Song Peng

Personal profile

Name: Song Peng

Gender: Male

Degrees: Ph.D

Title: Lecturer


Current Professional Societies

1. Editorial board member of Materials Today Communications

2. Youth committee member of Seawater Desalination and Water Reuse Branch, Chinese Society for Oceanography

Research Areas

1. Electroanalytical chemistry

2. Electrochemistry in energy storage and batteries

3. Membrane and membrane process


1. Yin S., Song P.*, Wang H., Ma H., Wang Z. & Yu Y., An investigation of homogeneous electrocatalytic mechanism between ferrocene derivatives and l-cysteine/N-Acetyl-l-cysteine, Electrochimica Acta 2020, 136126

2. Yin S., Liu W., Yao S., Du X., Song P.* & Wang Z., A simply designed galvanic device with an electrocatalytic reaction, New Journal of Chemistry 2019, 43, 6279-6287

3. Song P., Ma H., Meng L., Wang Y., Nguyen H. V., Lawrence N. S., Fisher A. C.*, Fourier transform large amplitude alternating current voltammetry investigations of the split wave phenomenon in electrocatalytic mechanisms, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2017, 19, 24304-24315

4. Song P., Fisher A. C.*, Meng L., Nguyen H. V., Microfluidics for Chemical Analysis, in Microfluidics: Fundamentals, Devices and Applications, 2018 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim, Germany

5. Song, P., Fisher, A. C., Wadhawan, J. D., Cooper, J. J., Ward, H. J. & Lawrence, N. S., A mechanistic study of the electrocatalytic reaction: the split wave in cyclic voltammetry, RSC Advances 2016, 6, 70237-70242

6. Zhao S., Song P., Wang Z.*, Zhu H., The PEGylation of plant polyphenols/polypeptide-mediated loose nanofiltration membrane for textile wastewater treatment and antibacterial application, Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers 2018, 82, 42-554

Personal Statement

Dr. Song has been worked for the College of Environmental and Energy Engineering, Beijing University of Technology as a lecturer since August 2017. He obtained his bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from Beijing University of Chemical Technology in 2011 and then graduated with a doctoral degree in chemical engineering from the University of Cambridge, UK in 2016 under the supervision of Dr. Adrian C. Fisher. His main research area includes electroanalytical chemistry, energy storage and novel electrode materials, membrane and membrane process. Until March 2021, He has presided over one project funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China and one by Beijing Municipal Education Commission Research. In terms of teaching, he is giving lectures in chemical reaction engineering, lab safety and chemical engineering simulation and optimization.