Prof. Wang obtained his PhD in Chemical Engineering from University of Queensland, Australia. He is now a Professor at School of Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials, the University of Adelaide, Australia. His research interests focus on nanomaterial synthesis and application for adsorption and catalysis, fuel and energy conversion and environmental remediation. He has published more than 400 refereed journal papers with citation over 42,000 and h-index of 116. He was awarded 2012 Thomson Reuters Citation & Innovation Awards in Australia. He is also the Highly Cited Researcher in the divisions of Chemical/Environmental Engineering for 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019. He is an editorial board member of several international journals.
Prof. Hongqi SUN
Prof. Sun received his PhD degree in Chemical Engineering at Nanjing University of Technology (China) in June 2008. He is now a Professor and Professional Research Fellow at School of Engineering, Edith Cowan University, Australia. His research focuses on synthesis of nanostructured catalyst materials for solar energy utilization and environmental remediation. So far he has published over 200 refereed journal papers and received over 14,000 citations and reached an h-index of 78. He is also the Highly Cited Researcher in the divisions of Chemical/Environmental Engineering for 2019. He serves as Associate Editor of RSC Advances and Journal of Advanced Oxidation Technologies.
Recent News and Research Outputs
Congratulations! Professor Shaobin Wang has featured on the updated Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researchers list of researchers whose papers have ranked among the top one per cent most cited for their subject field and year of publication. Be proud of Prof Wang!
Mr Jiaquan Li, Mr Xinyuan Xu just started their Ph.D study at Curtin and ECU. Welcome the new members to join our group!
Congratulations on Wenjie's rencent publication on Advanced Functional Materials (IF 12.1). In this study, Heteroatom (N or N-S)-Doping Induced Layered and Honeycomb Microstructures of Porous Carbons was synthesized for CO2 Capture and Energy Applications
Congratulations on Prof Wang's promotion to John Curtin Distinguished Professor!