Wang Y.W., PhD – Visiting Scientist


EDUCATION:

Ph.D., Environmental Engineering, RCEES, CAS, Beijing, China. 2009

B.S., Environmental Engineering, Tianjin University, Tianjin, China. 2003

AREAS OF EXPERTISE:

Dr. Wang specialized in pathogenic bacteria and viruses control technology and biosolid valorization technology. He has experience on design and management constructed wetland and river restoration project. His present research focuses on the application of novel molecular technology on microbial source tracking and pathogen removal in LID.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Visiting assistant Professor, University of California, Irvine.2017-

Visiting Scholar, Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA. 2017-

Assistant professor, Department of Water Pollution Control, RCEES, CAS 2011-

Postdoctoral researcher, RCEES, CAS 2009-2011

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:

Wang Y.W., Chen Y.N., Zheng X, Gui C.M., Wei Y.S. Spatio-temporal distribution of fecal indicators in three rivers of the Haihe River Basin, China. Environmental Science and Pollution Research (doi:10.1007/s11356-015-5907-3).

Liu J.B., Yu D.W., Zhang J., Yang M., Wang Y.W., Wei Y.S. Tong J. Rheological properties of sewage sludge during enhanced anaerobic digestion with microwave-H2O2 pretreatment. Water Research. 2016.98:98–108

Wang Y.W., Xiao Q.C., Zhong H., Zheng X., Wei Y.S. Effect of organic matter on phosphorus recovery from sewage sludge subjected to microwave hybrid pretreatment. Journal of Environmental Sciences 2016.39:29-36.

Wei Y.S., Wang Y.W., Wang G.Y. Microbial source tracking: the development and application in surface water microbial contamination control. Water Resource Protection (in Chinese) 2016, 32(1):1-11.

Liu J.B., Wei Y.S., Li K., Tong J. Wang Y.W., Jia R.L. Microwave - acid pretreatment: a potential process for enhancing sludge dewaterability. Water Research 2015.90:225-234

Wang Y.W., Xiao Q.C., Liu J.B., Wei Y.S. Pilot-scale study of sludge pretreatment by microwave and sludge reduction based on lysis-cryptic growth. Bioresource Technology 2015.190, 140–147.

Wang Y.W., Gui C.M., WEI Y., Multivariate analysis of sludge disintegration by microwave-hydrogen peroxide pretreatment process. Journal of Hazardous Materials.2015.283: 856–864

All Publication: http://orcid.org/0000-0002-5300-7121

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS AND CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS:

Wang Y.W., Liu X.X., Gui C.M., Li P., Wei Y.S.Comparison of sludge-derived adsorptive biochar by conventional heating and microwave pyrolysis.WasteEng2016 Conference, May 23-26, Albi France.

Wang Y.W., Liu X.X., Gui C.M., Li P., Wei Y.S.Sludge biochar produced by mild temperature microwaving: properties and effects on ryegrass growth.NZLTC Annual Conference 2016 March 16 - 18, Gisborne, New Zealand.

Wang Y.W., Wei Y.S., Z.M. Ren. In-stream gravel bed system in the restoration of Longdao stream: Case study. Oral Presentation. The 3rd International Conference on Environmental Simulation and Pollution Control. November 07-08, 2013.Beijing, China. Oral Presentation.

Wang Y. W., Y. S. Wei, W. D. Wang, B. B. Huang, Q. Y. Meng, Z. M. Yi, Z. Wu, X. Q. Du, Q. S. Guo. Application of the bypass and off-line river purification system in the restoration of Wenyu River: a Case study. Oral Presentation. River Corridor Restoration Conference-2011. March 13-18, 2011, Ascona, Switzerland.

PATENTS

Wei Y.S., Y.W. Wang, Wang W.D., Shan B.Q. One type of bypass offline and river water quality improvement system. Patent No. ZL201110261546.9

Wei Y.S., Y.W. Wang. Quasi-natural river water quality improvement system. Patent No. ZL201210237690.3

Wei Y.S., Y. Hong, Y.W. Wang, Xiao B.Y., Liu J.X. The method of removing short chain nonylphenol and nonylphenol ether from sludge by microwave radiation. Patent No. ZL201010122005.3