2024 10th International Conference on Energy, Environment and Earth Sciences

Aug. 10-12, 2024 Chengdu, China
Keynote Speakers

The information about the Keynote Speakers of ICEEES2024 is as follows, which will be updated regularly.

Dr. Mingxin Liu, Professor

Dr. Mingxin Liu, Professor

State Key Laboratory of Applied Organic Chemistry, Lanzhou University, Lanzhou, China

Biography:  Dr. Mingxin Liu is a professor at Lanzhou University. His B.Sc. thesis was fulfilled from Tsinghua University with Prof. Yongge Wei and Prof. Lei Liu. He then finished his PhD at McGill University supervised by Prof. Chao-Jun Li. After finishing his PhD he completed his postdoctoral study with Prof. Zetian Mi from the University of Michigan. He began his independent career as a full professor at Lanzhou University by the end of 2020. His research interest is the application of 'green' reagents in synthetic methodology and their sustainable application in Chemical Biology.

Topic: Tuning 'Green' Feedstock into Value-added C-C Bonds Under Light

Abstract: The construction of C-C bonds is at the heart of Chemistry as well as sustainable development. The scale and diversity requirement of those processes in modern society is enormous. However, the traditional C-C bond formation process often requires metallic or pre-synthesized 'mediators', which reduces the overall atom economy and generate stoichiometric amount of emissions. We have developed a series of photocatalytic C-C bond formations, granting value-added compounds while using more environmentally-benign reagents, which has further broaderned the utilization of sustainable resource and allows 'green fuels' to be converted into 'green foods/materials'.

Dr. Yaxin Su, Professor

Dr. Yaxin Su, Professor

School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Donghua University, Shanghai, China

Biography:  Dr. Yaxin Su is currently a professor and the chair of Department of Built Environment and Energy Engineering, School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Donghua University, China. He received his Ph D of Power Engineering and Thermophysics with a focus on combustion from Zhejiang University, China, in 2000. He worked in the Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Mississippi, USA as a visiting professor during 2006-2007. He has been involved in heat transfer, gas-solid suspension flow and separation, solar energy, thermo-chemical conversion of solid fuels and pollutant emission control, NOx reduction, CO2 capture, etc. He has published 3 academic books and 5 textbooks, more than 250 journal articles and 50 international conference papers, among which about 180 papers are indexed by SCI/EI. He won the Shanghai Natural Science Award in 2016 awarded by Shanghai Municipal Government. He is the editorial member of Journal of Thermal Science and Technology, Sustainable Energy, guest editor of Catalysts. He is also the Board member of the specialized committee of Engineering Thermophysics under Higher Education Association of China, since Oct 2004 and the Board member of the Thermal and Power Engineering Teaching Committee, Mechanical Industry Education Association of China since September 2007, Board member of the Institute of Filtration and Separation under the Chemical Industry and Engineering of China since April 2018.

Topic: LDH Supported CuCoCe Oxides Catalysts for SCR of NO with C3H6

Abstract: Nitrogen oxides (NOx) are one of the main pollutants in the air emitted from combustion of fossil fuels. The selective catalytic reduction (SCR) using hydrocarbon fuel as the reducing agent (HC-SCR) is considered to be a promising method for efficient NOx removal. In this study, CuxCoyCez-LDH precursors were prepared and the CuxCoyCezO oxides catalyst was formed after calcination. The catalytic performance of C3H6-SCR was studied in a fixed bed micro-reactor. The physicochemical properties of CuxCoyCezO catalyst were characterized by ICP, XRD, TEM, XPS, H2-TPR, etc, and the catalyst structure-SCR reactivity relation was carefully analyzed. The synergistic effect between the metals was investigated. In situ DRIFTS study was carried out to check the formation of the intermediates during the SCR reaction and then a reaction mechanism was proposed. Formate, acetate, bidentate, and monodentate nitrates were confirmed as the primary reaction intermediates.

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