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B ung Chen

Ping Lin (NCKU)

Yu-Chuuan Lin (NCKU)

C i Huang (NKUST

H han Weng

Venue: Room 93456 at the 4th floor of Department of Chemical Engineering, NCKU.
October 30 (Wed)
10:00-10:10 Opening remarks
Prof. Dong-Hwang Chen
Department of Chemical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University
10:10-11:00 Chairperson: Prof. Hong-Ping Lin
Department of Chemistry, National Cheng Kung University
Direct Oxygen Insertion to C-H Bond by Mesopore-Confined Copper
Prof. Cung-Yuan Mou
Department of Chemistry, National Taiwan University
11:00-11:20 Break
11:20-12:10 Chairperson: Prof. Yu-Chuan Lin
Department of Chemical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University
The Design of Catalytic Processes for the Conversion of Biomass into
Fuels and Chemicals
Prof. George W. Huber
Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering,
University of Wisconsin-Madison
12:10-14:10 Lunch
14:10-15:00 Chairperson: Prof. Bing-Hung Chen
Department of Chemical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University
Design and Preparation of Hierarchically Stacked Zeolite Nanosheets
for Catalytic Applications
Prof. Chia-Ming Yang
Department of Chemistry, National Tsing Hua University
15:00-15:20 Break
15:20-16:10 Chairperson: Prof. Chao-Wei Huang
Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering,
National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology
Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) Derived Effective Solid Catalysts
for Lignocellulosic Biomass Valorization
Prof. Kevin C. W. Wu
Department of Chemical Engineering, National Taiwan University
16:10-16:20 Closing remarks
Prof. Hong-Shan Weng
Department of Chemical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University

Chairpersson Ping Lin (林
Hong-P 林弘萍)

Affiliation: Departmennt of Chemistry, Nationnal Cheng Kung

K Univeersity,
Tainan, Taiw
Address: DDepartment of Chemisttry, National
al Cheng Ku
ung University,
Tainan, Taiw
wan 701
e-mail: hpllin@mail.nccku.edu.tw

1987-1991 B.S. in Cheemistry, Nattional Chenng-Kung Un
1991-1993 M.S. in Chhemistry, Naational Chenng-Kung Unniversity.
1993 – 19997 Ph.D. in Chemistry,
C National
N Taaiwan Univeersity.

Professional Career
Professor, D
Departmentt of Chemisttry, Nationaal Cheng Ku ung Universsity (2010-ppresent)
Associate PProfessor, Department
D of
o Chemistrry, Nationall Cheng Kun ng Universiity (2005-20
Assistant Professor, Deepartment ofo Chemistryy, National Cheng Kun ng Universitty (2002-20005)
Postdoctoraal in Institutte of Chemiistry, Acadeemia Sinica.. (2000-2001)
Postdoctoraal in Institutte of Atomic and Mole cular Sciences, Academ mia Sinica. (1997-2000 0)

Selected Puublicationss
1. Wu, S Si-Han; Mouu, Chung-Y Yuan; Lin, H
Hong-Ping “Synthesis
“ of
o mesoporoous silica nanoparticless”
CHEMICA AL SOCIET TY REVIEW WS, 42, 38622-3875, 201
2. Liu, G Guan-Wen; Chen, Tssung-Yi; C Chung, Cheng-Han; “Hierarchic
“ cal Micro/MMesoporouss
Carbons Syynthesized with a ZnOO Templatee and Petrolleum Pitch via a Solvvent-Free Prrocess for a
High-Perfoormance Suppercapacitorr” ACS OM
MEGA, 2, 21 106-2113, 2017.

Research IInterests
1. Syntheesis of suurfactant-temmplated m mesoporous silica wiith differennt morpho ologies andd
2. Using polymer bllends to synnthesize the mesoporou us carbons
3. Fabriccation of meesoporous metal
m oxidess/silicate by
y silicate exffoliation meethods.

1. K.T. L
Li Research Award (Nattional Chenng Kung Un

Direct oxygen insertion to C-H bond by mesopore-confined copper
Chung-Yuan Mou
Department of Chemistry, National Taiwan University

