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University of Alberta, Canada

Title (Tentative): Biochar as a Replacement Material in Advanced Separation

Daniel S. Alessi is an Associate Professor in the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Alberta, who specializes in environmental geochemistry and geomicrobiology. Since 2013, his research group has focused on understanding the surface chemistry and reactivity of environmental materials such as iron oxides, bacteria, and biochar, on lithium extraction from oilfield brines, and on improving our knowledge of the water cycle in unconventional oil and gas operations. Dr. Alessi holds the Encana Chair in Water Resources at the University of Alberta, and was named a 2017-2018 Petro-Canada Young Innovator. He sits on the editorial boards of peer-reviewed journals including Marine and Petroleum Geology, Geobiology, Environmental Geochemistry and Health, Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology and Chemical Geology.

Xiaomin DOU Xiaomin DOU
Beijing Forestry University, China

Title (Tentative): Converting Biochar to Sulfonated Solid Acid Catalysts for
Spiramycin Hydrolyses: Insights on the Sulfonation Processes

Dr. Xiaomin Dou received his Ph.D. degree from the Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China in 2006. He is presently an associate professor at the College of Environmental Science and Engineering, Beijing Forestry University, China. His recent research interests include pretreating pharmaceutical wastewater through physical-chemical methods, converting biomass to value-added functional materials, and mitigating hazardous ions (As, F and Sb, etc.) from water. He has published 47 scientific papers on the above-mentioned fields with more than 1900 citations.

Kochi University, Japan

Title (Tentative): Development of A Rotating Advanced Oxidation Contactor for
Removing Micro-Contaminants from Real Wastewaters

Dr. Fujiwara is currently a Professor at Kochi University, Japan. He received his Ph.D. degree in Environmental Engineering from Kyoto University in 1999. He is the author or co-author of 85 refereed journal publications including 36 Japanese publications. He has been a member of the board of directors of Japan Society on Water Environment (JSWE) since 2013, and he is also a chair of research committee for water reclamation and material-cycle in agro-industries, JSWE. He was a chair of 9th IWA International Symposium on Waste Management Problems in Agro-Industries (AGRO’2014). He received several awards including Distinguished Researcher Award by Kochi University (2015), JSWE Technology Award by JSWE (2016), and Reviewers Award for Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research by Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (2014, 2017). He is an editorial board member of Journal of Material Cycles and Waste Management.

Jianzhong HE Jianzhong HE
National University of Singapore, Singapore

Title (Tentative): To be announced

To be announced

Zeng-Yei HSEU Zeng-Yei HSEU
Nation Taiwan University, Taiwan

Title (Tentative): Extractability, Speciation, and Bioavailability in Soils

Professor Hseu is a professor of soil quality and environmental sciences in the Department of Agricultural Chemistry, National Taiwan University (NTU), Taipei, Taiwan. He had been employed as a guest professor at Kyoto University in 2010 and at Meiji University in 2011, Japan. He had also been a visiting scholar at Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2018. Professor Hseu has been the president of the Chinese Society of Soil and Fertilizer Sciences (Taiwan) since 2016 for two terms and the president of East and Southeast Asian Federation of Soil Science Societies (ESAFS) in 2018 and 2019. His major topics of interest are heavy metal dynamics and mineralogy of serpentine soil, morphology and genesis of wetland soil, soil chronosequences on river and marine terraces, and soil heavy metal contamination and remediation. Professor Hseu is the author or coauthor of approximate 100 scientific papers and book chapters.

Michihiko IKE Michihiko IKE
Osaka University, Japan

Title (Tentative): Accumulation of Intracellular Storage Compounds by Waste
Activated Sludge as Value-added Products: for Turning Wastewater
Treatment Plants to Biorefinery Plants

Dr. Michihiko Ike is a Professor at Osaka University (OU; Division of Sustainable Energy and Environmental Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering), Japan from 2006. After working for Kubota Co. in the section of wastewater treatment plant/facilities, he joined OU as an academic member from 1990. He has stayed at Technical University Hamburg-Harburg, Germany as a guest researcher from 1998 to 1999. The research focuses on the technologies concerning conservation of environment and resources using biological/ecological means. Recently, the hot topics are the bio-recovery and -production of valued products from waste streams, and the uses of symbiotic relationship between aquatic plants (duckweed) and bacteria for application in eco-friendly bioremediation coupled with biomass production. More than 200 refereed journal papers in English have been published related to his research. He is a vice-president director of Japan Society on Water Environment and Japan Society of Water Treatment Biology, and a director of Japan Society for Environmental Biotechnology, and Society of Environmental Conservation Engineering.

