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7月11日催化反应前沿论坛
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催化反应前沿论坛

暨西安交通大学-利物浦大学

化学化工联合实验室成立大会

Catalytic Reaction Frontier Forum

XJTU-Liverpool Joint Laboratory of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering

西安交通大学

Xi’an Jiaotong University

化学工程与技术学院

School of Chemical Engineering and Technology

2018/7/11

会议议程

Agenda

阶段

Event

时间

Time

地点

Location

会议内容

Session

主持人

Host

开场

Intro.

9:00-9:05

504

会议室

SCET

Rm 504

化工学院党委书记张早校教授

介绍与会嘉宾并致辞

Welcome speech from Prof. Zaoxiao Zhang, Director of the Board of School Affairs

杨伯伦

Prof. Bolun Yang

9:05-9:20

化工学院院长魏进家教授介绍学院概况

Introduction of SCET from Prof. Jinjia Wei, Dean of SCET

论坛

Forum

报告时间

Time

报告人

Speaker

报告题目

Topic

9:20-10:00

Xin Tu

Plasma-assisted catalysis: A novel solution for CH4activation and CO2conversion at ambient conditions

10:00-10:30

杨贵东

Guidong Yang

Design and Preparation of nanostructured catalysts with highly efficient photocatalytic activity

10:30-10:50

合影&茶歇

Group Photo & Tea Break

10:50-11:30

Frederic Blanc

Heterogeneous Catalysts in the Act: Direct Structural Identification of Carbenium Ions and Host Guest Interactions in Solid Acids

11:30-12:00

常春然

Chunran Chang

Construction of Surface Frustrated Lewis Pairs Based on Ceria and Their Applications

午餐

Lunch

12:00

Buffet

南洋大酒店Nan Yang Hotel

论坛

Forum

14:30-15:00

504

会议室

SCET

Rm 504

吴志强

Zhiqiang Wu

Synergistic effect from co-pyrolysis of coal and biomass

杨贵东

Dr. Guidong Yang

15:00-15:40

Alexey Sergeev

Metal-induced cleavage of strong C-O and C-C bonds for sustainable chemistry

15:40-16:10

陈强

Qiang Chen

Strong Size dependence in Pt-Nanoparticle catalyzed reactions

16:10-16:20

Tea Break

16:20-17:00

Jianliang Xiao

From Hydrogenation to Oxidation - Catalysis with Noble & Cheap Metals

17:00-17:30

李家源

Jiayuan Li

Transition metal-based electrocatalysts for robust overall water-splitting

晚宴

Dinner

18:00

Speakers:

University of Liverpool

Ø Dr. Xin Tu

Ø Dr. Alexey Sergeev

Ø Dr. Frederic Blanc

Ø Dr. Jianliang Xiao

Xi’an Jiaotong University

Ø Dr. Guidong Yang(杨贵东)

Ø Dr. Chunran Chang(常春然)

Ø Dr. Zhiqiang Wu(吴志强)

Ø Dr. Qiang Chen(陈强)

Ø Dr. Jiayuan Li(李家源)

Biographies of Speakers

University of Liverpool:

Dr Xin Tuis a Reader in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics at the University of Liverpool. He has been working for many years on interdisciplinary research at the interface of plasma science and chemical engineering directed towards environmental clean-up, fuel and chemical synthesis, and nuclear decommissioning. Significant efforts have been devoted to plasma-catalysis where the combination of cold plasma and heterogeneous catalysis has been used as a promising low temperature process for the oxidation of gas pollutants (e.g. VOCs and PAHs) in waste gas streams and for the conversion of carbon sources (e.g. CH4, CO2, biomass tars and heavy oils) into value-added fuels and chemicals such as hydrogen, olefins, liquid fuels and chemicals and carbon nanomaterials at ambient conditions. Dr. Tu has published over 85 high quality papers in leading international journals such as Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., Appl. Catal. B: Environ., ACS Catal., and Green Chem., and has given over 30 invited talks in leading international conferences. He has served as a member of International Advisory or Scientific Board for a number of international conferences and consortiums.

Dr Alexey Sergeevobtained his undergraduate degree from Saint-Petersburg State University and his PhD degree from Moscow State University (2005, Prof. Irina P. Beletskaya), Russia. After a short stay in industry, he conducted postdoctoral studies with Prof. Matthias Beller at Leibniz Institute for Catalysis, Rostock, Germany (2006-2009). In 2009, Alexey moved to the United States to join the group of Prof. John F. Hartwig at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and then at the University of California, Berkeley. In 2012, Alexey returned to Europe to start his independent career at the University of Liverpool and the Stephenson Institute for Renewable Energy as a Lecturer in Organic Chemistry.