The exquisite selectivity and excellent activity of oxidative transformation performed by copper
enzymes have been sources of inspiration for chemists trying to emulate their catalytic functions.
Synthesis of model compounds to mimic the active site of copper enzyme has been an active area of
research. However, in these model compounds in homogeneous solution the necessary function of
the protein backbone is usually not considered. Protein backbone plays important roles in
site-isolation, nanoconfinement, and substrate duct to facilitate a specific catalytic action. A smart
combination of enzyme mimetic complex and a mesoporous media, for mimicking protein skeleton,
to optimize enzymatic functions would be most desirable.
A di-copper complex was used in direct oxidation of toluene to benzyl alcohol and benzaldehyde by
oxygen at room temperature. The tripodal tridentate copper(II) complex, CuImph (Imph =
bis(4-imidazolyl methyl)benzylamine), is synthesized to mimic the active site of copper enzymes
that mediate the oxidation of aliphatic C–H bonds. Various functionalized Mesoporous silica
nanoparticles were used as scaffold to encapsulate the complex. No additional sacrificial reductant is
needed. This heterogeneous formulation of the dicopper cluster is capable of converting toluene into
benzaldehyde with high catalytic efficiency and excellent product yields without over-oxidation at
room temperature. The heterogeneous catalyst is also robust and re-usable. Detailed mechanistic
study was performed to understand the catalytic steps.
A tri-coper catalyst is assembled by immobilizing into mesoporous silica nanoparticles the tricopper
complex [CuICuICuI(7-N-Etppz)]1+, where 7-N-Etppz stands for the organic ligand
3,30-(1,4-diazepane-1,4-diyl)bis[1-(4-ethylpiperazine-1-yl)propan-2-ol] which is a biomimic
complex of the enzyme monooxygenase. The tricopper cluster complex has been shown to mediate
efficient methane oxidation without over-oxidation in homogeneous solution when the catalytic
turnover is driven by hydrogen peroxide in acetonitrile. The turnover mechanism of the catalyst is
similar between the two complexes in which molecular oxygen was directly involved in the

uan Mou (牟

Departmentt of Chemisstry, Nationnal Taiwan UUniversity
Associte Prrofessor (19978-1982), Professor ((1982-), Chairman (200
University Chair (20088-)
Deputy Minnister, Natioonal Science Council (MMay, 2012--March, 201
Guest Chair Professor,, Taipei Meedical Univeersity (2017
e-mail: cymmou@ntu.eddu.tw

BS. Taiwann Universityy (1970),
Ph.D. Washhington Uniiversity, St Louis (19755),
Postdoctor,, Universityy of Oregon (1975-19777)
Selected A
1. Distingguished Ressearcher, Naational Scieence Counciil (3 times)
2. Felloww of Royal Society
S of Chemistry(F
C FRSC, since 2005)
3. Cozzarrelli Prize of
o the Nation nal Academ
my of Sciencce of USA
4. William m Mong Leecture, Hong g Kong USTT (2011)
5. Univerrsity Chair Professor(20
P 008-2012), National Taiwan Univ versity
6. TWAS S-Chemistryy Award (20 014)
7. Sam I W Weissman Lecture,
L Waashington U
University, St.
S Louis (2014)
8. Academ mician, Acaademia Siniica (2016-)

Current R
Research Intterest:
1. Heterogeneous Caatalysis
2. Nanopoorous nanom materials ass a drug/enzzyme/gene delivery
d carrrier in
3. Thin fiilm of mesooporous silicca
4. Studiess of supercoooled confin
ned water

Selected R
Recent Publications:
1. Jinglinng Yang, Geng-Sheng
G g Lin, Chunng-Yuan Mou,
M Kuo-LLun Tung, ““A Diatom m-Mimickingg
Ultrahigh-fflux Mesopporous Silicca Thin Meembrane withw Straight-through CChannels fo or Selectivee
Protein andd Nanoparticcle Separatiions” Chem
m Mater, 31 (5), 1745–1 1751 (2019))
2. Chih-C Cheng Liu, Yi-Fang Tsai, Chung-Y Yuan Mou, Steve S.-F. Yu, and Sunnney I. Chaan
“Dicopper D Dioxygenasse Model Immmobilized in Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticl
N les for Tolu
Oxidation: A Mechanism to Harneess Both O Atoms of O2 O for Catallysis” J. Phyys Chem C 123,
11032-110443 (2019)
3. Ming--Han Liu, Yun-Wen
Yu Chen, Tien-Suung Lin andd Chung-Yuaan Mou, “D Defective Mesocrystal
ZnO-Suppoorted Gold Catalysts:
C Facilitating
CO Oxidatiion via Vacaancy Defectts in ZnO” ACS
A Catal.
8, 6862−68869 (2018)
4. Jinglinn Yang, Chuung-Yuan MouM “Ordereed Mesoporrous Au/TiO O2 Nanosphheres for Solvent-Free
Visible-Ligght-Driven Plasmonic
P Oxidative
Coupling Reeactions of Amines”
A Apppl. Catal B (2018) 2311,
5. Yi-Ween Wang, Kuun-Che Kao o, Juen-Kai Wang, Chu ung-Yuan Mou,
M “Large--Scale Unifform
Two-Dimennsional Hexxagonal Arrays of Goldd Nanoparticcles Templaated from M Mesoporous Silica Film m
for Surface-Enhanced Raman Speectroscopy”” J Phys Cheem C 120, 24382−2438
2 88 (2016)
Chairpersson huan Lin (林
Yu-Ch 林裕川)

