Cheng Shuiyuan

Personal profile

Name: Cheng Shuiyuan

Gender: Male

Degrees: Ph.D

Title: Professor

E-mail: chengsy@bjut.edu.cn

Current Professional Societies

(1)Member of the general expert group of clean air research plan of national environmental protection

(2)Member of the National General Expert Group on Causes and Treatment of Heavy Air Pollution

(3)Member of Academic Committee of Joint Center for Air Pollution Prevention and Control

(4)Member of the Expert Group on Heavy Pollution Weather Response of National Environmental Protection

Research Areas: Air pollution prevention and control, environmental planning and management

Honors:

(1)First prize of Beijing Science and Technology Award (ranking 1st place), 2019;

(2)Second prize of National Science and Technology Award (ranking 4th place), 2014.

Publications :

(1)Wang G, Cheng S Y*, Wei W, Yang X W, Wang X Q, Jia J, Lang J L, Lv Z. Characteristics and emission-reduction measures evaluation of PM2.5 during the two major events: APEC and Parade. Science of the Total Environment, 595, 81-92

(2)Lang J L, Cheng S Y*, Wen W, Liu C, Wang G. Development and application of a new PM2.5 source apportionment approach. Aerosol & Air Quality Research, 17(1), 340-350.

(3)Wang G, Cheng S Y*, Lang J L, Yang X W, Wang X Q, Chen G L, Liu X Y, Zhang H Y. Characteristics of PM2.5 and assessing effects of emission–reduction measures in the heavily polluted city of Shijiazhuang, before, during, and after the ceremonial parade 2015. Aerosol & Air Quality Research. 17(2), 499-512.

(4)Yang X W, Cheng S Y*, Li J B, Lang J L, Wang G. Characterization of Chemical Composition in PM2.5 in Beijing before, during, and after a Large-Scale International Event. Aerosol & Air Quality Research. 17(4). 896-907.

(5)Sun X W, Cheng S Y*, Li J B, Wen W. An Integrated Air Quality Model and Optimization Model for Regional Economic and Environmental Development: A Case Study of Tangshan, China. Aerosol & Air Quality Research. 17(6), 1592-1609.

(6)Cheng S Y*, Wang G, Lang J L, Wen W, Wang X Q, Yao S.Characterization of volatile organic compounds from different cooking emissions. Atmospheric Environment. 145, 299-307.

(7)Wang G, Cheng S Y*, Lang J L, Li S, Tian L. On-board measurements of gaseous pollutant emission characteristics under real driving conditions from light-duty diesel vehicles in Chinese cities. Journal of Environmental Sciences. 46, 28-37

(8)Wen W, Cheng S Y*, Liu L, Chen X F, Wang X Q, Wang G, Li S. PM2.5 Chemical Composition Analysis in Different Functional Subdivisions in Tangshan, China. Aerosol & Air Quality Research, 16(7), 1651-1664.

(9)Wang G, Cheng S Y*, Wei W, Zhou Y, Yao S, Zhang H Y. Characteristics and source apportionment of VOCs in the suburban area of Beijing, China. Atmospheric Pollution Research, 7(4), 711-724.

(10)Wen W, Cheng S Y*, Liu L, Wang G, Wang X Q. Source Apportionment of PM2.5 in Tangshan, China-Hybrid Approaches for Primary and Secondary Species Apportionment. Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering, 10(5), 1-14.

(11)Wen W, Cheng S Y*, Chen X F, Wang G, Li S, Wang X Q, Liu X Y. Impact of emission control on PM2.5 and the chemical composition change in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei during the APEC summit 2014. Environmental Science & Pollution Research, 23(5), 4509-4521.

(12)Yang X W, Cheng S Y*, Wang G, et al. Characterization of volatile organic compounds and the impacts on the regional ozone at an international airport, Environmental Pollution. 2018

(13)Jia J, Cheng S Y*, Yao S, et al. Emission characteristics and chemical components of size-segregated particulate matter in iron and steel industry. Atmospheric Environment. 2018.

(14)Sun X W, Cheng S Y*, Lang J L, et al. Development of emissions inventory and identification of sources for priority control in the middle reaches of Yangtze River Urban Agglomerations. Science of the Total Environment. 2018.

(15)Zhang Hanyu, Cheng Shuiyuan, Yao Sen, Wang Xiaoqi, Wang Chuanda. Insights into the temporal and spatial characteristics of PM2.5 transport flux across the district, city and region in the North China Plain. Atmospheric Environment. 2019

(16)Zhang Hanyu, Cheng Shuiyuan, Yao Sen, Wang Xiaoqi, Zhang Junfeng. Multiple perspectives for modeling regional PM2.5 transport across cities in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region during haze episodes. Atmospheric Environment. 2019

(17)Yao Sen, Cheng Shuiyuan, Li Jianbing, Zhang Hanyu, Jia Jia, Sun Xiaowei. Effect of wet flue gas desulfurization (WFGD) on fine particle (PM2.5) emission from coal-fired boilers. Journal of Environmental Sciences. 2019.

(18)Zhang Hanyu, Cheng Shuiyuan, Li Jianbing, Yao Sen, Wang Xiaoqi. Investigating the aerosol mass and chemical components characteristics and feedback effects on the meteorological factors in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region, China. Environmental Pollution. 2019.

Personal Statement

Cheng Shuiyuan, professor and doctoral supervisor, is the director of the Key Laboratory of Beijing on Regional Air Pollution Control, Beijing University of Technology. He is also the expert entitled to State Council Special Allowance and the leader of projects funded by the National Key R&D Program of China. He has presided over more than 20 major projects including the National Key R&D Program of China, the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the National Research Program for Key Issues in Air Pollution Control, Beijing Green Olympics Air Pollution Control and so on. He has published more than 200 SCI papers on international major journals, 5 academic books and 3 invention patents. He has won the second prize for the national science and technology award and 7 prizes for the provincial and ministerial science and technology award.