Academic Areas: Electrochemical Engineering for Energy and Environment
Dr. Xu Wu obtained his PhD degree at Newcastle University in the United Kingdom, supervised by electrochemist Prof. Keith Scott. He then became a postdoc at Newcastle University for two years. Then he had another two years postdoc experience at Imperial College London, before he became a professor at Huazhong University of Science and Technology in China. His research background on electrochemical engineering includes polymer electrolyte fuel cells, water electrolysers, electroplating, and photo-electrochemical cells, in terms of catalysts synthesis, ion conductors, devices fabrication, modelling, and in-situ electrochemical measurements. He has contributed more than 40 journal publications in core journals such as Journal of Power Sources. His research interests are about R&D of electrochemical engineering for energy and environment, including
Doctor of Philosophy
Xu Wu, K. Scott, et al. J. Power Sources 2014; 246: 225.
Xu Wu, J. Tayal, et al. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 2010; 36: 14796.
Xu Wu, K. Scott, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 2011; 36: 5806.
Xu Wu, K. Scott, et al. J. Power Sources 2011; 196: 8918.
Xu Wu, K. Scott, J. Mater. Chem. 2011; 21: 12344.
Xu Wu, K. Scott, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 2010; 35: 12029.
Xu Wu, K. Scott, J. Power Sources 2012; 206: 14.
Xu Wu, K. Scott, et al. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 2012; 37: 13243.
Xu Wu, K. Scott, J. Power Sources 2012; 214: 124.
Xu Wu, K. Scott, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 2013; 38: 3123.
Xu Wu, A. Verma, K. Scott, Fuel Cells 2008; 8.
Y. Cao, Xu Wu, K. Scott, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 2012; 37: 9524.
M. Li, K. Scott, Xu Wu, J. Power Sources 2009; 194.
Y. Cao, C. Xu, Xu Wu, et al. J. Power Sources 2011; 196:8377.
C. Xu, Xu Wu, et al. J. Mater. Chem. 2011; 21.
Professor Xu Wu is sponsored by the 12th Thousands Talent Program of China
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