Georgia Institute of Technology
Professor Yulin Deng received his Ph.D. at Manchester University, United Kingdom in 1992. After he worked as a postdoc research fellow at McMaster University in Canada, he was appointed as an assistant professor at Institute of Paper Science and technology (IPST) in 1995, and promoted to associate professor in 1998. He was moved to Georgia institute of Technology in 2003, and promoted as a full professor in 2008. Dr. Deng is a Fellow of the International Academy of Wood Science, and hold a James C. Barber Faculty Fellow position at Georgia Institute of Technology. He received AIChE Chase Award in 2013. He is a member of ACS, AIChE and TAPPI. He is also an associate editor of 3 journals, and serves as the editorial board member for another five journals. He published more than 250 peer reviewed papers covering the areas of biomass, biofuel, fuel cell, nanosceince and nanotechnology, and nanoelectronics.
Nanomaterial synthesis and self‑assembling, Biofuel and biomass materials Sustainable energy: fuel cell and solar cell Polymer Papermaking and paper recycling