Prize of Taiwan (2013).
  • Luigi Tartufari International Chemistry Prize, Italian Academy of Sciences (2014).
  • Russian Academy of Engineering, Foreign Member (2014)
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS), Fellow (2015).
  • Distinguished Chinese Visiting Scholar Lectureship of Hong Kong Baptist University.(2015).
  1. Ismayilov R.H.;Wang, W.-Z.;Lee, G.-H.;Yeh, C.-Y.;Hua, S.-A.;Song, Y.;Rohmer, M.M.;Bénard, M.; Peng,-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. Huang, M.-J.; Hua, S.-A.; Fu, M.-D.; Huang, G.-C.; Yin, C.; Ko, C.-H.; Kuo, C.-K.; Hsu, C.-H.; Lee, G.-H.; Ho, K.-Y.; Wang, C.-H.; Yang, Y.-W.; Chen, I-C.; Peng, S.-M.; Chen, C.-h. " The First Heteropentanuclear Extended Metal-Atom Chain: [Ni+-Ru25+-Ni2+-Ni2+(tripyridyldiamido)4(NCS)2]" Chemistry-A European Journal 2014, 20(16), 4526-4531.
  3. Hua, S.-A.; Cheng,-C.; Chen, C.-h.; and Peng, S.-M. "From Homonuclear Metal String Complexes to Heteronuclear Metal String Complexes" European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, Micro Review, 2015, 15, 2498.(Cover Picture)
  4. Ting, T.-C.; Hsu, L.-Y.; Huang, M.-J.; Horng, E.-C.; Lu, H.-C.; Hsu, C.-H.; Jiang, C.-H.; Jin, B.-Y.; Peng, S.-M.; and Chen, C.-h. "Energy-Level Alignment for Single-Molecule Conductance of Extended Metal-Atom Chains" Chem. Int. Ed. 2015, 54, 15734-15738.
  5. Chen, P.-J.; Sigrist, Marc; Horng, E.-C.; Lin, G.-M.; Lee, G.-H. Chen, C.-h.; and Peng, S.-M. "A Ligand Design with a Modified Naphthyridylamide for Achieving the Longest EMACs: The 1st Single-molecule Conductance of an Undeca-nickel Metal String" Commun., 2017,53, 4673-4676. (Cover Picture)
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