We are delighted to welcome Professor Bin Liu and Professor Andrew Weller as our newest Catalysis Science & Technology Associate Editors.
Bin received his B.Eng. (1st Class Honours) and M.Eng. degrees in Chemical Engineering from the National University of Singapore in 2002 and 2004 respectively, and obtained his Ph.D. degree in Chemical Engineering from University of Minnesota in 2011. Thereafter, he moved to University of California, Berkeley, and worked as a postdoctoral researcher in Department of Chemistry during 2011 – 2012, before joining School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering at Nanyang Technological University as an Assistant Professor in 2012. He is now an Associate Professor at Nanyang Technological University.
As a Catalysis Science & Technology Associate Editor, Professor Bin Liu will provide his expertise in particular in the fields of:
- Energy conversion
- Operando in situ methods
Send your best catalysis science and technology work in these areas to Professor Liu now: click here to submit.
Andrew Weller is Professor of Inorganic Chemistry at the University of York, UK. Prior to this he was Professor of Chemistry at the University of Oxford for 13 years. He moved to Oxford in 2007, after starting his independent career at the University Bath in 1999 as a Royal Society University Research Fellow. He is currently a holder of an EPSRC Established Career Fellowship, and was recipient of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Frankland and Dalton Transactions European Lectureship awards.
His research focus is on the organometallic chemistry of the transition metals and homogeneous catalysis. In particular, he develops organometallic complexes that are “operationally unsaturated”, that lead to highly efficient, selective, catalysts for a wide variety of important bond activation processes in both solution and single-crystalline phases.
As a Catalysis Science & Technology Associate Editor, Professor Andrew Weller will provide his expertise in particular in the fields of:
- Homogeneous catalysis
- Organometallic chemistry
- C–H, B–H and C–C activation
Send your best catalysis science and technology work in these areas to Professor Weller now: click here to submit.