|材料化学工程国家重点实验室学术报告Fast CO2-selective aligned channels in mixed-matrix membranes
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报告题目：Fast CO2-selective aligned channels in mixed-matrix membranes
报告人：Prof. Michael D. Guiver
Michael D. Guiver obtained his BSc (London University) and MSc (Carleton University) in Chemistry, and his PhD in Polymer Chemistry from Carleton University in 1988. He has been an Editor for the Journal of Membrane Science since 2009. He served on the Editorial Advisory Board for Macromolecules and ACS Macro Letters, American Chemical Society, from 2013-2015. He is also on the International Advisory Board of Macromolecular Research and on the Editorial Board of Polymers. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, and is currently a member of the International Advisory Board of the Barrer Centre, Imperial College, UK. From 1987-2014, he was a scientist at the National Research Council Canada. In 2009-2013, he joined the Department of Energy Engineering at Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea as a WCU distinguished visiting professor, under the “World Class University” program. From 2013 onwards, he has been a BK21-Plus visiting professor at Hanyang University. He is now a National 1000-Plan Foreign Experts professor at the State Key Laboratory of Engines, Tianjin University, China. His ongoing research interests are in membrane materials, specifically polymer electrolyte membranes for fuel cell and battery applications and the development of specialized microporous polymers for gas separations.
Michael D. Guiver has published over 200 SCI articles in Nature, Nature Materials, Science, Progress in Polymer Science, Energy & Environmental Science, Advanced Materials, Advanced Functional Materials, Angewandte Chemie Int. Ed., Chemical Communications, Chemistry of Materials, ChemSusChem, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, Journal of Power Sources, Macromolecules, Journal of Membrane Science etc. He has authored 11 book chapters and holds about 25 patents and patent applications in the area of polymeric membrane materials.