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Yushan Yan

Yushan Yan is the Distinguished Engineering Professor in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and the Associate Dean for Research and Entrepreneurship for the College of Engineering at the University of Delaware.

He studied Chemical Physics (BS) at the University of Science and Technology of China (1983-1988), Heterogeneous Catalysis at the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (1988-1992), and Chemical Engineering (MS & PhD) at the California Institute of Technology (1992-1996).

He worked for AlliedSignal Inc. as Senior Staff Engineer and Project Leader (1996-1998) before joining the faculty at the University of California Riverside (UCR) (Assistant Professor, 1998; Associate Professor, 2002; Professor, 2005; University Scholar Professor, 2006-2010; Department Chair 2008-2011; and University of California Presidential Chair 2010).

He was elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (2008) and was recognized by the International Zeolite Association with the Donald Breck Award for his zeolite thin film research (2010) and the Nanoscale Science and Engineering Forum Award by the American Institute of Chemical Engineers for nanoporous thin films and nanocatalysts for fuel cells (2016). He chaired the Gordon Research Conference for Nanoporous Materials of 2013.

His research has been supported by industry and governmental agencies including the National Science Foundation (e.g., NIRT), Department of Defense (e.g., SERDP and MURI), Environmental Protection Agency, and Department of Energy (e.g., EERE and ARPA-E). Notably he was one of 37 awardees in the Department of Energy’s ARPA-E OPEN 2009 (the inaugural open call for proposals that received about 3700 concept papers) for his fuel cell technology and one of 66 awardees in OPEN 2012 (the 2nd open call for proposals that received 6600 concept papers) for his redox flow battery concept.

He has supervised 29 postdocs, 24 PhD students, 12 MS students, 33 undergraduate students, 7 high school students, and 12 visiting faculty. Nineteen of his former postdoc and PhD students hold faculty positions in China, Australia, Canada, and US.

At UCR, he served as AIChE Chapter Advisor for 5 years, hosted the Western Regional Student Conference, led the first ABET 2000 accreditation process for 4 years for both chemical and environmental engineering programs, chaired Faculty Search Committee, and served as the Department Chair for 3 years. He has also organized/chaired many sessions/symposiums in various national and international meetings.

He has been an inventor on 25+ issued and pending patents, some of which were licensed to form startup companies including Pacific Fuel Cell Corp, NanoH2O, Full Cycle Energy, Zeolite Solution Materials, OH-Energy, DEGi Chlorine, and DEGi Storage. He has served these startups in the capacity of cofounder, chief scientific advisor, and advisory board member. The nanocomposite desalination membrane technology he coinvented was commercialized by NanoH2O that was acquired by LG Chemicals in 2014.

He has delivered ~190 invited lectures including Plenary, Keynote, and Named Lectures in major international conferences and chemical engineering departments. His 210+ published articles have been widely cited in the scientific community (h-index = 60, average citation/paper = 57, total citation = 12,000+) and extensively covered by the media, e.g., New Scientist, C&EN News (ACS), Materials Today, Materials 360 (MRS), Chemical Engineering Progress (AIChE), Business Week, China Press, Chinese Daily News, The News Journal, CNN.com, CNBC, KABC, and VOA.

Education

1997
Ph.D., Chemical Engineering
California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA

1988
B.S., Chemical Physics
University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, China 

Employment

07/2011 – present
Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
Distinguished Engineering Professor (2011)

09/1998 – 07/2011
Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Riverside, CA
Department Chair (2008-2011), Presidential Chair (2010-2011), University Scholar Professor (2006-2010). Professor (2005-2011). Associate Professor (2002-2005). Assistant Professor (1998-2002)

01/2007 – 07/2007
Chemical Engineering, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA
Visiting Associate

09/1996 – 09/1998
AlliedSignal Inc., Des Plaines, IL
Senior Staff Engineer/Project Leader

09/1992 – 08/1996
Chemical Engineering, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA
Research Assistant

09/1988 – 09/1992
Heterogeneous Catalysis, Dalian Inst. Chem. Phys., Chinese Academy of Sciences
Dalian, China
Research Assistant 

