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578 Engineering Research Center, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 45221
Our research group works on the heterogeneous catalysis for renewable energy and sustainable chemistry, and nano/micro-scale stretchable energy storage devices for powering nano-bioelectronics and microelectronics. We aim to develop catalysts based on atomic-scale design for conversion of abundant feedstocks like C1 molecules into value-added chemicals or fuels and biomass upgrading to biofuels and hydrocarbons. We also target to enhance the fundamental understanding of electronic and geometric structure-catalysis relationship. Meanwhile we integrate materials science, chemical engineering and electrical engineering to design and fabricate nano/micro-scale flexible electrochemical energy storage devices... Dr. Jingjie Wu's research interests lie in the heterogeneous catalysis and sustainable reaction engineering. Specifically he aims to develop catalysts based on atomic-scale design for conversion of abundant feedstocks like small molecules CO2, CO, N2, CH4 and C3H8 into value-added..
Also known as: The Wu Group