Yujia Wu

Ph.D. Students

Ph.D. Student


Building 5, lev. 4, 4315-WS21

Research Interests

My doctoral research focused on emission of coal-fired organic pollutants and control technology. The team have conducted qualitative and quantitative analysis on organic pollutants emitted from various types of coal combustion processes, and investigated the removal efficiencies of existing air pollution control devices. 

Selected Publications


  • BEng in Mineral Process Engineering, China University of Mining and Technology, China, 2018
    Training Program for Outstanding Engineers, School of Chemical Engineering and Technology

  • University of Kentucky, America (July 13-28, 2017)
    Summer Mining Institute

  • Zhejiang University, China (Sep 2018 to present)
    PhD Candidate in Thermal Engineering
    Research Area: Migration and Emission Characteristics of Typical Organic Pollutants in Coal-Fired Flue Gas

  • King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia (Mar 2023 to Mar 2024)
    Non-Degree PhD Student in Mechanical Engineering
    Research Area: Effect of H2O addition on the combustion characteristics of NH3-CH4 combustion


  • National Encouragement Scholarship (2017)
  • Second-Class Scholarship of Kefa Cen Education Fund (2018)
  • Award of Honor for Graduate (2019)
  • University-level outstanding graduate student (2020/2021/2022)
  • University-level "Merit student" (2021)
  • "Hang Yang" Enterprise Scholarship (2021)
  • Excellent doctoral dissertation funding of Zhejiang University (2022)
  • "Qing Shan" Enterprise Scholarship (2022)
  • National Scholarship (PhD Student) (2022) 

KAUST Affiliations

  • Clean Combustion Research Center (CCRC)

  • Division of Physical Sciences and Engineering (PSE)

Research Interests Keywords

Coal Combustion Organic Pollutants Condensable Particulate Matter (CPM) Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) Emission Characteristics