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Name  
HE Hong
Title  
  Director of Center for Air Pollution Control Technology, RCEES
Highest Education  
  Ph.D
Office  
  18 Shuangqing Road, Haidian District, Beijing, China
Phone  
  0086-10-62849123
Zip Code  
  100085
Fax  
  0086-10-62849121
Email  
  honghe@rcees.ac.cn

Education and Appointments:

  Dr. Hong He is a Professor of the Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences (RCEES), Chinese Academy of Sciences, and is the winner of the NSFC “Distinguished Young Scientist”. Dr. He received his doctorate (PhD) from the University of Tokyo in 1994. He studied and worked for 11 years in Japan, the United States and Canada, and thereafter joined RCEES through the “Hundred Talents Program” of the CAS in 2001. His research has mainly focused on fundamental and applied research in environmental catalysis and heterogeneous atmospheric chemistry, and has made numerous and substantial achievements in the areas of diesel emission control technologies, catalytic indoor air purification and the mechanism of haze formation. Dr. He has published 215 papers as the first author or corresponding author in peer- reviewed journals, of which 191 papers are indexed by SCI, with over 5000 citations. He has also published a scholarly book (The Principles and Application of Environmental Catalysis) in Chinese and two chapters in related English books. Thirty three patents have been granted with Dr. He as first author, seven of which have been applied commercially. He won the National Technology Invention Award (Second Prize) in 2011 and the National Science and Technology Progress Award (Second Prize) in 2014. He is also the project leader of the National 863 project “Key technologies and system for the emission control of diesel vehicles” and the chief scientist of the Strategic Priority Research Program of CAS (Category B) “Formation mechanism and control strategies of haze in China”.     

  As co-chairman, Prof. He presided over the 6th International Conference on Environmental Catalysis and launched a series of China-Japan Workshop on Environmental Catalysis and Eco-materials as founder and organizer, which have continued for 12 years. He has given more than 90 plenary and keynote presentations at international and domestic conferences. He also served as the editor-in-chief of Catalysis Surveys from Asia, and as a member of the editorial board of Scientific Reports, Journal of Environmental Sciences, Journal of Energy Chemistry, and scientific advisory board of Catalysis Letters, Topics in Catalysis and others.     

  Under Prof. He’s supervision, thirty three graduate students have obtained their PhD degrees, of which four have received the Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award of CAS, and seven have been awarded the Special Prize of the President Scholarship and the Excellence Prize of the President Scholarship of CAS. Meanwhile, Prof. He received the Excellent Graduate Advisor Prize of CAS in 2005, 2006, 2011, 2013, and 2014, and was also named Outstanding Teacher in 2006.     

  Recruitment of Students: Environmental Science and Engineering.  

  Prof. He welcomes students who have a sound professional foundation in chemistry, chemical engineering, environmental science and engineering to join his group. For more details, please visit http://hehong.rcees.ac.cn/ 

  Research Fields: 

  1. Selective catalytic reduction of NOx with ammonia: NH3-SCR 

  2. Selective catalytic reduction of NOx with hydrocarbons: HC-SCR 

  3. Applied research of diesel emission control technologies 

  4. Catalytic indoor air purification 

  5. Heterogeneous atmospheric chemistry  


Research Interest:

  Environmental catalysis process and atmospheric pollution control technology 

Public Services:

  Dec. 2015-present: Chief Scientist of CAS Center for Excellence in Urban Atmospheric Environment  

  Jul. 2014-present: Professor of University of Chinese Academy of Sciences 

  Jun.2014-present: Member of Expert Consultation Committee of Jing-Jin-Ji (J3) Collaborative Development  

  Jan. 2013-present: Editor in Chief of Catalysis Surveys from Asia 

  Aug. 2011-present: Member of International Global Atmospheric Chemistry (IGAC), China Working Group  

  May 2010-present: Member of International Conference on Interfaces Against Pollution  

