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Prof. Feng Wang(王 峰)

Lab of Bioenergy Chemical
Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, CAS
Email: wangfeng[@]dicp.ac.cn
http://fwang.dicp.ac.cn/
Address: 457 Zhongshan Road, 116023 Dalian P.R.China















Awards

Distinguished Young Scholars Foundation, NSFC, 2020

ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering Leadership Awards, ACS, 2020

NSFC-RS Newton Advanced Fellowship, 2020

Jiaxi Lu Excellent Mentor Award, 2020

Mentor Award of Chinese Academy of Science, 2019

Cheung Kong Youth Scholar Program, Ministry of Education of P.R.China, 2016
Excellent Young Scholars Foundation, NSFC, 2014
Distinguished Youth of Dalian, 2014
Lin Liwu Excellent Youth Award, 2012
Chinese Catalytic Xinxiu Award, Chinese chemistry society, 2012
Young Scientist Award, 15th International Congress on Catalysis, Munich, 2012

Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) Presidential Scholarship, 2005


Education

2005 Ph.D., Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, CAS
1999 B.S., Zhengzhou University

Working Experience

2022-present, Associate Editor, ACS Catalysis

2021-present, Vice Director, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, CAS 

2018 - present, Director, Division of Biomass Conversion & Bio-Energy, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, CAS

2014 - 2018, Vice Director, Division of Biomass Conversion & Bio-Energy, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, CAS
2011 - present, Professor, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, CAS
2009 - 2011, Associate Professor, Team leader of Bioenergy Chemical Group, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, CAS
2006 - 2009, Postdoc, Hokkaido University-Catalysis Research Center, Japan
2005 - 2006, Postdoc, University of California-Berkeley, USA
2005.3-7, Assistant Professor, Organic Catalysis Group, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, CAS

Research Interests

1. Synthesis and characterization of structurally well-defined nanomaterials, such as oxides, zeolites, and metal nanoparticles

2. Development of green and environmentally benign processes

3. Transformation of biomass (such as lignin, cellulose, glycerol, and other molecules) into BTX, phenolic compounds, and polymer building blocks

4. Photo-catalysts for solar fuel production, CO2 valorization, and biomass conversion

5. Theoretical calculations and life cycle assessment


Publications

See the latest CV (April 25, 2022).