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Feb. 2021: Congratulations! 

CEE PhD student, Xiaonan Shi, received the 2020 Graduate Student Award in Environmental Chemistry (ENVR) Division of the American Chemical Society (ACS)

Feb. 2021: Congratulations!

Fangzhou Liu received the Modern-day Techonology Leader Award at the 2021 BEYA STEM Global Competitiveness Conference.

 Wen's Research Group​

Wen Zhang

Principal Investigator
Associate Professor

Phone: (973) 596-5520 
Fax: (973) 596-5790
Email: wen.zhang@njit.edu

Office Location: Colton Hall 211

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Congratulations to Xiaonan Shi, Qingquan Ma, and Leqi Lin for receiving the fundings from New Jersey Water Resources Research Institute (NJWRRI) with $5000, respectively. 

  Our Ph.D. student, Xiaonan Shi's proposal "Effects of Microbubble Formation on Sediment Pollutant Resuspension" was funded by New Jersey Water Resources Research Institute with $5000. Her proposal focuses on the investigation of the influence of microbubble formation on contaminant release from sediment.

 Qingquan Ma's proposal "Carbon-Metal Nanohybrids (CMNHs)-Impregnated Reactive Electrochemical Membrane (REM) Filtration for PFAS Removal" was funded by New Jersey Water Resources Research Institute with $5000. His proposal focuses on the investigation of the CMNHs impregnated REM membrane filtration and degradation mechanisms for PFASs under alternating anodic and cathodic polarization.

  Leqi Lin’s proposal " Assessment of Spent Lithium- ion Batteries on Surface Water Quality: Delineating Baseline Level Changes of Lithium, Cobalt and Lithium Hexafluorophosphate " was funded by New Jersey Water Resources Research Institute with $5000. Her proposal focuses on the investigation of the dynamic changes of the environmental concentrations of Li, Co and LiPF6 compared to the background groups of historical data and provide insight into the potential pollution from the exponential increase of LIB applications.


 

Jun. 2021: Professor Wen Zhang was invited to report for RCR seminar about seeking sustainable pathways for spend lithium-ion batteries.