Young-Shin JUN Young-Shin JUN
Washington University in St. Louis, USA

Title (Tentative): Photothermal Membranes for Energy-Efficient Water Purification

Young-Shin Jun is a Professor of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis (Missouri, USA), where she leads the Environmental NanoChemistry Laboratory (http://encl.engineering.wustl.edu/). She received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Ewha Womans University (Seoul, South Korea), holds Master’s and PhD degrees in Environmental Chemistry from Harvard University (Massachusetts, USA), and conducted postdoctoral research at the University of California-Berkeley/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (California, USA). Professor Jun received a 2011 U.S. National Science Foundation CAREER award, and was named a 2015 Kavli Fellow by the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, a 2016 Frontier of Engineering Fellow by the U.S. National Academy of Engineering, and a 2018 Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry. She now serves on the American Chemical Society’s Committee on Science; an Editorial Board Member of RSC Advances (The Royal Society of Chemistry, RSC), the Journal of Hazardous Materials (Elsevier), and Geochemical Transactions (Springer Nature); and an Advisory Board Member of Environmental Science: Processes and Impacts (RSC).

Her research is highly interdisciplinary: She investigates energy-related subsurface engineering systems, including geologic CO2 sequestration, conventional and unconventional oil and gas recovery, and hydrothermal energy. Based on a scientific understanding of nanoscale interfacial chemistry and solid nucleation, she also seeks new treatment techniques and new catalysts for purifying drinking water and remediating contaminated water and soil, benefiting water reuse, managed aquifer recharge, and membrane processes. In addition, she studies biomineralization and bio-inspired chemistry to develop novel materials for a more sustainable environment.

Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Title (Tentative): Material Flow Analysis of WEEE in Thailand

Prof. Sutha Khaodhiar received his B.Eng. in environmental engineering from Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, and his M.S. and Ph.D. in environmental engineering from Oregon State University. He is currently an associate professor at the Department of Environmental Engineering of Chulalongkorn University, the director of the Center of Excellence on Hazardous Substance Management, and a board member of the Council of Engineers Thailand. His research interest focuses on industrial waste management.

Junbeum KIM Junbeum KIM
University of Technology of Troyes (UTT), France

Title (Tentative): Particulate Matter Footprint and Its Relationship between Carbon
Footprint in Transportation Mode

PDr. Junbeum KIM is an associate professor in CREIDD Research Centre on Environmental Studies & Sustainability, Department of Humanities, Environment & Information Technology (HETIC) at University of Technology of Troyes (UTT), France. He is conducting studies on environmental science and sustainable engineering and industrial ecology areas (sustainable resource management, material flow analysis, life cycle assessment, waste system etc.) He holds a Ph.D. from Civil, Environmental and Sustainable Engineering at Arizona State University (U.S.) on December in 2008, a Master’s degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University (U.S.) and Environmental Engineering from Inha University in South Korea. After 2 years Post-Doc. experiences in University of California, Santa Barbara and University of Minnesota, he joined to University of Technology of Troyes in 2012.

