I am a research associate on process\energy system engineering and CCS in the University of Sheffield. My main research directions include:
(1) modelling, simulation and optimization of power plants integrated with post-combustion carbon capture process;
(2) techno-economic evaluation of CO2 transport pipeline network;
(3) developing key technologies for energy saving and emission reduction for large scale chemical and metallurgy processes;
Before I joined University of Sheffield, I have worked in University of Hull as a research assistant on carbon capture and transport.
From 2009 to 2012, I had worked in BP as a lead process optimisation engineer in BP Zhuhai chemical plant after I obtained my MSc degree in Process System Engineering in Cranfield University in 2008.
From 2001 to 2008, I had worked for 7 years as a process engineer and then a project manager in National Engineering Research Center of Distilaation Technology of China (based in Tianjin University) after I got BEng in Chemical Engineering and Technology.