Welcome Prof. Huisheng Zhuang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China to be the TPC!


Prof. Huisheng Zhuang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

Prof. Zhuang Huisheng, Ph.D., Doctoral supervisor. He graduated from Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University. He got his master degree from department of Chemistry, East China Normal University. He got his Ph.D. degree from the Department of Chemistry, Fuzhou University.
During Prof. Zhuang’s work in Fuzhou University, he was director of the Institute of Environmental Protection, deputy dean of the Academic Affairs, and deputy dean of the Scientific Research Administration Office.
During Prof. Zhuang’s work in Donghua University, he was vice president of the College of Environmental Science and Engineering, and dean of the Postdoctoral Mobile Station.
Since June 2008, he worked in Shanghai Jiaotong University as a professor and Doctoral supervisor. He is now director of the Shenzhen Research Center for Ecology and Environment, Shanghai Jiaotong University, director of the Institute of Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Evaluation, the expert of National Natural Science Foundation Project and reviewer of a variety of important domestic and international publications. He takes the lead in studying Environmental monitoring assessment, environmental planning and management, and circular economy and sustainable development and so on at home and abroad.
His research was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (project No.20277005; project No.20677008, project No. 21177082, project No. 21477074, ),  the Science and Technology Commission of Shanghai Municipality in China (key project of fundamental research No. 09JC1407600), the Research Fund for the Doctoral Program of Higher Education (project No.20060255004) , the Science and Technology Commission of Shanghai Municipality in China (key project of the Science and technology research No. 09231202805) and Shanghai Leading Academic Discipline Project (project No.B604). He has published more than 100 papers in important journals at home and abroad, of which more than 70 are included in SCI. He won two second prizes of the provincial science and technology progress award. He has trained nearly 20 graduate doctors and more than 40 graduate masters.