Lang Jianlei

Personal profile

Name:Lang Jianlei

Gender:male

Degrees:Ph.D.

Title: AssociateProfessor

E-mail:jllang@bjut.edu.cn

Current Professional Societies

1. Member of China Environmental Society;

2. Member of Ozone Control Committee of Chinese Environmental Society

Research Areas

1. Regional Transport of Air Pollutants;

2. Optimization Control of Air Pollution;

3. Emergency Control of Sudden Air Pollution Accidents

Honors

1. High-level Talents of Beijing University Of Technology

Publications (representative papers)

  1. Li, S.Y., Lang, J.L.*, Zhou, Y., Et Al. Trends In Ammonia Emissions From Light-duty Gasoline Vehicles In China, 1999-2017. Science Of The Total Environment, 2020, 700, 134359.

  2. Mao, S.S., Lang, J.L.*, Chen, T., Et Al. Comparison of The Impacts Of Empirical Power-law Dispersion Schemes On Simulations Of Pollutant Dispersion During Different Atmospheric Conditions. Atmospheric Environment, 2020, 224,117317.

  3. Cui, J.X., Lang, J.L.*, Chen, T., Et Al. Emergency Monitoring Layout Method for Sudden Air Pollution Accidents Based On A Dispersion Model, Fuzzy Evaluation, And Post-optimality Analysis. Atmospheric Environment, 2020, 222,117124.

  4. Cui, J.X., Lang, J.L.*, Chen, T., et al. Investigating The Impacts Of Atmospheric Diffusion Conditions On Source Parameter Identification Based On An Optimized Inverse Modelling Method. Atmospheric Environment, 2019, 205, 19-29.

  5. Cui, J.X., Lang, J.L.*, Chen, T., Et Al. A Framework For Investigating The Air Quality Variation Characteristics Based On The Monitoring Data: Case Study For Beijing During 2013-2016. Journal of Environmental Sciences-China, 2019, 81, 225-237.

  6. Zhou, Y., Jiao, Y.F., Lang, J.L.*, Et Al. Improved Estimation Of Air Pollutant Emissions From Landing And Takeoff Cycles Of Civil Aircraft In China. Environmental Pollution, 2019, 249, 463-471.

  7. Lang, J.L.*, Tian, J.J., Zhou, Y., Et Al. A High Temporal-spatial Resolution Air Pollutant Emission Inventory for Agricultural Machinery in China. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2018, 183: 1110-1121.

  8. Lang, J.L.*, Li, S.Y., Cheng, S.Y., Et Al. Chemical Characteristics and Sources of Submicron Particles In A City With Heavy Pollution in China. Atmosphere, 2018, 9.

  9. Zhang, Y.Y., Lang, J.L.*, Cheng, S.Y., Et Al. Chemical Composition And Sources Of PM1 And PM2.5In Beijing In Autumn. Science Of The Total Environment, 2018, 630: 77-82.

  10. Chen, D.S.*, Zhao, N., Lang, J.L.*, et al. Contribution Of Ship Emissions To The Concentration Of PM2.5: A Comprehensive Study Using AIS Data And WRF/Chem Model In Bohai Rim Region, China. Science Of The Total Environment, 2018, 610-611, 1476-1486.

  11. Lang, J.L.*, Zhou, Y., Chen, D.S.*, Et Al. Investigating The Contribution Of Shipping Emissions To Atmospheric PM2.5 Using A Combined Source Apportionment Approach. Environmental Pollution, 2017, 17: 340-350.

  12. Lang, J.L.*, Zhang, Y.Y., Zhou, Y., Et Al. Trends Of PM2.5 And Chemical Composition In Beijing, 2000–2015. Aerosol And Air Quality Research, 2017, 17: 412-425.

  13. Lang, J.L., Cheng, S.Y.*, Wen, W., et al. Development and Application Of A New PM2.5 Source Apportionment Approach. Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 2017, 17: 340-350.

  14. Zhou, Y.*, Xing, X.F., Lang, J.L.*, et al. A Comprehensive Biomass Burning Emission Inventory with High Spatial And Temporal Resolution In China. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2017, 17, 2839-2864.

  15. Chen, D.S.*, Liu, X.X., Lang, J.L.*, Et Al. Estimating The Contribution Of Regional Transport To PM2.5 Air Pollution In A Rural Area On The North China Plain. Science of The Total Environment, 2017, 583, 280-291.

  16. Wang G., Cheng S.Y.*, Lang J.L.*, Et Al. Characteristics Of PM2.5 And Assessing Effects Of Emission-Reduction Measures In The Heavy Polluted City Of Shijiazhuang, Before, During, And After The Ceremonial Parade 2015. Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 2017, 17: 499-512.

  17. Lang, J.L.*, Zhou, Y., Cheng, S.Y., Et Al. Unregulated Pollutant Emissions from On-road Vehicles in China, 1999–2014. Science Of The Total Environment, 2016, 573: 974-984.

  18. Cheng S.Y.*, Wang G., Lang J.L.*, et al. Characterization of Volatile Organic Compounds from Different Cooking Emissions. Atmospheric Environment, 2016, 145: 299-307.

  19. Lang, J.L., Cheng, S.Y.*, Zhou, Y., et al. Air Pollutant Emissions from On-road Vehicles In China, 1999–2011. Science of The Total Environment, 2014, 496: 1-10.

  20. Lang, J.L., Cheng, S.Y. *, Li, J.B., Et Al. A Monitoring and Modeling Study To Investigate Regional Transport And Characteristics Of PM2.5 Pollution, Aerosol And Air Quality Research, 2013, 13: 943-956.

  21. Lang, J.L., Cheng, S.Y.*, Zhou, Y., Rt Al. Energy And Environmental Implications Of Hybrid And Electric Vehicles In China, Energies, 2013, 6: 2663-2685.

  22. Cheng, S.Y.*, Lang, J.L., Zhou, Y., et al. A New Monitoring–simulation-source Apportionment Approach for Investigating The Vehicular Emission Contribution To The PM2.5 Pollution In Beijing, China, Atmospheric Environment, 2013, 79: 308-316.

  23. Lang, J.L., Cheng, S.Y.*, Wei, W., Et Al. A Study On The Trends Of Vehicular Emissions In The Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei (BTH) Region, China, Atmospheric Environment, 2012, 62: 605-614.

Personal Statement

Jianlei Lang received the B.S and Ph.D. degrees from the Department of Environment Science and Technology, College of Environmental and Energy Engineering, Beijing University of Technology in 2008 and 2013, respectively. He has worked in Beijing University of Technology as a lecturer during 2013-2017 and became Associate Professor since 2017. His current research interests include environmental science, and interdisciplinary research of environmental science and mathematics, data mining, chemistry, etc. He has presided two National Natural Science Foundation of China projects, one Beijing Science and Technology Project and three enterprise entrusted subjects. He has published or authored more than 80 articles, academic books and patents.