Washington State University
Jianghao Zhang received his Bachelor’s degree from Beijing University of Chemical Technology and his Master’s degree from Chinese Academy of Sciences. In both degrees, he focused on the application of heterogeneous catalysis in environmental protection. Then, he joined Washington State University to pursue a PhD degree in Chemical Engineering in 2015. His research interests include understanding the reaction mechanisms and designing Fe-based catalysts in the selective hydrodeoxygenation of lignin-derived phenols to arenes, methanol carbonylation, and the removal of indoor volatile organic compounds under ambient conditions.