Affiliation: Departmennt of Chemical Engineeering, Natio

onal Cheng Kung
Address: NNo. 1 Univeersity Rd., Tainan
T 7010 1, Taiwan
e-mail: yclin768@maiil.ncku.edu..tw

2003 – 20006 Ph. D. Kaansas State University
U ((Chemical Engineering
E g)
2000 – 20002 M. S. Naational Chen ng Kung Unniversity (C
Chemical Enngineering)
1996 – 20000 B. S. Naational Chen ng Kung Unniversity (C
Chemical Enngineering)

Professional Career
2018.02– P
Present Asssociate Pro ofessor, Deppt. of Chem.. Eng. Natioonal Cheng Kung Univ versity
2014.08 – 22018.01 Asssistant Proffessor, Deptt. of Chem. Eng. National Cheng K Kung Univeersity
2013.02 – 22014.07 Asssociate Pro
ofessor, Deppt. of Chem.. Eng. Mateer. Sci, Yuann Ze Univerrsity
2009.08 – 22013.01 Asssistant Proffessor, Deptt. of Chem. Eng. Materr. Sci, Yuann Ze Universsity
2008.06 – 22009.07 Poost-doctoral fellow, Deppt. of Chem m. Eng., Univ. Massachuusetts-Amhherst
2007.08 – 22008.03 Asssociate Maanager, Wei--Chuan Foo od Cooperations
2006.08 – 22007.07 Poost-doctoral fellow, Insttitute of Chemistry, Academia Sinnica

Selected Pu ublicationss
1. J.-W. JJiang, C.-C C. Tu, C.-H
H. Chen, andd Y.-C. Linn, “Highly selective ssilica-suppoorted copperr
catalyssts derivedd from cop pper phylllosilicates in the hy ydrogenationn of adip pic acid too
1,6-hexxanediol” ChemCatChe
C em, 2018, 110, 5449-5458.
2. R.-K. C Chen, T.-F. Yu, M.-X. Wu, T.-W W. Tzeng, P.--W. Chung, and Y.-C Lin, “The Aldolization
A n
Nature of Mn4+-Nonstoichio ometric Oxxygen Pairr Sites of Perovskite--type LaM MnO3 in thee
Converrsion of Ethhanol” ACS Sustainablee Chem. Engg. 2018, 6, 11949-119558.
3. P.-J. HHsu, J.-W. Jiang, and d Y.-C. Linn “Does a strong ox xophilic proomoter enh hance direcct
deoxyggenation? A study off NiFe, NiM Mo, and NiW
N catalyssts in p-creesol conveersion” ACSS
Sustainnable Chemm. Eng. 2018
8, 6, 660-6667.

Research IInterests
1. Bifunnctional cataalysis for the selective hhydrogenation of ligninn derivativees and carbo
oxylix acidss
2. Oxidee materials and
a their ap pplications iin selective oxidation and
a acid-basse catalysis
3. Desiggning hierarrchical ZSM M-5 catalystss and their applications
a s in aromatiization

1. Taiwann Catalysis Society “Ouutstanding R
Research Paaper Award
d 2019”
2. Ministtry of Sciennce and Tech
hnology “OOutstanding Young Researcher Prooject 2016”
3. Yuan ZZe Universiity “Young Scientist Awward 2012”

The Design of Catalytic Processes for the Conversion of Biomass into Fuels and Chemicals
George W Huber
Chemical and Biological Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison,

In this presentation we will discuss three different approaches for the catalytic conversion of biomass
including 1: catalytic conversion of biomass into α,ω-diols, 2: ethanol conversion into distillate fuels,
and 3: supercritical methanol dehydration and hydrodeoxygenation of biomass into mono-alcohols.
We will describe a multi-step catalytic approach for conversion of cellulose into 1,6-hexanediol and
hemicellulose into 1,5 pentanediol. Cellulose is first converted into levoglucosenone (LGO) in the
condensed phase with dilute acid using a polar, aprotic solvent. The LGO is then hydrogenated into
dihydrolevoglucosenone, levoglucosanol, tetrahydrofuran-dimethanol (THFDM). The THFDM
then undergoes selective C-O-C hydrogenolysis to produce 1,6-hexanediol using a bifunctional
(Pt-WOx/TiO2) catalyst with > 90% selectivity to 1,6 hexanediol. Tetrol and 1,2,6 hexanetriol can
also be selectively produced with this system. The hemicellulose is converted into furfural which
then undergoes a four step process to produce 1,5 pentanediol.
Ethanol can be converted with high yields into distillate-range ethers and olefins by combining
Guerbet coupling and intermolecular dehydration. The ethers can be used as cetane-improvers in
diesel fuel, while the olefins can be hydrogenated and blended with gasoline or oligomerized and
hydrogenated to jet-range paraffins. The first stage was executed using calcium hydroxyapatite to
produce higher linear and branched alcohols at above 80% selectivity at up to 40% conversion.
Increasing conversion decreases selectivity, producing predominantly mono-ene and diene
byproducts. Etherification was performed using the acidic resin Amberlyst™ 70 at around 65%
conversion. Linear alcohols were converted at above 90% selectivity while branched alcohols were
far more selective to olefins (65–75%). An overall process is presented for the conversion of ethanol
to diesel-range ethers and olefins with yields of approximately 80%.
Supercritical methanol depolymerization and hydrodeoxygenation (SCM-DHDO) converts solid
biomass into C2-C6 alcohols in high yields in a single catalytic step. The process uses a CuMgAlOx
catalyst derived from a hydrotalcite precursor. SCM-DHDO depolymerizes hemicellulose, cellulose,
and lignin in supercritical methanol then converts the lignin into cyclohexanols and the
hemicellulose and cellulose into mono-alcohols. Hydrogen is produced in-situ via methanol
reforming over Cu sites. In this presentation, we will discuss the reaction pathway from cellulose and
lignin to single alcohols. We will show that methanol accounts for ~30% of the carbon of all liquid
products from cellulose. Conversion of C3 oxygenates such as dihydroxyacetone produces the same
products as cellulose indicating the reaction pathway for cellulose conversion passes through
retro-aldol condensation. Our results elucidate the reaction pathway of a new approach to produce
fuels from whole biomass in a single reaction step. A better understanding of the chemistry occurring
during the process will allow more targeted catalyst design and better process design.

