Jiashuo LI
Shandong University
Weihai, China
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Member since Nov 09, 2021
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Dr. Jiashuo Li graduated from Peking University. He is now a professor at Blue and Green Development School, Shandong University (Weihai) and Young Taishan Scholar of Shandong Province. His research focuses on greenhouse gas emissions and air pollutant accounting and mitigation strategies, Input-output analysis and environmental impacts analysis for energy systems. He has published over 40 papers in JCR Q1 and Q2 peer-reviewed journals, such as Nature Sustainability, Nature communications, One Earth, ES&T, Earth’s Future, Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, Applied Energy and Energy Policy, with an H index of 33 (Google Scholar). 10 of his articles were listed in the ESI highly cited papers or ESI hot papers, and two were listed in Elsevier Most Cited Articles. He is the PI & Co-PI of 3 NSFC and provincial level research projects. He was awarded the 2016 Young Scholars Outstanding Paper Award of the Regional Science Association of China, the Innovation award of Peking University, the 2020 Shandong Provincial Higher Education Humanities and Social Sciences Award, etc.


 Ph.D., Energy and Environment, Peking University, 2015
 B. S., Building Environment and equipment engineering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, 2010
 B. S., Management, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, 2010

 Professor (2019.03-present), Institute of Blue and Green Development, Shandong University.
 Assistant Professor (2015.07-2019.02), School of energy and power engineering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology.

More than 60 publications in SCI/SSCI journals, such as Nature Sustainability, One Earth, Environmental Science and Technology, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Journal of Environmental Management, Applied Energy, Energy Policy, etc. 2 Top 25 hottest papers in Elsevier and 10 ESI hot/highly cited papers.

Research Interests

Energy transition, Environmental emission accounting, Systems analysis for renewable and ecological engineering projects, Input-output techniques and their applications, Systems accounting for energy and the relevant pollutants, Sustainable development strategies