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  • 2017 Three papers from Dr. Qinglin Wu’s group made to the list of the Thomas Reuters’ Essential Science Indicators (ESI) top 1% highly cited papers up to Nov/Dec 2017.
    1. Li M, Wu Q, Son K, Qing Y, and Wu Y. 2015. Cellulose nanoparticles as modifiers for rheology and fluid loss in bentonite water-based fluids ACS J. Applied Materials and Interface, 7, 5006-5016. (Impact Factor=7.23) in Material Science.
    2. Yao, F, Wu Q, Lei Y, Guo W, and Xu Y. 2008. Thermal decomposition kinetics of natural fibers: activation energy with dynamic thermogravimetric analysis. Polymer Degradation and Stability 93(1):90-98. (Impact factor=3.12) in Chemistry.
    3. Zhou, C, Q. Wu, T. Lei, and I. Negulescu. 2014. Adsorption kinetic and equilibrium studies for methylene blue dye by partially hydrolyzed polyacrylamide/cellulose nanocrystal nanocomposite hydrogels. Chemical Engineering Journal. 251:17-24. (Impact factor = 6.6) in Engineering.
  • 2017 LSU College of Agriculture Distinguished Dissertation Award (For Kunlin Song – A PhD student under Dr. Q Wu)
  • 2016 LSU Alumni Association Distinguished Dissertation Award (For Kunlin Song – A PhD student under Dr. Q Wu)
  • 2016 Biomacromolecules: One of the top five most cited articles selected by Biomacromolecules published between 2013 and 2015. “Han, J., C. Zhou, Y. Wu, F. Liu, and Q. Wu. 2013. Self-assembling behavior of cellulose nanoparticles during freeze drying: effect of suspension concentration, particle size, crystal structure, and surface charge. Biomacromolecules, 14:1529-1540”
  • 2016 Three papers from Dr. Qinglin Wu’s group made to the list of the Thomas Reuters’ Essential Science Indicators (ESI) top 1% highly cited papers upto March/April 2016. ESI determine the influential individuals, institutions, papers, publications and counties in their field of study plus emerging research areas. The papers entered rank among the top 1% most cited for their subject field and year of publication, earning them the mark of exceptional impact.
    1. Li M, Wu Q, Son K, Qing Y, and Wu Y. 2015. Cellulose nanoparticles as modifiers for rheology and fluid loss in bentonite water-based fluids ACS J. Applied Materials and Interface, 7, 5006-5016. (Impact Factor=7.23) in Material Science.
    2. Li M, Wu Q, Son K, S. Lee., Qing Y, and Wu Y. 2015. Cellulose nanoparticles: structure- morphology- rheology relationship, ACS Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering 3 (5), 821–832. (Impact Factor=5.23) in Chemistry.
    3. Yao, F, Wu Q, Lei Y, Guo W, and Xu Y. 2008. Thermal decomposition kinetics of natural fibers: activation energy with dynamic thermogravimetric analysis. Polymer Degradation and Stability 93(1):90-98. (Impact factor=3.12) in Chemistry.
  • Journal of Colloid and Interface Science - Top Cited Article (2010-2011) award with a paper –“Application of rod-shaped cellulose nanocrystals in polyacrylamide hydrogels.”
  • Rogers Excellence in Research Award, LSU AgCenter, 2009
  • IAWS Fellow, June 2009 to present.
  • Research Award, Sigma Delta Gamma Honor Society, LSU Chapter. April 2008.
  • JSPS Visiting Fellow, Shizuoka University, Shizuoka, Japan. October 2007.
  • Markwardt Wood Engineering Award for Excellence in Wood Engineering Research, Forest Products Society. 2005.
  • Roy O Martin Sr. Professor, Composites/Engineered Wood Products,
    Endowed professorship for research in composite and engineered wood products, Louisiana State University. 2004 to present.
  • Wood Award, Forest products Research Society
    (Second Place, two awards annually for outstanding graduate student research). 1994.
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