Sandeep KUMAR Sandeep KUMAR
Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology, India

Title (Tentative): To be announced

To be announced

Su Shiung LAM Su Shiung LAM
Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, Malaysia

Title (Tentative): Microwave Pyrolysis Conversion of Biomass Waste into
Value-Added Biofuels and Carbon Products for Environmental

Dr. Su Shiung Lam holds a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Cambridge University, and is currently a tenured Associate Professor at Universiti Malaysia Terengganu. He leads a 12-member research group working mainly on Chemical & Environmental Engineering, focusing on Waste Management, Thermal Process (Pyrolysis, Gasification, Microwave Heating), Waste & Biomass Utilization, and Clean Technology. He has collaborations and is active on the research, development, optimization, and application of thermal technology (especially pyrolysis) in many aspects, currently ranked No. 4 in the world in microwave pyrolysis and No. 1 in Malaysia for pyrolysis with respect to the number of SCI-indexed publication. He is also active in servicing as Associate Editor for Energy & Environment and Frontiers in Energy Research, and Guest Editor for Journal of Hazardous Materials, Bioresource Technology, Environmental Research, Environmental Pollution. He has secured 20 research grants, both international and in Malaysia, worth nearly RM 2.5 million (~USD 600,000), publishing about 87 articles in journals, file patent and commercialize inventions from his research team.

Patrick K. H. LEE Patrick K. H. LEE
City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

Title (Tentative): Understanding the Composition and Transport of Bioaerosols
in Indoor and Outdoor Environments

Dr. Patrick Lee is an Associate Professor and the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies in the School of Energy and Environment at City University of Hong Kong. He received his BS degree in chemical engineering from Queen’s University in Canada in 2001, and his MS and PhD degrees in environmental engineering from University of California, Berkeley in 2002 and 2007, respectively. From 2008 to 2010, he carried out post-doctoral research, also at University of California, Berkeley. He started his independent career in 2011. Dr. Lee is the recipient of awards such as the Canadian Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) Post-doctoral Fellowship, World Cultural Council Special Recognition Award and Bioenergy Society of Singapore Achievement Award. His research group applies multi-omics tools in a systems biology framework to study topics in microbiology and microbiome for applications in the energy and environmental areas.

Carol S.K. LIN Carol S.K. LIN
City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

Title (Tentative): Enhancing Succinic Acid Productivity in the Yeast Yarrowia
Lipolytica with Improved Glycerol Uptake Rate

To be announced

Kun-Yi (Andrew) LIN Kun-Yi (Andrew) LIN
National Chung-Hsing University, Taiwan

Title (Tentative): Liquid-phase Environmental Catalytic Applications using
MOFs and their Derivatives

Dr. Lin received his Ph.D. from the Department of Earth and Environmental Engineering at Columbia University (USA). He is currently working as a Full Professor at the Department of Environmental Engineering, and section chief at the Research Center of Sustainable Energy and Nanotechnology in National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan. His research focuses on development of advanced materials and catalysts for energy and environmental applications. In the past few years, he has been becoming one of leading experts for environmental applications of metal organic frameworks (MOFs) and their derivatives. He has also served as editors and editorial members for several open-access journals and reviewers for more than 100 high-impact journals. Dr. Lin has co-authored more than 130 SCI journal papers.

Vivek Kumar MORYA Vivek Kumar MORYA
Centre for Energy and Environmental Sustainability, India

Title (Tentative): An Inclusive Management of Sugarcane-Top and Banana Agro Waste
for Fodder and Energy Production

Dr. Vivek is currently a Chief Scientist at entre for Energy and Environmental sustainability (CEES) and also working in association with CSIR-NEERI, Lucknow. He is also founding director of three bio-based startups namely Adhita Biosciences Pvt Ltd, Adhita Foods and Beverages Pvt Ltd., and Adhita Herbals. Earlier He was scientist as DST-Centre for Policy Research during 2017-2018. Dr. Vivek Served as Assistant professor in the Department of Biological Engineering, Inha University, (2010-2017). He is pioneer for development of the courses on ‘Biosimilar’; ‘Bionanotechnology’; ‘Applied statistics’. Dr. Vivek has organized three days workshop for future farmers, supported by Biotech research society of India. Dr. Vivek has delivers several invited-talk in India and overseas. Dr. Vivek was awarded Gold medal and young scientist award for his PhD work. He also recipient of Best poster award in AFOB conference Manila, Philippine. Dr. Vivek has 12 Patents (05 Granted 07 Under process), Deposited 28 industrially Important Aspergillus at MTCC (07) and NIICC (21), and 06 Book chapters, and 01 book. He published 45 research/review papers in the Journals of international repute. He is editorial board member in 17 journals, serving as consultant to sevral companies, founding member for three successful startups.

