Evaluation of Energy Crop Hybrid Poplar for Non-energy Application

Siqun Wang

University of Tennessee

Siqun Wang is a Professor at the University of Tennessee Center for Renewable Carbon. He also serves as an Adjunct Professor at six Chinese Institutes. His research focus includes cellulose nano materials, nanomechanics and biobased composites. He has published more than 220 journal articles.


Poplar trees are widely planted in subtropical and temperate regions and one of the most widespread hardwood species in North America. In general, the woody biomass currently available is not able to meet the dramatically... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Siqun Wang (University of Tennessee)
  2. Yurong Wang (Chinese Academy of Forestry)
  3. Xiaoyu Wang (University of Tennessee)
  4. Hang Chen (University of Tennessee)
  5. Tim Rials (University of Tennessee)
  6. Nicole Labbé (University of Tennessee)
  7. Art Ragauskas (University of Tennessee)

Topic Areas

Bioenergy and biofuels , Biomass conversion technologies


OS1b-A » Bioenergy and biomass conversion technologies (16:40 - Wednesday, 25th April, Auditorium)

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