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Qingchun GE

Professional Ranks and Titles Professor
Position
Head of Teching (1) Polymer Materials (2) Membrane Science and Technology
Research Interests (1). Membrane processes for water treatment, pharmaceutical enrichment, and food processing (2). Novel materials for draw solutions in forward osmosis; Polymer materials for membrane fabrication (3). Renewable energy generation via membrane processes (4). Membrane transport processes
E-mail qcge2015@fzu.edu.cn
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Biograhpy

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Education

•	Ph.D (Chemitry), National University of Singapore
•	M.S. (Chemistry), Nankai University of China
•	B.S. (Chemistry), Qufu Normal University of China

Experience

•	Professor, College of Environment and Resources, Fuzhou University, 2015
•	Postdoctor, Department of Chemical Engineering, National University of Singapore, 2009-2014
•	Research Assistant, Department of Chemistry, National University of Singapore, 2007-2008

Teaching

•	Polymer Materials
•	Membrane Science and Technology

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Books

《Recent Developments in Forward Osmosis Processes》

Journal Publications

Publications
 Patents	
1.	A US patent application was filed by Q.C. Ge, T.S. Chung, Forward osmosis processes in water treatment using polyelectrolytes as draw solutes, with application No. 61/540,072, 2011.
2.	Q.C. Ge, T.S. Chung, J. Su, Y. Cui, Forward Osmosis System Using Coordination Complexes, 2014. 9,USA,WO 2014/163589 A1.

