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关于举办加拿大麦吉尔大学Yixiang Wang博士学术讲座的通知
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讲座题目:Recycling of cellulosic wastes into functionalmaterials

讲座形式:线上与线下相结合

讲座时间:2021年6月15日10:00—11:00(线上)

报告会地点:13号楼二楼东糖厅(线下)

报告人:Yixiang Wang 博士,助理教授(加拿大麦吉尔大学)

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食品科学与工程学院

2021年6月10日

报告人简介:

Dr. YixiangWang is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Food Science andAgricultural Chemistry at McGill University, Canada. Dr. Wang received his BScin Chemistry and Doctoral degree in Polymer Chemistry and Physics from WuhanUniversity, China. Following a post-doctoral fellowship at University ofAlberta, Dr. Wang worked there as a Research Associate from 2012 to 2017. Dr.Wang conducts research related to the fabrication of natural polymer basednano/micro particles, nano/micro fibers, composite films and hydrogels, and theunderstanding of relationship between molecular structure and functionalproperties. The overall aim is to explore a systematic approach to developvalue-added applications of natural polymers in functional food andbiodegradable materials. Dr. Wang has authored/co-authored 74 journal articles(h-index 26, i10-index 51, citations 2288), 4 book chapters, and 1 patent. Hehas been serving as reviewer for many leading journals in the fields of food,polymer, and materials.

报告摘要:

The amount ofbiomass wastes is rapidly increasing, which leads to numerous disposal problemsand governance issues. Thus, the recycling and reuse of biomass wastes intovalue-added applications have attracted more and more attention. Waste paper isa major contributor to municipal and industrial waste, and its recycle andreuse are a current challenge. At the same time, more than 10 million tons oftextile waste are disposed through landfill every year in North America.Therefore, based on the understanding of various structures, conformations andinteractions, we aim to recycle cellulosic wastes into functional materialswith desirable properties for food and agricultural applications.