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Jun Cheng

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Name

 Jun Cheng

Department

 New Energy and Energy Storage

Title

 Professor

Contact    Information

 juncheng@cqu.edu.cn

 

Biography

Jun Cheng is a Distinguished Professor of Changjiang River Scholar in College of Energy and Power Engineering at Chongqing University, China. He is a leading talent of National Special Support Program and a chief expert of National Key R&D project of China. His research area focuses on Carbon Neutrality, Smart Energy, Energy Storage, New Energy, Energy Saving and Environmental Protection. He has published over 300 academic papers on international journals, been authorized over 60 invention patents and got two awards of National Science & Technology Progress of China.

 

Research Interests:

Carbon Neutrality, Smart Energy, Energy Storage, New Energy, Energy Saving and Environmental Protection, including CO2 Conversion and Utilization, Renewable Synthetic Fuels, Hydrogen Energy, Biomass Energy, Solar Energy.

Ongoing research Projects: (1) Wind and solar power storage to produce hydrogen and renewable synthetic fuels (green hydrogen / green ammonia / green methanol), (2) CO2 electrolytic reduction to produce methanol and to produce methane with microbial electrochemistry, (3) CO2 fixation with microalgae to produce valuable biomass for multi-products.

 

Work Experience:

2022 - now, Changjiang Scholars Distinguished Professor, College of Energy and Power Engineering, Chongqing University

2018 - 2022, Qiushi Distinguished Professor, College of Energy Engineering, Zhejiang University

2010 - 2017, Full Professor, College of Energy Engineering, Zhejiang University

2008 - 2009, Visiting research scholar, Chemistry Department, Princeton University, USA

2005 - 2009, Associate professor, College of Energy Engineering, Zhejiang University

2002 - 2004, Assistant professor, College of Energy Engineering, Zhejiang University

 

Education:

Ph.D.–Zhejiang University, Energy and Environment Engineering, 2002

M.S. –Zhejiang University, Energy and Environment Engineering, 1999

B.S. –Shandong University, Thermal Power Engineering, 1996.

 

Scientific Awards and Honors:

Changjiang Scholars Distinguished Professor, 2021

Leading Talent of National Special Support Program, 2016

National leading talents for scientific and technical innovation, 2014

Zhejiang Provincial Funds for Distinguished Young Scientists, 2014

Youth Award of Science and Technology of Zhejiang Province, 2013

New Century Excellent Talents in Universities of China, 2011

Top 100 Authors of National Excellent Doctoral Dissertation, 2004

Second Class Award of National Science & Technology Progress, 2009

Second Class Award of National Science & Technology Progress, 2001

First Class Award of Natural Science of Zhejiang Province, 2017

 

Main Courses

1. CO2 Capture, Utilization and Storage

2. Professional English in New Energy

3. Principles of Biomass Energy

4. Hydrogen Energy

5. Measurement Technologies in Thermal Power Engineering

6. Advanced Biomass Energy

7. Technology and Engineering of New Energy

8. Renewable Energy

9. Chemical Mechanisms in Energy and Environment Engineering

10. Pollutants Control in Energy and Environment Engineering

 

Selected Journal Publications

1.        Jun Cheng*, Xian Yang, Xiao Yang, et al. Hierarchical Ni3S2@2D Co MOF nanosheets as efficient hetero-electrocatalyst for hydrogen evolution reaction in alkaline solution. Fuel Processing Technology, 2022, 229: 107174-107183.

2.        Jun Cheng*, Hao Guo , Xiao Yang, et al. Phosphotungstic acid-modified zeolite imidazolate framework (ZIF-67) as an acid-base bifunctional heterogeneous catalyst for biodiesel production from microalgal lipids. Energy Conversion and Management, 2021, 232: 113872-113882.

3.        Jun Cheng*, Shuzheng Liu, Wangbiao Guo, et al. Developing staggered woven mesh aerator with three variable-micropore layers in recycling water pipeline to enhance CO2 conversion for improving Arthrospira growth. Science of the Total Environment, 2021, 760: 143941-143949.

4.        Jun Cheng*, Xiao Yang, XiaoXu Xuan, et al. Efficient hybrid solar-to-alcohol system via synergistic catalysis between well-defined CuN4 sites and its sulfide (CuS). Chemical Engineering Journal, 2020, 392: 123799-123806.

5.        Jun Cheng*, Hui Li, Lingkan Ding, et al. Improving hydrogen and methane co-generation in cascading dark fermentation and anaerobic digestion: The effect of magnetite nanoparticles on microbial electron transfer and syntrophism. Chemical Engineering Journal, 2020, 397: 125394 -125408.

6.        Jun Cheng*, Yali Wang, Niu Liu, et al. Enhanced CO2 selectivity of mixed matrix membranes with carbonized Zn/Co zeolitic imidazolate frameworks. Applied Energy, 2020, 272: 115179- 115187.

7.        Jun Cheng*, Xiao Yang, Xiaoxu Xuan, et al. Efficient Conversion of Carbon Dioxide on Atomically Dispersed MetalNx Species-Anchored Porous Carbon with Embedded CuxCoy Nanoparticles by Accelerating Electron Separation. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 2020, 8: 5994-6002.

8.        Jun Cheng*, Zhenyi Wang, Hongxiang Lu, et al. Hydrogen Sulfide Improves Lipid Accumulation in Nannochloropsis oceanica through Metabolic Regulation of Carbon Allocation and Energy Supply. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 2020, 8: 2481-2489.

9.        Jun Cheng*, Yanmei Song, Yi Miao, et al. Three-Stage Shear-Serrated Aerator Broke CO2 Bubbles To Promote Mass Transfer and Microalgal Growth. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 2020, 8: 939-947.

10.     Jun Cheng*, Hao Guo, Yi Qiu, et al. Switchable solvent N, N, N, N-tetraethyl-1, 3-propanediamine was dissociated into cationic surfactant to promote cell disruption and lipid extraction from wet microalgae for biodiesel production. Bioresource Technology, 2020, 312: 123607-123613.

11.     Jun Cheng*, Haiquan Dong, Haihua Zhang, et al. Improving CH4 production and energy conversion from CO2 and H2 feedstock gases with mixed methanogenic community over Fe nanoparticles. Bioresource Technology, 2020, 314: 123799-123806.

12.     Jun Cheng*, Liangchen Yue, Junjie Hua, et al. Hydrothermal alkali pretreatment contributes to fermentative methane production of a typical lipid from food waste through co-production of hydrogen with methane. Bioresource Technology, 2020, 306: 123164-123171.

13.     Jun Cheng*, Junjie Hua, Ting Kang, et al. Nanoscale zero-valent iron improved lactic acid degradation to produce methane through anaerobic digestion. Bioresource Technology, 2020, 317: 124013-124020.

14.     Jun Cheng*, Yali Wang, Leiqing Hu, et al. Using lantern Zn/Co-ZIF nanoparticles to provide channels for CO2 permeation through PEO-based MMMs. Journal of Membrane Science, 2020, 597: 117644-117651.

15.     Jun Cheng*, Xiao Yang, Xiaoxu Xuan, et al. Development of an efficient catalyst with controlled sulfur vacancies and high pyridine nitrogen content for the photoelectrochemical reduction of CO2 into methanol. Science of the Total Environment, 2020, 702: 134981-134989.

16.     Jun Cheng*, Yanxia Zhu, Ke Li, et al. Calcinated MIL-100(Fe) as a CO2 adsorbent to promote biomass productivity of Arthrospira platensis cells. Science of the Total Environment, 2020, 699: 134375-134383.

17.     Jun Cheng*, Niu Liu, Yali Wang, et al. Nitrogen-doped microporous carbon material decorated with metal nanoparticles derived from solid Zn/Co zeolitic imidazolate framework with high selectivity for CO2 separation. Fuel, 2020, 265: 116972-116986.

18.     Jun Cheng* Xin Lai, Qing Ye, et al. Numerical simulation on optimizing flow field and flashing-light effect in jet-aerated tangential swirling-flow plate photobioreactor to improve microalgal growth. Chemical Engineering Science, 2020, 215: 115371-115380.

19.     Jun Cheng*, Yi Qiu, Ze Zhang, et al. Mixing Food Waste and Microalgae to Simutaneously Improve Biodiesel Production Through Transesterification and Bio-Crude Production Through Hydrothermal Liquefaction. Journal of Biobased Materials and Bioenergy, 2020, 14(1): 40-49.

