Ph.D. Student, Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Yale University
M.S. Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Berkeley
Junwei (Jeff) is a 1st year Ph.D. student in Chemical and Environmental Engineering. His research interests lie in the design principles and transport mechanisms of ion-selective membranes as well as corresponding applications in resource recovery, desalination, and water reuse. Prior to his Ph.D. study, Jeff obtained a B.Eng. degree in Civil Engineering from The University of Hong Kong and an M.S. degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from University of California, Berkeley.
pdfs and supporting information for group papers available on the main publications page.
- Zhang, J., Huang, S., Guo, H., Fane, A.G., Tang, C.Y. “Effects of crossflow filtration cell design on membrane separation performance and fouling behaviour,” Desalination. 2022. 525, 115505.
- Wang, R., Zhang, J. (co-first author), Tang, C.Y., Lin, S. “Understanding selectivity in solute-solute separation: definitions, measurements, and comparability,” Environmental Science & Technology. 2022. 56(4), 2605-2616.
- Li, X., Mei, Y., Zhang, J., Yang, Y., Peng, L.E., Qing, W., He, D., Fane, A.G., Tang, C.Y. “Osmotically enhanced reverse osmosis using hollow fiber membranes,” Journal of Membrane Science. 2021. 638, 119703.
- Guo, H., Zhang, J., Peng, L.E., Li, X., Chen, Y., Yao, Z., Fan, Y., Shih, K., Tang, C.Y. “High-efficiency Capture and Recovery of Anionic Perfluoroalkyl Substances from Water Using PVA/PDDA Nanofibrous Membranes with Near-zero Energy Consumption,” Environmental Science & Technology Letters. 2021. 8(4), 350-355.