Huimin was awarded a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering and English in 2008 from the Dalian University of Technology, China. She obtained a Ph.D. in chemistry in 2013 from the Tsinghua University, China. Huimin is currently a post-doctoral researcher at Kansai University, Japan. Her research interests include the synthesis of micro/nano scale catalysts used for C1 chemistry and development of highly effective adsorbents for the removal of heavy metals.
- Liu, Huimin; Wu, Hao; He, Dehua. Methane conversion to syngas over Ni/Y2O3 catalysts - Effects of calcination temperatures of Y2O3 on physicochemical properties and catalytic performance. Fuel Processing Technology (2014), 119, 81-86.
- Liu, Huimin; Li, Yuming; Wu, Hao; Miyake, Takanori; He, Dehua. CO2 reforming of methane over Ni/SBA-15 prepared with β-cyclodextrin - Role of β-cyclodextrin in Ni dispersion and performance. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2013), 38(35), 15200-15209.
- Liu, Huimin; Li, Yuming; Wu, Hao; Takayama, Hiroya; Miyake, Takanori; He, Dehua. Effects of β-cyclodextrin modification on properties of Ni/SBA-15 and its catalytic performance in carbon dioxide reforming of methane. Catalysis Communications (2012), 28, 168-173.