About us

Our team develops new materials, approaches and technologies to store solar energy into renewable fuels via artificial photosynthesis. Inspired by natural photosynthesis of green plants, we design and fabricate solar-driven photo(electro)catalysis systems utilizing solar energy to convert water and carbon dioxide into hydrogen gas and carbon-based fuels. The central aim of our research program is not only to understand and exploit the complex science of photo(electro)catalysis but also to provide scalable solutions of artificial photosynthesis that would be applied in sustainable and practical solar fuel production.
We work at the intersection of many disciplines, including material science, chemistry, semiconductor physics, chemical engineering and chemical biology, and thus is well-suited for students and postdoctoral scholars with various backgrounds and expertise.


Energy Conversion, Catalytic Materials Creation Engineering Wang Lab.

Furo-cho, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya, 464-8601, Japan
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【INFO】 Our proposal on the development of novel solar fuel production devices has been selected for the FOREST program


【PUBLICATION】Qian's review paper has been published on Nature Energy [to paper]


【INFO】Onuki and Morita, 4th year undergraduates,  join the lab.


【INFO】The Wang Laboratory has been established.