Ph. D in Atmospheric Chemistry

Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, USA                                     2007.9-2009.3

China University of Mining and Technology (Beijing), China.2005. 12-2007.9

Dissertation: Characteristics of Individual Aerosol Particles in Regional Haze Episodes Over Northern China Using Transmission Electron Microscopy

Advisors: Prof. Longyi Shao(China)

Prof. Peter R. Buseck (USA)

Master of Science in Atmospheric Environment

China University of Mining and Technology (Beijing), China.2003. 9-2005.12

Thesis: The Mineralogy of Inhalable Particulate in Beijing Air

Advisor: Prof. Longyi Shao

Bachelor of Geology

China University of Mining and Technology (Beijing), China.1999. 9-2003.7

Thesis: Characterizations of Inhalable Particles in Urban Beijing Air During Spring 2003

Advisor: Prof. Longyi Shao


Research interest

Aerosol Sources, Composition, and Chemistry
Climate and Health Effects of Atmospheric Aerosols
Ageing mechanism of Aerosol Particles (e.g., mineral dust) during Long-Range Transport

Characterization of Atmospheric Aerosols in Cloud/Fog



2010-present,Air and Waste Management Association (USA)

2015-2019,Chinese Chemical Society

2009-present,Atmospheric science and technology in China

2012-present, Chinese Meteorological Society


Awards and Honors

Shandong Provincial Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars, China, 2014

Chinese Young Scientist Award for Atmospheric Aerosol Study from Chinese Society of Particuology, 2013

Second Class of Natural Science Award from Ministry of Education of China, 2013 (Second author)

Nominated 100 excellent Ph.D. Dissertation award in China, 2011

Best 50 Ph.D. Dissertation Award in Beijing, 2010. (Only one in Environment Science and Technology)

Excellent Scientific Paper Award in academic conference ofChina University of Mining and Technology (Beijing), 2005