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Assoc. Prof. LU Min


Assoc. Prof. LU Min



Address: 30 South Puzhu Road, Nanjing Tech University, Nanjing 211816, China

Research Interests

Microbial Fuel Cell/Electrochemical catalysis

Biographical Information

2005-2009: Bachelor degree, Nanjing University,

2009-2014: PhD degree; National University of Singapore,

2014-         : Institute of Advanced Materials, Nanjing Tech University.

Academic Achievements

Dr. LU Min focuses on development of novel materials for microbial fuel cell applications and for electrochemical catalysis. She developed a series of noble metal-free nanomaterials as catalysts for oxygen reduction reaction and achieved satisfactory performance in microbial fuel cell applications. She has published research papers and reviews on Biosensors & Bioelectronics, Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology, etc.. Currently, she is in charge of one Natural Science Foundation of China (Youth), one Youth Fund of Jiangsu Province, one Fund for returned scholars from Ministry of Educations, etc..

Representative Publications:

[1] Lu Min, Qian Yijun, Huang Ling, Xie Xiaoji, Huang Wei, Improving the Performance of MFC through Anode Manipulation, Chempluschem, 2015, 80, 1216-1225.

[2] Wu Huanan#, Lu Min#, Guo Lin, Bay Leonard Guan Hong, Zhang Zheng and Li Sam Fong Yau, Polyelectrolyte-single wall carbon nanotube composite as an effective cathode catalyst for air-cathode microbial fuel cells, Water Science &  Technology, 2014, 70, 1610-1616.

[3] Lu Min, Guo Lin, Kharkwal Shailesh, Wu Hua' nan, Ng How Yong, Li Sam Fong Yau,  Manganese-polypyrrole-carbon nanotube, a new oxygen reduction catalyst for air-cathode microbial fuel cells, Journal of Power Sources, 2013, 221, 381- 386.

[4] Lu Min, Li Sam Fong Yau, Cathode reactions and applications in microbial fuel cells: a review, Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology, 2012, 42, 2504- 2525.

[5] Lu Min, Kharkwal Shailesh,  Ng How Yong, Li Sam Fong Yau, Carbon nanotube supported MnO2 catalysts for oxygen reduction reaction and their applications in microbial fuel cells, Biosensors & Bioelectronics, 2011, 26, 4728- 4732.


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