With 18.7 million inhabitants, Shanghai is the largest city by population in the world. It’s also the commercial and financial center of China and the largest base of Chinese industrial technology.
Modern Shanghai has three areas of interest to those who visit: sightseeing, business, and shopping. The city is home to several historical landmarks and attractions, many centered around the People's Square or Huangpu River. Shanghai is also a mecca of fashion, art, cinema, museums, and sports, and offers a reprieve from the urban pace in extensive green areas and parks.
Projects are completed in collaboration with the School of Environmental Science and Engineering, at Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU), one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in China.
• Microbial clogging processes in porous media
• Application of hollow fiber membranes in water treatment plants
• Evaluation and application of fluid regimes in reverse osmosis membrane modules
• Calculation and evaluation of fluid fields in bioreactors for wastewater treatment (computational hydrodynamics)
• Application of immobilization bacteria for ammonia removal in drinking water (experiment and project design)
• Preparation of self-organized TiO2 nanotube arrays and its photo electrochemical applications
• Pollutant evolvement recorded in the sediment from Dianshan Lake, Shanghai
• Occurrences and characteristics of the emerging contaminants-PPCPs in water environments
• Detection of organic acid in surface water using ion chromatography
• Optimization and software design for wastewater treatment
• Deep treatment processes and nitrogen removal for landfill leachate
• Charged ultra-filtration membranes for natural organic matter removal in water.