He Jinsong

PhD Candidate

National University of Singapore



He was awarded the Institution of Chemical Engineers’ Young Chemical Engineer in Research in 2016 for successfully developing a full-scale production system for decontaminating water using metallic oxide nanoparticles and membranes.

(Photo: American Institute of Chemical Engineers, National University of Singapore)

  • Institution of Chemical Engineers' Young Chemical Engineer in Research 2016

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