George W Huber

Affiliation: Richard Antoine Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering, University of

Address: 1415 Engineering Dr, Madison, WI, 53706, USA
e-mail: gwhuber@wisc.edu

2000 – 2005 Ph. D. University of Wisconsin-Madison (Chemical Engineering)
1998 – 2000 M. S. Brigham Young University (Chemical Engineering)
1992 – 2000 B. S. Brigham Young University (Chemical Engineering)

Professional Career
Co-founder and board of directors, Pyran, 2019-present
Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2012- present
Professor, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, 2012
Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, 2010-2012
Co-founder and board of directors, Anellotech 2008- present
Assistant Professor, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, 2006-2010
Post-doctoral Researcher, Instituto de Technología Química, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia,

Selected Publications
1. NM Eagan, BM Moore, DJ McClelland, AM Wittrig, E Canales, MP Lanci, GW Huber, Catalytic
synthesis of distillate-range ethers and olefins from ethanol through Guerbet coupling and etherification,
Green Chemistry (2019) 21, 3300-3318.
2. PH Galebach, S Thompson, AM Wittrig, JS Buchanan, GW Huber, Investigation of the
Reaction Pathways of Biomass-Derived Oxygenate Conversion into Monoalcohols in Supercritical
Methanol with CuMgAl-Mixed-Metal Oxide, ChemSusChem (2018) 11, 4007-4017.
3. P Galebach, DJ McClelland, NM Eagan, A Wittrig, JS Buchanan, JA Dumesic, GW Huber,
Production of alcohols from cellulose by supercritical methanol depolymerization and
hydrodeoxygenation, ACS Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering, (2018) 6, 4330-4344.
4. SH Krishna, RS Assary, ZR Schmidt, LA Curtiss, JA Dumesic, GW Huber, Mechanistic
insights into the hydrogenolysis of levoglucosanol over bifunctional platinum silica-alumina
catalysts, ACS Catalysis (2018) 8, 3743-3753

Research Interests
Biofuels; Biochemicals; Heterogeneous Catalysis

1. Allan Colburn Award, AICHE 2017
2. Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researcher 2015-2016 (top 1% cited in chemistry)
3. Visiting Professorship from Chinese Academy of Sciences 2015
4. Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, 2013-present
5. Top 100 People in Bioenergy 2012-2016 by Biofuels Digest
6. Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award 2011
Chairpersson ung Chen ((陳炳宏)

Affiliation: Departmennt of Chemical Engineeering, Natio

onal Cheng Kung
Address: 1 Universityy Road, Eastt Dist. Tainaan 70101, Taiwan
e-mail: bkcchen@mail..ncku.edu.tw
w or bhchenn@alumni.rrice.edu

1993 – 19998 Ph. D. Rice Universiity (Chemiccal Engineerring)
1986 – 19990 B. S. Naational Taiw
wan Universsity (Chemiccal Engineeering)

Professional Career
2006.08 – PPresent Proofessor, Nattional Chenng Kung Un niversity (cooncurrent poost)
2010.07 – 22011.07 Visiting Profeessor, Waynne State University
2003.08 – 22006.07 Asssociate Pro
ofessor, Natiional Cheng g Kung University
2002.08 – 22003.07 Asssistant Proffessor, Natioonal Cheng
g Kung Univ versity
1999.07 – 22002.07 Asssistant Proffessor, Natioonal Univerrsity of Sing
1998.03 – 11999.06 Poostdoctoral Research
R Feellow of Ro
obert A. Wellch Foundattion, Rice University