  July 2007-present: Scientific Advisory Board of Catalysis Letters  

  July 2007-present: Scientific Advisory Board of Topics in Catalysis 


Honors:

  1. National Science and Technology Progress Award (Second Prize), 2014 

  2. The Governmental Special Allowance of the State Council, 2012 

  3. National Technology Invention Award (Second Prize), 2011 

  4. Science and Technology Advanced Individual of the Olympic Games, 2008 

  5. National Candidate of the New Century Talents Project, 2006 

  6. GM Foundation China Science & Technology Achievement Award, 2005 

  7. Distinguished Young Scientist of NSFC, 2004 

  8. Excellent Graduate Advisor Award of CAS, 6 times from 2001 to 2014 

  9. Hundred Talents Program of CAS, Excellence Award, 2001-2004 

Selected Publications:
1. Chang Liu, Qingxin Ma, Hong He*, Guangzhi He, Jinzhu Ma, Yongchun Liu, Ying Wu, “Structure-activity relationship of surface hydroxyl groups during NO2 adsorption and transformation on TiO2 nanoparticles”, Environ.Sci.Nano., 4, (2017) 2388-2394.
2. Yaobin Li, Changbin Zhang*, Jinzhu Ma,Min Chen,Hua Deng, Hong He*, “High temperature reduction dramatically promotes Pd/TiO2 catalyst for ambient formaldehyde oxidation”, Appl. Catal. B,217, (2017) 560-569.
3. Guangyan Xu, Jinzhu Ma, Guangzhi He,Yunbo Yu*, Hong He*, “An alumina-supported silver catalyst with high water tolerance for H2 assisted C3H6-SCR of NOx”, Appl. Catal. B,207, (2017) 60-71.
4. Jinzhu Ma, Caixia Wang,Hong He*, “Transition metal doped cryptomelane-type manganese oxide catalysts for ozone decomposition”,Appl. Catal. B,201, (2017) 503-510.
5. Biwu Chu, Xiao Zhang, Yongchun Liu, Hong He*, Yele Sun, Jingkun Jiang, Junhua Li, Jiming Hao, “Synergetic formation of secondary inorganic and organic aerosol: effect of SO2 and NH3 on particle formation and growth”, Atmos. Chem. Phys.,16, (2016) 14219-14230.
6. Lian Wang, Yafei Wang, Yan Zhang, Yunbo Yu*, Hong He*, Xiubo Qin, Baoyi Wang, “Shape dependence of nanoceria on complete catalytic oxidation of o-xylene”, Catal. Sci. Technol., 6, (2016) 4840-4848.
7. Yan Zhang, Yunbo Yu, Hong He*, “Oxygen vacancies on nanosized ceria govern the NOx storage capacity of NSR catalysts”, Catal. Sci. Technol., 6, (2016) 3950-3962.
8. Can?Niu,?Xiaoyan?Shi,?Fudong?Liu,?Kuo?Liu,?Lijuan?Xie,?Yan?You*,Hong?He*,“High?hydrothermal?stability?of?Cu-SAPO-34?catalysts?for?the?NH3-SCR?of?NOx”,Chem.?Eng.?J.,?294,?(2016) 254-263.
9. Lian Wang, Hong He*, Changbin Zhang, Yafei Wang, Bo Zhang, “Effects of precursors for manganese-loaded ?-Al2O3 catalysts on plasma-catalytic removal of o-xylene”, Chem. Eng. J., 288, (2016) 406-413.
10. Lijuan Xie, Fudong Liu, Xiaoyan Shi, Feng-Shou Xiao, Hong He*, “Effects of post-treatment method and Na co-cation on thehydrothermal stability of Cu–SSZ-13 catalyst for the selective catalyticreduction of NOx with NH3”, Appl.Catal. B., 179, (2015) 206-212.
11. Jinzhu Ma, Hong He*, Fudong Liu, “Effect of Fe on the photocatalytic removal of NOx over visible light responsive Fe/TiO2 catalysts”, Appl.Catal. B., 179, (2015) 21-28.
