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PAN Gang
  Deputy director of Lab
Highest Education  
  18 Shuangqing Road, Haidian District, Beijing, China
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Education and Appointments:


  Ph.D. (1996), Environmental Chemistry, University of East Anglia, UK 

  MSc. (1989), Physical Chemistry, Ocean University of China, China 

  BSc. (1982), Physical Chemistry, Ocean University of China, China 


  2000-present, Professor, Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, CAS 

  1999-2000, Senior research fellow, T H Huxley School, Imperial College, UK 

  1998-1999, Research Fellow, Dept. Environ. Sci., University of Plymouth, UK 

  1996-1998, Post-doc, School of Earth Sciences, University of Leeds, UK 

  1982-1991, Lecturer, Department of Chemistry, Ocean University of China 

Research Interest:

  Aquatic ecological engineering (eutrophication and algal bloom control) 

  Environmental micro/nano interfacial processes 

Public Services:


  Vice president, Aquatic Environment Committee, Chinese Society of Environment 

  Board member, Synchrotron Committee, Chinese Society of Physics 

  Board member, Chinese Society of Limnology and Oceanography 

  Board member, Chinese Society of Environmental Nanotechnology 

  National First Prize of Environmental Science and Technology, China (2009) 

  Scientists of the Year (2010, Chinese national annual award) 

Selected Publications:

  1. Liang Li and Gang Pan, A Universal Method for Flocculating Harmful Algal Blooms in Marine and Fresh Waters Using Modified Sand, Environ. Sci. Technol., 2013, 47, 4555-4562 

  2. Gang Pan et al., Impact of suspended inorganic particles on phosphorus cycling in the Yellow River (China), Environ. Sci. Technol., 2013, 47, 9685-9692. 

  3. Pan, G., et al., Reducing the recruitment of sedimented algae and nutrient release into the overlying water using modified soil/sand flocculation-capping in eutrophic lakes, Environ. Sci. Technol., 2012, 46, 5077-5084 

  4. PanG., Yang, B., Effect of surface hydrophobicity on the formation and stability of oxygen nanoscale gas state, ChemPhysChem, 2012, 13, 2205-2212 

  5. He, G., Pan, G., Zhang, M., Waychunas, G., Coordination Structure of Adsorbed Zn(II) at Water-TiO2 Interfaces, Environ. Sci. Technol., 2011, 25, 1873-1879 

  6. Pan, G., Chen, J., Anderson D., Modified local sands for the mitigation of harmful algal blooms, Harmful Algae, 2011, 10, 381-387 

  7. Pan, G., et al., In-lake algal bloom removal and submerged vegetation restoration using modified local soils, Ecological Engineering, 2011, 37, 302-308 

  8. Pan, G.; You, C., Sediment-water distribution of perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) in Yangtze River Estuary, Environmental Pollution, 2010, 158(5), 1363-1367 

  9. He, GZ., Pan, G., Zhang MY., Wu, ZY., Quantitative XANES Studies on Metastable- Equilibrium Adsorption of Arsenate on TiO2 surfaces, J. Phys. Chem. C, 2009, 113(39), 17076-17081 

  10. He GZ., Zhang MY., Pan G., The Influences of pH on Initial Adsorbate Concentration Effect of Oxyanions on Mineral Surfaces: adsorption of arsenate onto anatase studied based on DFT calculations and XAFS spectroscopy, J. Phys. Chem. C, 2009, 113(52), 21679-21686 

Supported Projects:

  Natural water quality improvement (Sino-EU governmental cooperation program) 

  The application of nano-material and nano-technology in detecting and treating water pollution (973) 

  Emergency treatment of harmful algal bloom and long term eutrophication reversing principle (863) 

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