Selected Puublicationss
1. T. H. Đặng, B.-H H. Chen, D.-J.
D Lee, “Application of Kao olin-based C Catalysts in
n Biodieseel
Producction via Transesterif
T fication off Vegetablee oils in Excess M Methanol”, Bioresource
B e
Technoology, 145, 175–181 (2013).
2. C.–C. C Chou, C.–HH. Liu, B.–H H. Chen, “E Effects of thhe reductionn temperatuure and the pHp value of
Pt preccursor solutiion of the polyol
p proceess on Pt eleectrocatalyssts supporteed on reduceed graphenee
oxide ffor oxygen reduction
r reeaction”, Ennergy, 70, 231–238 (2014).
3. C.–C. C Chou, B.–HH. Chen, “H Hydrogen geeneration frrom deliqueescence of aammonia borane b usingg
Ni-Co//r-GO catalyyst”, Journa al of Power Sources, 29 93, 343–350 0 (2015).
4. Y.–Y. Wang, B.––H. Chen,, “High-Sillica Zeolitte Beta ass a Heteroogeneous Catalyst inn
Transesterificationn of Trioleinn for Biodieesel Producttion”, Catall. Today, 2778(2), 335–3343 (2016).
5. Tấn H Hiệp Đặng, B.-H. Chen, C D.J. Lee, “Op ptimization of Biodieesel Produ uction from
Transesterificationn of Triolein Using Z Zeolite LTA A Catalysts Synthesizeed from Kaaolin Clay””,
wan Institutte of Chemiical Engineeers, 79, 14–
Journaal of the Taiw –22 (2017).
6. Y.-C. Chen, D.-Y Y. Lin, B.-H. Chen,, “Metasilicate-based catalyst pprepared frrom naturaal
maceous eartth for biodieesel producttion”, Renew
diatom wable Energrgy, 138, 10442–1050 (2 2019).

Research IInterests
1. Interffacial Phenoomena: Phaase Behaviior of Micrroemulsion, Applicatioons of Miccroemulsionn,
2. Catalyysis and Caatalytic Proocess: Zeoliite-supporteed Catalystts for Biofu
fuel and Grreen Diesell,
Mixed Oxiddes Catalysts for Cataly
yzed Etheriification of Glycerol

1. Ta-Youu Wu Memorial Award d, National Science Coouncil, Taiwwan (2005).
2. Best C
Chemical Enngineering Paper,
P Taiwwan Institutee of Chemiccal Engineerrs (2009).
3. ITRI RResearch Paaper Award,, Industrial Technology y Research Institute, Taaiwan (20099).
4. Professsor Tsai-Teeh Lai Mem
morial Award rd, Taiwan Institute
I of Chemical
Engineers (22012).
Desiign and Preeparation of
o Hierarch hically Staccked Zeolitee Nanosheeets for Cata alytic
Application ns
Chhia-Min Yan nga,b
Department of Chemistrry, Nationall Tsing Hua a University,
y, Hsinchu, 330013, Taiw
Frontierr Research Center
C on Fundamenta
F al and Appliied Sciencess of Matterss, National Tsing Hua
Hsinchu, 30 0013, Taiwaan

Extensive studies havve been fo ocused on the preparration of zeolitic

z matterials with h additionaal
me-so-/maccro-porosityy for cataly ytic applicattions. Amoong various strategies, direct syntthesis usingg
bifunctionaal structure-directing aggents (SDAAs), as pioneeered by Ry
yoo and cowworkers,1,2 is
i promisingg
for making materialls composeed of zeoolite nanossheets. How wever, siggnificant reeduction of
inter-lamelllar porosityy after the removal off SDAs is a problem. In this conntribution, we w report a
design of SSDAs for rational
r con
ntrol over thhe morphollogy of hierarchical siilicalite-1 materials
m forr
vapor-phasee Beckmannn rearrangement. The S
SDAs contaain two bloccks of triquaaternary (sp
paced by thee
-C6H12- grooup) ammonnium groups (denoted N3) linked by a propyllene oxide ((POn) segm ment (cf. Figg.
1). The triiblock N3-P POn-N3 SDDA with shhort POn (n n=3) directeed the form mation of hierarchicaal
silicalite-1 octahedra comprising
c self-pillareed orthogon
nally-stacked nanoplatees that weree composedd
of parallel and spacedd MFI nano osheets. W With longer PO blocks, the SDAs resulted in n silicalite-11
materials w with less braanched morrphologies ((cf. Fig. 1).. The uniqu
ue structure and morph
hology weree
extensivelyy studied, and
a the form mation mecchanism waas discussed d. Moreoveer, the POn segment of
N3-POn-N3 could be selectively removed bby sulfuricc acid treattment4 to eexpose the silanol-richh
external suurface of MFI
M nanosheeets. The hiierarchical silicalite-1 materials eexhibited ex xcellent andd
stable activvity for thee vapor-phaase Beckmaann rearran ngement of cyclic oxiimes with high
h lactam

