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Assoc Prof Dr Jie Ding | Diethyl oxalate Β | Best Researcher Award.

Nanjing University of Science and Science,China

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πŸ‘¨β€πŸŽ“ Bio Summary:

Jie Ding is an Associate Professor and Director of the Chemical Engineering Laboratory in the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at Nanjing University of Science and Technology. His research focuses on the hydrogenation of diethyl oxalate (DEO) and carbon dioxide (CO2). He has received awards for his work, including the First Prize of Jiangsu Province Science and Technology (2019, China), and his publications have been cited over 2500 times.

πŸŽ“ Education:

Dr. Jie Ding completed his Ph.D. at Nanjing University of Science and Technology, with a research stint in Maohong Fan’s group at the University of Wyoming during 2015-2016.

πŸ” Research Focus:

Dr. Ding’s primary research investigates the hydrogenation of diethyl oxalate (DEO) and carbon dioxide (CO2). His work, spanning over a decade, explores innovative methods for catalyst preparation and reaction mechanisms to enhance efficiency and selectivity in these processes.

πŸ† Honors & Awards:

Notable accolades include the First Prize of Jiangsu Province Science and Technology (2019) and the recognition of his Doctoral Dissertation as Excellent in Jiangsu Province (2018).

Professional Experience: πŸ’Ό

Dr. Ding serves as an Associate Professor and Director of the Chemical Engineering Laboratory at Nanjing University of Science and Technology. He actively engages in academic exchanges and has presented his research at various national and international conferences.

πŸ“š Top Noted Publications :

Highly dispersed Ag/SiO2 catalyst with weak metal-support interaction for diethyl oxalate hydrogenation to ethyl glycolate – This study focuses on a catalyst designed for the hydrogenation of diethyl oxalate to ethyl glycolate, utilizing highly dispersed silver on silica with weak metal-support interaction. The catalyst shows promising results for this conversion process.

Electronic state reconfiguration of oxygen-doped carbon nitride covalently linked resorcinol-melamine-formaldehyde photocatalysts for highly selective CO2 reduction to methanol – This research explores the electronic state reconfiguration of a specific photocatalyst for the highly selective reduction of CO2 to methanol, showcasing the importance of catalyst design in this process.

Self-Supporting Triphase Photocatalytic CO2 Reduction to CH3OH on Controllable Core-Shell Structure with Tunable Interfacial Wettability – This study presents a photocatalytic system for the reduction of CO2 to methanol, highlighting the importance of the core-shell structure with tunable interfacial wettability for enhanced catalytic performance.

Direct synthesis of urea from carbon dioxide and ammonia – Dr. Ding contributed to a study on the direct synthesis of urea from carbon dioxide and ammonia, demonstrating a sustainable approach to urea production.

Construction of sandwich-like Ag/UiO-66@g-C3N4 Z-scheme ternary heterojunction for photocatalytic CO2 conversion to CH3OH and CO – This research focuses on the construction of a ternary heterojunction photocatalyst for the conversion of CO2 to methanol and CO, highlighting the potential of such catalysts for carbon dioxide conversion.

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His publications include high-impact works, with several papers being recognized as ESI highly cited papers. This signifies the significant influence of his research within the scientific community.

πŸ“… Research Timeline:

Dr. Ding’s journey in research began with his participation in the 10th European Congress of Chemical Engineering in 2015. Since then, he has made substantial contributions to the field, culminating in recent advancements in the hydrogenation of DEO and CO2.

Assoc Prof Dr Jie Ding | Diethyl oxalate | Best Researcher Award |

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