清华大学环境学院

School of Environment

Name CHEN Jianjun
Division Division of Air Pollution and Its Control
TitleAssociate Professor
AddressSchool of Environment, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China
Tel(86)-10-62771093
E-mailchenjianjun@tsinghua.edu.cn


Education background

09/2000-06/2004     Fudan University  Department of Environmental Science and Engineering     B.S.

09/2004-06/2007     Tsinghua University Department of Environmental Science and Engineering M.S.

10/2011-12/2014     University of Caen  Laboratoire Catalyse et Spectrochimie (LCS)                   Ph.D

Experience

12/2014-07/2015       University of Caen, Laboratoire Catalyse et Spectrochimie, Post-Doc

07/2007-10/2010       Beijing Guodian Longyuan Co., Ltd (and) Jiangsu Longyuan Catalyst Co., Ltd

10/2016 to present    School of Environment,Tsinghua University, Associate  Professor

Areas of Research Interests/ Research Projects

Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) of NOx at low temperature;Catalytic combustion of VOCs;MoS2-based HDS catalysis;

Research Status

1. Effect of MoS2 morphology on the formation and catalytic performance of active sites on CoMo-based catalysts, National Natural Science Foundation of China, Fundamental Projects.

2. Development of a novel SO2-resistant LT-SCR catalyst based on the strategy of basic-site control, Ministry of National Science and Technology, Application Projects.

3. Relationship of MoS2 morphology and catalytic activity of CoMo-based HDS catalysts. Ministère de l'éducation nationale, France.

4. Study on Efficient DeNOx Catalysts and Development of Key Production Equipments. State 863 Projects.

5. R&D and Industrialization of DeNOx Catalysts Used in High Dust Flue Gas of Coal-fired Power Plants. Project Supported by the Special Fund of Jiangsu Province for the Transformation of Scientific and Technological Achievements.

Academic Achievement

1. Master

(1) J. Chen, J. Li*, and C. Luo. Effects of precursors on the surface Mn species and SCR activities of MnOx/TiO2 catalysts. Abstracts of papers of the American Chemical Society. 233 (2007). 621.

(2) J. Li*, J. Chen, R. Ke, C. Luo, and J. Hao. Effects of precursors on the surface Mn species and the activities for NO reduction over MnOX/TiO2 catalysts, Catal. Commun. 8( 2007) 1896-1900.

(3) J. Chen, J. Li, et al. Effect of vanadium and tungsten loadings on the surface characteristics and catalytic activities of V2O5-WO3/TiO2 catalysts. Environmental Science. 2007, 28(9):1949-1953. (in Chinese)

2. Ph.D

(1) J. Chen, E. Dominguez Garcia; E. Oliviero; L. Oliviero*; F. Maugé. Effect of high pressure sulfidation on the morphology and reactivity of MoS2 slabs on MoS2/Al2O3 catalyst prepared with citric acid. J. Catal., 339(2016) 153-162.

(2) J. Chen, E. Dominguez Garcia, L. Oliviero*, and F. Maugé. How the CO molar extinction coefficient influences the quantification of active sites from CO adsorption followed by IR spectroscopy? A case study on MoS2/Al2O3 catalysts prepared with citric acid. J. Catal., 322 (2015) 77-82. (Featured Article)

(3) J. Chen*, L. Oliviero, X. Portier, and F. Maugé. On the morphology of MoS2 slabs on MoS2/Al2O3 catalysts: the influence of Mo loading. RSC Adv., 5 (2015) 81038-81044.

(4) J. Chen, F. Maugé, J. El Fallah, and L. Oliviero*. IR spectroscopy evidence of MoS2 morphology change by citric acid addition on MoS2/Al2O3 catalysts - A step forward to differentiate the reactivity of M-edge and S-edge. J. Catal., 320 (2014) 170-179.

(5) J. Chen, V. Labruyere, F. Mauge?, A. Quoineaud, A. Hugon, and L. Oliviero*. IR spectroscopic evidence for MoS2 morphology change with sulfidation temperature on MoS2/Al2O3 catalyst. J. Phys. Chem. C, 118 (2014), 30039-30044.

3. After Ph.D

(1) J. Chen, X. Wang, Y. Yue, H. Guo, J. Mi, Y. Cao, L. Jiang. CoMo sulfur-tolerant water-gas shift catalyst derived from an Anderson-type heteropolyanion precursor. Catal. Commun. , 86 (2016) 19–22.

(2) J. Mi, Z. Lan, J. Chen, Y. Cao, L. Jiang. MgAl-LDO mixed oxide derived from layered double hydroxide: A potential support for CoMo sulfur-resistant water–gas shift catalyst. Catal. Commun., 78 (2016) 44–47.

(3) 9) X. Li, X. Li, J. Chen, J. Li, J. Hao, An efficient novel regeneration method for Ca-poisoning V2O5-WO3/TiO2 catalyst, Catal. Commun., 87 (2016) 45–48.

(4) 10) Y. Peng, W. Si, X. Li, J. Chen, J. Li, J. Crittenden, J. Hao, Investigation of the Poisoning Mechanism of Lead on the CeO2-WO3 Catalyst for the NH3-SCR Reaction via in Situ IR and Raman Spectroscopy Measurement, Environ. Sci. Technol., 50 (2016), 9576–9582.

(5) X. Wang, Z. Lan, Y. Liu, Y. Luo, J. Chen, L. Jiang, Y. Wang. Facile fabrication of hollow tubular mixed oxides for selective catalytic reduction of NOx at low temperature: a combined experimental and theoretical study. Chem. Commun., 2017.

(6) J. Chen, L. Cao, et al. China Patent. An apparatus for testing the abrasion strength of DeNOx catalyst. ZL200920037467.8.