Fig. (a) M
Molecular sttructure of N3-POn-N3. (b-d) SEM images and
d XRD patteerns of the silicalite-1
materials syynthesized with
w N3-PO O6-N3 (b), N3-PO33-N3 (c)
( and N3-PPO68-N3 (d).
1. M. Chooi, K. Na, J. Kim,
K Y. Sakammoto, O. Terasaaki, R. Ryoo, Nature, 2009, 461, 246.
2. K. Na, C
C. Jo, J. Kim, K. Cho, J. Ju
ung, Y. Seo, R
R. J. Messingerr, B. F. Chmelka, R. Ryoo, Science, 2011
1, 333, 328.
3. A. Channg, H.-M. Hsiiao, T.-H. Cheen, M.-W. Chuu, C.-M. Yang g, Chem. Com mmun., 2016, 552, 11939.
4. C.-M. Y
Yang, B. Zibroowius, W. Sch hmidt, F. Schüüth, Chem. Mater.,
Ma 5, 3739.
2003, 15
Min Yang ((楊家銘)

Affiliation: Departmennt of Chemistry, Natioonal Tsing Hua

H Universsity
Address: 1101, Sec. 2, Kuang-Fu Rd.
R Hsinchuu, Taiwan
e-mail: cmmyang@mx.nnthu.edu.tww

1998 – 20002 Ph. D. Naational Tsin
ng Hua Univversity (Cheemistry)
1994 – 20006 M. S. Naational Tsinng Hua Univversity (Cheemistry)
1990 – 19994 B. S. Naational Tsinng Hua Univversity (Cheemistry)

Professional Career
2014.08 – PPresent Proofessor, Department off Chemistry y, National Tsing
T Hua UUniversity
2009.08 – 22014.07 Asssociate Pro
ofessor, Deppartment of Chemistry, National T Tsing Hua University
2004.08 – 22009.07 Asssistant Proffessor, Depaartment of Chemistry,
C National Tssing Hua Un
2002.10 – 22004.06 Poost-doctoral fellow, Maax-Planck-In nstitut für Kohlenforsch
K hung, Germ

Selected Puublicationss
1. A. Chaang, W.-S. Peng,
P I.-T. Tsai,
T L.-F. C
Chiang, C.-M
M. Yang, “EEfficient Hyydrogen Pro oduction byy
Selective Alcohol Photoreforming on Plaasmonic Ph hotocatalyst Comprisingg Sandwich hed Au
Nanodiisks and TiOO2” Appl. Catal.
C B: Ennviron., 2019, 255, 117773.
2. N.-C. LLai, M.-C. Tsai,
T C.-H. Liu,
L C.-S. C Chen, C.-M. Yang, “Effficient Seleective Oxidaation of
Propyleene by Dioxxygen on Mesoporous-
M -Silica-Nano
upported Naanosized Co opper” J. Caatal.,
2018, 3365, 411-4119.
3. A. Chaang, H.-M. Hsiao,
H T.-H
H. Chen, M.--W. Chu, C.-M. Yang, “Hierarchiccal Silicalite-1 Octaheddra
Comprrising Highlly-Branched d Orthogonaally-Stackedd Nanoplatees as Efficieent Catalystts for
Vapor--Phase Beckkmann Rearrrangement”” Chem. Co ommun., 201 16, 52, 119339-11942.
4. C.-J. L
Lin, S.-H. Huuang, N.-C.. Lai, C.-M.. Yang, “Eff
fficient Room
m-Temperaature Aqueo ous-Phase
Hydroggenation of Phenol to Cyclohexan
C none Catalyzzed by Pd Nanoparticle
N es Supported on
Mesoporous MMT T-1 Silica with
w Unevennly Distribu uted Functionalities” AC CS Catal., 2015,
2 5,

Research IInterests
Design andd preparationn of novel multifunctio
m onal mesopo
orous nanoccomposite m
materials forr green and
energy-relaated catalysiis, biomediccine and sennsing.

1. Ta-Youu Wu Memorial Award d (2012)
2. Distinguished Teaaching Awaard of NTHU U (2011)
3. Distinguished Yooung Chemist Award, thhe Shui-Muu Foundation of Chemiistry (2010)
4. The YYoung Chemmist Award, the Chinesee Chemical Society, Taaiwan (20099)
5. Distinguished Lecctureship Award,
A the C
Chemical So
ociety of Jap
pan (2009)

Chairpersson Chao-Wei Huang ((黃朝偉)

Affiliation: Departmennt of Chemical and Maaterials Eng

gineering, National
Kaohsiung University of Science and Technoology
No. 415, Jianngong Rd., Sanmin Disst., Kaohsiu
Address: N ung City 80778,
e-mail: huaangcw@nkuust.edu.tw