Honors

2016 Nanoscale Science and Engineering Forum Award, AIChE
2015 Institute of Advanced Studies Lecture, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
2011-2016 Qiushi Professor (Visiting), Zhejiang University
2011-2014 Hengyi Professor (Visiting), Zhejiang University
2011 27th Outstanding Alumni Lecture, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2010 Donald Breck Award, International Zeolite Association
2010 Presidential Chair, University of California
2010 Plenary Lecture, 5th International Zeolite Membrane Meeting, Greece
2009 Plenary Lecture, 15th Chinese Zeolite Conference, China
2008 Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science
2008 ChangJiang Professor (Visiting at Zhejiang University), Chinese Ministry of Education
2007 Guest Editor, Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, Special Issue in Honor of Professor R.R. Xu
2007 Top 100 Most Cited Papers (28th) Since 1975, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. American Chemical Society
2006 University Scholar (inaugural), University of California, Riverside
2003 Overseas Young Investigator, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2001 Faculty Development Award, University of California, Riverside
2000 Regent’s Faculty Fellowship, University of California, Riverside
1998 – 2003 Guest Professor, Department of Chemistry, Jilin University, China
1997 Recognition of Contribution, AlliedSignal Inc.
1994 Li Ming Scholarship Award, California Institute of Technology
1990 Presidential Award for Excellence, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Invited Lectures

