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9月18日美国康奈尔大学教授Fengqi You讲座通知
2018-09-11 09:06  

讲座题目:Food-Energy-Water-Waste Nexus and Multi-Scale Life Cycle Sustainability Analytics


讲座时间:2018-9-18 16:40




应ag亚集团官方网站冯霄教授邀请,美国康奈尔大学(Cornell University)化学工程系著名教授Fengqi You(尤峰崎)将于9.17-18访问我校并与9.18下午16:40-18:30在主楼D-306面向全校师生做学术讲座,题目为“Food-Energy-Water-Waste Nexus and Multi-Scale Life Cycle Sustainability Analytics”,欢迎全校,尤其是化工工程领域的本科生,研究生和相关老师前来聆听并就学习、深造和研究相关问题进行交流。

尤峰崎,现任美国康奈尔大学(Cornell University)终身讲席教授(Roxanne E. and Michael J. Zak Professor),是康奈尔大学历史上最年轻的终身教授之一。过程能源环境系统工程研究室主任, 以及化学工程、系统工程、应用数学,和运筹与信息工程等专业博士生导师。科研方向涵盖过程工程、先进制造、能源系统、环境科学。现任Computers & Chemical Engineering副主编,AIChE Journal顾问编辑,和ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering编委。

他于2001至2005年就读于清华大学化学工程系获学士学位,本科期间获得多项学业优秀奖,担任系学生科协主席,获清华大学本科优秀毕业论文奖。2005年获得学士学位后,赴美国卡内基梅隆大学攻读博士学位,师从过程系统工程与计算优化国际著名专家Ignacio Grossmann院士。博士期间在AIChE Journal等著名期刊发表数十篇学术论文,获得卡耐基梅隆大学最佳博士论文奖(Ken Meyer Award)和美国化学工程师学会(AIChE)颁发的斯密斯论文奖(W. David Smith, Jr. Publication Award)等荣誉,2009年获博士学位。2009至2011年间任职于阿贡国家实验室。2011-2016年间在美国西北大学(Northwestern University)任助理教授。期间在国际期刊上发表论文百余篇;多篇研究论文被国际顶级期刊遴选为封面论文刊登;数篇论文分别夺得AIChE Journal近5年来年度最高被引论文的第一名;获得诸如西北阿贡杰出青年科学家奖、美国国家科学基金会“职业成就奖”(NSF CAREER Award)等奖项。在2017年,他同时荣获美国化学工程师学会(AIChE)的可持续发展卓越研究奖和环境领域杰出青年奖两个重要国际奖项,以及美国化学会颁发的2018 ACS 可持续化学及工程Lectureship奖。



Fengqi You is the Roxanne E. and Michael J. Zak Professor at Cornell University, and is affiliated with the Smith School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and the graduate fields of Operations Research and Information Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Center of Applied Mathematics, and Systems Engineering Program. He was on the faculty of Northwestern University from 2011 to 2016, and worked at Argonne National Laboratory as an Argonne Scholar from 2009 to 2011. He has published more than 120 peer-reviewed articles in leading journals, and has an h-index of 48. Some of his research results have been editorially highlighted in Science and Nature, featured on journal covers (e.g. Energy & Environmental Science, ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, and Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research), and covered by major media outlets (e.g. The New York Times, BBC, BusinessWeek, and National Geographic). His recent awards include American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) W. David Smith, Jr. Publication Award (2011), Northwestern-Argonne Early Career Investigator Award (2013), National Science Foundation CAREER Award (2016), AIChE Environmental Division Early Career Award (2017), AIChE Sustainable Engineering Research Excellence Award (2017), Computing and Systems Technology (CAST) Outstanding Young Researcher Award from AIChE (2018), and ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering Lectureship Award (2018), as well as a number of best paper awards and most-cited article recognitions. He is currently an Associate Editor of Computers & Chemical Engineering, a Consulting Editor of AIChE Journal, and an editorial board member of several leading journals (e.g. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering). His research focuses on the development of novel computational models, optimization algorithms, statistical machine learning methods, and systems analysis tools for smart manufacturing, energy systems, digital agriculture, and sustainability. For more information about his research



As evidenced by the recent Paris Agreement on climate change and the public’s growing interests in carbon footprints, sustainability issues are becoming more prevalent in the thoughts and actions of many people around the world. Systems analysis and computational optimization methods from a life cycle perspective play an important role in the quest for sustainability. This talk will begin with an overview of process systems engineering methods for food-water-energy-waste nexus, followed by recent advances on life cycle optimization for sustainability problems that range from molecular and materials systems, to unit operations and manufacturing processes, and to value chains and global ecosystems. Applications to perovskite photovoltaics, shale gas and biofuels will be presented to illustrate the multi-scale applications of these systems technologies and methods.

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