Dr. Yinlun Huang is Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science at Wayne State University, USA, where he directs the Laboratory for Multiscale Complex Systems Science and Engineering. His research has been mainly focused on the fundamental study of multiscale complex systems science and sustainability science, with applied study on engineering sustainability, including sustainable nanomaterial development, integrated design of sustainable product and process systems, and manufacturing sustainability. He has published widely in these areas. Dr. Huang is currently directing the NSF funded Sustainable Manufacturing Advances in Research and Technology Coordination Network.
He has chaired many international conferences on sustainable engineering. Dr. Huang is a recipient of AIChE Sustainability Education Award and Research Excellence in Sustainable Engineering Award in 2016 and 2010, respectively, the NASF Scientific Achievement Award in 2013, and the Michigan Green Chemistry Governor’s Award in 2009. He is an elected AIChE Fellow. Dr. Huang holds a B.S. degree from Zhejiang University, China, and a M.S. and a Ph.D. degree from Kansas State University, all in chemical engineering. He was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Texas at Austin before joining Wayne State University in 1993.