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王笑非
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王笑非  博士/青年研究员/博士生导师

 

课题组主页:http://homepage.fudan.edu.cn/xiaofeiwang/

 

联系方式:

复旦大学环境科学与工程系

上海市杨浦区淞沪路2205号

邮政编码: 200438

Email: xiaofeiwang@fudan.edu.cn

 

教育简历:

2014年5月 圣路易斯华盛顿大学能源环境化学工程专业 获博士学位 (导师:Pratim Biswas院士)

2009年7月 复旦大学环境科学专业 获硕士学位 (导师:杨新教授)

2007年7月 复旦大学环境科学专业 获学士学位

 

工作简历:

2018年9月 -至今  复旦大学环境科学与工程系  青年研究员

2014年6月-2018年8月  加州大学圣地亚哥分校  博士后/助理项目研究科学家 (合作导师:Kimberly Prather院士)

 

研究方向:

     大气气溶胶对于全球气候以及人类健康有着极其重要的影响。本人通过实验室模拟和外场观测,开发新型仪器,对海盐气溶胶,燃煤气溶胶以及城市二次气溶胶的形成机理进行了深入研究。已经取得的主要创新成果有:(一)揭示海洋气溶胶颗粒的形成机理和其对气候的影响;(二)提出了燃煤气溶胶中有机质的形成机理和可以用于大气气溶胶源解析的气溶胶质谱特征;(三)利用外场观测发现了大气硝酸盐和含氮有机气溶胶的产生途径。本人已经在本领域的主流杂志发表第一作者文章11篇,通讯作者文章3篇。其中包括了发表于美国科学院院刊(PNAS)、ACS Cent. Sci. (IF=13)、Proc. Comb. Inst.、Energy & Fuels、Fuel、Environ. Sci. Technol.和Atmos. Chem. Phys.等国际期刊的多篇文章。

     课题组现在的主要研究方向为飞沫和沙尘气溶胶的形成过程和其在水-大气/土壤-大气污染物迁移途径中的作用。水或土壤中的污染物可以通过飞沫或沙尘气溶胶的形成而迁移到大气,影响人体健康。但这个过程还很不清楚,国内国际的研究很少。本课题组将致力于填补这一空白。另外,本课题组也从事开发气溶胶测量仪器的工作,研制新型全自动气溶胶/VOCs有机组分分析仪,以及生物气溶胶采样器。

 

科研项目:

        2019-2022:复旦大学引进人才启动经费 300万元

        2019-2022:上海市面上项目-有机污染物在海盐气溶胶中的富集及在水-气界面的传输 20万元

        2020-2023:国家自然基金委青年基金-单颗粒气溶胶真实密度和形状系数的在线检测 23万元

        2021-2023:上海市公卫体系建设三年行动计划子课题 50万元

 

教学工作:

   《大气化学》《MATLAB在环境模拟中的应用》等研究生本科生课程。

 

论文(*为通讯作者):

26.  Zhu, S.; Li, L.; Wang, S.; Li, M.; Liu, Y.; Chen, H.; Wang, L.; Chen, J.; Zhou, Z.; Yang, X.*; Wang, X.*, Development of an Automatic Linear Calibration Method for High Resolution Single Particle Mass Spectrometry: Improved Chemical Species Identification for Atmospheric Aerosols. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 2020 In press.

25.  Zhou, K.; Wang, S.; Lu, X.; Chen, H.; Chen, J.; Wang, L.; Yang, X.*; Wang, X.*, Production flux and chemical characteristics of spray aerosol generated from raindrop impact on seawater and soil. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 2020 In press.

24. Wang, X.; Ye, X.; Chen, J.; Wang, X.*; Yang, X.*; Fu, T.-M.; Zhu, L.; Liu, C, Direct links between hygroscopicity and mixing state of ambient aerosols: Estimating particle hygroscopicity from their single particle mass spectra. Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics 2020 In press.

