姚丁丁，女，1990年生，中共党员，工学博士，副教授，硕士生导师。2018年博士毕业于华中科技大学-煤燃烧国家重点实验室，师从陈汉平教授、杨海平教授。博士期间赴英国利兹大学-能源研究中心Paul T Williams教授组访问学习。博士毕业后至2021年1月在新加坡国立大学-环境研究所E2S2项目组做博士后研究员。2021年至今在华中农业大学工学院任副教授。
研究方向包含固体废弃物热化学转化、废塑料热解催化制碳纳米管、农业生物质高值利用及装备开发。已在相关领域累计发表论文20余篇。其中以第一作者/通讯作者在Applied Catalysis B: Environmental、Applied Energy等期刊发表JCR一区SCI论文14篇（其中影响因子大于10的论文6篇，3篇入选ESI高被引论文），学术被引累计1100余次。主持国家自然科学基金项目、华中农业大学校自主创新基金等科研项目；与国内外一流大学如华中科技、新加坡国立、利兹大学、贝尔法斯特女王大学等相关研究组保持良好的合作关系；担任Chem. Eng. J., J. Clean. Prod., Renew. Sust. Energ. Rev.等十余个环境能源领域国际期刊审稿人。
Dingding Yao is currently an Associate Professor in College of Engineering at Huazhong Agricultural University. She obtained her PhD in Thermal Engineering from SKLCC at Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST) in 2018. She also had one year’s study as a Visiting Researcher on an EPSRC-funded project, in Professor Paul T. Williams’ group at University of Leeds. Following completion of PhD, she worked as a Postdoc Research Fellow in a NRF-funded project (E2S2) under Professor Chi-Hwa Wang and Prof Tong Yen Wah at National University of Singapore. In 2021/01, she joined Huazhong Agricultural University as Associate Professor.
She has published more than 20 academic papers in the area of energy and environmental engineering, focusing on thermo-chemical conversion of solid waste, including plastic and biomass pyrolysis, gasification and catalysis. She has more than 1100 citations to her work (Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=ZwFpTEcAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao).
She has broad collaboration network with many top universities for example, National University of Singapore, University of Leeds, Queen's University Belfast, Huazhong University of Science and Technology. In addition, Dingding acts as reviewer for many journals such as Chemical Engineering Journal, Journal of Cleaner Production、Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, etc.
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