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Dr. CHAK K. CHAN 2012.5.30学术报告
时间:2012-05-25 来源: 作者: 点击:

报告题目:Air Pollution in Hong Kong and the HKUST Air Quality Research Supersite

报告人:  Dr. CHAK K. CHAN

报告时间:2012年5月30日上午10:00~11:00

报告地点:研究所二楼报告厅

欢迎各位老师和同学参加!

Dr. CHAK K. CHAN简介:

Head and Professor, Division of Environment

Professor, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Director, Institute for the Environment,Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Editor in Chief, Atmospheric Environment(Oct 2008 to present)

EDUCATION:

1992  Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, USA
1986 B.S., Chemical Engineering, University of Texas, Austin, TX, USA

WORKING EXPERIENCE:

2010.12- Present     Head and Professor, Division of Environment, HKUST

2009.9 - 2010.11    Acting Head and Professor, Division of Environment, HKUST

2009.9 - Present        Director, Institute of Environment, HKUST

2006 - Present           Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, HKUST
1999 - 2006               Associate Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, HKUST
1992 - 1999           Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, HKUST
1991 - 1992               Process Engineer, Ralph M. Parsons Company, Pasadena, USA

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

His major research interests include aerosol chemistry and air pollution. His current research interest focuses on gas – particle interactions, in particular, the thermodynamics and hygroscopic properties of atmospheric aerosols, as well as heterogeneous reactions related to the formation of secondary air pollutants. His research involves both field studies (e.g. mechanisms of sampling artifacts of semi-volatile species in aerosols, size distributions of ionic (inorganic and organic) species, aerosol acidity) and laboratory experiments using single particle levitation technique. His group is one of the first groups to systematically study the hygroscopic properties of atmospheric water-soluble organic compounds (WSOC) and their effects in affecting the growth of inorganic aerosols. He has also pioneered the use of Raman and fluorescence spectroscopy to relate the hygroscopic properties of supersaturated droplets of electrolytes to their structural properties. Together with Dr. Ming Fang (Institute for Environment and Sustainable Development, HKUST), he co-developed the Mobile Air monitoring Platform (MAP), a vehicle equipped with the state-of-the-art equipment and instruments to monitor air pollution on the road in a real-time, in situ mode, in contrast to the conventional stationary techniques. Most recently, he is a PI of the HKUST Air Quality Research Supersite for real time characterization of ambient aerosols.

 
 
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