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Jinli Qiao

Jinli Qiao

Professor
Donghua University
China

Biography

Dr. Jinli Qiao is a Professor, Supervisor, and Scientific Core Competency Leader of the College of Environmental Science and Engineering, Donghua Universtiy, China. She received her Ph.D in Electrochemistry from Yamaguchi University, Japan, then she joined the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) as a research scientist working on both acidic/alkaline polymer electrolyte membranes and non-noble metal catalysts for polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells (PEMFCs). Starting from 2008 to present, she carried out in total 12 projects funded including by National Natural Science Foundation of China and International Academic Cooperation and Exchange Program of Shanghai Science and Technology Committee, China. As the first author and corresponding author, she has published over 100 research papers in peer-reviewed journals, 40 conferences and keynote/invited oral presentations, 4 co-authored/edited books/8 book chapters, and holds over 30 JP/China patents. She is now the vice-president and the board committee member of International Academy of Electrochemical Energy Science (IAOEES), and served as the guest editor of international journals of Electrochim. Acta, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy and, Appl. Energy as well as a referee of more than twenty high-impacting international journals. She is also the active member of The Electrochemical Society (ECS), International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE), The American Chemical Society (ACS) and China Association of Hydrogen Energy (CAHE).

Research Interest

Prof. Qiao’s main research interests include PEM fuel cell catalysts/membranes, metal–air batteries, supercapacitors and CO2 electroreduction.