  1. “Zeolite ZSM-5 membranes for separation and catalysis”, 9/27/99, Department of Chemistry, University of California, Riverside, California.
  2. “Assembly of nanoporous thin films”, 10/14/99, Southern California Society for Microscopy and Microanalysis (SCSMM), University of California, Irvine, California.
  3. “Zeolite thin films as low k inter-metal dielectrics”, 1/28/00, Honeywell Wafer Fabrication Materials, STAR Center, Sunnyvale, California.
  4. “Zeolite thin films and porous materials”, 2/17/00, Praxair Research Center, Tonawanda, New York.
  5. “Zeolite membranes by in-situ crystallization”, 3/10/00, Kennecott Undergraduate Seminar, Chemical Engineering, University of Nevada at Reno, Reno, Nevada.
  6. “Design, synthesis, and novel applications of zeolite thin film and coatings”, 3/10/00, Research Seminar, Chemical Engineering, University of Nevada at Reno, Reno, Nevada.
  7. “Design, synthesis, and novel applications of zeolite thin film and coatings”, 8/4/00, Department of Applied Chemistry, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan.
  8. “Design, synthesis, and novel applications of zeolite thin film and coatings”, 8/12/00, Department of Chemistry, Jilin University, Changchun, China.
  9. “Zeolite low-k dielectrics”, 3/19/01, Advanced Process Research & Development Laboratory (APRDL) of Motorola and AMD, Austin, Texas.
  10. “Zeolite low-k dielectrics”, 3/19/01, International Sematech, Austin, Texas.
  11. “Zeolite low-k dielectrics”, 4/20/01, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), Sunnyvale, California.
  12. “Design, synthesis, and novel applications of zeolite thin film and coatings”, 5/15/01, Chemical Engineering, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky.
  13. “Zeolite low-k dielectrics”, 8/2/01, Novellus Systems, San Jose, California.
  14. “Design, synthesis, and environmental applications of zeolite based membrane and coatings”, 9/10/01, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C.
  15. “Design, synthesis, and novel applications of zeolite thin film and coatings”, 9/20/01, Chemical Engineering, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California.
  16. “Design, synthesis, and novel applications of zeolite thin film and coatings”, 10/3/01, Chemical Engineering, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York.
  17. “Design, synthesis, and novel applications of zeolite thin film and coatings”, 10/15/01, Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, University of California, Davis, California.
  18. “Fuel cells – power for the future”, 2/27/02, American Chemical Society, Orange County Section, University of California, Riverside, California.
  19. “Zeolite nanoparticles: building blocks for hierarchical porous structures”, 4/29/02, American Ceramic Society, St. Louis, Missouri.
  20. “Silica zeolite low-k dielectrics”, 7/12/02, Honeywell International, Sunnyvale, California.
  21. “Silica zeolite low-k dielectrics”, 9/27/02, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), Sunnyvale, California.
  22. “Silica zeolite low-k dielectric thin films”, 11/15/02, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of California, Berkeley, California.
  23. “Polymer-zeolite nanocomposite membranes”, 11/18/02, Twentieth Annual Membrane/Separations Technology Planning Conference, Newton, Massachusetts.
  24. “Design, synthesis, and novel applications of zeolite thin film and coatings”, 11/21/02, Chemical Engineering, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts.
  25. “Zeolite films: from chips to space station”, 12/2/02, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee.
  26. “Zeolite films: from chips to space station”, 1/17/03, Chemical Engineering, University of California at Los Angeles, California.
  27. “Zeolite films: from chips to space station”, 2/6/02, Chemical Engineering, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois.
  28. “Zeolite thin films”, 2/14/03, First UC Symposium of Surface Science, University of California, Riverside, CA.
  29. “Silica zeolite low-k dielectric thin films”, 4/4/03, T. J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, New York.
  30. “Silica zeolite low-k dielectric thin films”, 4/4/03, Engelhard, Iselin, New Jersey.
  31. “Zeolite films: from chips to space station”, 4/10/03, Chemical Engineering, University of California, Santa Barbara, California.
  32. “Zeolite nanoparticles: building blocks for hierarchical porous structures”, 4/15/03, Chemical Engineering, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California.
  33. “Microporous and mesoporous silica low-k dielectric thin films for computer chips”, 8/1/03, Pre-Conference School, The International Symposium on Zeolites and Microporous Crystals (ZMPC2003), The University of Tokyo, Japan (Cancelled due to SARS).
  34. “Zeolite thin films: from chips to space station”, The International Symposium on Zeolites and Microporous Crystals (ZMPC2003), 8/3-6/03, Sapporo, Japan (Cancelled due to SARS).
  35. “Silica zeolite low-k dielectric thin films”, 8/20/03, Intel, Portland, Oregon.
  36. “Hierarchically porous silica hollow fibers by spider silk templating”, 10/7/03, The 36th Annual Symposium of the Southern California American Vacuum Society Meeting, Anaheim, California.
