报告题目：Recent advancements in the Production of Sustainable Aviation Fuels from Bioresources: Prospects and Challenges
报告人：Cheng Tung Chong副教授
单位：China-UK Low Carbon College, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
3.会议ID：343 421 787
Cheng Tung Chong 博士，毕业于英国剑桥大学，能源工程博士，上海交通大学中英国际低碳学院副教授，上海市海外高层次人才。研究方向为低碳能源系统技术开发与应用，已在著名学术期刊上发表100余篇高水平论文，出版两部专著，多次荣获国际和国家科技奖项：“牛顿高级学者”研究基金奖、国际发明与创新一等奖、杰出青年科学家等荣誉。
Associate Professor Dr Cheng Tung Chong (张振东)
Affiliation: China-UK Low Carbon College, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Dr. Chong holds a Ph.D. degree in the field of Energy & Fuels from University of Cambridge and a Bachelor’s degree in Aeronautical Engineering from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. His research interests include clean energy technology, biofuel production, combustion and thermochemical conversion process. He has participated as PI/Co-PI in 20 research/industrial projects that are related to clean energy utilization, waste-to-energy and pollution reduction. To date, he has published more than 120 technical papers. He was awarded the prestigious Newton Advanced Fellowship from the Royal Society and was recognized as an Outstanding ASEAN Science Diplomat. Dr. Chong is a registered Chartered Engineer (CEng) under the UK Engineering Council and a Professional Engineer (PEng) under the Board of Engineers Malaysia. He is the winner of a Science Communication competition organized by EURAXESS China. He now heads the Clean Energy and Combustion Laboratory at China-UK Low Carbon College.
Topic of presentation:
Recent advancements in the Production of Sustainable Aviation Fuels from Bioresources: Prospects and Challenges
Main content of presentation:
The aviation industry is expected to grow over the next two decades in tandem with the growing population, which will inadvertently lead to the increase in pollutant emissions and greenhouse gases. The aviation community has set an ambitious decarbonization roadmap, by targeting a reduction of CO2 emissions by 50% (relative to 2005 level) for the aviation sector by 2050. One of the major thrusts in reducing GHG emissions is by adopting sustainable jet fuel derived from bioresources and wastes. In this talk, the progress in the production pathways of biojet fuels and emerging fuel technologies are examined, along with the properties specification that must be met in order to qualify as fit-for-purpose jet fuel. Potential biomass feedstocks in China and the reacting conditions needed for the production of bio-jet fuels are discussed. Finally, the impact of aviation bio-jet fuel on the environment will be examined from the point of sustainability and life cycle assessment.
会议ID：343 421 787
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Beijing Time 14:00
Meeting ID: 343 421 787