20.     Jun Cheng*, Xiaoxu Xuan, Xiao Yang, et al. Selective reduction of CO2 to alcohol products on octahedral catalyst of carbonized Cu(BTC) doped with Pd nanoparticles in a photoelectrochemical cell. Chemical Engineering Journal, 2019, 358: 860-868.

21.     Jun Cheng*, Niu Liu, Leiqing Hu, et al. Polyethyleneimine entwine thermally-treated Zn/Co zeolitic imidazolate frameworks to enhance CO2 adsorption. Chemical Engineering Journal, 2019, 364: 530-540.

22.     Jun Cheng*, Liangchen Yue, Junjie Hua, et al. Hydrothermal heating with sulphuric acid contributes to improved fermentative hydrogen and methane co-generation from Dianchi Lake algal bloom. Energy Conversion and Management, 2019, 192: 282-291.

23.     Jun Cheng*, Zhenyi Wang, Hongxiang Lu, et al. Hydrogen Sulfide Promotes Cell Division and Photosynthesis of Nannochloropsis oceanica with 15% Carbon Dioxide. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 2019, 7: 16344-16354.

24.     Jun Cheng*, Junchen Xu, Qing Ye, et al. Strengthening mass transfer of carbon dioxide microbubbles dissolver in a horizontal tubular photo-bioreactor for improving microalgae growth. Bioresource Technology, 2019, 277: 11-17.

25.     Jun Cheng*, Yanmei Song, Wangbiao Guo, et al. Developing microporous fibrous-diaphragm aerator to decrease bubble generation diameter for improving microalgal growth with CO2 fixation in a raceway pond. Bioresource Technology, 2019, 276: 28-34.

26.     Jun Cheng*, Yanxia Zhu, Ze Zhang, et al. Modification and improvement of microalgae strains for strengthening CO2 fixation from coal-fired flue gas in power plants. Bioresource Technology, 2019, 291: 121850-121861.

27.     Jun Cheng*, Yanxia Zhu, Xiaodan Xu, et al. Enhanced biomass productivity of Arthrospira platensis using zeolitic imidazolate framework-8 as carbon dioxide adsorbents. Bioresource Technology, 2019, 294: 122118-122125.

28.     Jun Cheng*, Xin Lai, Qing Ye, et al. A novel jet-aerated tangential swirling-flow plate photobioreactor generates microbubbles that enhance mass transfer and improve microalgal growth. Bioresource Technology, 2019, 288: 121531-121538.

29.     Jun Cheng*, Ze Zhang, Xi Zhang, et al. Hydrodeoxygenation and hydrocracking of microalgae biodiesel to produce jet biofuel over H3PW12O40-Ni/hierarchical mesoporous zeolite Y catalyst. Fuel, 2019, 245: 384-391.

30.     Jun Cheng*, Xiaoxu Xuan, Xiao Yang, et al. Enhanced photoelectrochemical hydrogenation of green-house gas CO2 to high-order solar fuel on coordinatively unsaturated metal-N sites containing carbonized Zn/Co ZIFs. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 2019, 44: 21597 -21606.

31.     Jun Cheng*, Ze Zhang, Xi Zhang, et al. Continuous hydroprocessing of microalgae biodiesel to jet fuel range hydrocarbons promoted by Ni/hierarchical mesoporous Y zeolite catalyst. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 2019, 44: 11765-11773.

32.     Jun Cheng*, Liangchen Yue, Lingkan Ding, et al. Improving fermentative hydrogen and methane production from an algal bloom through hydrothermal/steam acid pretreatment. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 2019, 44: 5812-5820.

33.     Jun Cheng*, Ze Zhang, Xi Zhang, et al. Sulfonated mesoporous Y zeolite with nickel to catalyze hydrocracking of microalgae biodiesel into jet fuel range hydrocarbons. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 2019, 44: 1650-1658.

34.     Jun Cheng*, Hui Li, Jiabei Zhang, et al. Enhanced dark hydrogen fermentation of Enterobacter aerogenes /HoxEFUYH with carbon cloth. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 2019, 44: 3560-3568.

35.     Jun Cheng*, Fan Zhou, Xiaoxu Xuan, et al. The catalytic effect of the Na and Ca-rich industrial wastes on the thermal ignition of coal combustion. Chinese Journal of Chemical Engineering, 2019, 27: 2467-2471.

36.     Jun Cheng*, Wangbiao Guo, Chengyi Cai, et al. Alternatively permutated conic baffles generate vortex flow field to improve microalgal productivity in a raceway pond. Bioresource Technology, 2018, 249: 212-218.

37.     Jun Cheng*, Wangbiao Guo, Kubar Ameer Ali, et al. Promoting helix pitch and trichome length to improve biomass harvesting efficiency and carbon dioxide fixation rate by Spirulina sp. in 660m2 raceway ponds under purified carbon dioxide from a coal chemical flue gas. Bioresource Technology, 2018, 261: 76-85.

38.     Jun Cheng*, Wangbiao Guo, Yanmei Song, et al. Enhancing vorticity magnitude of turbulent flow to promote photochemical efficiency and trichome helix pitch of Arthrospira platensis in a raceway pond with conic baffles. Bioresource Technology, 2018, 269: 1-8.

39.     Jun Cheng*, Yi Miao, Wangbiao Guo, et al. Reduced generation time and size of carbon dioxide bubbles in a volute aerator for improving Spirulina sp. growth. Bioresource Technology, 2018, 270: 352-358.

40.     Jun Cheng*, Junchen Xu, Hongxiang Lu, et al. Generating cycle flow between dark and light zones with double paddlewheels to improve microalgal growth in a flat plate photo-bioreactor. Bioresource Technology, 2018, 261: 151-157.

41.     Jun Cheng*, Qing Ye, Ke Li, et al. Removing ethinylestradiol from wastewater by microalgae mutant Chlorella PY-ZU1 with CO2 fixation. Bioresource Technology, 2018, 249: 284-289.

42.     Jun Cheng*, Yannan Li, Leiqing Hu, et al. CO2 absorption and diffusion in ionic liquid [P66614] [Triz] modified molecular sieves SBA-15 with various pore lengths. Fuel Processing Technology, 2018, 172: 216-224.

43.     Jun Cheng*, Fan Zhou, Tingting Si, et al. Mechanical strength and combustion properties of biomass pellets prepared with coal tar residue as a binder. Fuel Processing Technology, 2018, 179: 229-237.

44.     Jun Cheng*, Hongxiang Lu, Ke Li, et al. Enhancing growth-relevant metabolic pathways of Arthrospira platensis (CYA-1) with gamma irradiation from 60Co. RSC Advances., 2018, 8: 16824- 16833.

45.     Jun Cheng*, Xiaoxu Xuan, Xiao Yang, et al. Preparation of a Cu(BTC)-rGO catalyst loaded on a Pt deposited Cu foam cathode to reduce CO2 in a photoelectrochemical cell. RSC Advances., 2018, 8: 32296–32303.

46.     Jun Cheng*, Zongbo Yang, Junhu Zhou, et al. Improving the CO2 fixation rate by increasing flow rate of the flue gas from microalgae in a raceway pond. Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering, 2018, 35(2): 498-502.

47.     Jun Cheng*, Yannan Li, Leiqing Hu, Jianzhong Liu, Junhu Zhou, Kefa Cen. Characterization of CO2 Absorption and Carbamate Precipitate in Phase-Change N Methyl-1,3-diaminopropane /N,N Dimethylformamide Solvent. Energy & Fuels, 2017, 31: 13972-13978.

48.     Jun Cheng*, Yi Qiu, Jie Zhang, et al. Conversion of lipids from wet microalgae into biodiesel using sulfonated graphene oxide catalysts. Bioresource Technology, 2017, 244: 569-574.

49.     Jun Cheng*, Hongxiang Lu, Xin He, et al. Mutation of Spirulina sp. by nuclear irradiation to improve growth rate under 15% carbon dioxide in flue gas. Bioresource Technology, 2017, 238: 650-656.

50.     Jun Cheng*, Leiqing Hu, Yannan Li, et al. Improving CO2 permeation and separation performance of CO2-philicpolymer membrane by blending CO2 absorbents. Applied Surface Science, 2017, 410: 206-214.

