Dr. Xianqin Wang is currently a professor at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). She obtained her Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Virginia Tech. She worked as a research associator at the Brookhaven National Lab and as a scientist at the Pacific Northwest National Lab (PNNL) for a couple of years before she joined NJIT in 2007. Her research efforts focus on two major categories: developing novel catalytic materials for sustainable energy production and environmental protection, and investigating the structure and reactivity of catalytic systems under operation conditions including high pressure and temperature. She has published over 100 refereed papers and book chapters in both national and international journals and presented over ~150 conference and seminar talks. Xianqin has been a tireless contributor to our scientific community including catalysis society. Since 2010, she has organized and chaired 27 symposia in the ACS national meetings. She served a co-program-chair of the ENFL program in 2015 and the program chair for the ENFL division in 2016. She was Guest Editor for two special issues based on ACS ENFL symposia she organized and chaired and is serving on editorial board for Energy Science & Engineering, Nature Scientific Report, and Engineered Science journals.