Dr Frédéric Blancgraduated from the School of Chemistry in Lyon (France) in 2004 and obtained his PhD in Chemistry in 2008 from the University of Lyon and the European Center for High Field NMR in Lyon, under the supervision of Prof. Christophe Copéret and Prof. Lyndon Emsley. He studied the structure - dynamics relationship in heterogeneous catalysis and developed new solid state NMR methods to understand the chemistry on surfaces. He then received a Lavoisier fellowship and underwent postdoctoral work at the State University of New York in Stony Brook, NY for three years with Prof. Clare P. Grey, where he got interested in the understanding of the structure elucidation of energy materials with NMR spectroscopy. He then moved to the University of Cambridge as a Marie Curie fellow and looked at the dynamics of oxygens and protons in electrolytes by high temperature NMR spectroscopy. In December 2012, he was appointed to a Lectureship in the Department of Chemistry and the Stephenson Institute for Renewable Energy at the University of Liverpool and promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2016, where he is focusing on the development and application of NMR spectroscopy in materials chemistry.

Professor Jianliang Xiaoreceived a B.Eng. at Northwest University in Xian in 1982. This was followed by an M.Eng. with Profs WU Chi and WANG Junyu at the RIPP in Beijing and a Ph.D. in chemistry at the University of Alberta under Prof Martin Cowie. After a postdoctoral appointment with Prof Richard Puddephatt, he joined the ERATO Catalysis Project directed by Prof Noyori. In 1996 he took up a Principal Scientist position at the University of Liverpool, becoming a Lecturer in 1999 and Professor in 2005 in the chemistry department. His research is concerned with the design, development and understanding of molecular catalysts for sustainable chemical synthesis, and he has published ca 220 papers in the area. He is a Changjiang Chair Professor and a Fellow of Royal Society of Chemistry. For his team’s work, he was awarded the UK Prize for Process Chemistry Research 2008 and Excelling at Innovation Award of the University of Liverpool 2015.

Xi’an Jiaotong University:

Dr Guidong Yangis anassociate professor and doctoral tutor in Xi'an Jiao Tong University (XJTU), and he is also an assistant dean at school of chemical engineering (scientific research) in XJTU and the director of the XJTU-Oxford International Joint Laboratory for Catalysis. He have received a bachelor's degree and a doctorate degree from China University of Petroleum (East China) in 2005 and 2010, respectively, and conducted a joint PhD study in Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory, University of Oxford from 2008 to 2010. He joined Xi'an Jiaotong University as an assistant professor in 2011. His main research topics are the design, preparation and energy/environment application of novel multi-scale photocatalytic and adsorption materials. In recent years, He have published 42 SCI papers, among them, 2 SCI paper was selected as ESI hot papers, 4 selected as ESI highly cited papers, 6 selected as extended version of ESI papers (3%).The total citation of his publications is more than 1495 times, and 385 times for the highest single reference.

Dr Chun-Ran Changreceived his PhD degree in Chemistry from Tsinghua University in 2013. After that he became a faculty member and now is an Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering and Technology at Xi’an Jiaotong University. His research interests focus on theoretical design of heterogeneous catalysts that are related to energy conversion, solid frustrated Lewis pair (FLP) catalysts involving the activation of small inert molecules, and dynamic catalytic mechanisms under reaction conditions.

Dr Zhiqiang Wuis an associate professor in the School of Chemical Engineering at Xi'an Jiaotong University (XJTU). He received his doctor's degree in power engineering and engineering thermophysics (2015), double bachelor degree in engineering and economics (2009) from Xi'an Jiaotong University. His work involves the co-thermochemical conversion of coal and biomass, upgrading of low-rank coal and biomass conversion. Dr. Wu has published 30 academic papers and been granted nine patents. As the principal investigator, he got four program grants from National Natural Science Foundation of China, Ministry of Science and Technology of China, etc.

Dr Qiang Chen, Chemistry Doctor (Ph.D.-chemistry), now is a lecturer in school of chemical engineering and technology at Xi’an Jiaotong University. He got his B Sc in 2007 from Nanjing university of Science and Technology, and M Sc from Research Institute of Petroleum Processing, then receiving the Chemistry Doctor's degree (Ph.D.) in 2014 at Tohoku University in Japan. Currently, Dr. Qiang Chen’ researches focus on the design and fabrication of nanostructured noble-metal materials as well as zeolite-based materials for heterogeneous catalysis.

Dr Jiayuan Liis an assistant professor in the School of Chemical Engineering at Xi'an Jiaotong University (XJTU). He obtained his doctor's degree in Frontier Institute of Science and Technology from Xi'an Jiaotong University. He mainly engaged in the design and synthesis of nanostructures for energy storage applications. Dr. Li has published 10 papers in high-quality chemical/material journals and the total citations have reached 300.As a principal investigator (PI), he was selected into the “Support Program for Post-Doctoral Innovative Talents” and won theprogram grants from China Postdoctoral Science Foundation.

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