  37. “Design, synthesis and novel applications of zeolite nanoparticles”, 10/20/03, The 55th Pacific Coast Regional and Basic Science Division Fall Meeting of the American Ceramic Society, Oakland, California.
  38. “Zeolite nanocomposite membranes and carbon nanotube based electrodes for fuel cells”, 11/9/03-11/10/03, The Knowledge Foundation’s 4th Annual International Conference NANOSTRUCTURED MATERIALS 2003 – Production and Application in Fuel Cells & other Energy DevicesMiami Beach, Florida.
  39. “Zeolite thin films – from chips to space station”, 11/13/03, Department of Chemical Engineering, California Institute of Technology, California.
  40. “Zeolite thin films – from chips to space station”, 12/12/03, Department of Chemistry, Fudan University, Shanghai, China.
  41. “Zeolite thin films: from chips to space station”, 12/22/03, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Dalian, China.
  42. “Zeolite nanoparticles: building blocks for hierarchical porous structures and functional films”, 12/26/03, Department of Chemistry, Jilin University, Changchun, China.
  43. Zeolite nanoparticles: from computer chips to fuel cells”, 3/9/04, Nanoparticles 2004, Orlando, Florida.
  44. “Polymer-zeolite nanocomposite membranes for PEM fuel cells and gas separation”, 3/29/04, Session ofNanotechnology and the Environment, 2004 ACS Annual Meeting, Anaheim, California.
  45. “Silica Zeolite Low-k Dielectric Films”, 3/28/04, Session of Polymers in Micro- and Nano-Electronics, 2004 ACS Annual Meeting, Anaheim, California.
  46. “Zeolite thin films: from chips to space station”, 4/21/04, Department of Chemistry, Georgetown University, Washington D.C.
  47. “Zeolite thin films: from chips to space station”, 9/23/04, Department of Chemical Engineering, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.
  48. “Fuel cells: acid functionalized zeolite polymer nanocomposite membranes and carbon nanotube based electrode catalyst”, 11/10/04 [Cancelled due to illness], Department of Chemistry, University of California, Santa Barbara, California.
  49. “Portable power: a high energy density and low cost fuel cell”, 11/11/04, PROJECT T2 A Technology Transfer Conference, Larta Institute, Los Angeles, California.
  50. “Silica zeolite low-k films”, 12/16/04, Chevron-Texaco Research Center, Richmond, California.
  51. “Portable power: a high energy density and low cost fuel cell”, 12/16/04, Nanosys Inc., Palo Alto, California.
  52. “Carbon nanotube based electrocatalysts for fuel cells”, 3/16/05, Murphree Award Symposium in honor of M. E. Davis at the 2005 American Chemical Society Annual Meeting, San Diego, California.
  53. “Zeolite rhin films and fuel cells”, 3/22/05, UOP, Des Plaines, Illinois.
  54. “Carbon nanotube based electrocatalysts for fuel cells”, 5/19/05, Oklahoma State Nanonet Conference, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma.
  55. “Zeolite Thin Films: From Computer Chips to Space Station”, Gordon Research Conference on Zeolite and Layer Materials, 7/3/05-7/8/05, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Massachusetts.
  56.  “Zeolite thin films: from chips to space station”, 9/20/05, Department of Chemical & Petroleum Engineering, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas.
  57. “Zeolite thin films: from chips to space station”, 10/12/05, Department of Chemistry, University of La Verne, La Verne, California.
  58. “Zeolite thin films: from chips to space station”, 12/15/05, PACIFICHEM 2005, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  59. “Zeolite thin films: from chips to space station”, 3/1/06, Department of Chemistry, University of California Riverside, Riverside, California.
  60. “Engineering of zeolite coatings for corrosion protection of aluminum alloys”, 3/12/06-3/16/06, The Research Topical Symposium (RTS) – Smart Coatings: Advanced Function Using New Materials, at the 2006 Annual Meeting of the National Association for Corrosion Engineers, San Diego, California.
  61. “Carbon nanotube supported electrocatalysts for hydrogen and methanol fuel cells”, 3/12/06-3/16/06, The 135th TMS Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas.
  62. “Engineering and assembly of zeolite nanoparticles: from chips to fuel cells”, 3/26/06-3/30/06, Reaction and Supramolecular Assembly in Complex Fluids at the 2006 American Chemical Society Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia.
  63. “Carbon nanotube supported electrocatalysts for hydrogen and methanol fuel cells”, 3/26/06-3/30/06, Nanoparticles in Energy Processes: Friend & Foe III. Nanoparticle-Based Catalysts and Sorbents at the 2006 American Chemical Society Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia.
  64. “Advancing fuel cell technology by carbon nanotubes and zeolite nanoparticles”, 5/1/06, Virginia Tech, Department of Chemical Engineering, Blacksburg, Virginia.
  65. “Novel applications of zeolite thin films: past, present, and the future”, 7/17/06, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Dalian, China.
  66. “Zeolite thin films: from chips to space station”, 7/20/06, Dalian University of Technology, School of Chemical Engineering, Dalian, China.
  67. “Pure-silica-zeolite low-dielectric-constant films: past, present, and the future”, 7/29/06, Pre-conference School, theInternational Symposium on Zeolites and Microporous Crystals (ZMPC2006), Tokyo, Japan.
