As a young researcher, Dr Edison Ang has authored over 90 research papers, with an H-index of 33 and citations over 4000 (based on Google Scholar).
Dr. Ang is renowned for his expertise in the realm of 2D materials and has garnered recognition through numerous awards, including the 2023 Emerging Investigator (Chemical Communications), 2023 Early-Career Researchers of PNAS, 2023 PIERS Young Scientists Award, 2023 The Rising Stars of Wiley (Advanced Science), 2022 AIChE SLS Young Faculty Award, 2022 NIE/NTU Excellence in Research, 2023 Emerging Investigators of the Royal Society of Chemistry (Nanoscale), 2022 SNIC-Prof Lee Soo Ying Early Career Research Award, 2022 Young Chemists of Wiley (Chemistry-A European Journal), 2022 Emerging Investigators of the Royal Society of Chemistry (Journal of Materials Chemistry A), 2022 Sabic Young Professional Award, 2022 Young Scientist Medal Award by International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM), 2021 Vebleo Fellow Award, and 2021 Outstanding ASIAN Science Diplomat Award.
His active engagement in the academic sphere is evidenced by his participation in various memberships and editorial responsibilities. He serves as an Early-Career Advisory Board of Materials Horizons, Young Editorial Board Member for the Chemical Engineering Journal, Journal of Energy Chemistry, and Journal of Collagen and Leather, Carbon Neutrality, Frontiers in Energy. Additionally, he holds the Associate Editor role for Scientific Reports, Frontiers in Chemistry, Frontiers in Electronic Materials, and Frontiers in Environmental Chemistry. Dr. Ang also contributes as a Review Editorial Board Member for Frontiers in Chemical Engineering.
Dr. Ang actively participates as a member in various professional organizations, including International Association for Carbon Capture, The Electrochemical Society, Royal Society of Chemistry, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, and the Singapore National Institute of Chemistry. Furthermore, he maintains affiliations with institutes of higher learning, including the Singapore Centre for 3D Printing, Singapore Battery Consortium, and Singapore Membrane Consortium. His diverse experiences and extensive affiliations underscore his steadfast dedication to advancing research and knowledge within the materials science and engineering field.