New Engineered Membranes for Separation and Reaction
Professor Kang Li has been a Professor of Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London since 2007. Currently, he leads a research group (12 post-docs/PhDs) at Imperial to conduct multidisciplinary research in membrane science, solid oxide fuel cells, wastewater treatment, membrane catalysis, separation processes and reaction engineering. He received Rector’s Award and Research Excellence Award at Imperial in 2007 and MND R&D Award 2013, Singapore. His commitment to working at interdisciplinary boundaries is evidenced by his involvements as an editor in Current Opinion in Chemical Engineering, Elsevier (Chemical Engineering), as an editorial board member of Journal of Membrane Science, Elsevier (Membrane Technology) Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology, Wiley (Chemical Technology) and Polymers, MDPI, Switzerland (Polymer Science) and as a guest editor in Reactive and Functional Polymers, Elsevier (Functional Polymers) and International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Elsevier (Energy). He has published extensively in international referred journals (cited over 11300 times) with h-index of 58 (Google Scholar) and has authored a book on Ceramic Membranes for Separation and Reaction (Wiley 2007). Kang Li has been named as one of most cited researchers in Chemical Engineering by Shanghai Jiaotong University.