  68. Zeolite thin films: from chips to space station” [Keynote Lecture], 7/30/06-8/2/06, The International Symposium on Zeolites and Microporous Crystals (ZMPC2006), Yonago, Japan.
  69. “Zeolite thin films: from chips to space station – a progress report from 2000”, 8/9/06, Jilin University, Department of Chemistry, Changchun, China.
  70. “Zeolite thin films: from chips to space station”, 8/18/06, Zhejiang University of Technology, Hangzhou, China.
  71. “Novel applications of zeolite thin films: past, present, and the future”, 8/21/06, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China.
  72. “Nanotechnology for cheaper and more durable fuel cells”, 3/8/07, University of California – Canada Energy Workshop, University of California at Davis, CA.
  73. “Nanotechnology for cheaper and more durable fuel cells”, 3/29/07, Department of Chemical Engineering, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA.
  74.  “Nanotechnology for cheaper and more durable fuel cells”, 4/13/07, UC System-Wide Technology Transfer Forum on NANOTECHNOLOGY, San Francisco, CA.
  75. “Nanotechnology for cheaper and more durable fuel cells”, 8/6/07, Jilin University, Department of Chemistry, Changchun, China.
  76. “Nanotechnology for cheaper and more durable fuel cells”, 8/10/07, Peking University, Department of Chemistry, Beijing, China.
  77. “Advanced applications of zeolite thin films: beyond separation and catalysis” [Keynote Lecture]8/12/07-8/17/07, 15thInternational Zeolite Conference, Beijing, China.
  78. “Zeolite thin films: from computer chips to space station”, 8/18/07, Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, Beijing, China.
  79. “Nanotechnology for cheaper and more durable fuel cells”, 8/23/07, Zhejiang University, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Hangzhou, China.
  80. “Nanotechnology for cheaper and more durable fuel cells”, 10/5/07, University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Los Angles, California.
  81.  “Nanotechnology for cheaper and more durable fuel cells”, 12/14/07, University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Materials Science, Los Angles, California.
  82. “Zeolite thin films and coatings”, 1/10/08, Qualcomm (broadcasted to their worldwide locations), San Jose, California.
  83. “Nanotechnology for cheaper and more durable fuel cells”, 1/25/08, Arizona State University, Department of Chemical Engineering, Phoenix, Arizona.
  84. “Nanotechnology for cheaper and more durable fuel cells”, 2/12/08, Georgia Institute of Technology, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Atlanta, Georgia.
  85. “Zeolite Thin Films and Fuel Cells”, 3/28/08, Pacific Northwest National Lab, Washington.
  86. “Zeolite thin films: From computer chips to space station”, 4/15/08, Kansas State University, Department of Chemical Engineering, Manhattan, Kansas.
  87. “Zeolite Thin Films for Energy, Environment, and Electronics”, 5/23/08, Acceptance Lecture of Changjiang Schalor Award, Scholl of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China.
  88. “Nanotechnology for cheaper and more durable fuel cells”, 5/26/08, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics Symposium (XVI) on Fuel Cells, Dalian, China.
  89. “Materials for Sustainable Energy: The Next Frontier for Chemical Engineering”, 7/26/08, The 34th West Lake Forum, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China.
  90. “Zeolite thin films: From computer chips to space station”, 10/9/08, Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  91. “Zeolite thin films: From computer chips to space station”, 10/22/08, Department of Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.
  92. “Fuel cell vehicles of the future: The materials challenges to make it real”. 12/3/08, University of California, Palm Desert Graduate Center, Palm Desert, California.
  93.  “Zeolite thin films: From computer chips to space station”, 1/18/09, Jilin University Zhuhai Workshop on Porous Materials, Zhuhai, China.
  94. “New fuel cell materials: Low-Pt and non-Pt catalysts and hydroxide exchange membranes”, 2/16 – 2/17/09, Vancouver to Northeast USA Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Cluster Connection Workshop, Vancouver, Canada.
  95. “Fuel cell vehicles of the future: The materials challenges to make it real”, 4/4/09, La Verne University, La Verne, CA.
  96. Panelist, “Energy Summit”, Coachella Valley Association of Governors, 4/17/09, Palm Springs, CA
  97. “Nanotechnology for cheaper and more durable fuel cells”, 7/3/09, The 4th  Sino-US Nano Meeting , July 2-3, 2009, USTC, Hefei, China
  98.  “Nanotechnology for cheaper and more durable fuel cells”, 8/11/09, Chemistry Department, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou China.
  99. “Nanotechnology for cheaper and more durable fuel cells”, 8/15/09, 2009 China – Workshop on Fuel Cell Science and Technology, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
  100. “Zeolite thin films: From computer chips to space station” 8/17/09 (Distinguished Lecture), Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Changchun, China.
  101. “Quaternary Phophonium based  Polymers: A New Class of Hydroxide Exchange Membranes”, 9/10/09, 3rd Sunrise Springs Fuel Cell Workshop, Santa Fe, NM.
