本科（2010）、硕士（2013）毕业于中国人民大学化学系，导师张美宁教授；2017年博士毕业于澳大利亚monash大学，导师为future fellow jie zhang教授和澳大利亚两院院士douglas macfarlane教授。博士期间获得学校最优博士论文奖。2018至2020年于加拿大多伦多大学从事博士后研究，合作导师为加拿大两院院士edward sargent教授。2020年获得澳大利亚discovery early career research award。长期从事电化学和电催化研究，在nature，science，nature catalysis，nature materials，angewandte chemie，jacs，ees等杂志发表论文50余篇。
https://www.sydney.edu.au/engine ... ff/fengwang-li.html
https://www.fli-science.com （across the wall please）
phd scholarship in research area of “renewable fuels” at the university of sydney
two phd scholarships are available immediately in dr. fengwang li’s group in the school of chemical and biomolecular engineering, the university of sydney. a stipend valued at aud35,000 per annum is available to successful candidates. scholarship top-ups are available for students with excellent research performance, upon successful application.
the students are expected to conduct postgraduate research for 3 to 3.5 years in the broad research area of renewable fuels, with a specific focus on the electrochemical conversion of small molecules (such as carbon dioxide, water) to value-added chemicals.
to apply for this opportunity, please write to dr. li (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your motivation, cv and (unofficial) transcripts to initiate a conversation. please start your email subject with “[phd application]”.
you must have completed the equivalent of one of the following in an area related to your proposed research:
• bachelor's degree with first class honours (or equivalent),
• master's degree by research,
• master's degree by coursework with an independent research component such as a thesis, dissertation or research project with a minimum overall distinction average.
• an equivalent qualification that demonstrates research experience, excellence and capability.
the group also takes self-financed master and phd students. should you be interested, please contact dr. li to initiate a discussion.
the group is pleased to support chinese students or researchers to apply for csc scholarship. please get in touch early as a standard phd admission process is required in advance and the university tuition fee waiver for csc applicants should be applied before january 15th.
about dr. fengwang li
faculty page: https://www.sydney.edu.au/engine ... ff/fengwang-li.html
group website: https://www.fli-science.com
dr fengwang li is a lecturer with the school of chemical and biomolecular engineering at the university of sydney since april 2020. his research aims for a “greener”, carbon-neutral future relying on electrochemical energy. his research is supported by an australian research council discovery early career researcher award (decra).
dr li completed his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in chemistry at renmin university of china, before gaining his phd in chemistry from monash university where his doctoral thesis, on the use of atomically thin materials for electrochemical carbon dioxide catalysis, was awarded the university’s mollie holman medal for best phd thesis. he then moved to canada to complete postdoctoral research at the university of toronto, where he focused on developing catalysts and systems for the conversion of carbon dioxide to value-added fuels and chemicals.
dr li has published more than 50 research articles in top-tier journals including nature, science, nature catalysis, nature materials, angewandte chemie, and journal of the american chemical society.
about the university of sydney
founded in 1850, the university is australia's first university. our campus is ranked in the top 10 of the world's most beautiful universities by the british daily telegraph and the huffington post, spreading across the inner-city suburbs of camperdown and darlington. our excellence in research and teaching makes the university one of the top universities in australia and highly ranked among the best universities in the world. the university is ranked 27th globally in the us news rankings 2020, 42th in the qs world university rankings 2020, and 60th in the times higher education world university rankings 2020.