51.     Jun Cheng*, Ke Li, Yanxia Zhu, et al. Transcriptome sequencing and metabolic pathways of astaxanthin accumulated in Haematococcus pluvialis mutant under 15% CO2. Bioresource Technology, 2017, 228: 99-105.

52.     Jun Cheng*, Min Liu, Wenlu Song, et al. Enhanced hydrogen production of Enterobacter aerogenes mutated by nuclear irradiation. Bioresource Technology, 2017, 227: 50-55.

53.     Jun Cheng*, Jiabei Zhang, Richen Lin, et al. Ionic-liquid pretreatment of cassava residues for the cogeneration of fermentative hydrogen and methane. Bioresource Technology, 2017, 228: 348-354.

54.     Jun Cheng*, Qing Ye, Zongbo Yang, et al. Microstructure and antioxidative capacity of the microalgae mutant Chlorella PY-ZU1 during tilmicosin removal from wastewater under 15% CO2. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2017, 324: 414-419.

55.     Jun Cheng*, Fan Zhou, Xiaoxu Xuan, et al. Comparison of the catalytic effects of eight industrial wastes rich in Na, Fe, Ca and Al on anthracite coal combustion. Fuel, 2017, 187: 398-402.

56.     Jun Cheng*, Lingkan Ding, Richen Lin, et al. Fermentative biohydrogen and biomethane co-production from mixture of food waste and sewage sludge: Effects of physiochemical properties and mix ratios on fermentation performance. Applied Energy, 2016,184: 1-8.

57.     Jun Cheng*, Yi Qiu, Rui Huang, et al. Biodiesel production from wet microalgae by using graphene oxide as solid acid catalyst. Bioresource Technology, 2016, 221: 344-349.

58.     Jun Cheng*, Yannan Li, Leiqing Hu, et al. CO2 Adsorption Performance of Ionic Liquid [P66614][2-Op] Loaded onto Molecular Sieve MCM-41 Compared to Pure Ionic Liquid in Biohythane/Pure CO2 Atmospheres. Energy Fuels, 2016, 30: 3251-3256.

59.     Jun Cheng*, Fan Zhou, Xiaoxu Xuan, et al. Cascade chain catalysis of coal combustion by Na–Fe–Ca composite promoters from industrial wastes. Fuel, 2016, 181: 820-826.

60.     Jun Cheng*, Xin Wang, Tingting Si, et al. Pore fractal structures and combustion dynamics of cokes derived from the pyrolysis of typical Chinese power coals. Fuel Processing Technology, 2016, 149: 49-54.

61.     Jun Cheng*, Qing Ye, Jiao Xu, et al. Improving pollutants removal by microalgae Chlorella PY-ZU1 with 15% CO2 from undiluted anaerobic digestion effluent of food wastes with ozonation pretreatment. Bioresource Technology, 2016, 216: 273-279.

62.     Jun Cheng*, Ke Li, Zongbo Yang, et al. Gradient domestication of Haematococcus pluvialis mutant with 15% CO2 to promote biomass growth and astaxanthin yield. Bioresource Technology, 2016,216: 340-344.

63.     Jun Cheng*, Lingkan Ding, Richen Lin, et al. Physicochemical characterization of typical municipal solid wastes for fermentative hydrogen and methane co-production. Energy Conversion and Management, 2016,117: 297-304.

64.     Jun Cheng*, Xin Wang, Tingting Si, et al. Ignition temperature and activation energy of power coal blends predicted with back-propagation neural network models. Fuel, 2016,173: 230–238.

65.     Jun Cheng*, Ke Li, Zongbo Yang, et al. Enhancing the growth rate and astaxanthin yield of Haematococcus pluvialis by nuclear irradiation and high concentration of carbon dioxide stress. Bioresource Technology, 2016, 204: 49-54.

66.     Jun Cheng*, Hongxiang Lu, Yun Huang, et al. Enhancing growth rate and lipid yield of Chlorella with nuclear irradiation under high salt and CO2 stress. Bioresource Technology, 2016, 203: 220-227.

67.     Jun Cheng*, Zongbo Yang, Qing Ye, et al. Improving CO2 fixation with microalgae by bubble breakage in raceway ponds with up-down chute baffles. Bioresource Technology, 2016, 201: 174-181.

68.     Jun Cheng*, Fan Zhou, Xin Wang, et al. Optimization of microwave dewatering of an Indonesian lignite. Fuel Processing Technology, 2016, 144: 71-78.

69.     Jun Cheng*, Xin Wang, Tingting Si, et al. Maximum burning rate and fixed carbon burnout efficiency of power coal blends predicted with back-propagation neural network models. Fuel, 2016, 172: 170-177.

70.     Jun Cheng*, Leiqing Hu, Yannan Li, et al. Improving CO2 permeability of ceramic hollow fibre-supported composite membranes by blending an ionic liquid in the Pebax/PEGDME selective layer. RSC Advances, 2016, 6: 2055-2064.

71.     Jun Cheng*, Meng Zhang, Jianzhong Liu, et al. A Cu foam cathode used as a Pt–RGO catalyst matrix to improve CO2 reduction in a photoelectrocatalytic cell with a TiO2 photoanode. Journal of Materials Chemistry A. 2015,3:12947-12957.

72.     Jun Cheng*, Meng Zhang, Gai Wu, et al. Optimizing CO2 reduction conditions to increase carbon atom conversion using a Pt-RGO||Pt-TNT photoelectrochemical cell. Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells. 2015, 132: 606-614.

73.     Jun Cheng* , Zongbo Yang, Qing Ye, et al. Enhanced flashing light effect with up-down chute baffles to improve microalgal growth in a raceway pond. Bioresource Technology. 2015, 190: 29-35.

74.     Jun Cheng*, Rui Huang, Tao Li, et al. Physicochemical characterization of wet microalgal cells disrupted with instant catapult steam explosion for lipid extraction. Bioresource Technology. 2015, 191: 66-72.

75.     Jun Cheng*, Zongbo Yang, Yun Huang, et al. Improving growth rate of microalgae in a 1191 m2 raceway pond to fix CO2 from flue gas in a coal-fired power plant. Bioresource Technology. 2015, 190: 235-241.

76.     Jun Cheng*, Richen Lin, Lingkan Ding, et al. Fermentative hydrogen and methane cogeneration from cassava residues: Effect of pretreatment on structural characterization and fermentation performance. Bioresource Technology. 2015, 179: 407-413

77.     Jun Cheng*, Lingkan Ding, Ao Xia, et al. Hydrogen production using amino acids obtained by protein degradation in waste biomass by combined dark- and photo-fermentation. Bioresource Technology. 2015, 179: 13-19

78.     Jun Cheng*, Jiao Xu, Yun Huang, et al. Growth optimisation of microalga mutant at high CO2 concentration to purify undiluted anaerobic digestion effluent of swine manure. Bioresource Technology. 2015, 177:240-246

79.     Jun Cheng*, Fan Zhou, Xin Wang, et al. Physicochemical properties of Indonesian lignite continuously modified in a tunnel-type microwave oven for slurribility improvement. Fuel. 2015,150:493-500.

80.     Jun Cheng*, Fan Zhou, Xin Wang, et al. Physicochemical properties of wastewater produced from the microwave upgrading process of Indonesian lignite. Fuel. 2015,158:435-442.

81.     Jun Cheng*, Leiqing Hu, Chaofan Ji, et al. Porous ceramic hollow fiber-supported Pebax/PEGDME composite membrane for CO2 separation from biohythane. RSC Advances. 2015, 5: 60453-60459.

82.     Jun Cheng*, Xin Wang, Fan Zhou, et al. Physicochemical characterizations for improving the slurryability of Philippine lignite upgraded through microwave irradiation. RSC Advances. 2015, 5:14690 - 14696.

83.     Jun Cheng*, Richen Lin, Wenlu Song, et al. Enhancement of fermentative hydrogen production from hydrolyzed water hyacinth with activated carbon detoxification and bacteria domestication. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2015, 40: 2545-2551.

