SHAN Weijun, an Associate Professor at College of Chemistry, Liaoning University, received B.S. degree in Chemical Process in 1999 from Liaoning institute of Technology (BE, 1999), and M.S. degree in Physical Chemistry in 2005 from Dalian University of Technology (MS, 2005). He completed his Ph.D in Metallurgical Engineering in 2016 at Northeastern University (DE, 2016).
The research interests include preparation and application of porous materials. The main research achievements are as follows.
 Shan Weijun, Zhang Q, Shu Y, et al. Aminopropyl-grafted various silica mesostructures for adsorption of molybdenum ions from re-containing effluent[J]. Adsorption, 2016, 22(7):859-869.
 Shan Weijun, Shu Y, Chen H, et al. The recovery of molybdenum(vi) from rhenium(vii) on amino-functionalized mesoporous materials[J]. Hydrometallurgy, 2016, 165, Part (2):251-260.
 Shan Weijun, Ren F, Zhang Q, et al. Enhanced adsorption capacity and selectivity towards molybdenum in wastewater by a persimmon tannin waste based new adsorbent[J]. Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology, 2015, 90(5):888-895.
 Shan Weijun, Zhao Z, Fang D, et al. Investigation on the selective adsorption of mo (vi) by using modified rice husk and corn straw[J]. Waste and Biomass Valorization, 2013, 4(2):385-393.
 Shan Weijun, Xu J, Ning L, et al. Selective adsorption of mo(vi) from re(vii) containing effluent on orange waste gel modified by ethylenediamine, diethylamine, and triethylamine[J]. Separation Science and Technology, 2013, 48(5):789-796.