Environmental Remediation And Energy Reclamation From Natural Water Matrices And Wastewater By Solar Photocatalytic Technology
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Dr Wu joined the academic staff of NTU in 1994. Previously he was a member of the faculty of the University of Sydney, and also worked in the University of New South Wales in Australia. He has taught various statistical courses for undergraduates and postgraduates in Australia and Singapore. He won NTU’s Teacher of the Year Award for Nanyang Business School (1999), Best Teacher Award for Actuarial Science Programme (1998, 1999, 2001), Best Teacher Award for Master of Science in Financial Engineering Programme (2002, 2004, 2010, 2013, 2018), Best Teacher Award for Master of Science in Finance Programme (2016), and Best Teacher Award for Divison of Banking and Finance, NBS(2017).

                       

Environmental Remediation And Energy Reclamation From Natural Water Matrices And Wastewater By Solar Photocatalytic Technology

Both water and energy are key sustainability issues that need to be addressed. To this end, photocatalysis is advantageous not only for expediting environmental remediation but also for energy generation. However, the development of novel functional materials and the lack of understanding of the influences in the photocatalytic reaction are still key technical barriers impeding the commercialization of photocatalytic technology. MacRitchie reservoir park in Singapore (left) and straits of Singapore (right). Credit: Hou Wang Three dimensional (3D)...

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