84.     Jun Cheng*, Tao Li, Rui Huang, et al. Combustion dynamics of biodiesel produced by supercritical methanol transesterification. Fuel Processing Technology 2015, 131: 409-413

85.     Jun Cheng*, Jia Feng, Tingting Ge, et al. Pyrolytic characteristics of biodiesel prepared from lipids accumulated in diatom cells with growth regulation. Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering, 2015,120(2):161-166.

86.     Jun Cheng*, Yaqiong Liu, Richen Lin, et al. Cogeneration of hydrogen and methane from the pretreated biomass of algae bloom in Taihu Lake. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2014, 39: 18793-18802

87.     Jun Cheng, Xin Wang, Rui Huang, et al. Producing Ethanol from Water Hyacinth through Simultaneous Saccharification and Fermentation with Acclimatized Yeasts. BioResources, 2014, 9(4): 7666-7680

88.     Jun Cheng*, Jia Feng, Jing Sun, et al. Enhancing the lipid content of the diatom Nitzschia sp. by 60Co-γ irradiation mutation and high-salinity domestication. Energy, 2014, 78: 9-15

89.     Jun Cheng*, Rui Huang, Tao Li, et al. Biodiesel from wet microalgae: Extraction with hexane after the microwave-assisted transesterification of lipids. Bioresource Technology, 2014, 170: 69-75

90.     Jun Cheng*, Rui Huang, Tao Yu, et al. Biodiesel production from lipids in wet microalgae with microwave irradiation and bio-crude production from algal residue through hydrothermal liquefaction. Bioresource Technology. 2014, 151: 415-418

91.     Jun Cheng*, Tao Li, Rui Huang, et al. Optimizing catalysis conditions to decrease aromatic hydrocarbons and increase alkanes for improving jet biofuel quality. Bioresource Technology, 2014, 158: 378-382

92.     Jun Cheng*, Jing Sun, Yun Huang, et al. Fractal microstructure characterization of wet microalgal cells disrupted with ultrasonic cavitation for lipid extraction. Bioresource Technology, 2014, 170: 138-143

93.     Jun Cheng*, Richen Lin, Ao Xia, et al. Sequential Generation of Fermentative Hydrogen and Methane from Swine Manure with Physicochemical Characterization. Energy & Fuels, 2014, 28: 563−570.

94.     Jun Cheng*, Jia Feng, Ruolin Cheng, et al. Gene expression and metabolic pathways related to cell growth and lipid synthesis in diatom Nitzschia ZJU2 after two rounds of mutagenesis by g-rays. RSC Advances, 2014, 4, 28463-28470

95.     Jun Cheng*, Meng Zhang, Gai Wu, et al. Photoelectrocatalytic Reduction of CO2 into Chemicals Using Pt-Modified Reduced Graphene Oxide Combined with Pt-Modified TiO2 Nanotubes. Environmental Science and Technology, 2014, 48, 7076-7084

96.     Jun Cheng*, Yun Huang, Hongxiang Lu, et al. Oxidation product (NO3) of NO pollutant in flue gas used as a nitrogen source to improve microalgal biomass production and CO2 fixation. RSC Advances, 2014, 4, 42147–42154

97.     Jun Cheng*, Yun Huang, Jia Feng, et al. Mutate Chlorella sp. by nuclear irradiation to fix high concentrations of CO2. Bioresoure Technology. 2013,136: 496-501.

98.     Jun Cheng*, Yun Huang, Jia Feng, et al. Improving CO2 fixation efficiency by optimizing Chlorella PY-ZU1 culture conditions in sequential bioreactors. Bioresource Technology. 2013, 144: 321-327.

99.     Jun Cheng*, Jing Sun, Yun Huang. Dynamic microstructures and fractal characterization of cell wall disruption for microwave irradiation-assisted lipid extraction from wet microalgae. Bioresource Technology. 2013, 150: 67-72.

100.  Jun Cheng*, Tao Yu, Tao Li, et al. Using wet microalgae for direct biodiesel production via microwave irradiation. Bioresource Technology, 2013, 131:531-535.

101.  Jun Cheng*, Ao Xia, Huibo Su, et al. Promotion of H2 production by microwave-assisted treatment of water hyacinth with dilute H2SO4 through combined dark fermentation and photofermentation. Energy Conversion and Management, 2013, 73:329-334.

102.  Jun Cheng*, Ao Xia, Yaqiong Liu, et al. Combination of dark- and photo-fermentation to improve hydrogen production from Arthrospira platensis wet biomass with ammonium removal by zeolite. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2012, 37(18):13330-13337.

103.  Jun Cheng*, Ao Xia, Wenlu Song, et al. Comparison between heterofermentation and autofermentation in hydrogen production from Arthrospira (Spirulina) platensis wet biomass. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2012, 37(8):6536-6544.

104.  Jun Cheng*, Wenlu Song, Ao Xia, et al. Sequential generation of hydrogen and methane from xylose by two-stage anaerobic fermentation. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2012, 37(18):13323-13329.

105.  Jun Cheng*, Huibo Su, Junhu Zhou, et al. Hydrogen production by mixed bacteria through dark- and photo- fermentation. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2011, 36(1): 450-457.

106.  Jun Cheng*, Huibo Su, Junhu Zhou, et al. Microwave-assisted alkali pretreatment of rice straw to promote enzymatic hydrolysis and hydrogen production in dark- and photo- fermentation. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2011, 36(3): 2093-2101.

107.  Jun Cheng*, Minghui Zhang, Wenlu Song, et al. Cogeneration of hydrogen and methane from Arthrospira maxima biomass with bacteria domestication and enzymatic hydrolysis. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2011, 36(2): 1474-1481.

108.  Jun Cheng*, Binfei Xie, Junhu Zhou, et al. Cogeneration of H2 and CH4 from water hyacinth by two-step anaerobic fermentation. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 2010, 35(7): 3029-3035.

109.  Jun Cheng*, Yanchang Li, Junhu Zhou, et al. Maximum solid concentrations of coal water slurries predicted by neural network models. Fuel Processing Technology, 2010, 91 (12): 1832-1838.

110.  Jun Cheng*, Junhu Zhou, Jianzhong Liu, et al. Physicochemical Characterizations and Desulfurization Properties in Coal Combustion of Three Calcium and Sodium Industrial Wastes. Energy & Fuels, 2009, 23(5): 2506–2516

111.  Jun Cheng*, Junhu Zhou, Jianzhong Liu, et al. Transformations and Affinities for Sulfur of Chinese Shenmu Coal Ash in a Pulverized Coal Fired Boiler. Energy Sources, 2009, 31(11) : 956-966.

112.  Jun Cheng*, Junhu Zhou, Yanchang Li, et al. Effects of pore fractal structures of ultrafine coal water slurries on rheological behaviors and combustion dynamics. Fuel, 2008, 87(12): 2620-2627.

113.  Jun Cheng*, Junhu Zhou, Yanchang Li, et al. Improvement of Coal Water Slurry Property through Coal Physicochemical Modifications by Microwave Irradiation and Thermal Heat. Energy & Fuels, 2008, 22(4)2422-2428

114.  Jun Cheng*, Junhu Zhou, Jianzhong Liu, et al. Physicochemical properties of Chinese pulverized coal ash in relation to sulfur retention. Powder Technology, 2004, 146(3):169-175.

115.  Jun Cheng*, Junhu Zhou, Jianzhong Liu, et al. Sulfur removal at high temperature during coal combustion in furnaces: a review. Progress in Energy and Combustion Science, 2003, 29(5): 381-405.

116.  Xian Yang, Jun Cheng*, Xiao Yang, et al. MOF-derived Cu@Cu2O heterogeneous electrocatalyst with moderate intermediates adsorption for highly selective reduction of CO2 to methanol. Chemical Engineering Journal, 2022, 431: 134171-134180.

117.  Zhenyi Wang, Jun Cheng*, Wenlu Song, et al. CO2 gradient domestication produces gene mutation centered on cellular light response for efficient growth of microalgae in 15% CO2 from flue gas. Chemical Engineering Journal, 2022, 429: 131968-131987.

118.  Niu Liu, Jun Cheng*, Leiqing Hu, et al. Boosting CO2 transport of poly (ethylene oxide) membranes by hollow Rubik-like “expressway” channels with anion pillared hybrid ultramicroporous materials. Chemical Engineering Journal, 2022, 427: 130845-130861.