  102. “Zeolite thin films: From computer chips to space station”, 10/14/09 (Plenary Lecture), The 15th Chinese National Zeolite Conference, Luoyang, Henan, China.
  103. “Nanotechnology for cheaper and more durable fuel cells”, 10/28/09, Department of Chemical Engineering, Yale University, New Haven, CT
  104. “Nanotechnology for cheaper and more durable fuel cells”, 2/1/10, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of California, Riverside, CA.
  105. “The Next 20 Years in Energy:Moving toward a clean/safe/sustainable energy future,” 3/10/10, Bourns College of Engineering 20th Anniversary Celebration, University of California, Riverside, CA.
  106. “Solar hydrogen and fuel cells: Toward a clean safe and sustainable energy future,”3/17/10, Catalysis Center, University of Delaware.
  107.  “Zeolite Thin Films: From computer chips to space station”, 5/23-5/26/10 (Plenary Lecture), The 5th International Zeolite Membrane Meeting, Loutraki, Greece.
  108. “Solar hydrogen and fuel cells: Toward a clean safe and sustainable energy future”, 6/5/10, 5th Sino-US Nano Forum,Suzhou Institute of Nanotechnology and Nanobioncs (SINANO), Chinese Academy of Sciences, Suzhou, China.
  109. “Solar hydrogen and fuel cells: Toward a clean safe and sustainable energy future”, 6/10/10, Department of Chemistry, Fudan University, China.
  110. “Fuel cells and solar hydrogen: Toward a clean safe and sustainable energy future”, 7/11/10, 8th International Symposium on New Materials and Nanomaterials for Electrochemical Systems, Shanghai, China.
  111. “Zeolite thin films: From computer chips to space station”, 7/16/10, Research Institute of Petroleum Processing, Sinopec, Beijing, China.
  112. “Polymer hydroxide exchange membranes: Fuel cells, energy storage, and solar hydrogen”, 7/26/10, Gordon Research Conference on Membranes, New London, NH.
  113. “Polymer hydroxide exchange membranes: Fuel cells, energy storage, and solar hydrogen”, 8/24/10 (Plenary Lecture), The American Chemical Society Annual Fall Meeting, Boston, MA.
  114. “Fuel cells and solar hydrogen: Toward a clean safe and sustainable energy future”, 8/31/10, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champion, IL.
  115. “Polymer hydroxide exchange membranes: Fuel cells, energy storage, and solar hydrogen”, 9/28/10, F-Cell, Stuttgart, Germany.
  116. “Polymer hydroxide exchange membranes: Fuel cells, energy storage, and solar hydrogen,” 10/10 – 10/15/10, The Electrochemical Society Meeting, Las Vegas, NV.
  117. “Fuel cells, energy storage, and solar hydrogen: Toward a clean safe and sustainable energy future”,10/8/10, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley
  118. “Polymer hydroxide exchange membranes: Fuel cells, energy storage, and solar hydrogen”, 10/10 – 10/15/10, The Electrochemical Society Meeting, Las Vegas, NV.
  119. “Fuel cells and solar hydrogen: Toward a clean safe and sustainable energy future”, 11/16/10, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Texas, Austin, TX.
  120. “Zeolite thin films: From computer chips to space station” 1/5/10, Department of Chemical Engineering, Nanjing University of Technology, Nanjing, China.
  121. “Fuel cells, energy storage, and solar hydrogen: Toward a clean safe and sustainable energy future”, 1/28/11, Energy Materials Center, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
  122. “Fuel cells, energy storage, and solar hydrogen: Toward a clean safe and sustainable energy future”, 3/1/11, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of New Mexico
  123. “Fuel cells, energy storage, and solar hydrogen: Toward a clean safe and sustainable energy future”, 3/18/11, Department of Chemical Engineering, Michigan Technological University.
  124. “Membranes: From zeolites to polymers”, 3/29/11, E. V. Murphree Award Symposium in honor of Norman Li, American Chemical Society Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA.
  125. “Fuel cells, energy storage, and solar hydrogen: Toward a clean safe and sustainable energy future”, 4/28/11, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA.
  126. “Polymer Hydroxide Exchange Membranes: Fuel Cells, Energy Storage, and Solar Hydrogen”, 7/2/11, 6th Sino-US Nano Forum, Jilin University, Changchun, China.
  127. “Fuel cells, energy storage, and solar hydrogen: Toward a clean safe and sustainable energy future”, 7/8/11, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  128. “Fuel cells, energy storage, and solar hydrogen: Toward a clean safe and sustainable energy future”, 7/11/11, School  of Automotive Studies, Tongji University, Shanghai, China
  129. “Fuel cells, energy storage, and solar hydrogen: Toward a clean safe and sustainable energy future”, 10/26/11, Department of Chemical Engineering, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA
  130. “Hydroxide exchange membranes: Fuel cells, energy storage, and solar hydrogen”, 11/9/11, The 6th Sino-US Chemical Engineering Conference, Beijing, China
  131. “Fuel cells, energy storage, and solar hydrogen: Toward a clean, safe and sustainable energy future”, 11/10/11, Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China
  132. “Fuel cells, energy storage, and solar hydrogen: Toward a clean, safe and sustainable energy future”, 11/10/11, School of Chemical Engineering, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Beijing, China