2007 – 2012 Ph. D. Naational Taiw
wan Universsity (Chemiccal Engineeering)
2004 – 20006 M. S. Naational Taiw
wan Universsity (Chemiccal Engineeering)
2000 – 20004 B. S. Naational Taiw
wan Universsity (Chemiccal Engineeering)

Professional Career
2017.08 – PPresent Asssistant proffessor, Natioonal Kaohsiung Univerrsity of Scieence and Teechnology
2015.08 – 22017.05 Enngineer, Neww Materialss R&D Deptt., China Steel Corporaation
2013.01 – 22015.08 Priincipal Eng
gineer, Taiwwan Semicon nductor Man nufacturingg Company
2007.01 – 22012.12 Asssistant Enggineer, Instittute of Nucllear Energy Research

Selected Puublicationss
1. Chao-W Wei Huang,, Chi-Hung Liao, Jeffreey Chi-Shen ng Wu, “Ph hotocatalyticc Separate Evolution
E of
Hydroggen and Oxxygen over Highly Orddered Nano orods and Bulk
B TiO2” Thin Filmss Journal of
Clean EEnergy Tecchnologies, 1(2013) 1-55.
2. Wei-Hsuan Lee, Chi-Hung
C Liao,
L Min-F Fei Tsai, Chao-Wei Huang, Jeffre rey C.S. Wu u, “A noveel
twin reeactor for CO
C 2 photorreduction too mimic arttificial phottosynthesis”” Applied Catalysis
C B:
Environmental 132-133 (2013 3) 445-451..
3. Chien-Wei Lee, Rea Anto oniou Kourrounioti, Jeeffrey C.S. Wu, Erikk Murchie, Mercedess
Marotoo-Valer, Oliver
O E. Jensen,
J Chhao-Wei Huang,
H Aleexander R Ruban, “Ph hotocatalyticc
converrsion of CO O2 to hydrrocarbons bby light-haarvesting complex asssisted Rh-d doped TiO2
photocatalyst,” Joournal of CO
O2 Utilizatioon, 5 (2014)) 33-40.
4. Lin-Haan Chiang Hsieh, Hsin-Hung Ouu, Chao-Weei Huang, Adsorption A n of Cu(II) in aqueouss
solution using miccrowave-asssisted titanaate nanotubees. Applied Nanosciencce, 9(2019),, 505-514.
5. Chao-W Wei Huang,, Yueh-Hen ng Li, Kai-L Lin Xiao, Janusz Lasek, Cofiringg characterisstics of coaal
blendedd with torrrefied Misccanthus bioochar optim mized with three Tagu guchi index xes. Energyy,
172(20019) 566-5779.

Research IInterests
1. Photoocatalysis foor water spliitting and ddecompositoon of organic pollution..
2. Torreffaction and gasification
g n from biom mass to biofuuel.
3. Si-bassed semiconnductor and d III-V grooup solar cell,
c EOL (backeend of line)
includiing the BE
ultralow-k ddielectric prrocess, epi-wafer analyysis, and lith
hography prrocess.
4. Catalyyst science: catalyst sy ynthesis, maaterial charracterization
n, and reacttion system
m design forr
DSSC (dyee-sensitized solar cell), TiO2 photoocatalysts, SCRS de-NOxx, and VOCCs eliminatioon.

Metal-Organic Fra ameworks ((MOFs) Deerived Effecctive Solid C Catalysts
for Lignocellul
L losic Biomaass Valoriza
Keevin C.-W. Wu
Depaartment of Chemical
C En
ngineering, N
National Ta
aiwan Univeersity, Taipeei 10617, Ta

Over the paast decade, the develop pment in thee valorization of biomass technoloogies keepss increasingg
because thee biomass uttilization fo
or the manuffacturing fin
ne chemical and fuels hhas diverse advantagess
over fossil feedstock. The review w focuses on the utiliization of metal-organ
m nic framework-derivedd
(MOF-derivved) materiials as effecctive solid catalysts foor the valorrization of bbiomass innto platform
chemicals. MOFs com mpose of abu undant orgaanic ligandss and metal cluster, andd additional functionall
groups couuld be modified on ligaands (or meetal clusters), serving as
a active sittes. On the other hand,,
MOFs coulld also be converted into i porouss carbons or
o metal ox xide compossites by calcination att
nitrogen orr air, respeectively, foor catalytic reactions. These MO OF-derived catalysts feature thee
advantages like high specific su a active sites from mother MOFs.
urface area,, porosity and M Moree
importantlyy, stronger interaction ns betweenn guests (i.e. metal or alloy N NPs) and hosts (i.e..
MOF-derivved carbon or metal oxides) maake these catalysts more m efficieent than coonventionall
catalysts w
where guestts are depo osited on hhosts by im mpregnationn. We summ marize the studies off
lignocelluloosic biomasss conversioon includinng (1) dehyydration of sugars suchh as glucosse, fructose,,
and xylose into furanss, (2) hydro ogenation oof furans in
nto fine cheemicals andd (3) sugarss into sugarr
alcohols ussing MOF-dderived cataalysts. The challengess and prospective of M MOF-deriveed materialss
applied in bbiomass connversion aree also descriibed.