119.  Wangbiao Guo, Lingchong Feng, Zhenyi Wang, Jiansheng Guo, Donghyun Park, Brittany L. Carroll, Xing Zhang*, Jun Liu*, Jun Cheng*. In-situ high-resolution 3D imaging combined with proteomics and metabolomics reveals enlargement of subcellular architecture and enhancement of photosynthesis pathways in nuclear-irradiated Chlorella pyrenoidosa. Chemical Engineering Journal, 2022, 430: 133037-133048.

120.  Hao Guo, Jun Cheng*, Yuxiang Mao, et al. Synergistic effect of ultrasound and switchable hydrophilicity solvent promotes microalgal cell disruption and lipid extraction for biodiesel production. Bioresource Technology, 2022, 343: 126087-126093.

121.  Santosh Kumar , Jun Cheng*, Dongwei Jia, et al. Enhancing microalgae production by installing concave walls in plate photobioreactors. Bioresource Technology, 2022, 345: 126479-126485

122.  Haiquan Dong , Jun Cheng*, Hui Li , et al. Electron transfer from Geobacter sulfurreducens to mixed methanogens improved methane production with feedstock gases of H2 and CO2. Bioresource Technology, 2022, 347: 126680-126687.

123.  Haiquan Dong , Liangchen Yue , Jun Cheng*, et al.  Microbial electrochemical degradation of lipids for promoting methane production in anaerobic digestion. Bioresource Technology, 2022, 345: 126467-126474.

124.  Niu Liu, Jun Cheng*, Wen Hou, et al. Bottom-up synthesis of two-dimensional composite via CuBDC-ns growth on multilayered MoS2 to boost CO2 permeability and selectivity in Pebax-based mixed matrix membranes. Separation and Purification Technology, 2022, 282: 120007-120023.

125.  Niu Liu, Jun Cheng*, Wen Hou, et al. Mg2(dobdc) crystals adhere to Matrimid matrix membranes bridged by diethylenetriamine (DETA) as an adhesion agent for efficient CO2 separation. Separation and Purification Technology, 2022, 278: 119635-119652.

126.  Xiao Yang, Trinny Tat, Alberto Libanori, Jun Cheng*, Xiaoxu Xuan, Niu Liu, Xian Yang, Junhu Zhou, Ardo Nashalian, Jun Chen*. Single-atom catalysts with bimetallic centers for high- performance electrochemical CO2 reduction. Materials Today, 2021, 45: 54-61.

127.  Xiao Yang, Jun Cheng*, Xian Yang, et al. Boosting Electrochemical CO2 Reduction by Controlling Coordination Environment in Atomically Dispersed Ni@NxCy Catalysts. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 2021, 9: 6438-6445

128.  Yanmei Song, Jun Cheng*, Yi Miao, et al. SO2 Impurity in Simulated Flue Gas with 15% CO2 Affects Dynamic Bubble Dissolution and Arthrospira Photosynthetic Growth. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 2021, 9, 5580-5589.

129.  Niu Liu, Jun Cheng*, Wen Hou, et al. Pebax-based mixed matrix membranes loaded with graphene oxide/core shell ZIF-8@ZIF-67 nanocomposites improved CO2 permeability and selectivity. Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2021, 138: 50553- 50568.

130.  Yanmei Song, Jun Cheng*, Xin Lai, et al. Developing a three-dimensional tangential swirl plate photobioreactor to enhance mass transfer and flashlight effect for microalgal CO2 fixation. Chemical Engineering Science, 2021, 244: 116837-116844.

131.  Jing Sun, Jun Cheng*, Zongbo Yang, et al. Effect of Hg2+ on the microphysical and chemical properties of oil-producing Nannochloropsis sp. Algal Research, 2021, 60: 102525-102533.

132.  Wenlu Song, Rui Huang, Hao Guo, Chunguang Yin, Chuanling Wang, Jun Cheng*, Weijuan Yang. Characterization of wet microalgal cells pretreated with steam for lipid Extraction. Chinese Journal of Chemical Engineering, 2021, 37: 114-120.

133.  Junchen Xu, Jun Cheng*, Yali Wang, et al. Strengthening CO2 dissolution with zeolitic imidazolate framework-8 nanoparticles to improve microalgal growth in a horizontal tubular photobioreactor. Chemical Engineering Journal, 2021, 405: 126062-126072.

134.  Zhenyi Wang, Jun Cheng*, Xiangdong Zhang, et al. Metabolic pathways of Chlorella sp. cells induced by exogenous spermidine against nitric oxide damage from coal-fired flue gas. Bioresource Technology, 2021, 328: 124827-124836.

135.  Ameer Ali Kubar, Jun Cheng*, Santosh Kumar, et al. Strengthening mass transfer with the Tesla-valve baffles to increase the biomass yield of Arthrospira platensis in a column photobioreactor. Bioresource Technology, 2021, 320: 124337-124343.

136.  Santosh Kumar, Jun Cheng*, Ameer Ali Kubar, et al. Orange light spectra filtered through transparent colored polyvinyl chloride sheet enhanced pigment content and growth of Arthrospira cells. Bioresource Technology, 2021, 319, 124179-124186.

137.  Yanxia Zhu, Jun Cheng*, Ze Zhang, et al. Promoting extracellular polymeric substances to alleviate phenol toxicity in Arthrospira platensis at high carbon dioxide concentrations. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2021, 290: 125167-125175.

138.  Hui Li, Jun Cheng*, Haiquan Dong, et al. Zeolitic imidazolate framework-derived porous carbon enhances methanogenesis by facilitating interspecies electron transfer: Understanding fluorimetric and electrochemical responses of multi-layered extracellular polymeric substances. Science of the Total Environment, 2021, 781: 146447-146461.

139.  Liangchen Yue, Jun Cheng*, Junjie Hua, et al. A sodium percarbonate/ultraviolet system generated free radicals for degrading capsaicin to alleviate inhibition ofmethane production during anaerobic digestion of lipids and food waste. Science of the Total Environment, 2021, 761: 143269-143281.

140.  Feifei Chu, Jun Cheng*, Wen Hou, et al. Fecitrate converted from Fe2O3 particles in coal-fired flue gas promoted microalgal biomass and lipid productivities. Science of the Total Environment, 2021, 760: 143405-143413.

141.  Yanxia Zhu, Ze Zhang, Xiaodan Xu, Jun Cheng*, et al. Simultaneous promotion of photosynthesis and astaxanthin accumulation during two stages of Haematococcus pluvialis with ammonium ferric citrate. Science of the Total Environment, 2021, 750: 141689-141695.

142.  Liangchen Yue, Jun Cheng*, Suqin Tang, et al. Ultrasound and microwave pretreatments promote methane production potential and energy conversion during anaerobic digestion of lipid and food wastes. Energy, 2021, 228: 120525-120536.

143.  Rui Huang, Jun Cheng*, Wenlu Song, et al. Physicochemical characterizations of microalgal methyl esters extracted with hexane and refined by vacuum distillation at different temperatures. Fuel, 2021, 297: 120779-120785.

144.  Yanxia Zhu, Ze Zhang, Jun Cheng*, et al. Ni-BTC metal-organic framework loaded on MCM-41 to promote hydrodeoxygenation and hydrocracking in jet biofuel production. International Journal of hydrogen energy, 2021, 46: 3898-3908.

145.  Niu Liu, Jun Cheng*, Wen Hou, et al. Fe-Citrate converted from Fe2O3 particles Zn–N2–O active sites derived from hydroxyl in graphene oxide and zinc atoms in core shell ZIF-8@ZIF-67 nanocomposites enhanced CO2 adsorption capacity. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 2021, 312: 110786-110802.

146.  Zhenyi Wang, Jun Cheng*, Xiangdong Zhang, et al. Spermidine Protects Chlorella sp. from Oxidative Damage Caused by SO2 in Flue Gas from Coal-Fired Power Plants. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 2020, 8: 15179-15188.

147.  Junchen Xu, Jun Cheng*, Kai Xin, et al. Developing a Spiral-Ascending CO2 Dissolver to Enhance CO2 Mass Transfer in a Horizontal Tubular Photobioreactor for Improved Microalgal Growth. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 2020, 8: 18926-18935.

148.  Junchen Xu, Jun Cheng*, Kai Xin, et al. Strengthening flash light effect with a pond-tubular hybrid photobioreactor to improve microalgal biomass yield. Bioresource Technology, 2020, 318: 124079-124087.