Sea Level Solutions Center (SLSC), Florida International University, USA

Title (Tentative): Climate Change, Sea Level Rise, and Water Resources
in the United States:Challenges in Resiliency Planning

Dr. Obeysekera served as a member of the federal advisory committee which directed the development of the National Climate Assessment in 2014. He was also a co-author of the sea level rise projections report published by NOAA for the National Climate Assessment and a lead author for the Southeast Chapter of the National Climate Assessment. Dr. Obeysekera also served as a member of the Coastal Assessment Regional Scenario Working Group associated with the Department of Defense in the United States.

Dr. Obeysekera holds a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from University of Sri Lanka, M. Eng. from University of Roorkee, India, and a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from Colorado State University with specialization in water resources.

Dr. Obeysekera has published over 55 research articles in numerous peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Obeysekera is a recipient of the 2015 Norman Medal of the American Society of Civil Engineers for a technical paper that makes a definitive contribution in engineering.

University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA

Title (Tentative): Photogranulation in Wastewater Treatment and Elsewhere

Dr. Chul Park is a Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He received BS in Environmental Engineering at Yeungnam University in South Korea. He obtained MS and PhD in Civil Engineering at Virginia Tech in the USA. His research areas reside in environmental bioprocesses for both built and natural systems. He is particularly interested in bioaggregation, especially from the aspect of microbial physiology, and its application for engineering systems as well as its phenomenal occurrences in natural environments. Dr. Park is the recipient of 2013 Paul Busch Award presented from Water Environment Research Foundation. He has also carried out several NSF research projects, including recent grants on photogranules for aeration-free wastewater treatment and the impact of upgrading wastewater treatment systems (for biological nutrient removal) on persistent algal blooms in coastal waters

Ameet J. PINTO Ameet J. PINTO
Northeastern University, USA

Title (Tentative): To be announced

Dr Ameet Pinto is an Environmental Engineer and Assistant Professor in Civil and Environmental Engineering at Northeastern University in Boston, USA. Ameet is a Chemical Engineer with post-graduate degrees in Environmental Engineering from the University of Alaska (2005) and Virginia Tech, USA (2009). Prior to joining Northeastern University in 2016, he was a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer at the University of Glasgow. His research has received support through prestigious grants like EPSRC’s Bright IDEAS Award in 2015 and the NSF CAREER Award in 2018. Ameet was the recipient of the prestigious International Water Association/International Society of Microbial Ecology's BioCluster Award (Rising Star) in 2018. Ameet’s research focuses on the development and application of state-of-the-art molecular and modelling tools to monitor and manage the microbiology of drinking water systems to improve the sustainability of treatment processes and enhance the safety and security of drinking water.

City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

Title (Tentative): Adsorption Technology for Gas Separation

Dr. Jin Shang is an assistant professor in the School of Energy and Environment at City University of Hong Kong. He did his PhD in Chemical Engineering at the University of Melbourne and postdoc work at the University of Melbourne and Georgia Institute of Technology. Dr. Shang specializes in molecular adsorption, separation, and storage using porous materials such as zeolites and metal-organic frameworks. His research is focused on understanding the fundamental physical chemistry of molecular adsorption process via combined experimental and computational methods, in order to rationally develop high-performance adsorbents. The target applications include carbon capture and utilization, methane purification from nature gas/biogas/landfill gas, nitrogen oxides removal and abatement, volatile organic compounds removal, energy gas storage, etc. Dr. Shang has published over 50 papers (h-index 15, citations 690) in journals such as Nature Communications, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Advanced Science, Advanced Materials, Advanced Functional Materials, Nano Letters, Chemical Communications, Green Chemistry, Chemical Engineering Journal, etc.