12. Hua Deng, Yunbo Yu, Fudong Liu, Jinzhu Ma, Yan Zhang, Hong He*, “Nature of Ag Species on Ag/?-Al2O3: A combined experimental and theoretical study”, ACS Catalysis, 4, (2014) 2776-2784.
13. Fudong Liu, Yunbo Yu, Hong He*, “Environmentally-benign catalysts for the selective catalytic reduction of NOx from diesel engines: Structure-activity relationship and reaction mechanism aspects”, Chem. Commun., 50 (62),(2014) 8445-8463.
14. Yunbo Yu, Hong He*, Xiuli Zhang, Hua Deng, “A common feature of H2-assisted HC-SCR over Ag/Al2O3”, Catal. Sci. Technol., 4, (2014) 1239-1245.
15. Hong He*, Yuesi Wang, Qingxin Ma, Jinzhu Ma, Biwu Chu, Dongsheng Ji, Guiqian Tang, Chang Liu, Hongxing Zhang, Jiming Hao, “Mineral dust and NOx promote the conversion of SO2 to sulfate in heavy pollution days”, Sci. Rep., 4, (2014) 04172.
16. Lijuan Xie, Fudong Liu, Kuo Liu, Xiaoyan Shi, Hong He*,“Inhibitory effect of NO2 on the selective catalytic reduction of NOx with NH3 over one-pot synthesized Cu–SSZ-13 catalyst”, Catal. Sci. Technol., 4, (2014) 1104-1110.
17. Yafei Wang, Changbin Zhang, Fudong Liu, Hong He*, “Well-dispersed palladium supported on ordered mesoporous Co3O4 for catalytic oxidation of o-xylene”, Appl.Catal. B., 142-143, (2013) 72-79.
18. Qingxin Ma, Hong He*, Yongchun Liu, Chang Liu, Vicki H. Grassian, “Heterogeneous and multiphase formation pathways of gypsum in the atmosphere”, Phys.Chem.Chem.Phys., 15, (2013) 19196-19204.
19. Fudong Liu, Hong He*, Zhihua Lian, Wenpo Shan, Lijuan Xie, Kiyotaka Asakura, Weiwei Yang, Hua Deng, “Highly dispersed iron vanadate catalyst supported on TiO2 for the selective catalytic reduction of NOx with NH3”, J. Catal., 307, (2013) 340-351.
20. Chong Han, Yongchun Liu, Hong He*, “Role of organic carbon in heterogeneous reaction of NO2 with soot”, Environ. Sci. Technol., 47, (2013) 3174-3181.
21. Chong Han, Yongchun Liu*, Jinzhu Ma, Hong He*, “Key role of organic carbon in the sunlight enhanced atmospheric aging of soot by O2”, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA., 109(52), (2012) 21250-21255.
22. Changbin Zhang, Fudong Liu, Yanping Zhai, Hiroko Ariga, Nan Yi, Yongchun Liu, Kiyotaka Asakura, Maria Flytzani-Stephanopoulos*,Hong He*, “Alkali-metal-promoted Pt/TiO2 opens a more efficient pathway to formaldehyde oxidation at ambient temperatures”,Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 51, (2012) 9628-9632.
23. Chang Liu, Qingxin Ma, Yongchun Liu, Jinzhu Ma, Hong He*, “Synergistic reaction between SO2 and NO2 on mineral oxides: a potential formation pathway of sulfate aerosol. Phys.Chem.Chem.Phys., 14, (2012) 1668-1676.
24. Yongchun Liu, Junzhu Ma, Chang Liu, Hong He*, “Heterogeneous uptake of carbonyl sulfide onto kaolinite within a temperature range of 220–330 K”, J. Geophys. Res., 115, (2010) D24311.
25. Fudong Liu, Hong He*, “Structure-activity relationship of iron titanate catalysts in the selective catalytic reduction of NOX with NH3”, J. Phys. Chem. C, 114, (2010) 16929-16936.
26. Yongchun Liu, Junzhu Ma, Hong He*, “Heterogeneous reactions of carbonyl sulfide on mineral oxides: mechanism and kinetics study”, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 10, (2010) 10335-10344.
