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Chemistry & Materials Forum No. 87: Multitasking nanostructures for catalysis and green chemistry applications
发布时间:2018-04-13 浏览次数:

Dr. Igor I. Slowing, senior scientist of Department of Energy, USA and an adjunct professor at Iowa State University in USA, was invited to give a talk on Multitasking nanostructures for catalysis and green chemistry applications on Dec. 14, 2017.

Prof. Slowing’s talk covered his work on regulation of structure composition in nanoscale, chemical reaction catalysis and selective control, energy catalytic conversion and 3D printing multi-functional nano catalytic materials. The talk was warmly welcomed by audience, resulting in active discussion.

Prof. Slowing obtained Ph. D degree at Iowa State University in 2008, and then joined Ames Laboratory of Department of Energy, USA in 2009. He started to work as an adjunct professor at Iowa State University in 2013. His work focuses on the design and preparation of multi-functional nanoscale and mesoporous materials, chemical reaction process control in threshold space and its mechanism. He has more than 60 publications at JACS, Angew., ACS Catal, J. Catal. and so on, which were cited morethan 9000 times with H factor close to 30.


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