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mistry, 2011, 13, ournal of Mateerials Chemisstry. 2012, 22, 23181. 3 CheemCatChem. 2013, 5, 21533
(Front Cover)). ChemSusC 7 3421 (Insidee Front Coverr). 5 Green Ch
Chem. 2014, 7, hemistry. 20144, 16, 4615 (Front Cover). 6
Energy & Ennvironmental Science.
S 2014
4, 7 (11), 35744 (Inside Fron
nt Cover). ChemSusChem
C m. 2015, 8, 7889-794 (Insidee
Front Cover). 8 Catalysis Today. 2016, 278, 344-3499. 9 Advanced d Materials. 2017, 29, 17000213. 10 Scienntific Reports..
2017, 7, 135008. 11 ChemCaatChem. 20188, 10, 361-3655. 12 ACS Susttainable Chemmistry & Engin 9 (in press). 133
ineering. 2019
Green Chemisstry. 2019 (in press).
Kevin C.-W.
C 吳嘉文)
Wu (吳
Affiliation: Dept. of Chem.
C Eng.,, National T
Taiwan Univ
Address: D Department of Chemicaal Engineerring, Nation
nal Taiwan University,
Taipei, Taiw
wan 10617
e-mail: kevvinwu@ntu.edu.tw
Tel: +886-22-2366-07339, Fax: +88

2001-2005 Ph.D., Dept.
D of Maater. Sci. Enng., The University of Tokyo,
T Tokkyo, Japan
1994-2000 B.S. & M.S., Dept. of Agri. C Chem., Natioonal Taiwan n Universityy, Taipei, Taiwan

Professional Career:
2016-presennt Professor, Dept. off Chem. Engg., Nationall Taiwan Un niversity
2018-presennt Professsor, Molecuular Sciencee & Technollogy, Nation nal Taiwan Univ. (NTU U-MST)
2010-presennt Joint Apppointed In
nvestigator, National Health Reseaarch Institutees, Taiwan
2014-2016 Secretarry General, Taiwan Insstitute of Ch
hemical Eng gineers
2012-2016 Associaate Professo
or, Dept. of Chem. Eng g., National Taiwan Unniversity
2013-2016 Vice chhair, The Ceenter of Straategic Materrials Alliancce for Reseaarch and Teechnology
(SMAR RT Center), National Taaiwan Univ versity, Taippei, Taiwan
2008-2012 Assistannt Professorr, Dept. of C
Chem. Eng.., National Taiwan
T Uniiversity
2006-2008 Post-dooc, Dept. of Chem., Iow wa State Unniv., Iowa, USA
2005-2006 Post-dooc, Dept. of Applied Chhem., Waseda Univ., Tokyo, Japann

Fields of sp
Nanoporouus Materialss; Sustainab
ble Chemisstry & Eng
gineering; Biomass C
Conversion; Membranee

Major awaards and hoonors

2014: The Distinguishhed Lectureeship Awarrd, The CS SJ Asian In nternational Symposium m, Nagoyaa,
2015: Wu DDa-Yu (吳大 大猶獎) Aw ward, Ministtry of Science and Tech hnology (M MOST), Taiw wan.
2016: The B
Best Paper Award
A in th
he Catalysiss Society off Taiwan.
2016: The S
SCEJ Awarrd for Outstaanding Asiaan Research her and Enggineer.
2017: Lai Z
Zia-Te (賴再再得獎) Award, Taiwann Institute of o Chemical Engineers,, Taiwan.
2017: Outsttanding Youung Chemisst (傑出青年 年化學家獎 獎) Award, Chemistry
C Soociety of Taaiwan.
2018: Hummboldt schoolars, Reseaarch Fellowwship for Ex xperienced Researcherrs from Aleexander vonn
Humboldt FFoundation (洪堡基金 金會), Germaany, 2018-2020.
2018: Outsttanding Ressearch Awaard (傑出研究 研究獎), Min nistry of Scieence and Teechnology, Taiwan.
2019: ACS Sustainablee Chemistry y & Engineeering Lectu ureship Awaard (ACS)
2019: Outsttanding Ressearcher Awward (Asia-P Pacific Association of Catalysis SSocieties; AP

Editor/Ediitorial Boarrd Memberrs

2017: Assoociate Editoor/Editorial Board, Joournal of thhe Taiwan Institute oof Chemicaal Engineerss
2018: Adviisory Editorrial Board Members,
ACS Sustainable Chemiistry & Engiineering (AACS).
2019: Editoorial Board Members, Applied
A Cattalysis B: Environment
E tal (Elsevierr).
2019: Editoorial Board Members, Polymers