Profile: Chen Wang

Ph.D. Graduate Student

Graduate Assistant
Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences

Research Interests:  Near-surface geophysics: Spectral induced polarization

Graduate Advisor: Dr. Lee Slater

  • Education

    B.S. in Environmental Science, Sun Yat-sen University, 2012

    M.Sc. in Water and Environmental Science, University of Copenhagen, 2014

    M.Sc. in Environmental Engineering, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2015

  • Publications

    Li, M.K, Wang, C., Yau, M.L., Bolton, J.R. and Qiang, Z.M., 2016. Sulfamethazine degradation in water by the VUV/UV process: Kinetics, mechanism and antibacterial activity determination based on a mini-fluidic VUV/UV photoreaction system. Water Research.

    Li, M.K., Qiang, Z.M., Hou, P., Bolton, J.R., Qu, J.H., Li, P. and Wang, C., 2016. VUV/UV/chlorine as an enhanced advanced oxidation process for organic pollutant removal from water: Assessment with a novel mini-fluidic VUV/UV photoreaction system (MVPS). Environmental science & technology.

    Li, M.K., Qiang, Z.M., Wang, C., Bolton, J.R., Lian, J.F. Development of monitored tunable biodosimetry for fluence validation in an ultraviolet disinfection reactor. Separation and Purification Technology, 2013, 117: 12-17.

    Qiang, Z.M., Li, M.K., Bolton, J.R., Qu, J.H., Wang, C. Estimating the fluence delivery in UV disinfection reactors using a ‘detector-model’ combination method. Chemical Engineering Journal, 2013, 233: 39-46.

    Li, M.K, Qiang, Z.M., Bolton, J.R., Li, W.T., Wang, C. An improved method for real-time fluence monitoring in UV reactors. Journal of Environmental Engineering, 2014, 141(4): 04014075.