Dr. Yun-Lei Peng is currently a postdoctoral researcher in the Crystal Engineering Research Group at the University of Limerick, Ireland.
His current research focuses on crystal engineering of materials for energy-efficient capture and separation.


1. Wang, Zhi-Shuo, Mian Li, Yun-Lei Peng, Zhenjie Zhang, Wei Chen, and Xiao-Chun Huang. "An Ultrastable Metal Azolate Framework with Binding Pockets for Optimal Carbon Dioxide Capture." Angew. Chem.2019,131, 1-7

2. Yanming Zhao, Shibo Qi, Zheng Niu, Yun-Lei Peng, Chuan Shan, Gaurav Verma, Lukasz Wojtas et al. "Robust Corrole-Based Metal–Organic Frameworks with Rare 9-Connected Zr/Hf-Oxo Clusters." Journal of the American Chemical Society 141, no. 36 (2019): 14443-14450.

3. Yun-Lei Peng, Chaohui He, Tony Pham, Ting Wang, Pengfei Li, Rajamani Krishna, Katherine A. Forrest et al. "Robust Microporous Metal–Organic Frameworks for Highly Efficient and Simultaneous Removal of Propyne and Propadiene from Propylene." Angew.Chem.Int.Ed.2019,58,10209–10214

4. Yun-Lei Peng, Tony Pham, Pengfei Li, Ting Wang, Yao Chen, Kai-Jie Chen, Katherine A. Forrest et al. "Robust ultramicroporous metal–organic frameworks with benchmark affinity for acetylene." Angewandte Chemie International Edition 57, no. 34 (2018): 10971-10975.

5. Yun-Lei Peng, Jingyi Liu, Hai-Feng Zhang, Dong Luo, and Dan Li. "A size-matched POM@ MOF composite catalyst for highly efficient and recyclable ultra-deep oxidative fuel desulfurization." Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers 5, no. 7 (2018): 1563-1569.

6. Grosu, Yaroslav, Mian Li, Yun-Lei Peng, Dong Luo, Dan Li, Abdessamad Faik, Jean‐Marie Nedelec, and Jean‐Pierre Grolier. "A highly stable nonhysteretic {Cu2 (tebpz) MOF+ water} molecular spring." ChemPhysChem 17, no. 21 (2016): 3359-3364.


PhD. Inorganic Chemistry, Nankai University, China, 2019 M.Sc. Inorganic Chemistry, Shantou University, China, 2016.