Huang, Bichun

Title:Professor

Gender:Female

Telephone:13650827005

Email:cebhuang@scut.edu.cn

Admissions major

  • Master's admissions major:

  • Master of academic degree: 083000| Environmental science and engineering.

  • Master of professional degree: 085700| Resources and environment.

  • Doctoral admissions major:

  • Doctor of academic degree: 083000| Environmental science and engineering.

  • Doctor of professional degree: 085700| Resources and environment.

Work Experience

  • 07/1996-12/2003: Lecturer and Associate Professor, South China University of Technology, College of Chemical Engineering

  • 02/2001-02/2002: Visiting Scholar, Department of Chemistry, University of Jinshan, South Africa

  • 01/2004-12/2012: Associate Professor and Professor, College of Environmental Science and Engineering, South China University of Technology

  • 04/2008-08/2008: Visiting Scholar, Department of Environmental Science, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA

  • 02/2013- Present: Professor, School of Environment and Energy, South China University of Technology

Educational Experience

  • 09/1983-07/1987: B.S., Inorganic Chemical Engineering, Jiangxi University of Technology

  • 09/1987-07/1990: M.S., Institute of Chemical Metallurgy, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chemical Metallurgy

  • 09/1993-07/1996: PhD., Industrial Catalysis, South China University of Technology

Field of research

  • Research and development of catalytic purification technology for atmospheric pollutants;

  • Research and development of new environmental functional materials;

  • Research and development of denitrification technology for coal-fired flue gas from stationary sources

Recent research projects

  • Structural design and reaction mechanism study of low temperature denitrification catalyst with high sulfur and water resistance , National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2015-2018.

  • Research and development of low-temperature rhodolite catalyst denitrification technology, Guangdong Provincial Science and Technology Plan Project, 2015-2017.

Academic achievements

  • Chenglong Yu,Bichun Huang*,Lifu Dong,Feng Chen,Xiaoqing Liu. In situ FT-IR study of Highly dispersed MnOx/SAPO-34 catalyst for low-temperature selective catalytic reduction of NOx by NH3, Catalysis Today, 2017, 281:610~620

  • Chenglong Yu,Bichun Huang*,Lifu Dong,Feng Chen,Yue Yang,Yinming Fan,Yingxin Yang,Xiaoqing Liu,Xinnan Wang. Effect of Pr/Ce addition on the catalytic performance and SO2 resistance of highly dispersed MnOx/SAPO-34 catalyst for NH3-SCR at low temperature. Chemical Engineering Journal, 2017, 316:1059~1068

  • Chenglong Yu,Feng Chen,Lifu Dong,Xiaoqing Liu,Bichun Huang*,Xinnan Wang,Shengbang Zhong. Manganese-rich MnSAPO-34 molecular sieves as an efficient catalyst for the selective catalytic reduction of NOx with NH3: one-pot synthesis, catalytic performance, and characterization. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2017,1~12

  • Chenglong Yu,Lifu Dong,Feng Chen,Bichun Huang*. Low temperature SCR of NOx by NH3 over MnOx/SAPO-34 prepared by two different methods: A comparative study. Environmental Technology, 2017,38: 1030-1042

  • Yu, Chenglong; Wang, Lishan;Huang, Bichun*. In Situ DRIFTS Study of the Low Temperature Selective Catalytic Reduction of NO with NH3 over MnOx Supported on Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Catalysts. Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 2015,15: 1017-1027

  • Siwei Pan; Hongcheng Luo; Li Li; Zhengle Wei;Bichun Huang*. H2O and SO2deactivation mechanism of MnOx/MWCNTs for low-temperature SCR of NOxwith NH3. Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical, 2013, 377: 154-161

  • Lishan Wang;Bichun Huang*; Yanxia Su; Guangying Zhou; Keliang Wang; Hongcheng Luo; Daiqi Ye. Manganese oxides supported on multi-walled carbon nanotubes for selective catalytic reduction of NO with NH3: Catalytic activity and characterization. Chemical Engineering Journal, 2012,192: 232-241

  • Wang, Keliang;Huang, Bichun*; Liu, Dongmei; Ye, Daiqi. Ordered mesoporous carbons with various pore sizes: Preparation and naphthalene adsorption performance. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 2012,125: 3368-3375