149.  Xiao Yang, Jun Cheng*, Baizeng Fang, et al. Single Ni atoms with higher positive charges induced by hydroxyls for electrocatalytic CO2 reduction. Nanoscale, 2020, 12: 18437-18445

150.  Jing Sun, Jun Cheng*, Zongbo Yang, et al. Heavy metal control in microalgae cultivation with power plant flue gas entering into raceway pond. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2020, 27: 37357-37362.

151.  Hongxiang Lu, Jun Cheng*, Zhenyi Wang, et al. Improved photosynthetic characteristics of Chlorella mutant MS700 induced by nuclear radiation. Process Biochemistry, 2020, 99: 154-159.

152.  Liangchen Yue, Jun Cheng*, Haihua Zhang, et al. Inhibition of N-Vanillylnonanamide in anaerobic digestion of lipids in food waste: Microorganisms damage and blocked electron transfer. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2020, 399: 123098-123113.

153.  Liangchen Yue, Jun Cheng*, Junjie Hua, et al. Improving fermentative methane production of glycerol trioleate and food waste pretreated with ozone through two-stage dark hydrogen fermentation and anaerobic digestion. Energy Conversion and Management, 2020, 203: 112225 -112237.

154.  Xiaoxu Xuan, Jun Cheng*, Xiao Yang. Highly Selective Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 to CH4 over VacancyMetalNitrogen Sites in an Artificial Photosynthetic Cell. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 2020, 8: 1679-1686.

155.  Xiao Yang, Jun Cheng*, Xiaoxu Xuan, et al. Boosting Defective Carbon by Anchoring Well-Defined Atomically Dispersed NiN4 Sites for Electrocatalytic CO2 Reduction. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 2020, 8: 10536-10543.

156.  Yanmei Song, Jun Cheng*, Wangbiao Guo, et al. Microporous Diaphragm Aerator Improves Flue Gas CO2 Dissolution and Photosynthetic Characteristics of Arthrospira Cells in 660 m2 Raceway Ponds. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 2020, 8: 11558-11568.

157.  Feifei Chu, Jun Cheng*, Ke Li, et al. Enhanced Lipid Accumulation through a Regulated Metabolic Pathway of Phosphorus Luxury Uptake in the Microalga Chlorella vulgaris under Nitrogen Starvation and Phosphorus Repletion. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 2020, 8: 8137-8147.

158.  Junchen Xu, Jun Cheng*, Xin Lai, et al. Enhancing microalgal biomass productivity with an optimized flow field generated by double paddlewheels in a flat plate photoreactor with CO2 aeration based on numerical simulation. Bioresource Technology, 2020, 314: 123762-123769.

159.  Ameer Ali Kubar, Jun Cheng*, Wangbiao Guo, et al. Development of a single helical baffle to increase CO2 gas and microalgal solution mixing and Chlorella PY-ZU1 biomass yield. Bioresource Technology, 2020, 307: 123253-123258.

160.  Lingkan Ding, Jun Cheng*, Richen Lin, et al. Improving biohydrogen and biomethane co-production via two-stage dark fermentation and anaerobic digestion of the pretreated seaweed Laminaria digitate. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2020, 251: 119666-119676.

161.  Wangbiao Guo, Jun Cheng*, Shuzheng Liu, et al. A novel porous nickel-foamfilled CO2 absorptive photobioreactor system to promote CO2 conversion by microalgal biomass. Science of the Total Environment, 2020, 713: 136593-136603.

162.  Qing Ye, Jun Cheng*, Shuzheng Liu, et al. Improving light distribution and light/dark cycle of 900 L tangential spiral −flow column photobioreactors to promote CO2 fixation with Arthrospira sp. Cells. Science of the Total Environment, 2020, 720: 137611-137623.

163.  Yanxia Zhu, Jun Cheng*, Xiaodan Xu, et al. Using polyethylene glycol to promote Nannochloropsis oceanica growth with 15 vol% CO2. Science of the Total Environment, 2020, 720: 137598-137606.

164.  Wenlu Song, Lingkan Ding, Min Liu, Jun Cheng*, et al. Improving biohydrogen production through dark fermentation of steam-heated acid pretreated Alternanthera philoxeroides by mutant Enterobacter aerogenes ZJU1. Science of the Total Environment, 2020, 716: 134695-134703.

165.  Richen Lin, Chen Deng, Jun Cheng*, et al. Low concentrations of furfural facilitate biohydrogen production in dark fermentation using Enterobacter aerogenes. Renewable Energy, 2020, 150: 23-30.

166.  Ke Li, Qing Ye, Qingyi Li, Rongxin Xia, Wenwen Guo, Jun Cheng*. Effects of the spatial and spectral distribution of red and blue light on Haematococcus pluvialis growth. Algal Research, 2020, 51: 102045-102051.

167.  Zhenyi Wang, Jun Cheng*, Ke Li, et al. Comparison of photosynthetic carbon fixation of Nannochloropsis oceanica cultivated with carbon suppliers: CO2, NaHCO3 and CH3OH. Journal of CO₂ Utilization, 2020, 41: 101235-101248.

168.  Yanxia Zhu, Jun Cheng*, Ze Zhang, et al. Mutation of Arthrospira platensis by gamma irradiation to promote phenol tolerance and CO2 fixation for coal-chemical flue gas reduction. Journal of CO2 Utilization, 2020, 38: 252-261.

169.  Ze Zhang, Jun Cheng*, Yanxia Zhu, et al. Jet fuel range hydrocarbons production through competitive pathways of hydrocracking and isomerization over HPW-Ni/MCM-41 catalyst. Fuel, 2020, 269: 117465-117470.

170.  Wangbiao Guo, Jun Cheng*, Kubar Ameer Ali, et al. Conversion of NaHCO3 to Na2CO3 with a growth of Arthrospira platensis cells in 660 m2 raceway ponds with a CO2 bicarbonation absorber. Microbial Biotechnology, 2020, 13(2): 470-478.

171.  Hui Li, Wenlu Song, Jun Cheng*, et al. Effects of harvest month on biochemical composition of alligator weed for biohydrogen and biomethane cogenerationIdentifying critical variations in microbial communities. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2020, 45: 4161-4173.

172.  Wangbiao Guo, Jun Cheng*, Yanmei Song, et al. Improving flashing light frequency and CO2 fixation rate with vortex movement of algal cells in raceway pond with conic baffles. Chemical Engineering Science, 2020, 216: 115536-115548.

173.  Ke Li, Jun Cheng*, Yi Qiu, et al. CO2 Supply Strategy Effect on Lipids and Astaxanthin Accumulation of Haematococcus pluvialis in Industrial Modules and Potential Poly-Generation of Biodiesel. Journal of Biobased Materials and Bioenergy, 2020, 14: 83-90.

174.  Hongxiang Lu, Jun Cheng*, Zhenyi Wang, et al. Enhancing Photosynthetic Characterization and Biomass Productivity of Nannochloropsis Oceanica by Nuclear Radiation. Frontiers in Energy Research, 2020, 8:143-151.

175.  Feifei Chu, Jun Cheng*, Xiangdong Zhang, et al. Enhancing lipid production in microalgae Chlorella PY-ZU1 with phosphorus excess and nitrogen starvation under 15% CO2 in a continuous two-step cultivation process. Chemical Engineering Journal, 2019, 375: 121912 -121920.

176.  Qing Ye, Jun Cheng*, Xin Lai, et al. Promoting Photochemical Efficiency of Chlorella PY-ZU1 with Enhanced Velocity Field and Turbulent Kinetics in a Novel Tangential Spiral-Flow Column Photobioreactor. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 2019, 7: 38-393.

177.  Wangbiao Guo, Jun Cheng*, Yanmei Song, et al. Three-dimensional numerical simulation of light penetration in an optimized flow field composed of microalgae cells, carbon dioxide bubbles and culture medium. Bioresource Technology, 2019, 292: 121979-121986.

178.  Santosh Kumar, Jun Cheng*, Wangbiao Guo, et al. Self-rotary propellers with clockwise/counterclockwise blades create spiral flow fields to improve mass transfer and promote microalgae growth. Bioresource Technology, 2019, 286: 121384-121389.

