Professor Li’s research is focused on biomass and fossil energy conversions, CO2 capture and pollutants control, which encompasses pyrolysis and gasification via thermal and/or catalytic method, NO reduction, mercury emission control, and simutaneous removal of SO2 and CO2 by highly reactive calcium-sorbent.
Work and Research Experience
Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Beijing, China. Professor. Nov. 2009~Present
The Ohio State University: Columbus, OH, USA. Postdoctoral researcher, July, 2006~Oct.2009
Western Kentucky University. Bowling Green, KY. Visiting Scholar. October, 2004~June,2006
Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Beijing, China. Assistant Professor. July, 2004~Oct. 2004
National Power Plant Combustion Engineering Research Center, Shenyang, China. Research Engineer. April, 1999- August, 2000
Ph.D, Chemical Engineering. Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academic of Sciences, Beijing, China. Sep. 1999~July 2004
M.S., Engineering Thermophysics. Northeastern University, Shenyang China. April 1999
B.S., Thermal Engineering, Northeastern University, Shenyang China. July 1996.
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