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Professor : Jianjun Dai

Part one: overall information

Education Background:

Ph.D - Chemical Engineering, University of British Columbia, Canada

Master - Tianjin University, China

Bachelor - Chemical Engineering (Chemical Process Machinery), Tianjin University, China

Bachelor - Industrial Management Engineering, Tianjin University, China

 

Work Experience:

(1)  Process Test and Development Engineer (Technical lead, P. Eng), G4 Insights Inc., Burnaby, Canada, 2011-2015

(2)  Research Scientists/Engineer (P. Eng), Carbon Engineering Ltd. (Energy and Environmental Systems Group at University of Calgary), Calgary, Canada, 2008 - 2011

(3)  Research Assistant, Research Fellow-Fluidization Research Centre/Biomass and Bioenergy Research Group/Clean Energy Research Centre, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 2003-2008

(4)  Chemical Process (Equipment) Engineer and Project Lead, Material and Equipment Division, China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation (SINOPEC), Beijing, China, 1996-2002

Others:

(1)    Professional Engineer (Canada) (2009-present)

(2)    Member of Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta, Canada

(3)    Member of China Equipment Association (Canada)

(4)    Member of Biomass Energy and Environmental Engineering Research Centre

 

Lead of Thermochemical Conversion Lab at BUCT

Part two: your main job in BUCT

Primary research interests: solid wastes pyrolysis and gasification, bio-fuels synthesis and bio-methane production, fluidized beds and moving beds, biomass pre-treatment and densification, waste-water and sludge treatment ,various e-wastes handling and treatment, chemical looping combustion and gasification, process simulation and modeling, process integration and optimization

Part three: suggestions for perspective students

Suggestions for Ph.D and/or Master Degrees Applicants:

(1)  Good knowledge in Chemical and/or Mechanical Engineering

(2)  Strong interests in research and technology development

(3)  Ability to manage multiple projects with minimal supervision

(4)  Good communication skills

| | Source: International Exchanges and Cooperation Department | Date: 2015-12-01