Wang Yilin is a lecturer in School of Metallurgy and Environment, Central South University. He successively received a bachelor degree of metallurgical Engineering in June 2010, a master degree of nonferrous metallurgy in June 2013, and a doctor degree in nonferrous metallurgy in April 2018 from Central South University. He was doing a postdoctoral research in Materials Science and Engineering at Central South University from July 2018 to November 2020.
He is carrying out the auxiliary teaching of Light Metal Metallurgy, and guides in the practical teaching process of Understanding Practice for undergraduate students. His research field covers alumina extraction, cleaner metallurgy and solid waste resource utilization. So far, he has published 18 papers, applied 7 national invention patents. He presided over one China Postdoctoral Science Foundation project, and participated in one general project of National Natural Science Foundation of China. He also has presided over or participated in 5 cooperative development projects with enterprise. As the main researcher, he developed industrial technologies with significant impact in the industry, such as "Non-lime Bayer digestion of high-silica diasporic bauxite " and "Nearly zero discharge of red mud from Bayer Process for treating gibbsitic bauxite".
Education and work experience:
 2020.11 -, Lecturer, School of Metallurgy and Environment, Central South University
 2018.07 - 2020.11, Postdoctor in Materials Science and Engineering, Central South University
 2013.09 - 2018.06, doctor degree in Nonferrous Metallurgy, Central South University
 2010.09 - 2013.06, master degree in Nonferrous Metallurgy, Central South University
 2006.09 - 2010.06, bachelor degree in Metallurgical Engineering, Central South University