 

23. Lee, H. D.; Morris, H. S.; Laskina, O.; Sultana, C. M.; Lee, C.; Jayarathne, T.; Cox, J. L.; Wang, X.; Hasenecz, E. S.; DeMott, P. J.; Bertram, T. H.; Cappa, C. D.; Stone, E. A.; Prather, K. A.; Grassian, V. H.; Tivanski, A. V., Organic Enrichment, Physical Phase State, and Surface Tension Depression of Nascent Core–Shell Sea Spray Aerosols during Two Phytoplankton Blooms. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry 2020 In press.

 

22. Zhang, C.; Zou, X.; Chang, Y.; Zhang, Y.; Wang, X.*; Yang, X.*, Source assessment of atmospheric fine particulate matter in a Chinese megacity: Insights from long-term, high-time resolution chemical composition measurements from Shanghai flagship monitoring supersite. Chemosphere 2020 251 126598

 

21. Zhang, X.; Zhang, Y.; Liu, Y.; Zhao, J.; Zhou, Y.; Wang, X.; Yang, X.; Zou, Z.; Zhang, C.; Fu, Q.; Xu, J., Gao, W.; Li, N.; Chen, J.; Changes in the SO2 Level and PM2.5 Components in Shanghai Driven by Implementing the Ship Emission Control Policy. Environmental Science & Technology 2019 53(19) 11580-11587.

 

20. Trueblood, J. V.; Wang, X.; Or, V. W.; Alves, M. R.; Santander, M. V.; Prather, K. A.; Grassian, V. H., The Old and the New: Aging of Sea Spray Aerosol and Formation of Secondary Marine Aerosol through OH Oxidation Reactions. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry 2019 3(10) 2307-2314.

 

19. Nandy, L.; Liu, S.; Gunsbury, C.; Wang, X.; Pendergraft, M. A.; Prather, K. A.; Dutcher, C. S., Multistep Phase Transitions in Sea Surface Microlayer Droplets and Aerosol Mimics using Microfluidic Wells. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry 2019 3, 1260–1267.

 

18. Li, K.; Ye, X.; Pang, H.; Lu, X.; Chen, H.; Wang, X.*; Yang, X.*; Chen, J.; Chen, Y., Temporal variations in the hygroscopicity and mixing state of black carbon aerosols in a polluted megacity area. Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics 2018 18 (20) 15201-15218

 

17. Wang, X.; Wang, H.; Jing, H.; Wang, W. N; Cui, W.; Williams, B. J.; Biswas, P., Formation of Nitrogen-Containing Organic Aerosol during Combustion of High Sulfur Content Coal. Energy & Fuels. 2017 31, 14161–14168.

 

16. Pham, D. Q.; O'Brien, R. E.; Fraund, M.; Bonanno, D.; Laskina, O.; Beall, C.; Moore, K. A.; Forestieri, S.; Wang, X.; Lee, C.; Sultana, C. M.; Grassian, V. H.; Cappa, C. D.; Prather, K. A.; Moffet, R. C., Biological Impacts on Carbon Speciation and Morphology of Sea Spray Aerosol. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry 2017 1, 551–561.

 

15.     Wang, X.#; Grant, D. B.#; Moore, K. A.; Ryder, O. S.; Stokes, M. D.; Beall, C. M.; Collins, D. B.; Santander, M. V.; Burrows, S. M.; Sultana, C. M.; Prather, K. A., The role of jet and film drops in controlling the mixing state of submicron sea spray aerosol particles. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2017 114, 6978–6983. (#: these authors controbute equally to this paper) This paper has been highlighted by Sciencedaily.com and Phys.org.

 

14. Wang, X.; Li, S.; Wang, W. N.; Biswas, P., Mercury oxidation during coal combustion by injection of vanadium pentoxide (V2O5), International Journal of Coal Geology 2017 170, 54-59.

 

13.     Wang, X.; He, J.; Dhungel, B.; Wang, W. N.; Kumfer, B. M.; Axelbaum, R. L.; Biswas, P., Characterization of Organic and Black Carbon Aerosol Formation during Coal Combustion: An Experimental Study in a 1MW Pilot Scale Coal Combustor. Fuel 2016 180, 653-658.

