Journal of Environmental Materials and Sustainable Energy focuses on the various topics and
technologies of environmental contaminants, materials, renewable energy systems, and photocatalytic
systems. This journal intentionally discusses the latest advances in environmental materials that may
enhancement the transition to more sustainable energy systems. It aims to promote interdisciplinary
understanding in the environmental and energy fields using different materials. In addition, it also
serves researchers to apply alternative energy solutions to current practices.
Journal of Environmental Materials and Sustainable Energy covers research in the following areas:
Environmental Materials and Nanomaterials
Sustainable Energy Materials
Photovoltaic energy system and nanomaterials
Organic and Inorganic Photocatalytic Materials
Photocatalytic and Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting for Hydrogen Energy
Photocatalytic Carbon Dioxide Reduction for Alternative Fuels
Photocatalytic Degradation for Environmental Pollutants
The journal also welcomes papers on other related topics provided that such topics are within the
context of the broader multi-disciplinary scope of Journal of Environmental Materials and Sustainable
Energy. It should be noted, however, that papers are within scope only if they are concerned with
environmental materials and that the field is applied in renewable energy. Journal of Environmental
Materials and Sustainable Energy accepts original research papers and review papers and this journal
intentionally discusses the latest advances in environmental materials that may boost the transition to
more renewable energy systems.
Jerry J. Wu Feng Chia University Taichung (Taiwan) Biography
Biography of Jerry J. Wu
Jerry Wu received his Ph.D. degree in 1998 from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Michigan State University, USA. He is currently a distinguished professor at Feng Chia University in Taiwan. Prof. Wu’s research interests include ozonation and advanced oxidation processes for water and wastewater treatment, functional materials for sensor, energy, medical, biochemical, and environmental applications, analytical techniques for molecule substances, organometallic and inorganic molecules or complexes, kinetics and mechanistic studies of microwave-induced chemical reactions and micro pollutants. In addition, he is also interested in the nanomaterial synthesis via sonochemcial or microwaved approaches and photocatalysis applications, including decontamination, electrochemistry, and hydrogen production from water splitting.