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Professor Can Li

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Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, State Key Laboratory of Catalysis, 457 Zhongshan Road, Dalian 116023, PR China

Can Li is a Professor of Chemistry and the Director of the State Key Laboratory of Catalysis at the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics. Since 2000 he has been the Director of the Joint Laboratory of France-China on Catalysis (LFCC). His main research activities include Ultraviolet (UV) Raman spectroscopic techniques to investigate catalytic issues. His research areas are based on the investigation of new catalytic reactions, new catalytic materials and catalyst characterisation techniques, with emphasis on in situ characterisation under dynamic conditions of catalytically active phases, active sites and reaction mechanisms. From an understanding of the fundamental principles of catalysis he applies them to the design and development of new catalysts. Other work includes the conversion of light alkanes, catalytic synthesis of fine chemicals, energy conversion and environmental catalysis. Professor Li has a BSc from Zhangye Normal Institute/Shanxi Normal University; and an M.Sc. and PhD in physical/catalysis chemistry from Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (Professors Xiexian Guo and Takaharu Onishi).Can Li is a Professor of Chemistry and the Director of the State Key Laboratory of Catalysis at the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics. Since 2000 he has been the Director of the Joint Laboratory of France-China on Catalysis (LFCC). His main research activities include UV Raman spectroscopic techniques to investigate catalytic issues. His research areas are based on the investigation of new catalytic reactions, new catalytic materials and catalyst characterisation techniques, with emphasis on in situ characterisation under dynamic conditions of catalytically active phases, active sites and reaction mechanisms. From an understanding of the fundamental principles of catalysis he applies them to the design and development of new catalysts. Other work includes the conversion of light alkanes, catalytic synthesis of fine chemicals, energy conversion and environmental catalysis. Professor Li has a BSc from Zhangye Normal Institute/Shanxi Normal University, China; and an MSc and PhD in physical/catalysis chemistry from Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (Professors Xiexian Guo and Takaharu Onishi).

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