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National Outstanding Young Scientists Award
Details
Name  
WANG Dongsheng
Title  
  N/A
Highest Education  
  Ph.D
Office  
  18 Shuangqing Road, Haidian District, Beijing, China
Phone  
  (010)62849138
Zip Code  
  100085
Fax  
  0086-10-62923541
Email  
  wgds@rcees.ac.cn

Education and Appointments:

  EDUCATION  

  Ph.D.(1997), Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, CAS  

  MSc. (1994), Environmental Engineering, South China University of Technology  

  BSc. (1992), Applied Chemistry, China University of Geosciences  

  PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE  

  1997-present, Associate Professor, Professor, Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, CAS, Beijing, China  

  2008-presen, Adjunct Professor, University of South Australia  

  1997-1999, Postdoctor, University College London, London, UK; Harbin Industry University, Harbin, China   


Research Interest:

  Coagulation theory, water quality control technique and aquatic process 

  Eutrophication evaluation, adsorption and degradation of toxic organic/odor and taste compounds 

  Micro-interface processes for nano-pollutants and their environmental effects, aquatic particulates and their coagulation, transfer behavior and water quality modeling 

Public Services:

Honors:
Selected Publications:

  1. Zhang, J.Y., Shi, B.Y., Li, T., Wang, D.S., 2013. Adsorption of methyl parathion on PAC from natural waters: the effect of NOM on adsorption capacity and kinetics. Adsorption 19(1), 91-99. 

  2. Xiao, F., Li, X.Y., Wang, D.S., 2013. Three Dimensional CFD Simulation of the Flow Field around and through Particle Aggregates. Colloids and Surfaces A-Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 436, 1034-1040.  

  3. Xiao, F., Xiao, P., Zhang, W.J., Wang, D.S., 2013. Identification of key factors affecting the organic fouling on low pressure ultrafiltration membrane. Journal of Membrane Science 447, 144-152. 

  4. Su, Y., Yan, X.M., Pu, Y.B., Xiao, F., Wang, D.S., Yang, M. 2013. Risks of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Acting as Contaminants-Carriers: Potential Release of Phenanthrene in Japanese Medaka (Oryzias Latipes). Environmental Science and Technology 47(9), 4704-4710. 

  5. Yan, M.Q., Li, M., Wang, D.S., Xiao F., 2013. Optical property of iron binding to Suwannee River fulvic acid. Chemosphere 91, 1042-1048.  

  6. Yan, M.Q., Wang, D.S., Xie, J.Y., Liu, C.X., Cheng, J.X., Chow C.W.K., Leeuwen J., 2012. Investigation of the adsorption characteristics of natural organic matter from typical Chinese surface waters onto alumina using quartz crystal microbalance with dissipation. Journal of Hazardous Materials 215, 115-121. 

  7. Xie, J.K., Wang, D.S., Leeuwen, J., Zhao, Y.M., Xing, L.N.,  Christopher W.K.C., 2012. pH modeling for maximum dissolved organic matter removal by enhanced coagulation. Journal of Environmental Sciences-China 24(2), 276-283. 

  8. Zhang, M., Xiao, F., Xu, X., Wang, D.S., 2012. Novel ferromagnetic nanoparticle composited PACls and their coagulation characteristics. Water Research 46, 127-135. 

  9. Feng, C.H., Bi, Z., Zhao, S., Li, N., Wang, D.S., Tang, H.X., 2012. Quantification analysis of polymeric Al species in solutions with electrospray ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry (ESI-TOF-MS). International Journal of Mass Spectrometry 309, 22-29. 

  10. Bi, Z., Feng C.H., Wang, D.S., Ge, X.P., Tang, H.X., 2012. Transformation of planar Mögel Al13 to epsilon Keggin Al13 in dissolution process. Colloids and Surfaces a-Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 407, 91-98. 

  11. Bi, Z., Feng, C.H.,Wang, D.S., Ge, X.P., Tang, H.X., 2012.  Transformation of planar Mögel Al13 coagulant during the dilution and aging process. Colloids and Surfaces a-Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 416, 73-79. 

  12. Xing, L., Rolando, F., Christopher, W.K.C., John, van L., Mary, D., Wang, D.S., 2012.  Prediction of dissolved organic matter removal of low specific UV absorbance surface waters using high performance size exclusion chromatography combined with peak fitting, Journal of Environmental Sciences, 24(7), 1174-1180. 

  13. Yang, F., Shi, B.Y., Gu, J.N., Wang, D.S., Yang, M., 2012. Morphological and physicochemical characteristics of iron corrosion scales formed under different water source histories in a drinking water distribution system. Water Research 46, 5423-5433. 


Supported Projects:

  Novel Multi-Functional Coagulants and their Enhanced Coagulation Mechanism for Micro-Pollutants Remova,l National Natural Science Foundation of China (Key Program), 2014-2018. 

  Environmental Micro-interface Processes and Pollution Control-Phase III, National Natural Science Foundation of China (Creative Research Group), 2013-2015. 

  Water Quality Assurance and Operation Management Technologies for Urban Water Distribution System, Major Science and Technology Program for Water Pollution Control and Treatment, 2012-2015. 

  Efficient and Low-cost Nanotechnology Integration and Demonstration for Drinking Water Purification, (973 Program), 2011-2015. 

  Multiphase aggregation micro-interface processes and enhanced coagulation technical principles, National Natural Science Foundation of China (Distinguished Young Scholars), 2011-2014. 

  Resolution of source of typical chemical contaminants and multi-interface migration process and flux of Dongjiang River, CAS fund, 2009- 2011. 

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