Professor Wu received his Ph.D. in chemistry in 2004 from the Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He subsequently pursued postdoctoral research at the interface between chemistry and materials with various levels (molecular vs nano-metric) in several institutions including University of Tokyo, USM and GSU. Thereafter, he moved to Carnegie Mellon before joining in the Institute of Solid Physics, Chinese Academy of Science as the preeminent “Hundred Talent Program” candidate. Currently the research in his group focuses on the metallic clusters (atomically monodisperse metal nanoparticles for essential physical and chemical investigation of quantum effects and future application in environment, energy and biomedicine, below pls. find some recent and selected publication for more details). Students and post-docs herein will receive multi-disciplinary training. Visiting scholars, post-docs, Ph. D and M. D students with strong background in chemistry and/or materials are very welcome (highly self-motivated and intelligent youngsters with background in other disciplines are of course welcomed, too). We are also open to those who have their own ideas and/or wish to test their fortunes, furthermore, we are ready to conduct broad and deep collaboration with others at any time.