179.  Yi Qiu, Jun Cheng*, Hao Guo, et al. Mild hydrothermal treatment on microalgal biomass in batch reactors for lipids hydrolysis and solvent-free extraction to produce biodiesel. Energy, 2019, 189: 116308-116314.

180.  Leiqing Hu, Jun Cheng*, Yali Wang, et al. Open-cocoon zeolitic imidazolate framework nanoparticles introduce lowresistance path for CO2 transport in crosslinked poly(ethylene oxide) membrane. Separation and Purification Technology, 2019, 217: 299-306.

181.  Ze Zhang, Jun Cheng*, Yi Qiu, et al. Competitive conversion pathways of methyl palmitate to produce jet biofuel over Ni/desilicated meso-Y zeolite catalyst. Fuel, 2019, 244: 472-478.

182.  Rui Huang, Jun Cheng*, Yi Qiu, et al. Solvent-free lipid extraction from microalgal biomass with subcritical water in a continuous flow reactor for acid-catalyzed biodiesel production. Fuel, 2019, 253: 90-94.

183.  Yannan Li, Jun Cheng*, Leiqing Hu, et al. Regulating crystal structures of EDA-carbamates in solid–liquid phasechanging CO2 capture solutions. Fuel, 2019, 252: 47-54.

184.  Hongxiang Lu, Jun Cheng*, Yanxia Zhu, et al. Responses of Arthrospira ZJU9000 to high bicarbonate concentration (HCO3: 171.2 mM): How do biomass productivity and lipid content simultaneously increase? Algal Research, 2019, 41: 101531-101538.

185.  Yi Qiu, Aersi Aierzhati, Jun Cheng*, et al. Biocrude Oil Production through the Maillard Reaction between Leucine and Glucose during Hydrothermal Liquefaction. Energy & Fuels, 2019, 33: 8758-8765.

186.  Xiaoxu Xuan, Jun Cheng*, Xiao Yang, et al. Solar driven reduction of CO2 using Pt–Cu/C as a catalyst in a photoelectrochemical cell: experiment and mechanism study. RSC Advances, 2019, 9: 10635-10644.

187.  Xiangdong Zhang, Jun Cheng*, Hongxiang Lu, et al. Spermidine enhanced resistance of Chlorella to high levels of CO2 and light intensity for improving photosynthetic growth rate. RSC Advances, 2019, 9: 26495-26502.

188.  Wangbiao Guo, Jun Cheng*, Yanmei Song, et al. Developing a CO2 bicarbonation absorber for promoting microalgal growth rates with an improved photosynthesis pathway. RSC Advances, 2019, 9: 2746-2755.

189.  Feifei Chu, Jun Cheng*, Xiangdong Zhang, et al. Transcriptome and key gene expression related to carbon metabolism and fatty acid synthesis of Chlorella vulgaris under a nitrogen starvation and phosphorus repletion regime. Journal of Applied Phycology, 2019, 31: 2881-2893.

190.  Richen Lin, Jun Cheng*, Lingkan Ding, et al. Improved efficiency of anaerobic digestion through direct interspecies electron transfer at mesophilic and thermophilic temperature ranges. Chemical Engineering Journal, 2018, 350: 681-691.

191.  Qing Ye, Jun Cheng*, Wangbiao Guo, et al. Serial lanternshaped draft tube enhanced flashing light effect for improving CO2 fixation with microalgae in a gaslift circumflux column photobioreactor. Bioresource Technology, 2018, 255: 156-162.

192.  Qing Ye, Jun Cheng*, Wangbiao Guo, et al. Numerical simulation on promoting light/dark cycle frequency to improve microalgae growth in photobioreactor with serial lantern-shaped draft tube. Bioresource Technology, 2018, 266: 89-96.

193.  Richen Lin, Jun Cheng*, Jerry D. Murphy. Inhibition of thermochemical treatment on biological hydrogen and methane co-production from algae-derived glucose/glycine. Energy Conversion and Management, 2018, 158: 201-209.

194.  Leiqing Hu, Jun Cheng*, Yannan Li, et al. In-situ grafting to improve polarity of polyacrylonitrile hollow fiber-supported polydimethylsiloxane membranes for CO2 separation. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 2018, 510: 12-19.

195.  Lingkan Ding, Enrique Chan Gutierrez, Jun Cheng*, et al. Assessment of continuous fermentative hydrogen and methane co-production using macro- and micro-algae with increasing organic loading rate. Energy, 2018, 151: 760-770.

196.  Fan Zhou, Jun Cheng*, Jianzhong Liu, et al. Improving physicochemical properties of upgraded Indonesian lignite through microwave irradiation with char adsorbent. Fuel, 2018, 218: 275-281.

197.  Yannan Li, Jun Cheng*, Leiqing Hu, et al. Phase-changing solution PZ/DMF for efficient CO2 capture and low corrosiveness to carbon steel. Fuel, 2018, 216: 418-426.

198.  Yannan Li, Jun Cheng*, Leiqing Hu, et al. Graphene nanoplatelet and reduced graphene oxide functionalized by ionic liquid for CO2 capture. Energy & Fuels, 2018, 32: 6918−6925.

199.  Tao Li, Jun Cheng*, Xi Zhang, et al. Jet range hydrocarbons converted from microalgal biodiesel over mesoporous zeolite-based catalysts. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 2018, 43: 9988-9993.

200.  Leiqing Hu, Jun Cheng*, Yannan Li, et al. Optimization of coating solution viscosity of hollow fiber-supported polydimethylsiloxane membrane for CO2/H2 separation. Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2018, 135(5): 45765-45774

201.  Qing Ye, Jun Cheng*, Zongbo Yang, et al. Improving microalgal growth by strengthening the flashing light effect simulated with computational fluid dynamics in a panel bioreactor with horizontal baffles. RSC Advances, 2018, 8: 18828-18836.

202.  Fan Zhou, Jun Cheng*, Aiying Wang, et al. Enhancing slurryabilities of five lignites from Inner Mongolia of China by microwave irradiation. Drying Technology, 2018, 36(1): 100-108.

203.  Leiqing Hu, Junyi Liu, Lingxiang Zhu, Xianda Hou, Liang Huang, Haiqing Lin*, Jun Cheng*. Highly permeable mixed matrix materials comprising ZIF-8 nanoparticles in rubbery amorphous poly(ethylene oxide) for CO2 capture. Separation and Purification Technology, 2018, 205: 58-65.

204.  Yun Huang, Jun Cheng*, Hongxiang Lu, et al. Transcriptome and key genes expression related to carbon fixation pathways in Chlorella PY ZU1 cells and their growth under high concentrations of CO2. Biotechnology for Biofuels, 2017, 10:181-190.

205.  Ke Li, Jun Cheng*, Qing Ye, et al. In vivo kinetics of lipids and astaxanthin evolution in Haematococcus pluvialis mutant under 15% CO2 using Raman microspectroscopy. Bioresource Technology, 2017, 244: 1439-1444.

206.  Lingkan Ding, Jun Cheng*, Hongxiang Lu, et al. Three-stage gaseous biofuel production combining dark hydrogen, photo hydrogen, and methane fermentation using wet Arthrospira platensis cultivated under high CO2 and sodium stress. Energy Conversion and Management, 2017, 148: 394-404.

207.  Richen Lin, Jun Cheng*, Jerry D. Murphy. Unexpectedly low biohydrogen yields in co-fermentation of acid pretreated cassava residue and swine manure. Energy Conversion and Management, 2017, 151: 553-561.

208.  Wenlu Song, Jun Cheng*, Lingkan Ding, et al. Improving Fermentative Hydrogen Production from Water Hyacinth with Genetically Modified Bacteria. Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy, 2017, 36(5): 1296-1300.

209.  Tingting Si, Jun Cheng*, Fan Zhou, et al. Control of pollutants in the combustion of biomass pellets prepared with coal tar residue as a binder. Fuel, 2017, 208: 439-446.

210.  Lingkan Ding, Jun Cheng*, Dan Qiao, et al. Investigating hydrothermal pretreatment of food waste for two-stage fermentative hydrogen and methane co-production. Bioresource Technology, 2017, 241: 491-499.

211.  Richen Lin, Jun Cheng*, Jiabei Zhang, et al. Boosting biomethane yield and production rate with graphene: The potential of direct interspecies electron transfer in anaerobic digestion. Bioresource Technology, 2017, 239: 345-352.

