Recently, the Shenzhen Institute for Quantum Science and Engineering (SIQSE) at Southern University of Science and Technology have made significant experimental progress in implementing two-qubit quantum gates with the superconducting quantum circuit.
By imitating the cooperative weak bond catalysis mode commonly found in biological enzymes, Prof. Deng Li’s research group has successfully developed a series of new chiral organic small molecule catalysts and found new reactions.
Through experimental research, Prof. WANG’ s research group developed a brand-new strategy of “cross-bay bridge” and a multi-tiered intramolecular reaction method, making full use of the pre-organized single ring structure and cone conformation of the Resor aromatics . By equipping the Soarene’s "Bay Area" with suitable reaction groups, 4 or 6 chemical bridge reactions across the "Bay Area" are realized and ring-belt molecules with different types of skeleton structures are efficiently constructed.
Supramolecular polymer is one of the most important research directions in the field of chemical self-assembly. It is formed by polymer/small molecule elements (functionality≥2) through non-covalent bond self-assembly polymerization. It shows great potential to be applied in degradable, responsive, self-healing materials and other fields.
Ingrid·Irmer: Assistant Professor, SUSTech International Center for Mathematics
Leonardo·Modesto: Associate Professor, Department of Physics
Shishir·Priyadarshi: Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Earth and Space Sciences
Ron·Chanvutha: Undergraduate Student, Department of Biology