Journal papers:
1.	W. Xu, Q. Chen, Q.C. Ge*, Recent advances in forward osmosis (FO) membrane: Chemical modifications on membranes for FO processes. Desalination 419 (2017), 101-116.
2.	Q.C. Ge*, G. Amy, T.S. Chung*, Ferric and cobaltous hydroacid complexes for forward osmosis (FO) processes. Water Research 122 (2017) 580-590.
3.	Q.C Ge*, L.M. Yang, J. Cai, W. Xu, Q. Chen, M. Liu, Hydroacid magnetic nanoparticles in forward osmosis for seawater desalination and efficient regeneration via integrated magnetic and membrane separations. Journal of Membrane Science 520 (2016), 550-559.
4.	Q.C. Ge, G. Han, T.S. Chung, Effective As(III) Removal by A Multi-Charged Hydroacid Complex Draw Solute Facilitated Forward Osmosis-Membrane Distillation (FO-MD) Processes, Environmental Science & Technology, 50 (2016), 2363-2370.
5.	Q.C. Ge, T.S. Chung, Oxalic Acid Complexes: Promising Draw Solutes for Forward Osmosis (FO) in Protein Enrichment, Chemical Communications, 51 (2015), 4854-4857.
6.	Q.C. Ge, F.J. Fu, T.S. Chung, Ferric and cobaltous hydroacid complexes for forward osmosis (FO) processes. Water Research 58 (2014), 230-238.
7.	G. Han, Q.C. Ge, T.S. Chung, Conceptual demonstration of novel closed-loop pressure retarded osmosis process for sustainable osmotic energy generation using hydroacid complex as draw solution. Applied Energy. 132 (2014), 383-393.
8.	Y. Cui, Q.C. Ge, X.Y. Liu, T.S. Chung, Novel forward osmosis process to effectively remove heavy metal ions. Journal of Membrane Science 467 (2014), 188-194.
9.	Q.C. Ge, T.S. Chung, Hydroacid complexes: A new class of draw solutes to promote forward osmosis (FO) processes. Chemical Communications 49 (2013), 8471-8473. 
10.	Q.C. Ge, M.M. Ling, T.S. Chung, Draw solution in forward osmosis process: development, challenge and prospects for the future. Journal of Membrane Science 442 (2013), 225-237.
11.	Q.C. Ge, P. Wang, C. Wan, T.S. Chung, G. Amy, Polyelectrolyte-promoted forward osmosis-membrane distillation (FO-MD) hybrid process for dye wastewater treatment. Environmental Science & Technology 46 (2012), 6236–6243.
12.	Q.C. Ge, J. Su, G. Amy, T.S. Chung, Exploration of polyelectrolytes as draw solutes in forward osmosis processes. Water Research 46 (2012), 1318–1326.
13.	Q.C. Ge, J. Su, T.S. Chung, G. Amy, Hydrophilic superparamagnetic nanoparticles: synthesis, characterization and application in forward osmosis processes. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 50 (2011), 382-388.
14.	T.S. Chung, X. Li, R.C. Ong, Q.C. Ge, H. Wang, G. Han, Emerging forward osmosis (FO) technologies and challenges ahead for clean water and clean energy applications. Current Opinion in Chemical Engineering 1 (2012), 246–257.
15.	Q.C. Ge, G.T. Dalton, M.G. Humphrey, M. Samoc, T.S.A. Hor, Structural and Non-Linear Optical Properties of Aligned Heterotrinuclear [RuII-(Spacer)-MII-(Spacer)-RuII] Complexes (M = Pd, Pt; spacer = 4-ethynylpyridine). Chemistry – An Asian Journal 4 (2009), 998-1005.
16.	Q.C. Ge, T. C. Corkery, M.G. Humphrey, M. Samoc, T.S.A. Hor, Organobimetallic RuII-ReI 4-Ethynylpyridyl Complexes: Structures & Non-Linear Optical Properties. Dalton Transactions (2009), 6192-6200. 
17.	Q.C. Ge, T.S.A. Hor, Stepwise assembly of linearly-aligned Ru–M–Ru (M = Pd, Pt) heterotrimetallic complexes with 4-ethynylpyridine spacer. Dalton Transactions (2008), 2929-2936. 
18.	Q.C. Ge, Y. Guo, H. Lin, H.K. Lin, S. Zhu, Kinetics and mechanism of the catalytic dehydration of HCO3− by zinc(II) complexes of tripod ligands. International Journal of Chemical Kinetics 36 (2004), 197-203.  
19.	Q.C. Ge, Y. Guo, H. Lin, H.K. Lin, S. Zhu, Stoichiometrical coordination behaviour of hexaza tripodal ligands towards zinc(II), copper(II), nickel(II) and cobalt(II). Transition Metal Chemistry (Dordrecht, Netherlands) 28 (2003), 572-578.  
20.	Q.C. Ge, Y. Guo, H.K. Lin, S. Zhu, Kinetics studies on the hydrolysis of NA ester catalyzed by Zinc (II) complexes of 1,3,5-tris (2’, 5’- diazaoctane) benzene. Acta Scientiarum Naturalium Universitatis Nankaiensis 36 (2003), 15-21.
21.	Q.C. Ge, Y. Guo, S. Li, H K. Lin, X. Wang, S. Zhu, Y. Chen, Thermodynamic properties of complexes of 1, 3, 5 – tri (n-2, 5-diaminohexaane)-benzene with Co(II), Ni(II), Cu(II) and Zn(II). Acta Scientiarum Naturalium Universitatis Nankaiensis 34 (2001), 13-19.
22.	Y. Guo, Q.C. Ge, H. Lin, H.K. Lin, S. Zhu, La(III) complex of phenanthroline bridging polyamine as efficient catalyst for the hydrolysis of ATP. Indian Journal of Chemistry, Section A: Inorganic, Bio-inorganic, Physical, Theoretical & Analytical Chemistry 42A (2003), 1076-1080.
23.	Y. Guo, Q.C. Ge, H. Lin, H.K. Lin, S. Zhu, Kinetics and mechanism of promoted hydrolysis of 4-nitrophenyl acetate by zinc(II)-tripod: different roles of mononuclear and trinuclear species. International Journal of Chemical Kinetics 36 (2004), 41-48. 
24.	Y. Guo, Q.C. Ge, H. Lin, H.K. Lin, S. Zhu, C. Zhou, Multiple interactions in Zn(II) ternary systems of phenanthroline bridging polyaza ligand and adenosine, 5’-triphosphate. Indian Journal of Chemistry, Section A: Inorganic, Bio-inorganic, Physical, Theoretical & Analytical Chemistry 42(A) (2003), 287-291.
25.	Y. Guo, Q.C. Ge, H. Lin, H.K. Lin, S. Zhu, C. Zhou, Recognition promoted by Zn2+ between phenanthroline bridging polyaza ligands and nucleotides — Zn2+ acts as ‘messenger’ between the receptor and substrate. Journal of Molecular Recognition 16 (2003), 102-111.
26.	Y. Guo, Q.C. Ge, H. Lin, H.K. Lin, S. Zhu, C. Zhou, The different roles of metal ions and water molecules in the recognition and catalyzed hydrolysis of ATP by phenanthroline-containing polyamines. Biophysical Chemistry 105 (2003), 119-131.  
27.	Y. Guo, Q.C. Ge, H.K. Lin, S. Zhu, H. Lin, The role of copper(II) ion in regulating H-bonding and coulombic interactions in copper(II)/tripod/polyphosphate systems. Transition Metal Chemistry (Dordrecht, Netherlands) 28 (2003), 609-615.  
28.	Y. Guo, Q.C. Ge, H. Lin, H.K. Lin, S. Zhu, Synthesis, thermodynamic properties and kinetics of the acid-catalyzed dissociation of nickel(II) diamido polyamino complexes. Transition Metal Chemistry (Dordrecht, Netherlands) 28 (2003), 668-675.
29.	Y. Guo, Q.C. Ge, H. Lin, H.K. Lin, S. Zhu, The different roles of metal ions and water molecule in the hydrolysis of ATP catalyzed by phenanthroline-based polyamines. Inorganic Chemical Communications 6 (2003), 308-312.
30.	Y. Guo, Q.C. Ge, H. Lin, H.K. Lin, S. Zhu, Thermodynamic studies on supramolecular interactions of metal ions with nucleotides/tripods ligands. Polyhedron 21 (2002), 1005-1015.  
31.	Y. Guo, Q.C. Ge, H. Lin, S. Zhu, C. Zhou, Stability study of novel transition metal complexes containing polyamine ligands of phenanthroline, Journal of Nankai University 35 (2002) 61-67.

