Associate Professor Wenjing (Angela) Zhang and her research group at DTU aim to develop scalable and sustainable technologies to address energy and water challenges facing our world. She designs new technologies and builds prototypes for water treatment and reuse, Power-to-X and fuel cells by leveraging novel materials and membrane processes. Especially with her interdisciplinary research background, she has been advocating sustainable water use for Power-to-X in Denmark, such as mining wastewater and waste energy to supply ultrapure water for electrolysis.
Angela holds a Bachelor degree in Polymer Materials, a Master degree in Physics, a PhD degree in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, and an Executive MBA degree in Management of Technology. She is currently leading a Research Group as an Associate Professor in the Department of Environmental and Resource Engineering at the Technical University of Denmark. She is the principal investigator (PI) and co-PI of several European and Danish innovation projects focusing on water and energy, with research experience in Asia, North America, and Europe.
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