WANG, Xuesong

WANG, Xuesong

Associate Professor
Department: Environmental Science
Research interests: Regional air pollution; Atmospheric chemistry
Tel/fax: 86-10-62758784
E-mail: xswang@pku.edu.cn
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EDUCATION

Ph.D., Environmental Sciences, Peking University, 2002
M.S., Environmental Sciences, Peking University, 1999
B.A., Applied Chemistry, Peking University, 1996

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2009–present, Associate Professor, Peking University
2002–2009, Assistant Professor, Peking University

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Graduates course: Numerical Simulation and Models of Atmospheric Chemistry

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Numerical simulation of regional air pollution (e.g. photochemical smog, particulate matter, acid deposition), Numerical simulation of atmospheric chemistry

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

1. Xu J.H., Wang X.S., Zhang S.Q. Risk-based air pollutants management at regional levels. Environmental Science & Policy, 25, 167-175, 2013.
2. Wang X.S., Zhang Y.H., Hu Y.T., Zhou W., Zeng L.M., Hu M., Cohan D.S., Russell A.G. Decoupled direct sensitivity analysis of regional ozone pollution over the Pearl River Delta during the PRIDE-PRD2004 campaign, Atmospheric Environment  45, 4941-4949, 2011.
3. Shen J., Wang X.S., Li J.F., Li Y.P., Zhang Y.H. Evaluation and intercomparison of ozone simulations by Models-3/CMAQ and CAMx over the Pearl River Delta. Science in China Series B: Chemistry, 54(11), 1789-1800, 2011.
4. Wang X.S., Zhang Y.H., Hu Y.T., Zhou W., Lu K.D., Zhong L.J., Zeng L.M., Shao M., Hu M., Russell A.G. Process analysis and sensitivity study of regional ozone formation over the Pearl River Delta, China, during the PRIDE-PRD2004 campaign using the Community Multiscale Air Quality modeling system. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 10, 4423-4437, 2010.
5. Wang X.S., Li J.L., Zhang Y.H, Xie S.D., Tang X.Y. Ozone source attribution during a severe photochemical smog episode in Beijing, China. Science in China Series B: Chemistry, 52(8), 1270-1280, 2009.
6. Song Y., Dai W., Wang X.S., Cui M.M., Su H., Xie S.D., Zhang Y.H. Identifying dominant sources of respirable suspended particulates in Guangzhou, China.  Environmental Engineering Science, 25(7), 959-968, 2008.
7. Cheng Y.L., Wang X.S., Liu Z.R., Bai Y.H., Li J.L. A new method for quantitatively characterizing atmospheric oxidation capacity. Science in China Series B: Chemistry, 51(11), 1102-1109, 2008.
8. Liu N., Wang X.S., Hu Y.T., Zheng J.Y., Zhong L.J., Hu M., Zhang Y.H. Numerical simulation and process analysis of PM10 pollution over the Pearl River Delta in autumn. China Environmental Science, 32(9), 1537-1545, 2012.
9. Hu X.Y., Li Y.P., Li J.F., Wang X.S., Zhang Y.H. Interaction of ambient PM10 among the cities over the Pearl River Delta. Acta Scientiarum Naturalium Universitatis Pekinensis, 47(3), 519-524, 2011.
10. Zhang W.T., Wang X.S., Liu Z.R., Zhang Y.H., Shao M., Cheng Q., Wu D.G., Tian W. Construction fugitive PM10 emission and its influences on air quality in Guiyang. Acta Scientiarum Naturalium Universitatis Pekinensis, 46(2), 258-264, 2010.

AWARDS AND HONORS

1. Yuanhang Zhang, Min Hu, Liuju Zhong, Min Shao, Limin Zeng, Wei Wang, Yunrong Xiang,Shaojia Fan, Xuesong Wang, Yongzhuo Peng, Zhongming Chen, Boguang Wang, Junyu Zheng, Shihua Lu, Lingyan He, The Second Grade National Award for Science and Technology Progress, Technological System of Regional complex air pollution study and its Application in the Pearl River Delta, 2010.
2. Tong Zhu, Xiangde Xu, Fahe Chai, Min Shao, Xiaoyan Tang, Xiuji Zhou, Bingqing Hu, Shiqiu Zhang, Min Hu, Guoan Ding, Lingen Bian, Shulan Wang, Limin Zeng, Xuesong Wang, Yizhen Chen, The First Grade Award for Science and Technology Progress of the Ministry of Environmental Protection, Formation mechanism and regional joint control of air pollution over Beijing and its surrounding areas, and air quality assurance program of the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, 2010.
3. Yuanhang Zhang, Min Hu, Liuju Zhong, Min Shao, Limin Zeng, Wei Wang, Yunrong Xiang, Shaojia Fan, Xuesong Wang, Yongzhuo Peng, Zhongming Chen, Boguang Wang, Junyu Zheng, Shihua Lu, Lingyan He, The First Grade Award for Science and Technology Progress of the Ministry of Education, Technological System of Regional complex air pollution study and its Application in the Pearl River Delta, 2009.

PROFILE

Dr. Wang’s research interests include air pollution modeling and assessment, atmospheric chemistry and transport, process and sensitivity analysis, emissions and source apportionment. He has contributed to the application and evaluation of several major models on urban and regional scales in China, including Models-3/CMAQ, CAMx, MM5, and WRF. His research provides in-depth understanding in formation processes and chemical mechanism of regional photochemical smog and particulate matter pollution in city-cluster areas of China, e.g. the Pearl River Delta, Beijing and North China Plain. He also contributes to source apportionment of secondary pollutants and key source identification for pollution control in China.