Anqi Wang is a PhD student in the group. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering and Technology at Zhejiang University (Hangzhou, China) in 2016. He joined Imperial College London in October 2016 and completed MSc study in Advanced Chemical Engineering (ACE) in the department in 2017. After, he stayed in the group for PhD research with award of a full Department PhD scholarship.
His PhD project is focused on design and synthesis of microporous organic polymers including polymers of intrinsic microporosity (PIMs), and developing membranes for molecular separation and energy storage applications.
Rui Tan+, Anqi Wang+, Richard Malpass-Evans, Rhodri Williams, Evan Wenbo Zhao, Tao Liu, Chunchun Ye, Xiaoqun Zhou, Barbara Primera Darwich, Zhiyu Fan, Lukas Turcani, Edward Jackson, Linjiang Chen, Samantha Y. Chong, Tao Li, Kim E. Jelfs, Andrew I. Cooper, Nigel P. Brandon, Clare P. Grey, Neil B. McKeown*, and Qilei Song*. Hydrophilic microporous membranes for selective ion separation and flow-battery energy storage. Nature Materials, 19, 195–202(2020). doi:10.1038/s41563-019-0536-8. (+contributed equally).
Evan Wenbo Zhao, Tao Liu, Erlendur Jónsson, Jeongjae Lee, Israel Temprano, Rajesh B. Jethwa, Anqi Wang, Holly Smith, Javier Carretero-González, Qilei Song & Clare P. Grey. In situ NMR metrology reveals reaction mechanisms in redox flow batteries. Nature (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-020-2081-7