Prof. King Lun YEUNG

Research Area | Research Interests | Current Research Activities | Teaching Assignments | Publications

Research Area

Advanced Materials, Environmental Engineering - Nanostructured and Nanoporous Materials, Environmental Catalysis, Chemical Microreactors and Microseparators

Research Interests

Rational design and synthesis of functional nanostructured and nanoporous materials for green chemical and energy production, environmental protection and pollution abatement, and biological research and medical applications.

Current Research Activities

Synthesis of advanced materials for thin film coating, membranes and sensors; membrane and catalyst technology for waste minimization and pollution control; advanced reactor design and analysis.

Teaching Assignments

2017-18 Spring: CBME5110 - Theory and Practice in Heterogeneous Catalysis
2017-18 Spring: CENG1700 - Introduction to Environmental Engineering
2017-18 Spring: ENVR3210 - Environmental Technology
2018-19 Spring: CBME5110 - Theory and Practice in Heterogeneous Catalysis
2018-19 Spring: CENG1700 - Introduction to Environmental Engineering
2018-19 Spring: ENVR3210 - Environmental Technology

Recent Publications

  • Deng, Ran; Han, Wei; Yeung, King Lun "Confined PFSA/MOF composite membranes in fuel cells for promoted water management and performance", Catalysis Today, 2018 (2018)
  • Ding, Jianfei; Ma, Tianlin; Shao, Rong; Xu, Wei; Wang, Pengfei; Song, Xiaoyong; Guan, Rongfeng; Yeung, King Lun; Han, W. "Gas phase dehydration of glycerol to acrolein on an amino siloxane-functionalized MCM-41 supported Wells-Dawson type H6P2W18O62 catalyst", New Journal of Chemistry, v. 42, (17), September 2018, p. 14271-14280 (2018)
  • He, Kailin; Han, Wei; Yeung, King Lun "Preparation and Performance of Catalytic MOFs in Microreactor", Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers, 31 August 2018 (2018)
  • Ortega-Liebana, M.Carmen; Hueso, J.L.; Ferdousi, Shammi Akter; Arenal, Raul; Irusta, Silvia; Yeung, King Lun; Santamaria, Jesus "Extraordinary Sensitizing Effect of Co-doped Carbon Nanodots Derived from Mate Herb: Application to Enhanced Photocatalytic Degradation of Chlorinated Wastewater Compounds under Visible Light", Applied Catalysis. B, Environmental, June 2017 (2017)
  • Zhang, Jian., Zhang, Xiongfu., Liu, Weifeng., Liu, Haiou., Qiu, Jieshan., Yeung, King Lun., "A new alkali-resistant Ni/Al2O3-MSU-1 core-shell catalyst for methane steam reforming in a direct internal reforming molten carbonate fuel cell", Journal of power sources. v. 246, January 2014, p. 74-83 (2014)

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