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Shuguang Deng


Dr. Shuguang Deng joined Arizona State University (Tempe, AZ) in August 2015 as a Professor of Chemical Engineering in the School of Engineering of Matter, Transport, and Energy. Dr. Deng received B.S. (1984) and M.S. (1987) from Zhejiang University in China, and Ph.D. (1996) from University of Cincinnati, all in chemical engineering. Dr. Deng has 12-year industrial R&D experience with Sinopec (R&D manager, 1987-1992) and BOC (lead research engineer, 1996-2003). Dr. Deng has received several awards in his career, including Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Energy Conservation (Moscow, Russia, 2013); Westhafer Award for Excellence in Research and Creative Activity (2012), University Research Distinguished Career Award (2011), Millionaire Researcher (2010), College of Engineering Distinguished Bromilow Excellence in Research Award (2009); Bob Davis Endowed Professorship (2005), Innovation Excellence Award (BOC, 2001), and Innovation Achievement Award (BOC, 1999). As of August 2017, Dr. Deng has published over 160 refereed journal papers, holds 17 patents. His publications have received 5000+ SCI citations (h-index of 38), 7800+ Google Scholar Citations (h-index of 47).

Research Interests:

Dr. Deng’s group is currently working in three areas that are relevant to sustainable developments 1) Synthesis, characterization and application of porous materials as adsorbents, catalysts, and membranes for sustainable energy and clean water 2) Development of efficient processes for converting biomass to bioenergy and bioproducts; 3) Applications of adsorption technology in environmental protection: water treatment, carbon dioxide capture and utilization.

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