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报告题目:Lignin conversion in supercritical ethanol 报 告 人:Prof.
Yongdan
Li报告时间:2018年12月20日(周四)上午10:30报告地点:16号楼214会议室欢迎广大师生前往参加!化学与化工学院2018年12月17日报告人简介Professor
Yongdan Li, is now the tenured full Professor of Industrial Chemistry in
Aalto University, Finland and also the Changjiang Chair Professor of
Industrial Chemistry of Tianjin University, China. He was the Founder
and Director of the Tianjin Key Laboratory of Applied Catalysis Science
and Engineering at the School of Chemical Engineering and Technology,
Tianjin University, China. After finishing his Ph.D. in Industrial
Catalysis at Tianjin University in 1989, he went to the University of
Twente in the Netherlands and worked there as a post-doc for a year. He
did a second post-doc at Ecole National Superior of Industrial
Chemistry, Nancy, France. Dr. Li returned to Tianjin University at the
end of 1992 where he was promoted to a Full Professor at the beginning
of 1994. He has served as the Chairman of the Department of Catalysis
Science and Technology and the Coordinator of the Industrial Catalysis
Program since 1997 to 2017. This program was twice ranked as the 1st in
China, in 2001 and 2006. Dr. Li received the most prestigious award
given to Chinese Young Scientists, The NSF Award to Outstanding Young
Scientist in 2004, and obtained the most important title for professors
in China The Changjiang Chair Professorship in 2007. He serves now also
as the Associate Editor of Catalysis Today and the Associate Editor of
the CIESC Journal.报告简介Seminar: Lignin conversion in supercritical
ethanolProfessor Yongdan Li Chair Professor of Industrial Chemistry,
Department of Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering,School of Chemical
Technology, Aalto University, FinlandAnd Changjiang Chair Professor of
Industrial Catalysis, Tianjin University, ChinaAbstract:Lignin is one
of the major components of lignocellulose biomass, which is
self-produced in a large volume by the biosphere on the Earth, and is
the best renewable resources for the production of aromatic compounds.
This seminar introduces the recent progresses on the catalytic
decomposition of lignin in supercritical alcohols, especially ethanol. A
number of catalysts based on molybdenum will be discussed. Further
analysis of the mechanism reveals that supercritical ethanol without a
catalyst can depolymerize lignin into fragments with a molecular weight
of around 1000 and the catalyst further converts the intermediate sized
molecules into small molecules suitable for fuels and chemicals.附件:无

报 告 人: Professor Anthony S Clare School of Marine Science &Technology
Newcastle University

澳门赌城官网,报告时间:2017 年12月5日(周二)15:00

报告地点:25号楼346室

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