Jing Lin

Personal profile

Name: Jing Lin

Gender: Male

Degrees: Ph.D

Title: Professor

E-mail: jinglin@bjut.edu.cn

Academic Qualifications

2016: Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, Beijing Institute of Technology, China.

2014-2015: Practicum Exchange, the University of New South Wales, Australia.

2010: BSc, Pharmaceutical Engineering, Beijing Institute of Technology, China.

Professional Experience:

2019-present: University Professor, Beijing University of Technology (BJUT).

2017-2018: Postdoctoral Research Associate, The University of New South Wales.

2016-2017: Postdoctoral Research Associate, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Current Professional Societies:

1. Reviewer Editor for Frontiers in Energy Research;

2. Reviewer Editor for Frontiers in Nanotechnology

Research Areas:

Development of novel semiconductor materials for photo(electro)chemical energy conversion and environmental remediation.


2019: High-Level Talent Program of BJUT.


1.Jing, L., Zhu, R. X., Phillips, D. L., Yu J. C. Effective prevention of charge trapping in graphitic carbon nitride with nanosized red phosphorus modification for superior photo(electro)catalysis. Advanced Functional Materials, 2017, 27 (46), 1703484. (Journal Cover)

2.Jing, L.,Zhu, R.X.,Ng, Y. H.,Hu, Z. F.,Teoh, W. Y.,Phillips, D. L.,Yu, J. C. Visible-light photocatalysis and charge carrier dynamics of elemental crystalline red phosphorus. Journal of Chemical Physics, 2020, 153, 024707.

3.Wu, C. X., Jing, L.*, Deng, J. G., Liu, Y. X., Li, S., Lv, S. J., Sun, Y. J., Zhang, Q. C., Dai, H. X.Elemental red phosphorus-based photocatalysts for environmental remediation: A review. Chemosphere, 2021, 274, 129793.

4.Jing, L., Yang, Z.-Y., Zhao, Y.-F., Zhang, Y.-X., Guo, X., Yan, Y.-M., & Sun, K.-N. Ternary polyaniline-graphene-TiO2hybrid with enhanced activity for visible-light photo-electrocatalytic water oxidation. Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2(4), 1068-1075.

5.Jing, L., Wang, M., Li, X., Xiao, R., Zhao, Y., Zhang, Y., Sun, K. Covalently functionalized TiO2with ionic liquid: A high-performance catalyst for photoelectrochemical water oxidation. Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 166, 270-276.

6.Jing, L., Tan, H. L., Amal, R., Ng, Y. H., & Sun, K.-N. Polyurethane sponge facilitating highly dispersed TiO2nanoparticles on reduced graphene oxide sheets for enhanced photoelectro-oxidation of ethanol. Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 3(30), 15675-15682.

7.Jing, L., Shim, K., Toe, C. Y., Fang, T., Zhao, C., Amal, R., Sun, K.-N. Kim, J. H., and Ng, Y. H. Electrospun Polyacrylonitrile-Ionic liquid nanofibers for superior PM2.5 capture capacity. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 8 (11), 7030–7036.

8.Jing, L., Ong, W. J. Ng, Y. H., Yu J. C. Graphitic carbon nitride nanosheet wrapped mesoporous titanium dioxide for enhanced photoelectrocatalytic water splitting. Catalysis Today, 315, 103-109.

9.Jing, L.*, Wu, C. X., Deng, J. G., Liu, Y. X., Dai, H. X.Research progress of elemental red phosphorus photocatalyst for energy conversion and environmental remediation. Journal of Beijing University of Technology. 2020, 46(6), 645-654.

10.Yang, Z.-Y., Jin, L.-J., Jing, L., Sun, K.-N. Sponge-templated preparation of high surface area graphene with ultrahigh capacitive deionization performance. Advanced Functional Materials, 24(25), 3917-3925.

11.Yang, Z.-Y., Zhang, Y.-X., Jing, L., Zhao, Y.-F., Yan, Y.-M., & Sun, K.-N. Beanpod-shaped Fe-C-N composite as promising ORR catalyst for fuel cells operated in neutral media. Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2(8), 2623-2627.

12.Xiao, Q., Zhang, Y., Guo, X., Jing, L., Yang, Z., Xue, Y., Sun, K. A high-performance electrocatalyst for oxygen evolution reactions based on electrochemical post-treatment of ultrathin carbon layer coated cobalt nanoparticles. Chemical Communications, 50(86),13019-13022.

Personal Statement

Dr. Jing is currently a professor and doctoral supervisor in BJUT. His research interests include the development of TiObased composite materials, red phosphorus-based materials, carbonaceous materials like graphene and graphitic carbon nitride and their composites for environmental remediation, photo(electro)chemical and electrochemical applications. He uses multidisciplinary research methods as his research involves the collaboration by researchers of diverse backgrounds, including but not limited to chemical engineering, materials engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, physics and chemistry. He has been working in the field of solar energy conversion since 2010 and published more than 30 peer-reviewed papers. Focusing on these topics, he has secured more than 1.2 million in research funding.