Xiaoyan Ji got her Ph.D. degree in Chemical Engineering in 2000 with more than 25 years of experience in research and development in the area of Chemical Engineering and Energy Engineering. She has taken part in projects in research groups in China, Sweden, Germany, and the US. Her research work is from theoretical modeling to technology development, as well as process simulation and evaluation.
Xiaoyan Ji started working at the division of Energy Science, Lulea University of Technology, in 2008. She created a research group on “Advanced fluid materials for energy applications”, where CO2 capture/separation, CO2 electrochemical conversion, advanced electrolytes for batteries, and lignin conversion coupling H2 production via electrochemical process are the focus.