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Huanting Wang

Huanting Wang

Professor and Associate Dean (International)
Huanting.Wang@monash.edu

B.Eng. (Inorganic Materials), East China University of Science and Technology, 1988
M.S. (Polymer Chemistry), University of Science and Technology of China, 1994
Ph.D. (Materials Chemistry), University of Science and Technology of China, 1997

Professional Appointments

2010-present: Professor of Chemical Engineering, and Associate Dean (International) (2010-2011, 2014-), Faculty of Engineering, ARC Future Fellow (FT3, 2010- 2014), Deputy Head of Department (2012-2014), Chemical Engineering, Monash University
2007-2009: Reader, Department of Chemical Engineering, Monash University
2005-2006: Senior Lecturer and ARC QEII Fellow (2005-2008), Department of Chemical Engineering, Monash University
2004-2005: ARC QEII Fellow, Australian Key Centre for Microscopy and Microanalysis, Electron Microscope Unit, The University of Sydney
2002-2004: Research Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, The University of Hong Kong
2000-2002: Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Riverside
1998-2000: Postdoctoral Scholar, Chemical Engineering, California Institute of Technology
1994-1995: Lecturer, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Anhui Institute of Architecture and Industry, China
1988-1991: Process Engineer, Hefei Glass General Factory, China

Professional Affiliations

  • Fellow, The Royal Society of Chemistry
  • Senior Member, American Institute of Chemical Engineers

Current Research and Professional Interests

Nanomaterials and Membranes Laboratory

https://sites.google.com/site/huantingwangroup/

1. Nanomaterials

  • Zeolites, Metal organic frameworks (MOF), and Nanoporous carbons
  • Nanocomposites, Nanofibers, and Nanostructured ceramics

2. Membranes and catalysts

  • Ceramic membranes, Polymer membranes, Nanoporous (zeolite, MOF, carbon) membranes, and Composite membranes
  • Electrode catalysts, and Nanocatalysts

3. Separation and fuel cells

  • Gas separation, wastewater treatment and desalination
  • Proton exchange membranes and anion exchange membranes for fuel cells
  • Nanoporous electrodes for solid oxide fuel cells and low temperature fuel cells

4. Green chemical technology

  • Energy-efficient separation
  • Biofuel powered fuel cells