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Electromagnetic Wave Absorbing Materials Based on Biomass Carbon

Submission Deadline: 30 September 2022 (closed) View: 5

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Prof. Hongjing Wu, professor, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
Dr. Hongjing Wu was born in Quzhou city, Zhejiang Province at Oct, 1984. He received his B.S. about Applied Chemistry in 2007 and M.S. about Chemistry in 2010 at China University of Geosciences (Wuhan). Then, he studied at Northwestern Polytechnical University from Sep, 2010 to 2014.06 for his PhD about Materials Physics and Chemistry, during which time he work as a visiting scholar at CNR-ISMN from Nov, 2012 to Nov, 2013. His main research interest locates at electromagnetic wave shielding/absorbing materials. He now undertakes two projects of National Science Foundation of China (Youth project and General project) and has completed one project of Natural Science Foundation of Shaanxi Province. He has published over 100 SCI academic papers as first/corresponding author, 33 of them are ESI high cited papers and 5 of them are ESI hot papers. He was also invited to write 5 chapters of English books. His papers were Google Scholar cited for over 7000 times and Google H index= 49. He was selected as RSC “Top 1% Highly Cited Chinese Authors” continuously in 2017 and 2018. He was chosen for “Soaring Nova” talent project of Northwestern Polytechnical University. 

Guanglei Wu, professor, Qingdao University, China
Guanglei Wu is a professor of the Qingdao University. He is Shandong Taishan scholar young experts, Leader of "Structure-functional Polymer Composite Research and Innovation Team" of Youth innovation talent Introduction and education Plan team of Shandong Universities. Person in charge of national first-class undergraduate major construction. Provincial Outstanding Young Talents Fund. Third level distinguished professor of Qingdao University. Dean of Composite Materials and Engineering. He entered Northwestern Polytechnical University in September 2004 and received his bachelor's degree, master's degree, and doctor's degree (major: Material Science) from Northwestern Polytechnical University in 2008, 2011, and 2013 respectively under the supervision of Professor Kaichang Kou; In December 2013, after receiving his Ph. D. degree from Northwestern Polytechnical University, he went to Xi’an Jiaotong University as a postdoctoral fellow to the School of Electrical Engineering-State Key Laboratory of Electrical Equipment Insulation-New Energy Storage and Energy Conversion Nanomaterials Research Center. In November 2015, he joined the Institute of Energy and Environmental Materials, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Qingdao University and has been serving as the laboratory director of the Institute. He was promoted to professor in August 2017. And has won many awards, including the Title of Shandong Provincial Outstanding Youth in 2018; In 2019, won the Youth Innovation Talent Introduction and Education Team of Shandong Colleges and Universities; In 2020, he won the title of Shandong Taishan Scholar Young Expert; Top 2% of scientists in the world (Stanford University, 2020 and 2021); 29,352 of the world's top 100,000 scientists published in 2021.

Xiaomeng Fan, professor, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
Xiaomeng Fan is currently an Associate Professor at School of Materials Science and Engineering at Northwestern Polytechnical University (China). He received his Ph.D. degree in materials science from Northwestern Polytechnical University in June 2015. After his postdoctoral fellow working at Erlangen-Nuremberg University (Germany) from 2015.7 to 2016.12, he joined the Science and Technology on Thermostructural Composite Materials Laboratory of Northwestern Polytechnical University in 2017. He is engaged in the research of multifunctional integrated ceramic matrix composites. So far, he has published more than 50 academic papers with more than 700 citations.

Zhichao Lou, professor, Nanjing Forestry University, China
Zhichao Lou received his PhD degree in Materials Physics and Chemistry from Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics in 2015. During 2013 to 2015, he did his research work on molecular bio-nano-electronics in Prof. Bingqian Xu’s lab at College of Engineering in University of Georgia in USA. Currently he is associate professor at College of Materials Science and Engineering, Nanjing Forestry University and Secretary General of National Innovation Alliance of Bamboo Structural Material Industry of State Forestry and Grassland Administration.
His research now focuses on fabrication of bamboo-based functional materials and biomass-derived carbon-based materials, and bamboo processing and construction. He has published over 60 peer-reviewed papers in scientific journals, including 10 papers with IF>10, 5 papers cited by ESI and 1 hot-spot paper. More than 20 national patents were applied for and 8 were authorized. He is served as reviewer of more than 20 journals in the field of materials and chemistry, with an average annual review of more than 30 manuscripts.


With the development of modern science and technology, the influence of electromagnetic radiation on the environment is increasing day by day. At the airport, aircraft flight due to electromagnetic interference cannot take off and delayed; In hospitals, mobile phones often interfere with the normal operation of electronic diagnosis and treatment instruments. Therefore, the treatment of electromagnetic pollution, looking for a kind of material that can resist and weaken electromagnetic radiation, has become a major subject of material science.
Due to the large dielectric constant of single carbon material, it is not conducive to impedance matching, leading to its poor absorption performance. Moreover, as a nano material, the agglomeration degree between carbon materials is high, and it is difficult to disperse evenly in the matrix. Therefore, the preparation of carbon matrix composites to adjust its electromagnetic parameters, improve the impedance matching degree and improve the dispersion, in order to obtain light and efficient absorbing materials has become a current research focus.
This special issue introduces the latest research progress in the preparation and application of electromagnetic wave absorbing materials based on carbon. 
Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
Design and preparation of graphene composites
Design and preparation of porous carbon composites
Design and preparation of carbon nanotube composites
The loss mechanism of Electromagnetic wave absorbing materials
Parameter testing of various electromagnetic wave absorbing materials based on biomass carbon
Application and development of electromagnetic wave absorbing materials based on biomass carbon


Electromagnetic wave absorbing materials; Loss mechanism; biomass carbon material; composite material

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