 

12. Forestieri, S. D.; Cornwell, G. C.; Helgestad, T. M.; Moore, K. A.; Lee, C.; Novak, G. A.; Sultana, C. M.; Wang, X.; Bertram T. H.; Prather, K. A.; Cappa C. D.; Linking variations in sea spray aerosol particle hygroscopicity to composition during two microcosm experiments. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 2016 16, 9003-9018.

 

11.     Wang, X. #; Sultana, C. M. #; Trueblood, J.; Hill, T. C. J.; Malfatti, F.; Lee, C.; Laskina, O.; Moore, K. A.; Beall, C. M.; McCluskey, C. S.; Cornwell, G. C.; Zhou, Y.; Cox, J. L.; Pendergraft, M. A.; Santander, M. V.; Bertram, T. H.; Cappa, C. D.; Azam, F.; DeMott, P. J.; Grassian, V. H.; Prather, K. A., Microbial Control of Sea Spray Aerosol Composition: A Tale of Two Blooms. ACS Central Science 2015 1, 124–131. (#: these authors controbute equally to this paper)  This paper has been featured on the front cover of ACS Central Science and highligted by Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN).

 

10.     Wang, X.; Williams, B. J.; Biswas, P., Characteristics of Particulate Matter Emissions from Toy Cars with Electric Motors Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 2015 65, 492-499.

 

9.  Wang, X.; Cotter, E.; Iyer, K. N.; Fang, J.; Williams, B. J.; Biswas, P., Relationship between Pyrolysis Products and Organic Aerosols Formed during Coal Combustion. Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 2015 35, 2347-2354.

 

8. Jing, H.; Wang, X.; Wang, W. N.; Biswas, P., Elemental mercury oxidation in an electrostatic precipitator enhanced with in situ soft X-ray irradiation. Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 2015 65, 455-465.

 

7.  Wang, X.; Daukoru, S. M.; Torkamani, S.; Wang, W. N.; Biswas, P., Role of Exhaust Gas Recycle on Submicrometer Particle Formation during Oxy-coal Combustion. Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 2013, 34, 3479-3487.

 

6.  Wang, X.; Williams, B. J.; Wang, X.; Tang, Y.; Huang, Y.; Kong, L.; Yang, X.; Biswas, P., Characterization of Organic Aerosol Produced during Pulverized Coal Combustion in a Drop Tube Furnace.  Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 2013, 13, 10919-10932.

 

5.  Yang, F.; Wang, X.; Zhang, Y.; Wang, X.; Chen, H.; Yang, X.; Chen, J., Real-time, single-particle measurements of ambient aerosols in Shanghai. Frontiers of Chemistry in China 2010, 5, 331-341.

4.  Wang, X.; Gao, S.; Yang, X.; Chen, H.; Chen, J.; Zhuang, G.; Surratt, J. D.; Chan, M. N.; Seinfeld, J. H., Evidence for High Molecular Weight Nitrogen-Containing Organic Salts in Urban Aerosols. Environmental Science & Technology 2010, 44, 4441-4446.

 

3.  Zhang, Y.; Yang, F.; Wang, M.; Wang, X.; Chen, H.; Yang, X., Single particle mass spectrometry of zinc and copper-containing aerosols in Shanghai. Journal of Fudan University (Natural Science) 2010, 51-59.

2.  Wang, X.; Zhang, Y.; Chen, H.; Yang, X.; Chen, J.; Geng, F., Particulate Nitrate Formation in a Highly Polluted Urban Area: A Case Study by Single-Particle Mass Spectrometry in Shanghai. Environmental Science & Technology 2009, 43, 3061-3066.

 

1.  Zhang, Y.; Wang, X.; Chen, H.; Yang, X.; Chen, J.; Allen, J. O., Source apportionment of lead-containing aerosol particles in Shanghai using single particle mass spectrometry. Chemosphere 2009, 74, 501-507. 

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