Conference papers:
1.	Q.C. Ge, M.M. Ling, G. Amy, T.S. Chung, Polyelectrolytes-promoted forward osmosis processes, Euromembrane 2012, London, UK, Sept. 23-27, 2012. 
2.	M.M. Ling, Q.C. Ge, T.S. Chung, Molecular design of draw solutions for forward osmosis technology, International Water Association, Busan, Korea, Sept. 16-21, 2012. 
3.	Q.C. Ge, J. Su, G. Amy, T.S. Chung, Novel draw solution of polyelectrolytes in forward osmosis processes, 22nd Annual Meeting of the North American Membrane Society, New Orleans, USA, Jun. 9-13, 2012.
4.	M.M. Ling, Q.C. Ge, J. Su, G. Amy, T.S. Chung, Molecular designs of novel draw solutes in forward osmosis for desalination, Desalination for the Environment - Clean Water and Energy, Barcelona, Spain, Apr. 22-24, 2012.
5.	Q.C. Ge, J. Su, T.S. Chung, Hydrophilic superparamagnetic nanoparticles: synthesis, characterization and performance in forward osmosis processes, AIChE Annual Meeting 2010, Salt Lake City, USA, Nov. 8-12, 2010.
6.	Q.C. Ge, T.S.A. Hor, Use of directional bifunctional spacers to construct µ2,-alkynyl-bridged multinuclear systems, 6th International Symposium by Chinese Inorganic Chemists (ISCIC-6) & 9th International Symposium by Chinese Organic Chemists (ISCOC-9), Singapore, Dec. 17-20, 2006.
7.	Q.C. Ge, T.S.A. Hor, Multimetallic assembly of Ru(II) complexes with -4-ethynylpyridine-type spacers, XXXVIth International Conference on Coordination Chemistry, Cape Town, South Africa, Aug. 13-18, 2006.
8.	Q.C. Ge, T.S.A. Hor, Ru(II)-based heterometallic assembly with 4-ethynylpridine-type spacers, Pacifichem 2005, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, Dec.15-20, 2005.
9.	Q.C. Ge, T.S.A. Hor, RuII-based a with 4-pyridylacetylide spacer, Singapore International Chemical Conference 4, Singapore, Dec. 8-10, 2005.
10.	Q.C. Ge, T.S.A. Hor, Nitrito-bridged heterodinulear complexes, 5th International Symposium by Chinese Inorganic Chemists (ISCIC-5) & 8th International Symposium by Chinese Organic Chemists (ISCOC-9), Hong Kong, Dec. 19-22, 2004.