Chemical Engineering and Technology(Chinese and English)

Yeqing Li

Personal Profile

College of New Energy and Materials


Associate Researcher, Ph.D Supervisor

Chemical Engineering and Technology

Research Areas

The main research directions are the development of efficient biomass pretreatment technology, the development of new anaerobic reactors, the new application of anaerobic processes, the regulation of reaction processes and processes, the industrialization and utilization technology of urban organic domestic waste/kitchen waste, and the comprehensive utilization technology of biogas residue biogas slurry

Research Projects

[1] Project Leader of Solid Anaerobic Fermentation Degradation Mechanism and Microbial Synergistic Metabolism Analysis of Lignocellulose Waste (National Natural Science Foundation of China Youth Fund, 51508572, 2016.01-2018.12, 238,000).
[2] Research on the Application of Dry Anaerobic Fermentation of Organic Waste (Beijing Municipal Commission of Education, Scientific Research and Postgraduate Training Project, 2016.01-2016.12, 500,000) Project Leader
[3] Application process and basic research on the coupling production of ethanol and biogas by anaerobic fermentation of kitchen waste (China University of Petroleum (Beijing) Introduction of Talents Scientific Research Startup Fund, 2462014YJRC034, 2014.09-2017.12, 100,000) Project Leader
[4] Development and demonstration of biofuel equipment for modular intelligent kitchen waste preparation (Beijing Municipal Science and Technology Commission, D141100002814001, 2014.06-2017.06, a total of 20 million, of which 6.93 million is the national special fund).
[5] Development and demonstration of new membrane purification technologies and devices for the production of bio-natural gas, (Rural Science and Technology Development Division of Beijing Municipal Science and Technology Commission, Z161100001316010, 2016.01-2018.12, a total of 6 million yuan, of which 2.9 million yuan is the national special fund), ranked second, executive person in charge

Research Group Introduction


[1] Li Y Q#*, Liu H#, Yan F, Su D F, Wang Y F, Zhou H J. High-calorific biogas production from anaerobic digestion of food waste using a two-phase pressurized biofilm (TPPB) system. Bioresource Technology, DIO: 10.1016/j.biortech.2016.10.070 (SCI, 2015IF=4.917)
[2] Li Y Q*, Liu H, Su D F, et al. Characterization and thermophilic anaerobic digestion of organic fraction of municipal solid waste. Waste and Biomass Valorization, 2016, 2: 325-330. (SCI, 2014IF=1.056)
[3] Li Y Q*, Su D F, Feng H, et al.Anaerobic acidogenic fermentationof food waste for mixed-acid production.Energy Sources, Part A, accepted in 12-Nov-2015, DOI: 10.1080/15567036.2015.1120824. (SCI)
[4] Li Y Q, Zhang R H, He Y F, et al. Anaerobic co-digestion of chicken manure and corn stover in batch and continuously stirred tank reactor (CSTR). Bioresource Technology, 2014, 156: 342-347. (SCI, 2013IF=5.039)
[5] Li Y Q, Zhang R H, He Y F, et al. Thermophilic solid-state anaerobic digestion of alkaline pretreated corn stover. Energy and Fuels, 2014, 28(6): 3759-3765. (SCI, 2013IF=2.733)
[6] Li Y Q, Zhang R H, Chen C, et al. Biogas production from co-digestion of corn stover and chicken manure under anaerobic wet, hemi-solid, and solid state conditions. Bioresource Technology, 2013, 149: 406-412. (SCI, 2013IF=5.039)
[7] Li Y Q, Zhang R H, Liu G Q, et al. Comparison of methane production potential, biodegradability, and kinetics of different organic substrates. Bioresource Technology, 2013, 149: 565-569. (SCI, 2013IF=5.039)
[8] Li Y Q, Zhang R H, Liu X Y, et al. Evaluating methane production from anaerobic mono- and co-digestion of kitchen waste, corn stover, and chicken manure. Energy and Fuels, 2013, 27: 2085-2091. (SCI, 2013IF=2.733)
[9] Li Y Q#, Feng L#, Zhang R H, et al. Influence of inoculum source and pre-incubation on bio-methane potential of chicken manure and corn stover. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology, 2013, 171: 117-127. (SCI, 2013IF=1.687)