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Peiwen Liu

Supervisor of Doctorate Candidates
Supervisor of Master's Candidates
Name (Simplified Chinese):Peiwen Liu
Name (English):Peiwen Liu
Name (Pinyin):liupeiwen
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School/Department:工学院
Administrative Position:研究员
Education Level:博士
Business Address:工程楼A507
Degree:博士
Professional Title:Researcher
Status:Employed
Alma Mater:德国哥廷根大学
Teacher College:College of Engineering
Discipline:Agricultural Biological Environment and Energy Engineering    
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Profile

Prof. Peiwen Liu was a Junior Research Group Leader in Dept. Wood Technology and Wood-based Composites, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen. He was awarded a PhD in Wood Technology and Wood Chemistry from Georg-August-Universität Göttingen in 2020. From Mar 2016 to Jan 2020, he studied with Prof Kai Zhang as a PhD candidate in Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany.
His research fields are:
1. Development of selective and efficient as well as ecologically and economically benign preparation methods and their use in the exploitation of natural polymer (cellulose, chitin, hemicellulose, and lignin, etc.).
2. Preparation of advanced functional materials from natural polymers. He found and developed the technology to isolate native nanocrystals (cellulose nanocrystals and chitin nanocrystals) from biowaste via alkaline periodate oxidation.
Current institute and position:
Professor, College of Engineering, Huazhong Agricultural University, China.

Educational Experience

[1] 2015.10——2020.1
德国哥廷根大学 > 自然科学 > Doctoral degree > 博士
[2] 2012.9——2015.7
福建师范大学 > 环境工程 > 硕士 > 硕士
[3] 2008.9——2012.6
内蒙古农业大学 > 环境工程 > 学士 > Undergraduate (Bachelor’s degree)

Work Experience

[1] 2021.7-Now
华中农业大学工学院 > 研究员

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2020年1月-2021年2月 青年研究员与项目负责人 木材技术与木材复合材料部门 德国哥廷根大学森林科学与森林生态学院

Research Group
Name of Research Group:Biomass-based nanomaterials technology

Description of Research Group:The pursuit of new concept in the exploitation of biomass
1. Development of selective and efficient as well as ecologically and economically benign preparation methods and their use in the exploitation of natural polymer (cellulose, chitin, hemicellulose, and lignin, etc.).
2. Preparation of advanced functional materials from natural polymers. He found and developed the technology to isolate native nanocrystals (cellulose nanocrystals and chitin nanocrystals) from biowaste via alkaline periodate oxidation.