Name: Liu Bingchuan

Professor in School of Environmental Science and Engineering

Phone: 86-27-87793948 ext. 802


Academic Areas: Environmental Engineering

Research Interest

1. Bioelectrochemical system based environmental sensing technology; 2. Sustainable bioenergy production from waste treatment; 3. Remote Bio-power source development in harsh environment. Research Website:


Doctor--Environmental Engineering--University of Connecticut--2015

Master--Environmental Science--Shanghai Jiaotong University--2010

Bachelor--Environmental Engineering--Harbin Institute of Technology--2007

Oversea Study and Visit

Academic Memberships

Honours and Awards

Honours and Awards

[1] Liu, B.*, Williams, I., Li, Y., Wang, L., Bagtzoglou, A., McCutcheon, J., & Li, B. (2016). Towards high power output of scaled-up benthic microbial fuel cells (BMFCs) using multiple electron collectors. Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 79, 435-441. (IF=6.409) Xu, Z., Liu, B., Dong, Q., Lei, Y., Li, Y., Ren, J., ... & Li, B. (2015). Flat microliter membrane-based microbial fuel cell as “on-line sticker sensor” for self-supported in situ monitoring of wastewater shocks. Bioresource technology, 197, 244-251. (IF=4.494) Liu, B., Weinstein, A., Kolln, M., Garrett, C., Wang, L., Bagtzoglou, A., ... & Li, B. (2015). Distributed multiple-anodes benthic microbial fuel cell as reliable power source for subsea sensors. Journal of Power Sources, 286, 210-216. (IF=6.217) Li, B., Wang, M., Zhou, X., Wang, X., Liu, B., & Li, B. (2015). Pyrolyzed binuclear-cobalt-phthalocyanine as electrocatalyst for oxygen reduction reaction in microbial fuel cells. Bioresource technology. (IF=4.494) Li, Y., Wu, Y., Liu, B., Luan, H., Vadas, T., Guo, W., ... & Li, B. (2015). Self-sustained reduction of multiple metals in a microbial fuel cell–microbial electrolysis cell hybrid system. Bioresource technology, 192, 238-246. (IF=4.494) Li, B., Zhou, X., Wang, X., Liu, B., & Li, B. (2014). Hybrid binuclear-cobalt-phthalocyanine as oxygen reduction reaction catalyst in single chamber microbial fuel cells. Journal of Power Sources, 272, 320-327. (IF=6.217) Liu, B., Lei, Y., & Li, B. (2014). A batch-mode cube microbial fuel cell based “shock” biosensor for wastewater quality monitoring. Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 62, 308-314. (IF=6.409) Liu, B., Brückner, C., Lei, Y., Cheng, Y., Santoro, C., & Li, B. (2014). Cobalt porphyrin-based material as methanol tolerant cathode in single chamber microbial fuel cells (SCMFCs). Journal of Power Sources, 257, 246-253. (IF=6.217) Liu, B., & Li, B. (2014). Single chamber microbial fuel cells (SCMFCs) treating wastewater containing methanol. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 39(5), 2340-2344. (IF=3.313) Liu, B., Christiansen, K., Parnas, R., Xu, Z., & Li, B. (2013). Optimizing the production of hydrogen and 1, 3-propanediol in anaerobic fermentation of biodiesel glycerol. International journal of hydrogen energy, 38(8), 3196-3205. (IF=3.313) Bingchuan, L. I. U., Jinhua, L. I., Baoxue, Z. H. O. U., Zheng, Q., Jing, B. A. I., ZHANG, J., ... & Weimin, C. A. I. (2010). Kinetics and mechanisms for photoelectrochemical degradation of glucose on highly effective self-organized TiO 2 nanotube arrays. Chinese Journal of Catalysis, 31(2), 163-170. (IF=1.964)