Hongxing Dai


Hongxing Dai (born in August, 1964) is a Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, College of Environmental and Energy Engineering, Beijing University of Technology. He obtained his Ph.D. Degree in the Department of Chemistry at Hong Kong Baptist University in 2001. He has been a postdoctoral fellow in the University of California at Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Supervisors: Profs. A.T. Bell and E.Iglesia). He is now the Head of Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. He works on heterogeneous catalysis, photocatalysis, and nanoporous materials synthesis. Up to now, He has published over 250 articles in internationally renowned journals and two book chapters. He has given many keynote and invited lectures at various academic conferences. He serves as the editorial board members of several international journals and as the reviewer of over 140 international journals.

Research Interests:

  • Controlled synthesis, characterization, and environmental applications in heterogeneous catalysis and photocatalysis of macro-, meso-, and microporous nanomaterials
  • Catalyst preparation, characterization, and catalytic hydrocarbon conversion
  • Developments of three-way catalytic converters for automotive exhaust removal
  • Catalytic decomposition of nitrogen oxides and their selective catalytic reduction
  • Total oxidation of carbon monoxide and methane over catalysts such as oxygen-deficient perovskite-type oxides and halo-oxides, metal nitrides and oxynitrides, supported metal oxides

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