Current Lab Members

Group Leader

 

Qilin Li

Qilin.li@rice.edu

Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering


Research Engineer

IAA

iaa1@rice.edu

Testbed Manager – NEWT


Post Doc

 

Kuichang Zuo

Kuichang.zuo@rice.edu

Nanomaterials for Electrosorption and electrocatalysis

Novel desalination and water purification technologies


Lu Liu

luliu@rice.edu

Sustainable Urban food, energy and water infrastructures


Ph.D. students

 

Xiaochuan Huang

Xiaochuan.Huang@rice.edu

Effect of membrane surface properties on scale formation


Ruikun Xin

ruikun.xin@rice.edu

Nano-photonic enhanced membrane distillation


Yuren Feng

yf19@rice.edu

Single-atom electrochemical catalysis


Master Students

 

Ze He

ze.he@rice.edu

Water desalination with membrane distillation using graphene oxide


Yutong Xu

Yutong.Xu@rice.edu

Modification and performance prediction of MD membranes


Visiting Scholars

 

Yasemin Ozturk

Yasemin.Ozturk@rice.edu

Visiting scholar, Rice University, 2019-present

Department of Mining Engineering at Hacettepe University

water desalination by capacitive deionization

wastewater treatment methods and advancing water reuse in flotation plants


Xueying Li

xueyinglihit@163.com

Visiting scholar, Rice University, 2018-2019

Associate professor, Harbin Institute of Technology, China

Molecular to macro-scale phenomenon in novel cementious and membrane materials


Visiting Students

 

Chen Li

cl122@rice.edu

Visiting Student, Rice University, 2019-present

Ph.D. candidate, Tsinghua University, China, 2017-present

Application of ceramic membrane in membrane distillation


Qian Xiao

qx9@rice.edu

Visiting Student, Rice University, 2018-present

Ph.D. Candidate, Tongji University, China

Electrocatalytic reduction of oxyanions


Shijun Zhu

sz64@rice.edu

Visiting Student, Rice University, 2019-present

Ph.D. Candidate, Harbin Institute of Technology, China, 2016-present

removal of water pollutants by advanced oxidation processes (AOPs)

selective removal of toxic anions by the capacitive deionization (CDI) 


Kemal AKTAS

kemalaktas@rice.edu

Visiting Student, Rice University, 2019-present

PhD Candidate, Environmental Engineering, Akdeniz University

arsenic removal from drinking water by modified nanomaterials using capacitive deionization (CDI) 


Ying Yang

yy68@rice.edu

Visiting Student, Rice University, 2018-2019

Ph.D. Sichuan University, China, 2014-now

the removal of perfluorinated chemicals (PFCs) using photo-catalysis and capacitive deionization (CDI)


Jiao Chen

jc148@rice.edu

Visiting Student, Rice University, 2019.3-2019.9

Ph.D candidate,Tsinghua University, China

CDI for effective recovery of organic resources and nutrients from sludge liquors


Yirui Chen

Yi-Rui.Chen@rice.edu

Ph.D candidate, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

Omniphobic and Photothermal Integrated Nanocomposite Membrane for Direct Solar Membrane Distillation

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