简 历：Dr. Jieshan Qiu is Cheung-Kong Distinguished Professor of Carbon Science and Chemical
Engineering at Beijing University of Chemical Technology (BUCT), and Dean of College of Chemical
Engineering of BUCT. Prof. Qiu is an internationally-recognized research and thought leader in chemical
engineering. His research encompasses both fundamental and applied aspects of carbon materials and
science, with a focus on the methodologies for making carbon materials for energy storage and
conversion, catalysis and environment protection. He has published 660+ papers in peer-reviewed
journals, including Nature Mater., Adv. Mater., Adv. Funct. Mater., Adv. Energy Mater., Energy Environ.
Sci., Nature Commun., Nano Energy, ACS Nano, Angew. Chem., Chem. Soc. Rev., etc., with a citation
21000+ times and h-index of 69. He has a strong record of innovation – with 90+ China and
International patents issued. Currently, he is the Vice President of Chinese Society of Micro-Nano
Technology, Associate Editor of ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, and CIESC Journal, and is on
the advisory board of 22 high profile journals, including Chemical Engineering Science, and Science
China Materials. He once served as the editor of Carbon and the founding editor of FlatChem. He is a
Clarivate Analytics Highly Cited Researcher in 2018 in the Cross-Field category.
题 目：Coal-based Functional Carbon Materials for Energy Storage
摘 要：Functional carbon materials (FCMs) with tuned structure and properties hold great potential in a
number of fields including energy storage, catalysis and environment protection. One of the key issues
is how to make FCMs cheaply and quickly. We have developed techniques for making FCMs from
different carbonaceous precursors, especially from coal that is cheap and abundant in China, and needs
to be effectively used in terms of value-added FCMs. In the present talk, I will report on the fabrication
of FCMs from coal for high-performance sodium and potassium-ion batteries, and for CO2
electrocatalytic reduction. The advantages of coal-based FCMs will be highlighted in terms of the cost
and structure-performance of the concerned products. The features of FCMs as supports or structure
units in composites for energy storage and catalysis will be highlighted briefly.