Kagoshima University, Japan

Title (Tentative): Mass Spectrometric Exploration of a Mutagenic Chlorination
By-product Produced from (E)-1, 3-Dichloropropene
(a Component of Nematocide DD) with High-resolution LC/MS
and Multivariate Analysis

Dr. Takanashi is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biotechnology at Kagoshima University, Japan. He went to Yokohama National University and received his Ph.D. at the University of Tokyo in 2000. His research interest is environmental mass spectrometry for exploring emerging toxicants in water environments. Throughout his research activities, he has published more than 100 peer-reviewed scientific papers and received the JSWE paper award for young researchers (2001), WET excellent presentation award (2012), WET excellent research award (2013), the JSWE paper award (2014) from Japan Society on Water Environment, the SES paper award (2017) and the SES research award (2019) from Society of Environmental Sciences, Japan. He is currently serving as the editor-in-chief for Environmental Science and the executive director for general affairs of JSWE.

Akihiko TERADA Akihiko TERADA
Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan

Title (Tentative): A Membrane-aerated Biofilm Reactor for Effective Nitrogen Removal
from Wastewaters: Opportunities and Challenges

Dr. Akihiko Terada is a professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology. He earned Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering at Waseda University in Japan in 2006. Before joining Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Terada has been a postdoctoral associate in the Department of Environmental Engineering at Technical University of Denmark from 2006 to 2009. His expertise lies in environmental biotechnology and microbiology for wastewater treatment, mitigation of greenhouse gas emission from engineered systems, and resource recovery from wastewater streams. Throughout his research activities, he has published > 100 scientific papers in ISI journals. He is a management committee member of Microbial Ecology and Water Engineering, and Biofilms in IWA, and also serves an editorial member of Frontiers in Microbiology, Biochemical Engineering Journal, Journal of Water and Environment Technology (Co-Editors-in-Chief), Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy (Asian Editor) and others.

University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka

Title (Tentative): Future of Biochar as a Nanomaterial for Environmental
Engineering Applications: Potential and Toxicity

Dr. Meththika Vithanage is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Sri Jayewardenepura (USJP), Sri Lanka, an Adjunct Associate Research Professor at the University of Southern Queensland, Australia and Visiting Associate Research Professor of the National Institute of Fundamental Studies, Kandy, Sri Lanka. She serves as the Head of the Ecosphere Resilience Research Center of the USJP. Dr. Vithanage’s research approach builds on environmental science; key/emerging pollutants in the environment, assess their fate and transport and remediate those using geo/bio/nano materials. She is a Young Affiliate of the Third World Academy of Sciences and she became the Chairperson of the Young Scientists Forum in 2017. She was awarded as the Best Young Scientist, 2018 and 2016 by the Young Scientist Forum of the National Science and Technology Commission and National Science Foundation of Sri Lanka. Recently she was selected as one of the Early Career Women Scientists by the Organization for Women Scientists in the Developing Countries, Italy. She has contributed over 130 Science Citation Indexed journal articles, over 30 book chapters and three co-edited books published by Elsevier Inc. Her citation record is close to 3500 with an H index of 28.

Chi-Hwa WANG Chi-Hwa WANG
National University of Singapore, Singapore

Title (Tentative): A Circular Economy Approach by Co-Gasification of Algal Bloom
and Chicken Manure

Dr. Chi-Hwa Wang is currently a Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the National University of Singapore (NUS). He had the following joint appointments in his service to the same university (i) Assistant Dean for Research at the Faculty of Engineering, NUS (2006-2008), and (ii) Faculty Fellow, Singapore-MIT Alliance (2001-2006). He received his M.S. degree (Biomedical Engineering) from Johns Hopkins University, M.A. and PhD degrees (both in Chemical Engineering) from Princeton University, respectively. He was holding several visiting appointments throughout different stages of his career: Kyoto University (2003, JSPS Visiting Fellow), Cambridge University (2004, Sabbatical Academic Visitor), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2004, Visiting Associate Professor). His current research interests include particle technology, biomass gasification, and waste to energy and resource. He is on the editorial boards of Journal of Controlled Release (2009 - present), Powder Technology (2008 - present), Advanced Powder Technology (2009 – present, also Executive Editor, 2009-2012), and Applied Energy (2017- present). He is currently an Executive Editor for Chemical Engineering Science (Elsevier, 2013 - present). Chi-Hwa is the recipient of a few recent awards such as AIChE Shining Star Award 2016, Teaching Commendation List, Faculty of Engineering, National University of Singapore, 2017. WSSET (World Society of Sustainable Energy Technologies) Award 2017, Bologna, Italy, 2017, and AIChE Shell Thomas Baron Award, Pittsburgh, USA, 2018.

