Jinsheng Wang, Ph.D.
Current research and/or projects
I started my career with the China National Chemical Construction Corporation (Beijing, China) as a chemical engineer. Later I worked in Japan’s National Institute of Materials and Chemical Research (Tsukuba, Japan) as a research scientist, and then in Iwatani International Corporation (Shiga, Japan) as a chemical engineer. I have been working in Canmet since 2000, first in Devon, AB and then in Ottawa.
Research and/or project statements
Current Research Projects:
- Unconventional oil and gas.
- Greenhouse gas (CO2, CH4, N2O) control.
- Biomass utilization.
- Clean energy processes.
- Heavy oil processing.
Professional activities / interests
Education and awards
B.Sc. from the Beijing Institute of Chemical Technology, China, 1982.
M.Sc. from the Institute of Aeronautical Materials, China, 1985.
Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the Kyoto University, Japan, 1993.
Outstanding reviewer for the journals Applied Energy and International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, respectively.
- J. Wang, Z. Wang, D. Ryan, C. Lan (2015). A study of the effect of impurities on CO2 storage capacity in geological formations, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 42, 132-137.
- J. Wang, D. Ryan, E.J. Anthony (2011). Reducing the greenhouse gas footprint of shale gas, Energy Policy 39, 8196-8199.
- Y. Shao, J. Wang, C. Xu, J. Zhu, F. Preto, G. Tourigny, C. Badour, H. Li (2011). An experimental and modeling study of ash deposition behaviour for co-firing peat with lignite, Applied Energy 88, 2635-2640.
- J. Wang and E.J. Anthony (2008). Clean combustion of solid fuels, Applied Energy 85, 73-79.
- J. Wang and E.J. Anthony (2003). A Study of Thermal Cracking Behavior of Asphaltenes, Chemical Engineering Science 58, 157-162.
I was an adjunct professor in Lakehead University from 2009 to 2013.