  133.  “Fuel cells, energy storage, and solar hydrogen: Toward a clean, safe and sustainable energy future”, 11/11/11, Department of Chemical Engineering, Tianjin University, Tianjin, China
  134.  “Fuel cells, energy storage, and solar hydrogen: Toward a clean, safe and sustainable energy future”, 11/14/11, Department of Chemistry, Northeastern University, Shenyang, China
  135. “Fuel cells, energy storage, and solar hydrogen: Toward a clean, safe and sustainable energy future”, 12/5/11, Department of Chemical Engineering, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA
  136. “Zeolite Thin Films: From Computer Chips to Space Station”, 12/9/11, Northeast Corridor Zeolite Association, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.
  137. “Clean Energy: Flash without Flame”, 3/7/12, Distinguished Engineering Professor Inaugural Lecture, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
  138. “Clean Energy: Flash without Flame”, 3/29/12, Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology, Daegu, Korea
  139. “Sustainable Energy: Flash without Flame”, 4/15/12, TEDxUD, Inaugural Meeting, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
  140. “Clean Energy: Flash without Flame”, 6/12/12, University of Delaware Energy Institute (UDEI) Annual Review, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
  141. “Zeolite Thin Films for Water and Energy Applications”, 8/1/12 (Keynote Lecture), ZMPC 2012, Hiroshima, Japan
  142. “Hydroxide Exchange Membranes for Energy Conversion and Storage”, 8/22/2012, The 1st International Symposium on Polymer Ecomaterials (PEM2012), Changchun, China
  143. “Hydroxide exchange membrane fuel cells”, 10/18/2012, University of Delaware Energy Institute Fuel Cell Workshop.
  144. “Zeolite thin films and coatings”, 11/14/2012, ExxonMobil, Clinton, NJ
  145. “Hydroxide exchange membranes: Fuel cells, solar hydrogen and flow batteries”, 1/10/2013, Tsinghua and UD Workshop on Energy and Environment, Tsinghua University, Shenzhen, China.
  146. “Clean energy: Hydroxide exchange membrane fuel cells and flow batteries”, 5/15/13, UD Energy Institute Annual Review.
  147. “Hydroxide Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells: New Membranes and Catalysts”, 6/14/2013, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics Symposium on Fuel Cells, Dalian, China.
  148. “Adamantane-Centered 3D Covalent Organic Frameworks as Ultra-Low-k Materials”, 6/18/2013, 6th International Zeolite Membrane Meeting (IZMM 2013), Jeju Island, South Korea.
  149. “Hydroxide Exchange Membranes: Fuel cells, electrolyzers, solar hydrogen, and flow battery”, 7/25/13, Anion-Exchange Membranes for Energy Generation Technologies Workshop, University of Surrey, Guilford, UK.
  150. “Nonprecious Metal Catalysts for Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers, and Solar Hydrogen Generators”, 9/9/13, American Chemical Society Meeting, Indianapolis, Indiana.
  151. “Clean Energy: Flash without Flame”, 9/26/13, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Missouri.
  152. “Hydroxide exchange membranes and zeolite membranes”, 11/8/13, Air Liquide, Newark, DE.
  153. “Clean Energy: Flash without Flame”, 11/19/13, University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, China
  154. “Hydroxide exchange membranes for electrochemical energy conversion and storage”, 5/29/14, Department of Applied Chemistry, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Beijing, China.
  155. “Hydroxide exchange membranes for electrochemical energy conversion and storage”, 6/4/14, The 5th AEARU5 Advanced Materials Workshop, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong, China.
  156. “Hydroxide exchange membranes for electrochemical energy conversion and storage”, 7/20/14 (Keynote Lecture), The 10th International Congress on Membranes and Membrane Processes (ICOM2014), Suzhou, China.
  157. “Hydroxide Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells: New Membranes and Catalysts”, 7/24/14, Wuhan University, China.
  158. “Catalysts for Hydroxide Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells”, 7/28/14, Department of Applied Chemistry, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Beijing, China.
  159. “Toward a Distributed Renewable Electrochemical Energy and Mobility System: Electrocatalysis for fuel cells”, 11/14/14, Annual Review, Center for Catalytic Science and Technology, University of Delaware, Newark, DE.
  160. “Covalent organic frameworks (COFs): From design to applications”, 11/12/14, ExxonMobil, Clinton, NJ.
  161. “Toward a Distributed Renewable Electrochemical Energy and Mobility System: Electrocatalysis for fuel cells”, 11/12/14, The Catalysis Society of New York, Summerset, New Jersey.
  162. “Polymer Hydroxide Exchange Membranes for Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage”, 11/17/14, Membrane Research and Innovation Activities around the World, American Institute of Chemical Engineers Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  163. “Double Membrane Redox Flow Batteries for Economical and Efficient Renewable Electricity Storage”, 11/17/14, Inorganic Materials Plenary: Honorary Session for Prof. Michael Tsapatsis, American Institute of Chemical Engineers Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  164. “Covalent organic frameworks (COFs): from design to applications”, 12/15/14, Northeast Corridor Zeolite Association, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.