Hailong WANG Hailong WANG
Foshan University, China

Title (Tentative): Contaminant Immobilization by Applying Biochars to Soils
Contaminated with Heavy Metals and Phthalates

Hailong Wang is a professor in environmental soil science at School of Environmental and Chemical Engineering, Foshan University, China. He is also an adjunct professor at Zhejiang University and Zhejiang A&F University. His research program focuses mainly on environmental functions of biochar and environmental remediation. He has published >180 papers in SCI journals, including 14 ESI highly cited papers, with total citations > 4000 times. Prof. Wang is the Director of Biochar Engineering Technology Research Center of Guangdong Province, China, a director of the Biochar Industry Technology Innovation Strategic Alliance of China, a member of the International Biochar Initiative (IBI) Advisory Committee, and an editor of "Environmental Science and Pollution Research", "Journal of Soils and Sediments" and "Biochar".

Siming YOU Siming YOU
University of Glasgow, UK

Title (Tentative): Economic Feasibility and Environmental Impacts of Distributed
Waste-To-Energy Network in Glasgow, UK

Dr. Siming You is a lecturer in the James Watt School of Engineering of Glasgow University. Before joining the School, he worked as a Research Fellow at NUS (National University of Singapore) Environmental Research Institute. He also served as a Postdoctoral Fellow at Nanyang Technological University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2014 and 2015, respectively. Dr. You received his Ph.D. in Thermo-fluids from Nanyang Technological University in 2014. He has an area of expertise in the design and analysis of waste management and waste-to-resource generation, and the valorization of waste-derived products like biochar and hydrogen. He has served as a guest editor for various Special Issues in journals like Applied Energy, Bioresource Technology and Journal of CO2 Utilisation on topics related to environmentally friendly waste-to-resource development. He has been an Invited Speaker and a member of the International Scientific Committee for various International Conferences (e.g., BEEM 2018 and E2S2-CREATE and AIChE Waste Management Conference 2019). Dr. You was awarded the Outstanding Young Researcher Award by the American Institute of Chemical Engineering (AIChE), Singapore Local Section in 2018.

Shicheng ZHANG Shicheng ZHANG
Fudan University, China

Title (Tentative): Hydrothermal Conversion of Biomass Waste to
High Value Added Chemicals and Materials

Dr. Shicheng Zhang is a Full Professor and a Vice Chair at the Department of Environmental Science and Engineering, Fudan University, Shanghai, China. His research group is focusing on the biofuel, biochemical and bio-based materials production from biomass wastes by chemical, biological and biochemical methods, especially hydrothermal conversion of biomass waste to high value-added products. He has been involved in more than 30 research projects as PI or Co-PI. Has published more than 120 journal papers, 30 patents, and has more than 3200 ISI citations with H index 29. He has served as Guest Editor of Bioresource Technology (2017) and Green Chemistry (2019). Dr. Zhang has been an active member of numerous national and international commissions and committees, and regularly serves as external judge for national and international funding institutions.

Qingliang ZHAO Qingliang ZHAO
Harbin Institute of Technology, China

Title (Tentative): A Macrophyte Sediment Microbial Fuel Cell for Polluted Urban
River Sediment Remediation and in-situ Bioenergy Generation

Dr. Qingliang ZHAO is currently a professor at School of Environment, Harbin Institute of Technology, China. He was one of the recipient of 2004 Scientific Fund of Heilongjiang Provincial Outstanding Youth. His major research interests include wastewater/leachate treatment and resource recovery, sludge treatment/disposal and nutrient recovery, microbial fuel cells. He has carried out 8 national scientific research projects, published more than 130 research articles in numerous peer-reviewed journals, and co-authored 6 books in Chinese and 7 invited book chapters in English. He is the Committee Member of IWA Working Group on Alternative Water Resource (China) — IWA joint with China Desalination Association (CDA) and Board Member of the IWA China Anaerobic Digestion Committee.

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