Yang, Chen




Admissions Major

  • Master's admissions major:

  • Master of academic degree: 083000| Environmental science and engineering.

  • Master of professional degree: 085700| Resources and environment.

  • Doctoral admissions major:

  • Doctor of academic degree: 083000| Environmental science and engineering.

  • Doctor of professional degree: 085700| Resources and environment.

Social, Society and Academic Affiliations.

  • Prof. Yang has followed Social and Academic Affiliations:

  • The deputy director of Guangzhou Water Resources and Water Environment Industry Engineering Technology Research Center

  • The director of Guangdong Sustainable Development AssociationThe executive director of Guangzhou Environmental Education Society

  • The life member of Chinese Society of Mineral and Rock Geochemistry

  • A member of American Chemical Society

  • A member of Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry

  • A member of The Chinese Society of Environmental Science

  • A member of The Guangdong Environmental Science Society

Field of research

  • Analytical Test Methods for Drugs and Endocrine Disruptors

  • Environmental Behavior of Novel Contaminants and Remediation Technologies

  • Health Risk Assessment of Novel Contaminants

Recent research projects

  • National High Technology Research and Development Program (863 Program) Project Subproject, 2013AA062609: Control Technology and Demonstration of Heavy Metal Pollution in Soil of Rice Field in Key Prevention and Control Area of Northwest River Basin of Pearl River, 2013/01-2016/12; CNY 900,000, Project leader

  • National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), 41173104: Effect of antibiotic synergism/stress on the transport and biotransformation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the southern subtropical water environment, 2012/01-2015/12; CNY 760,000, Project leader

  • National High Technology Research and Development Program (863 Program) Project Subproject, 2012AA101403: Control and remediation technology of organic compound pollution in farmland, 2012/01-2015/12: CNY 2 million, Project member

  • Special Project of Pearl River Science and Technology New Star in Guangzhou, 2011J2200060: Mechanism of nanoparticles' influence on the migration and abiotic transformation of antibiotics in water; 2012/01-2014/12, CNY 300,00, Project leader

  • National Natural Science Foundation of China, 41072268: Microscopic Interfacial Interaction between Nanoclay Minerals/Antibiotics and the Mechanism of Influence on the Environmental Behavior of Antibiotics, 2011/01-2013/12; 460,000 CNY, Project leader

  • Guangdong Provincial Natural Science Foundation Team Project, 9351064101000001: Key theory and technology of combined microbial-phytochemical remediation of petroleum-contaminated soil, 2010/01-2014/12; 1.2 million CNY, Project member

  • National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), 40730741: Research on the mechanism of passivation and environmental geochemical effects of metal sulfide mine tailings, 2008/01-2011/12; 1.65 million CNY, Project member

  • National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), 40502031: Residues and Adsorption-Desorption Mechanisms of Typical Antibiotics in Soil of Pearl River Delta, 2006/01-2008/12; 260,000 CNY, Project leader

Academic achievements

  1. Deng, F., Zhang, Z., Chen, Y.*, Guo, C., Lu, G., Zhi, D. (2017). Pyrene biodegradation with layer-by-layer assembly bio-microcapsules. Ecotoxicology & Environmental Safety, 138, 9-15.

  2. Lin, M., Deng, F., Chen, Y.*, Guo, C., Zhi, D. (2016). Bioremediation of pah-contaminated farmland: field experiment. Environmental Science & Pollution Research, 1-9.

  3. Guo, X., Dong, H., Yang, C.*, Zhang, Q., Liao, C., Zha, F., Gao, L. (2016). Application of goethite modified biochar for tylosin removal from aqueous solution. Colloids & Surfaces A Physicochemical & Engineering Aspects, 502, 81-88.

  4. Zhang, Q., Shu, X., Guo, X., Mo, D., Wei, S., Yang, C.* (2016). Effect of ions on sorption of tylosin on clay minerals. Rsc Advances, 6(58), 53175-53181.

  5. Deng, F., Liao, C., Yang, C.*, Guo, C., Ma, L., Dang, Z.* (2016). A new approach for pyrene bioremediation using bacteria immobilized in layer-by-layer assembly microcapsules: dynamics of soil bacterial community. Rsc Advances, 6(25), 20654-20663.

  6. Huang, Y., Yang, C.*, Li, Y., Guo, C., Dang, Z. (2016). Effects of cytotoxicity of erythromycin on pah-degrading strains and degrading efficiency. Rsc Advances.

  7. Deng, F., Liao, C., Yang, C.*, Guo, C., Dang, Z. (2016). Enhanced biodegradation of pyrene by immobilized bacteria on modified biomass materials. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation, 110, 46-52.

  8. Guo, X., Bei, T., Ge, J., Chen, Y.*, Song, X., Zhi, D. (2016). Sorption of tylosin and sulfamethazine on solid humic acid. 环境科学学报(英文版), 43(5), 208-215.

  9. Li, Y., Chen, Y.*, Guo, X., Zhi, D., Li, X., Qian, Z. (2015). Effects of humic acids on the aggregation and sorption of nano-tio 2. Chemosphere, 119C, 171-176.

  10. Guo, X., Ge, J.*, Yang, C.*, Wu, R., Dang, Z., Liu, S. (2015). Sorption behavior of tylosin and sulfamethazine on humic acid: kinetic and thermodynamic studies. Rsc Advances, 5(5), 58865-58872.

  11. Guo, X., Zhang, J., Ge, J., Yang, C.*, Dang, Z., Liu, S., Gao, L. (2015). Sorption and photodegradation of tylosin and sulfamethazine by humic acid-coated goethite. Rsc Advances, 5(122), 100464-100471.

  12. Guo, X., Yang, C.*, Wu, Y., Dang, Z. (2014). The influences of ph and ionic strength on the sorption of tylosin on goethite. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 21(4), 2572-2580.

  13. Guo, X., Yang, C.*, Dang, Z., Zhang, Q., Li, Y., Meng, Q. (2013). Sorption thermodynamics and kinetics properties of tylosin and sulfamethazine on goethite. Chemical Engineering Journal, 223(5), 59–67.

  14. Zhang, Q., Yang, C.*, Huang, W., Dang, Z., Shu, X. (2013). Sorption of tylosin on clay minerals. Chemosphere, 93(9), 2180-2186.

Curriculum Vitae

In recent years, she has presided over more than 10 projects, and is currently working on 7 projects including the National 863 Program and the National Natural Science Foundation of China, and has published more than 90 papers  (including 43 SCI and EI indexed papers) in Environmental Science & Technology, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, etc. She is also a co-authored of a monograph in English, and won the first prize of Science and Technology Progress of Guangdong Province, the Seventh Youth Science and Technology Award of the Chinese Society of Environmental Science, and the first prize and second prize of Guangdong Environmental Protection Science and Technology.