Xianfeng Wang is currently a full professor in College of Textiles, Donghua University. He received his B.E. and M.E.degrees from Qingdao University (2005 and 2008) and Ph.D. degree from Donghua University (2012). He conducted the postdoctoral research at West Virginia University (2012-2015) before he joined Donghua University in 2015.His primary research interest is nano fibrous materials and their applications in energy and environment fields. He has authored/co-authored more than 40 peer-reviewed journal papers (more than 1000 citations, the H-index is 22), 5 book chapters (Elsevier, Springer, Nova and Woodhead Publishing Inc.) and has made a number of presentations at international conferences.
• Nano/Bio-materialsfabrication, modification, and application • Electrospinning and nanofibers • Protein based self-assembly and nanotechnology • Wetting property of nanofibrousmaterials • Nano-material based sensors and devices • Nanofiber based flexible energy devices • Carbon capture technologies: Materials development & Process Design
Invited Chapters in Edited Books: 1. X. Wang and B. Li, “Electrospunnanofibroussorbents and membranes for carbon dioxide capture” In: Editor B. Ding and J. Yu, “Electrospun Nanofibers for Energy and Environmental Applications”, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2014, pp 249-263. 2. X. Wang, Y.Duanand B. Li, “Development and evaluation of fibrous adsorbents for carbon dioxide removal”, In: Editor Andrew Wright and Shawn Johnson, “Atmosphere and Climate: Physics, Composition/Dynamics and Health Impacts”, Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2012, pp83-98. 3. X. Wang, B. Ding, J. Yu and Gang Sun, “Applications of nanofibers in sensors”, In: Editor Qufu Wei, “Functional nanofibers and applications”, Cambridge, Woodhead Publishing Inc., 2012, pp 209-235. 4. X. Wang, B. Ding, J. Yu and G. Sun, “Surface modified electrospunnanofibrous membranes for humidity detection based on quartz crystal microbalance technique”, In: Editor Frank Columbus, “Humidity Sensors: Types, Nanomaterials and Environmental Monitoring”, New York, Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2011, pp 144-160.