27. Yunbo Yu, Xiaoping Song, Hong He*, “Remarkable influence of reductant structure on the activity of alumina-supported silver catalyst for the selective catalytic reduction of NOx”, J. Catal., 271, (2010) 343-350.
28. Fudong Liu, Hong He*, Changbin Zhang, Zhaochi Feng, Lirong Zheng, Yaning Xie, Tiandou Hu, “Selective catalytic reduction of NO with NH3 over iron titanate catalyst: Catalytic performance and characterization”, Appl.Catal. B, 96, (2010) 408-420.
29. Hong He*, Yi Li, Xiuli Zhang, Yunbo Yu, Changbin Zhang, “Precipitable silver compound catalysts for the selective catalytic reduction of NOx by ethanol”, Appl.Catal. A, 375, (2010) 258-264.
30. Li Zhang, Hong He*, “Mechanism of selective catalytic oxidation of ammonia to nitrogen over Ag/Al2O3”, J. Catal., 268, (2009) 18-25.
31. Fudong Liu, Hong He*, Yun Ding, Changbin Zhang, “Effect of manganese substitution on the structure and activity of iron titanate catalyst for the selective catalytic reduction of NO with NH3”, Appl.Catal. B, 93, (2009) 194-204.
32. Yongchun Liu, Qingxin Ma, Hong He*, “Comparative study of the effect of water on the heterogeneous reactions of carbonyl sulfide on the surface of α-Al2O3 and MgO”, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 9, (2009) 6273-6286.
33. Li Xue, Hong He*,Chang Liu, Changbin Zhang, Bo Zhang, “Promotion effects and mechanism of alkali metals and alkaline earth metals on cobalt-cerium composite oxide catalysts for N2O decomposition”, Environ. Sci. Technol., 43, (2009) 890-895.
34. Li Zhang, Changbin Zhang, Hong He*, “The role of silver species in Ag/Al2O3 catalysts for the selective catalytic oxidation of ammonia to nitrogen”, J. Catal., 261, (2009) 101-109.
35. Qingxin Ma, Yingchun Liu, Hong He*, “Synergistic effect between NO2 and SO2 in their adsorption and reaction on γ-Alumina”, J. Phys. Chem. A, 112, (2008) 6630-6635.
36. Fudong Liu, Hong He*, Changbin Zhang, “Novel iron titanate catalyst for the selective catalytic reduction of NO with NH3 in the medium temperature range”, Chem. Commun.,(2008) 2043-2045.
37. Li Xue, Changbin Zhang, Hong He*, Yasutake Teraoka, “Catalytic decomposition of N2O over CeO2 promoted Co3O4 spinel catalyst”, Appl. Catal. B,75, (2007) 167-174.
38. Changbin Zhang, Hong He*, Ken-ichi Tanaka, “Catalytic performance and mechanism of a Pt/TiO2 catalyst for the oxidation of formaldehyde at room temperature”, Appl. Catal.B, 65, (2006) 37-43.
39. Hong He*, Junfeng Liu, Yujing Mu, Yunbo Yu, Meixue Chen, “Heterogeneous oxidation of carbonyl sulfide on atmospheric particles and alumina”, Environ. Sci. Technol., 39(24), (2005) 9637-9642.



Supported Projects:

  1. Strategic Priority Research Program of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Category B): Formation Mechanism and Control Strategies of Haze in China. XDB05000000, Chief Scientist, 2012.10-2017.09. 

  2. National 863 project: Key Technologies and System for the Emission Control of Diesel Vehicles, 2013AA065301, Project Leader, 2013.01-2015.12. 

  3. National Natural Science Foundation of China: The Selective Catalytic Reduction of NOx with NH3 over Cu-chabazite(Cu-CHA). 2013.01-2016.12. 

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