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AIBN Special Seminar:

 

Presenter:

Adjunct Professor Hongyu Chen, Fellow and Dow Asia Pacific Chief Scientist, Dow Chemical (China) Company Ltd

Title:

Dow Innovative Solutions to Energy Challenges

Date:

Tuesday, 31 July 2012

Time:

11:30am – 1:00pm

Venue:

AIBN Seminar Room - Level 1

 

 

The presentation will cover subjects such as photovoltaics (solar cells) and batteries. 

 

Key Working History:

·        Fellow, Asia-Pacific R&D, 12/2010-now

·        Development leader, Asia-Pacific Core R&D, The Dow Chemical Company, 9/2008-11/2009

·        Current responsibility:  New material development for meeting energy challenges  (LED, PV, energy storage and water treatment)

·        30+ patent applications or granted patents, 60+ journal  or conference publications

·        Adjunct professor of University of Queensland,  Beijing University of Chemical Technology

·        Expertise: Experimental mechanics and viscoelasticity,  Blends,  Structure-processing-property relationship in oriented polymers, Electrical packaging materials

 

 

 

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