U.S. and U.K. Governments announced winners of Global Innovation Initiative (GII) recently. Dr. Lv Min from CAS Key Laboratory of Low-Carbon Conversion and Engineering of SARI is one of the awardees. Multilateral university partnerships of Yale University, Heriot-Watt University and SARI applied for the program under the topic of Increasing the efficiency of CO2 conversion to liquid fuels. In the following three years, SARI will work closely with Yale University and Heriot-Watt University on the research of high-efficiency reactor and its 3D printing.
The Global Innovation Initiative is funded by the UK and U.S. governments to foster multilateral research collaboration with higher education institutions in Brazil, China, India and Indonesia to address global challenges, in keeping with the vision of U.S. President Barack Obama and UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s joint statements in 2011 and 2012.
Dr. Lv Min obtained her doctorate from Imperial College London in 2015. Currently, she works as assistant researcher at CAS Key Laboratory of Low-Carbon Conversion and Engineering in the field of reactive engineering research, including micro / nano efficient reactor and 3D printing research as well as other major R & D projects.