  165. “Toward a Distributed Renewable Electrochemical Energy and Mobility System: Electrocatalysis and polymer electrolytes for fuel cells”, 1/13/15, Chemical Engineering, Drexel, Philadelphia, PA.
  166. “Toward a Distributed Renewable Electrochemical Energy and Mobility System: Electrocatalysis and polymer electrolytes for fuel cells”, 3/5/15, Chemical Engineering, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.
  167. “Toward a Distributed Renewable Electrochemical Energy and Mobility System: Non-precious metal hydrogen and oxygen evolution catalysts, 5/26/2015 (keynote), The Electrochemical Chemical Society Meeting, Chicago, IL.
  168. “Toward a Distributed Renewable Electrochemical Energy and Mobility System: Electrocatalysis and polymer electrolytes for fuel cells”, 6/19/15, Institute of Advanced Studies Lecture, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong, China.
  169. “Toward a Distributed Renewable Electrochemical Energy and Mobility System: Electrocatalysis and polymer electrolytes for fuel cells”, 6/22/15, SUSTC Chemical Science Lectureship, South University of Science and Technology of China, Shenzhen, China
  170. “Polymer hydroxide exchange membrane fuel cells: Electrocatalysis and polymer electrolytes”, 6/23/15, Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University, Xiamen, China.
  171. "Toward a Distributed Renewable Electrochemical Energy and Mobility System: Electrocatalysis and polymer electrolytes for fuel cells”, 6/25/15, Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology and Engineering, Ningbo, China.
  172. “Toward a Distributed Renewable Electrochemical Energy and Mobility System: Electrocatalysis and polymer electrolytes for fuel cells”, 9/30/15, Chemical Engineering, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY
  173. “Toward a Distributed Renewable Electrochemical Energy and Mobility System: Electrocatalysis and polymer electrolytes for fuel cells”, 10/14/15 (Keynote Lecture), Sino-US Chemical Engineering Conference, Shanghai, China
  174. “Zeolite Thin Films: From Computer Chips to Space Station”, 10/16/15, Sinopec, Beijing, China.
  175. “Covalent organic frameworks (COFs): From design to applications”, 10/16/15, Sinopec, Beijing, China.
  176. “Toward a Distributed Renewable Electrochemical Energy and Mobility System: Electrocatalysis and polymer electrolytes for fuel cells”, 10/20/15, Energy Institute, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
  177. “Toward a Distributed Renewable Electrochemical Energy and Mobility System: Electrocatalysis and polymer electrolytes for fuel cells”, 10/21/15, Chemical Engineering, University of Houston, Houston, TX.
  178. “Toward a Distributed Renewable Electrochemical Energy and Mobility System: Electrocatalysis and polymer electrolytes for fuel cells”, 10/26/15, Nano Science, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.
  179. “Toward a Distributed Renewable Electrochemical Energy and Mobility System: Electrocatalysis and polymer electrolytes for fuel cells”, 1/22/16, Fuel Cell Catalysis Workshop, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China.
  180. “Organic covalent frameworks: From design to applications”, 1/25/16, Porous Materials Workshop, Jilin University, Zhuhai, China.
  181. “Toward a Distributed Renewable Electrochemical Energy and Mobility System: Electrocatalysis and polymer electrolytes for fuel cells”, 3/30/16, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM.
  182. “AMFC Challenges: Electrocatalysis”, 4/1/16, DOE AMFC Workshop, Phoenix, AZ.
  183. “Electrocatalysis for hydroxide exchange membrane fuel cells, 5/30/16 (Keynote Lecture), ECS meeting, San Diego, CA.
  184. “Toward a Distributed Renewable Electrochemical Energy and Mobility System: Electrocatalysis and polymer electrolytes for fuel cells”, 7/21/16 (Plenary Lecture), Global Chinese Chemical Engineering Symposium, Singapore
  185. “Covalent organic frameworks and membranes”, 8/20/16 (Keynote Lecture), 7th International Zeolite Membrane Materials, Dalian, China
  186. “Toward a Distributed Renewable Electrochemical Energy and Mobility System: Electrocatalysis and polymer electrolytes for fuel cells”, 9/21/16, Department of Chemistry, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China
  187. “Platinum-free fuel cells for zero-emission cars”, 9/25/16 (Plenary Lecture), 2016 International Forum on Advanced Materials, organized by the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Engineering, Nanjing, China
  188. “Toward a Distributed Renewable Electrochemical Energy and Mobility System: Electrocatalysis and polymer electrolytes for fuel cells”, 9/29/16, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma
  189. "Toward a Distributed Renewable Electrochemical Energy and Mobility System: Electrocatalysis”, 11/21/16 (Plenary Lecture), Nanoscale Science and Engineering Forum Award Lecture, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, San Francisco

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