Projects

  • 1. “Organic aerosol” Distinguished Young Scholar Award, National Scientific Foundation of China (NSFC), 4.0 M
  • CNY, 2020.01-2025.12 (PI).
  • 2. “Aerosol sources and formation mechanisms in complex air pollution”, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 3.0 M
  • CNY, 2020.01-2024.12 (PI).
  • 3. “Formation of secondary organic aerosol in the air pollution complex in northern China”, from 0 to 1
  • innovation research award (10-year excellence) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, 6.0 M CNY, 2019.09-
  • 2028.12 (PI).
  • 4. “Study of Chemical composition and sources of brown carbon using ultra high-resolution mass spectrometry”,
  • NSFC, 0.61 M CNY, 2019.01-2022.12 (PI).
  • 5. “Development and application of isotope-based approaches for aerosol source apportionment”, the National
  • Key Research and Development Plan, 3.58 M CNY, 2018.01-2020.12 (PI).
  • 6. “Field studies for constraining the sources and atmospheric processes of particulate air pollution in
  • Guanzhong basin, China”, Priority Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, 6.0 M CNY, 2017.07-2019.12
  • (PI).
  • 7. “Haze pollution in China: Source and atmospheric evolution of particulate matter”, Swiss SNSF-NSF China
  • joint project, 2.5 M CNY, 2017.01-2020.12 (Co-PI).
  • 8. “Identifying the source, formation mechanism and health effect of reactive oxygen species in Xi’an, China”,
  • NSF China Fellowship for international young scientist (Dr. Imad EI Haddad, PSI, Switzerland), Host: Ru-Jin
  • Huang, 0.34 M CNY, 2018.01-2019.12 (Co-PI).
  • 9. “Development of an online source apportionment approach for dynamic quantification of atmospheric
  • particulate organic matter”, National Scientific Foundation of China (NSFC), 2.9 M CNY, 2017.01-2020.12 (PI).
  • 10. “Physicochemical characteristics, sources and environmental effects of brown carbon aerosol in QinghaiTibet Plateau”, National Scientific Foundation of China (NSFC), 0.2 M CNY, 2017.01-2017.12 (PI).
  • 11.“Quantifying the role of biomass-burning to haze pollution in Guanzhong basin, China”, NSF China Fellowship
  • for international young scientist (Dr. Joel Corbin, PSI, Switzerland), Host: Ru-Jin Huang, 0.34 M CNY, 2017.01-
  • 2018.12 (Co-PI).
  • 12. “Network on aerosol processes in China”, the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation,
  • 2017.01-2017.12 (Co-PI).
  • 13.“Air pollution in China-using radiocarbon to discover crucial sources”, Gratama Stichting, The Netherlands
  • 2016.07-2017.06 (Co-PI).
  • 14.“Using size resolved measurements to determine regional and local sources of carbonaceous aerosol during
  • haze pollution in China”, the China exchange program of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences,
  • 2016.06-2018.06 (Co-PI).
  • 15.One-Thousand Young talent award of China, Aerosol Chemistry, 3.0 M CNY, 2015-2018 (PI).
  • 16.“Spatial-temporal distribution, sources and health impact of nitrogen-containing aerosols in the Guanzhong
  • region, China”, National Scientific Foundation of China (NSFC), 0.25 M CNY, 2015.01-2017.12 (PI).
  • 17.“The key formation mechanisms of SOA and effects on haze pollution”, Priority Program of the Chinese
  • Academy of Sciences, 2.0 M CNY, 2014-2015 (Co-PI).
  • 18.The Ubbo Emmius Programme for joint PhD student, The Netherlands, 2014 (Co-PI).
  • 19. “Aircraft exhaust: Primary emissions and secondary aerosol production potential”, European CommissionPSI COFUND, 2013.01-2014.12 (PI).
  • 20.“Particle precursor gases in the coastal atmosphere”, IRC Foundation, Ireland, 2011.01-2012.12 (PI).
  • 21.“Atmospheric inorganic and organic halogen compounds from surface seawater”, the EU-FP7 “ASSEMBLE”
  • short-term visiting grant, 2012.
  • 22.“Reaction cycling of particulate iodine in the marine boundary layer-a chamber study”, the EU COST-735
  • “short term scientific missions”, 2011.
  • 23.“Activated halogen compounds release from seaweed”, the EU-FP7 “ASSEMBLE” short-term visiting grant,
  • 2010.


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