212.  Meng Zhang, Jun Cheng*, Xiaoxu Xuan. Pt/graphene aerogel deposited in Cu foam as a 3D binder-free cathode for CO2 reduction into liquid chemicals in a TiO2 photoanode-driven photoelectrochemical cell. Chemical Engineering Journal, 2017, 322: 22-32.

213.  Leiqing Hu, Jun Cheng*, Yannan Li, et al. Amino-functionalized surface modification of polyacrylonitrile hollow fiber-supported polydimethylsiloxane membranes. Applied Surface Science, 2017, 413: 27–34.

214.  Leiqing Hu, Jun Cheng*, Yannan Li, et al. Composites of ionic liquid and amine-modified SAPO 34 improve CO2 separation of CO2-selective polymer membranes. Applied Surface Science, 2017, 410: 249-258.

215.  Ke Li, Jun Cheng*, Hongxiang Lu, et al. Transcriptome-based analysis on carbon metabolism of Haematococcus pluvialis mutant under 15% CO2. Bioresource Technology, 2017, 233: 313-321.

216.  Jinfang Zhao, Wenlu Song, Jun Cheng*, et al. Improvement of fermentative hydrogen production using genetically modified Enterobacter aerogenes. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2017, 42: 3676-3681.

217.  Ao Xia, Jun Cheng*, Jerry D. Murphy. Innovation in biological production and upgrading of methane and hydrogen for use as gaseous transport biofuel. Biotechnology Advances, 2016, 34: 451-472.

218.  Zongbo Yang, Jun Cheng*, Weijuan Yang, et al. Developing a water-circulating column photobioreactor for microalgal growth with low energy consumption. Bioresource Technology, 2016, 221: 492-497.

219.  Zongbo Yang, Jun Cheng*, Qing Ye, et al. Decrease in light/dark cycle of microalgal cells with computational fluid dynamics simulation to improve microalgal growth in a raceway pond. Bioresource Technology, 2016, 220: 352-359.

220.  Lingkan Ding, Jun Cheng*, Liangchen Yue, et al. Fermentative hydrogen and methane co-production from pretreated Spartina anglica biomass with optimal saccharification effect under acid/alkali-assisted steam/microwave heating and enzymolysis. Energy Conversion and Management, 2016,127: 554-560.

221.  Tao Li, Jun Cheng*, Rui Huang, et al. Hydrocracking of palm oil to jet biofuel over different zeolites. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2016, 41: 21883-21887.

222.  Tao Li, Jun Cheng*, Rui Huang, et al. Conversion pathways of palm oil into jet biofuel catalyzed by mesoporous zeolites. RSC Advances, 2016, 6: 103965-103972.

223.  Meng Zhang, Jun Cheng*, Xiaoxu Xuan, et al. CO2 Synergistic Reduction in a Photoanode- Driven Photoelectrochemical Cell with a Pt-Modified TiO2 Nanotube Photoanode and a Pt Reduced Graphene Oxide Electrocathode. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 2016, 4: 6344−6354.

224.  Zongbo Yang, Jun Cheng*, Jianzhong Liu, et al. Improving microalgal growth with small bubbles in a raceway pond with swing gas aerators. Bioresource Technology, 2016, 216: 267-272.

225.  Wenlu Song, Jun Cheng*, Jinfang Zhao, et al. Enhancing hydrogen production of Enterobacter aerogenes by heterologous expression of hydrogenase genes originated from Synechocystis sp. Bioresource Technology, 2016, 216: 976-980.

226.  Lingkan Ding, Jun Cheng*, Ao Xia, et al. Co-generation of biohydrogen and biomethane through two-stage batch co-fermentation of macro- and micro-algal biomass. Bioresource Technology, 2016, 218: 224-231.

227.  Zongbo Yang, Jun Cheng*, Xiaodan Xu, et al. Enhanced solution velocity between dark and light areas with horizontal tubes and triangular prism baffles to improve microalgal growth in a flat-panel photo-bioreactor. Bioresource Technology, 2016, 211: 519-526.

228.  Zongbo Yang, Jun Cheng*, Richen Lin, et al. Improving microalgal growth with reduced diameters of aeration bubbles and enhanced mass transfer of solution in an oscillating flow field. Bioresource Technology, 2016, 211: 429-434.

229.  Zongbo Yang, Jun Cheng*, Ke Li, et al. Optimizing gas transfer to improve growth rate of Haematococcus pluvialis in a raceway pond with chute and oscillating baffles. Bioresource Technology, 2016, 214: 276-283.

230.  Richen Lin, Jun Cheng*, Zongbo Yang, et al. Enhanced energy recovery from cassava ethanol wastewater through sequential dark hydrogen, photo hydrogen and methane fermentation combined with ammonium removal. Bioresource Technology, 2016, 214: 686-691.

231.  Richen Lin, Jun Cheng*, Lingkan Ding, et al. Enhanced dark hydrogen fermentation by addition of ferric oxide nanoparticles using Enterobacter aerogenes. Bioresource Technology, 2016, 207: 213-219.

232.  Rui Huang, Jun Cheng*, Yi Qiu, et al. Effects of cytoplasm and reactant polarities on acid-catalyzed lipid transesterification in wet microalgal cells subjected to microwave irradiation. Bioresource Technology, 2016, 200: 738-743.

233.  Fan Zhou, Jun Cheng*, Jianzhong Liu, et al. Activated carbon and graphite facilitate the upgrading of Indonesian lignite with microwave irradiation for slurryability improvement. Fuel, 2016, 170: 39-48.

234.  Ao Xia, Jun Cheng*, Lingkan Ding, et al. Substrate consumption and hydrogen production via co-fermentation of monomers derived from carbohydrates and proteins in biomass wastes. Applied Energy, 2015, 139: 9-16.

235.  Ao Xia, Jun Cheng*, WenluSong, et al. Fermentative hydrogen production using algal biomass as feedstock. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 2015,51:209-230.

236.  Richen Lin, Jun Cheng*, Lingkan Ding, et al. Sodium borohydride removes aldehyde inhibitors for enhancing biohydrogen fermentation. Bioresource Technology, 2015, 197: 323-328.

237.  Richen Lin , Jun Cheng* , Lingkan Ding, et al. Subcritical water hydrolysis of rice straw for reducing sugar productionwith focus on degradation by-products and kinetic analysis. Bioresource Technology, 2015,186:8-14.

238.  Richen Lin , Jun Cheng*, Lingkan Ding, et al. Inhibitory effects of furan derivatives and phenolic compounds on dark hydrogen fermentation. Bioresource Technology. 2015, 196: 250-255.

239.  Richen Lin a, Jun Cheng* , Wenlu Song, et al. Characterisation of water hyacinth with microwave-heated alkali pretreatment for enhanced enzymatic digestibility and hydrogen/methane fermentation. Bioresource Technology, 2015,182:1-7.

240.  Jing Sun, Jun Cheng* , Zongbo Yang, et al. Microstructures and functional groups of Nannochloropsis sp. cells with arsenic adsorption and lipid accumulation. Bioresource Technology. 2015,194:305-311.

241.  Rui Huang, Jun Cheng* , Yi Qiu, et al. Using renewable ethanol and isopropanol for lipid transesterification in wet microalgae cells to produce biodiesel with low crystallization temperature. Energy Conversion and Management. 2015,105:791-797.

242.  Tao Li, Jun Cheng*, Rui Huang, et al. Conversion of waste cooking oil to jet biofuel with nickel-based mesoporous zeolite Y catalyst. Bioresource Technology, 2015, 197: 289-294.

243.  Fan Zhou, Jun Cheng* , Aiying Wang, et al. Upgrading Chinese Shengli lignite by microwave irradiation for slurribility improvement. Fuel. 2015,159:909-916.

244.  Fan Zhou, Jun Cheng*, Jianzhong Liu, et al. Improving the permittivity of Indonesian lignite with NaCl for the microwave dewatering enhancement of lignite with reduced fractal dimensions. Fuel, 2015, 162: 8-15.

245.  Yun Huang, Jun Cheng*, Hongxiang Lu, et al. Simultaneous enhancement of microalgae biomass growth and lipid accumulation under continuous aeration with 15% CO2. RSC Advances. 2015, 5:50851-50858.

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