Lv, Yongqin


NameYongqin Lv


AddressScience Building, Room: 420W

Education background:

2001-2005, Undergraduate of Beijing University of Chemical Technology, China.

2008-2010, Visiting scholar of Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial            

Research Organization (CSIRO), Australia         

2005-2010, Ph.D of Beijing University of Chemical Technology, China.          

Work experience :

2011-2012, Postdoctoral fellow of University of California, Berkeley, USA.                                 

2013-2016, Associate professor of Beijing University of Chemical Technology, China.    

2017 to now, Professor of Beijing University of Chemical Technology, China.     

Academic title: Professor

Research areas:

Biochemical Engineering

Honors and awards:

1. Top ten teachers, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, 2015

2. Hundred Young Talents Plan, Beijing University o Chemical Technology, 2017

Research projects:

1. Engineering of artificial antibody for the early diagnosis and therapy of diseases;

2. Design of multi-enzyme nanosystems for enhanced cascade biocatalysis;

3.Information response and cooperation mechani** among bacterial communities in 

artificial multicellular system;

4. Development of a biotechnological process for preparation of low molecular weight


Representative works:

[1] Huili Zhang, Jan Baeyens, Gustavo Cáceres, Jan Degrève, Yongqin Lv*. Thermal energy storage: Recent developments and practical aspects, Progress in Energy and Combustion Science, 2016, 53, 1-40. (IF=26.467)

[2] Yongqin Lv, Tianwei Tan*, Frantisek Svec*. Molecular imprinting of proteins in polymers attached to the surface of nanomaterials for selective recognition of biomacromolecules. Biotechnology Advances, 2013, 31(8), 1172-1186. (IF= 12.831)

[3] Kaipeng Cheng, Frantisek Svec, Yongqin Lv*, Tianwei Tan*. Hierarchical Micro- and Mesoporous Zn-Based Metal-Organic Frameworks Templated by Hydrogel: Their Use for Enzyme Immobilization and Catalysis of Knoevenagel Reaction, Small, 2019, 15(44), 1902927. (IF=10.856)

[4] Liang Ma, Frantisek Svec, Yongqin Lv*, Tianwei Tan*. In situ bottom-up growth of metal-organic frameworks in crosslinked poly(ethylene oxide) layer with ultrahigh loading and superior uniform distribution, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2019, 7, 20293 - 20301. (IF=10.733)

[5] Yongqin Lv,* Yating Qin, Frantisek Svec, Tianwei Tan*. Molecularly imprinted pla**onic nanosensor for selective SERS detection of protein biomarkers, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 2016, 80, 433-441. (IF= 9.518)

[6] Wen Tong, Yongqin Lv,* Frantisek Svec*. Advantage of nanoporous styrene-based monolithic structure over beads when applied for methane storage, Applied Energy, 2016, 83, 1520-1527. (IF=8.426)

[7] Yao Cao, Liyin Wen, Frantisek Svec, Tianwei Tan, Yongqin Lv*. Magnetic AuNP@Fe3O4 nanoparticles as reusable carriers for reversible enzyme immobilization, Chemical Engineering Journal, 2016, 286, 272-281. (IF= 8.355)

[8] Ma Liang, Frantisek Svec, Tianwei Tan*, Yongqin Lv*. In-situ growth of highly permeable zeolite imidazolate framework membranes on porous polymer substrate using metal chelated polyaniline as interface layer, Journal of Membrane Science, 2019, 576, 1-8. (IF=7.015)

[9] Yongqin Lv, Zhxing Lin, Frantisek Svec*. Hypercrosslinked large surface area porous polymer monoliths for hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography of **all molecules featuring zwitterionic functionalities attached to gold nanoparticles held in layered structure, Analytical Chemistry, 2012, 84(20), 8457-8460. (IF= 6.35)

[10] Yongqin Lv*, Yao Cao, Frantisek Svec, Tianwei Tan. Porous polymer-based monolithic layers enabling pH triggered switching between superhydrophobic and superhydrophilic properties, Chemical Communications, 2014, 50, 13809-13812. (IF= 6.164)

Admission requirements:

Hard-working, cooperative, and determined.