Faculty Profile
  XU Tongwen
Department: Department of Chemistry
Mailing Address:
Department of Chemistry, University of Science and Technology of China, 96 Jinzhai Rd, Hefei, Anhui, 230026, PR China
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Research Profile

Xu Tongwen, Ph.D.(1995), Chemical Engineering, Tianjin University; Jan.2002, professor,USTC; Apr.2002, Ph.D. supervisor, USTC; Sep.-Dec.2000, Sep.-Oct.2001, Dec.2006-Aug.2007, Nov.2007-Feb.2008, did joint research in Membrane Technology in University of Tokyo, Tokyo University of Technology and Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology as exchange scholar of Chinese and Japanese universities, JSPS visiting scholar and visiting professor of Brain Pool, Korea; editor of three English monographs, eg: Advances in Membrane Science and Technology (Nova Science Publishers), executive editor of international journal Annals of Biological Research, member of editorial advisory for 9 international journals, eg: J. Membrane Sci and 2 national journals Tchnology of Water Control and Membrane Science and Technology; invited reviewer of 78 international journals or monographs, eg: JACS, Chemistry of Materials; these years has been doing research on membrane technology and its application, and being supervisor of 21 PhD. students, 13 master students and 4 postdoctoral fellows; take charge of one key project and 6 surface projects of National Natural Science Funds, two international cooperational project, one Knowledge Innovation project of CAS and 20 projects supported by Ministry of education and provincial government; published over 170 SCI papers, among which 100 on SCI high impact journals, 140 EI papers; cited on SCI for over 1300 times; H factor is 25; 24 patents, with 17 licensed; won four First Prize and two Second Prize of provincial award (including industtry association); supported by National Natural Science Funds for Distinguished Young Scientists in 2010. http://membrane.ustc.edu.cn/twxu/twxu.htm
Selected Publications
Recruitment information
master, Ph.D or Post Doc with backgrounds of Chemical engineering, polymers and membranes.