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Name Yanqiang Huang Sex male
Professional Title Professor
Designation   Professor
Education   PhD Degree
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Academic Education:

1997-2002: study in Dalian University of Technology and received Double BS degree;

2002-2008: study in Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics and received PhD degree in 2008.

Prof. Experience:

2008-2011: Assistant professor of Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics;

2010-2011: Visiting scholar at University of Cadiz, Spain;

2011-present: Associated Professor of Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics.

Research Interests:

☆ Design and synthesis of nano and subnano metallic catalysts for applications in propellants

☆ Environmental catalysis including CO2 catalytic conversion and NOx removal.

☆ High resolution transmission electron microscopy technique and its application in catalyst

Selection of recent publications:

1. Pd@C3N4 Nanocatalyst for Highly Efficient Hydrogen Storage System based on Potassium Bicarbonate/Formate. AICHE J, 62 (2016) 2410.

2. The Influence of Pretreatment Temperature on the Catalytic Performance of Rutile TiO2-supported Ruthenium Catalyst in CO2 Methanation. J. Catal., 333 (2016) 227.

3. A Schiff-base Modified Gold Catalyst for Green and Efficient H2 Production from Formic Acid. Energy Environmental Science, 8 (2015) 3204.

4. Promotion Effect of Oxide for Ni Catalyst in H2 Production via Selective Hydrous Hydrazine Decomposition. ACS Catalysis, 5 (2015) 1623.

5. Structural and Catalytic Properties of Supported Ni-Ir Alloy Catalysts for H2 Generation via Hydrous Hydrazine Decomposition. App Catal B, 147 (2014) 779.

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