► Shijian Yang

School of Environmental and Biological Engineering, Nanjing University of Science and Technology

Phone:(+86)18066068302 Email:yangshijiangsq@163.com

 

 

►ACADEMIC APPOINTMENT

2012.04-Professor Environmental Science & EngineeringNanjing University of Science and Technology

 

 

►EDUCATION

2012 Ph. D. Environmental Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China

2009 M. S.Environmental Science, Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou, China

2000 B. S. Environmental Science, Lanzhou University, Lanzhou, China

 

 

►HONORS/RECOGNITION

Scholarship Award for Excellent Doctoral Student Granted by Ministry of Education of China (2010)

Chinese Academy of Sciences Dean Awarding (2009)

Scholarship for Outstanding Young Ph.D. Students Granted by Shanghai Tongji Gao Tingyao Environmental Science and Technology Development Foundation (2010)

 

 

RESEARCH AREAS/INTEREST

Environmental functional materials, environmental mineralogy, environmental interracial chemistry, air pollution control

· Chemical adsorption of gaseous elemental mercury on magnetic Fe based spinel

· Fe based spinel used as a catalyst for the selective catalytic reduction of NO with NH3

· Decolorization of the effluents containing non-biodegradable dye by heterogeneous Fenton process using Fe based spinel

 

 

►SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

1. Yang, S. J.; Guo, Y.; Yan, N.; Wu, D.; He, H.; Xie, J.; Qu, Z.; Yang, C.; Jia, J. A novel muti-functional magnetic Fe-Ti-V spinel catalyst for elemental mercury capture and callback from flue gas. Chemical Communications 2010, 46, 8377-8379. (IF=6.08)

2. Yang, S. J.; Guo, Y.; Yan, N.; Wu, D.; He, H.; Xie, J.; Qu, Z.; Jia, J. Remarkable effect of the incorporation of titanium on the catalytic activity and SO2 poisoning resistance of magnetic Mn-Fe spinel for elemental mercury capture. Applied Catalysis B-environmental 2011, 101, 698-708. (IF=5.63)

3. Yang, S. J.; Yan, N.; Guo, Y.; Wu, D.; He, H.; Qu, Z.; Li, J.; Zhou, Q.; Jia, J. Gaseous elemental mercury capture from flue gas using magnetic nanosized (Fe3-xMnx)1-δO4. Environmental Science & Technology 2011, 45, 1540-1546. (IF=5.23)

4. Yang, S. J.; Guo, Y.; Yan, N.; Qu, Z.; Xie, J.; Yang, C.; Jia, J. Capture of gaseous elemental mercury from flue gas using a magnetic and sulfur poisoning resistant sorbent Mn/γ-Fe2O3 at lower temperatures. Journal of Hazardous Materials 2011, 186, 508-515. (IF=4.17)

5. Yang, S. J.; Guo, Y.; Yan, N.; Wu, D.; He, H.; Qu, Z.; Yang, C.; Zhou, Q.; Jia, J. Nanosized cation-deficient Fe-Ti Spinel: A novel magnetic sorbent for elemental mercury capture from flue gas. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2011, 3, 209-217. (IF=4.54)

6. Yang, S. J.; He, H. P.; Lu, S. L.; Chen, D.; Zhu, J. X. Quantification of crop residue burning in the field and its influence on ambient air quality in Suqian, China. Atmospheric Environment 2008, 42, 1961-1969. (IF=3.46)

7. Yang, S. J.; He, H.; Wu, D.; Chen, D.; Liang, X.; Qin, Z.; Fan, M.; Zhu, J.; Yuan, P. Decolorization of methylene blue by heterogeneous Fenton reaction using Fe3-xTixO4 (0≤x≤0.78) at neutral pH values. Applied Catalysis B-environmental 2009, 89, 527-535. (IF=5.63)

8. Yang, S. J.; He, H. P.; Wu, D. Q.; Chen, D.; Ma, Y. H.; Li, X. L.; Zhu, J. X.; Yuan, P. Degradation of methylene blue by heterogeneous Fenton reaction using titanomagnetite at neutral pH values: Process and affecting factors. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 2009, 48, 9915-9921. (IF=2.24)

9. Yang, S. J.; Wang, C.; Li, J.; Yan, N.; Ma, L.; Chang, H. Low temperature selective catalytic reduction of NO with NH3 over Mn-Fe spinel: Performance, mechanism and kinetic study. Applied Catalysis B-environmental 2011, 110, 71-80. (IF=5.63)

10. Yang, S. J.; Guo, Y. F.; Yan, N. Q.; Wu, D. Q.; He, H. P.; Qu, Z.; Jia, J. P. Elemental mercury capture from flue gas by magnetic Mn-Fe spinel: Effect of chemical heterogeneity. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 2011, 50, 9650-9656. (IF=2.24)

11. Yang, S. J.; Li, J.; Wang, C.; Chen, J.; Chen, L.; Peng, Y.; Yan, N. Fe-Ti spinel for the selective catalytic reduction of NO with NH3: Mechanism and structure-activity relationship. Applied Catalysis B-environmental 2012, 117-118, 73-80. (IF=5.63)

12. Yang, S. J.; Wang, C.; Chen, J.; Li, J.; Yan, N.; Peng, Y. Novel magnetic Fe-Ti-V spinel catalyst for the selective catalytic reduction of NO with NH3 in a broad temperature range. Catalysis Science & Technology, 2012, 2, 915-917.

13. Guo, Y. F.; Yan, N. Q.; Yang, S. J.; Qu, Z.; Wu, Z. B.; Liu, Y.; Liu, P.; Ha, J. P. Conversion of elemental mercury with a novel membrane delivery catalytic oxidation system (MDCOs). Environmental Science & Technology 2011, 45, 706-711. (IF=5.23)

14. Li, J. F.; Yan, N. Q.; Qu, Z.; Qiao, S. H.; Yang, S. J.; Guo, Y. F.; Liu, P.; Jia, J. P. Catalytic oxidation of elemental mercury over the modified catalyst Mn/α-Al2O3 at lower temperatures. Environmental Science & Technology 2009, 44, 426-431. (IF=5.23)

15. Yan, N. Q.; Chen, W. M.; Chen, J.; Qu, Z.; Guo, Y. F.; Yang, S. J.; Jia, J. P. Significance of RuO2 modified SCR catalyst for elemental mercury oxidation in coal-fired flue gas. Environmental Science & Technology 2011, 45, 5725-5730. (IF=5.23)

16. Chen, J.; Shi, W.; Yang, S. J.; Arandiyan, H.; Li, J. Distinguished roles with various vanadium loadings of CoCr2-xVxO4 (x = 0-0.20) for methane combustion. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2011, 115, 17400–17408. (IF=4.80)

17. Qu, Z.; Yan, N. Q.; Liu, P.; Jia, J. P.; Yang, S. J. The role of iodine monochloride for the oxidation of elemental mercury. Journal of Hazardous Materials 2010, 183, 132-137. ( IF=4.17)

18. Chen, D.; Zhu, J. X.; Yuan, P.; Yang, S. J.; Chen, T. H.; He, H. P. Preparation and characterization of anion-cation surfactants modified montmorillonite. Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry 2008, 94, 841-848. ( IF=1.60)