Prof Dr. Miriding Mutailipu | Inorganic Chemistry | Young Scientist AwardūüŹÜ

Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Author Profile

Early Academic Pursuits:

Prof. Miriding Mutailipu began his academic journey with a strong foundation in material science and engineering, earning his Bachelor of Science degree from the College of Material Science and Engineering at Hunan University. This provided him with essential knowledge in the field and laid the groundwork for his future research endeavors. He pursued his passion for inorganic functional materials by furthering his studies at the Xinjiang Technical Institute of Physics & Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Here, he completed his Ph.D. in Material Physics and Chemistry under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Shilie Pan. During this time, he delved into the intricate realm of metal borates, setting the stage for his subsequent research focus.

Professional Endeavors:

After completing his Ph.D., Prof. Mutailipu continued his academic journey at the Xinjiang Technical Institute of Physics & Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, where he progressed from an Associate Professor to a Full Professor in Material Physics and Chemistry. Throughout his career, he has dedicated himself to advancing the understanding and application of borate chemistry, particularly in the design and synthesis of novel optical functional materials.

Contributions and Research Focus:

His research has centered on the design, synthesis, and characterization of new borates with a keen focus on their optical properties. His investigations into the structural chemistry of metal borates and their potential as nonlinear optical materials have led to significant advancements in the field. His expertise extends to single crystal growth and characterization, allowing for a comprehensive understanding of the correlation between crystal structure and material properties.

Accolades and Recognition:

His contributions to the field of borate chemistry have earned him recognition both nationally and internationally. As evidenced by his extensive publication record in prestigious peer-reviewed journals and the authorization of multiple Chinese invention patents, his work has made a significant impact on the scientific community. He has received funding and support from various prestigious organizations, including the National Key R&D Program of China and the National Natural Science Foundation of China.

Impact and Influence:

His research has not only expanded the fundamental understanding of borate chemistry but also has practical implications in the development of new materials with tailored optical properties. His work has the potential to drive advancements in various fields, including photonics, telecommunications, and optoelectronics.

Legacy and Future Contributions:

His legacy lies in his pioneering research in borate chemistry and his dedication to advancing the field of inorganic functional materials. His work serves as a foundation for future researchers to build upon, offering new avenues for exploration and innovation. Moving forward, he continues to contribute to the scientific community through his ongoing research, mentorship of young scientists, and pursuit of knowledge at the forefront of material science and chemistry.


A total of  3948 citations for his publications, demonstrating the impact and recognition of his research within the academic community.

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Notable Publications 

Achieving the full-wavelength phase-matching for efficient nonlinear optical frequency conversion in C (NH2) 3BF4

Discovery of First Magnesium Fluorooxoborate with Stable Fluorine Terminated Framework for Deep‚ÄźUV Nonlinear Optical Application

Hydroxyfluorooxoborate Na [B3O3F2 (OH) 2]‚čÖ[B (OH) 3]: Optimizing the Optical Anisotropy with Heteroanionic Units for Deep Ultraviolet Birefringent Crystals

PbB5O7F3: A High-Performing Short-Wavelength Nonlinear Optical Material

Toward the enhancement of critical performance for deep-ultraviolet frequency-doubling crystals utilizing covalent tetrahedra

Achieving the full-wavelength phase-matching for efficient nonlinear optical frequency conversion in C (NH2) 3BF4

Strong nonlinearity induced by coaxial alignment of polar chain and dense [BO3] units in CaZn2 (BO3) 2

Borates: A Rich Source for Optical Materials

Guanidinium fluorooxoborates as efficient metal-free short-wavelength nonlinear optical crystals


Miriding Mutailipu | Inorganic Chemistry | Young Scientist Award

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