Jianji Wang, Associate Editor
Henan Normal University, China
Jianji Wang was educated in Chemistry at Henan Normal University (HNU, China), and received his MSc at Wuhan University (China) and PhD at Yokohama National University (Japan). He worked as a visiting scholar at University College London (1987–1989) and research fellow at University of Surrey (1992–1993), UK.
He became a professor in the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering in 1994, and the founding director of the Key Laboratory of Green Chemical Media and Reactions, Ministry of Education, at HNU in 2009. Currently, he is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (UK). He serves as the chairman of Thermodynamics and Thermal Analysis Committee of Chinese Chemical Society, and the vice chairman of Ionic Liquids Committee of Chinese Chemical Engineering Society.
His work has primarily been focused on structure–property relationship of green solvent systems (such as ionic liquids, deep eutectic solvents) and their applications in green separation, CO2 capture/conversion, and biomass processing. He has authored around 300 papers in peer reviewed journals, and 4 books.