Li, Ping

Title:Professor

Gender:Male

Tel:020-39380568/13802800815

E-mail:pli@scut.edu.cn

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.

  • Perference: Students with a degree of environmental engineering, environmental science, biological science and/or engineering, microbiology

Working experience

  • 1999-2002: Doctor of Engineering, South China University of Technology

  • 2002-2007: Lecturer, School of Environmental Science and Engineering, South China University of Technology

  • 2008-2017: Associate Professor, School of Environment and Energy, South China University of Technology

  • 2015-2016: Visiting Scholar, University of Missouri-Columbia (USA)

  • 2018-Present: Professor, School of Environment and Energy, South China University of Technology

Field of research

  • Environmental biotechnology, wastewater biological treatment theory and technology, resource utilization of solid waste, which mainly include:

  • Basic research: greenhouse gas reduction control in biological treatment of wastewater, anaerobic biological treatment of waste, research of bacteria and algae symbiosis and Heavily-contaninated water purification

  • Applied research: biological treatment technology for organic waste, biological nitrogen removal and phosphorus removal technology

  • Industry-academia-research combination: biological treatment of industrial wastewater, sludge resource utilization and treatment and disposal technology, resource utilization and treatment and disposal of high concentration organic waste

Recent research projects

  1. National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC): Generation and reduction control mechanism of greenhouse gas N2O from sewage treatment (20477011)

  2. Guangdong Science and Technology Development Special Fund Project: Municipal Sludge Modification and Preparation of Composite Soil Improver for Saline Land Improvement (2017B020247025)

  3. Guangdong Province "Energy Saving and Emission Reduction" Major Science and Technology Special Project: Centralized Treatment and Engineering Demonstration of Wastewater in Textile Printing and Dyeing Industry ( 2009A080303014)

  4. Ministry of Education of Guangdong Province, Industry-University-Research Combined Project: Key Technology of Water Recycling in Amino Acid Fermentation Industry (2012B091100146)

  5. Major Special Project of Guangzhou Science and Technology Plan: Research, Development and Demonstration of Municipal Domestic Waste Treatment and Disposal and Resource Utilization Technology (2014Y2-00522)

  6. Major Special Project of Guangzhou Science and Technology Plan: Environmental Pollution Control and Waste Liquid Disposal Technology in Sanitary Treatment of Animal Carcasses in Guangzhou (2012Y2-00005)

  7. Science and Technology Tackling Project of Guangdong Province: Research on Biotoxicity and Detoxification Process of Organic Pollutants in Waste Leachate (2005B33301003)

  8. Zhongshan Environmental Protection Bureau Project: Research and Empirical Evidence on the Coordination Degree of Urbanization Level and Environmental Quality Condition in Zhongshan City (x2hjD5170550)

  9. Project of Foshan City Industry-University Research Special Fund: Toxicity Assessment, Early Warning and Rapid Destruction Technology of Industrial Wastewater (2006A024)

  10. Zhongshan Science and Technology Tackling Project: Toxicity Reduction Process Research of Aging Waste Leachate in Zhongshan City (20073A144)

  11. Zhongshan Science and Technology Tackling Project: Research on Biotoxicity and Detoxification Process of Waste Leachate (2004A024)

  12. Project entrusted by enterprises and institutions: Research on cumulative environmental impact and pollution prevention technology of Shunde Sanlian Industrial Zone (20080925)

  13. Patent Technology Promotion and Application Project: Process Optimization and Engineering Modification of 5000 m3/d Fermentation Pharmaceutical Wastewater of Guangdong Star Lake Biotechnology Co.,Ltd

  14. Technology Transfer Project: Sequential Batch Type Air-lift Circulation Wastewater Biological Treatment Reactor and Technology (x2hjF3100020)

Academic achievements

  1. Su-nv Wang, Ping Li*, Jing-jing Gu, Hao Liang, Jin-hua Wu. Carboxylate-functionalized sugarcane bagasse as an effective and renewable adsorbent to remove methylene blue. Water Science & Technology,2018, doi: 10.2166/wst.2018.113

  2. Ping Li, Shu-Yuan Pan, Silu Pei, Yupo J. Lin, Pen-Chi Chiang. Challenges and Perspectives on Carbon Fixation and Utilization Technologies:An Overview. Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 2016,16: 1327–1344

  3. Zhang Fang, Li Ping*,Chen Mengsi, Wu Jinhua, Zhu Nengwu, Wu Pingxiao, Chiang Penchi, Hu Zhiqiang. Effect of operational modes on nitrogen removal and nitrous oxide emission in the process of simultaneous nitrification and denitrification. Chemical Engineering Journal, 2015,280:549-557

  4. Xu Meng, Li Ping, Tang Tianyu, Hu Zhiqiang. Roles of SRT and HRT of an algal membrane bioreactor system with a tanks-in-series configuration for secondary wastewater effluent polishing. Ecological Engineering, 2015,85, 257-264

  5. Yan, Yingyan,Li, Ping*,Wu, Jinhua,Zhu, Nengwu,Wu, Pingxiao,Wang, Xiangde. N2O emission in short-cut simultaneous nitrification and denitrification process: dynamic emission characteristics and succession of ammonia-oxidizing bacteria. Water Science & Technology,2014,69(12):2541-2547

  6. Jinhua Wu, Guocai Chen, Jingjing Gu, Weizhao Yin, Mengxiong Lu, Ping Li,Bo Yang. Effects of hydraulic retention time and nitrobenzene concentration on the performance of sequential upflow anaerobic filter and airlift reactors in treating nitrobenzene-containing wastewater. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2014, 21(22): 12800-12810

  7. Jinhua Wu, Guanghui Lin, Ping Li, Weizhao Yin, Xiangde Wang, Bo Yang. Heterogeneous Fenton like degradation of an azo dye reactive brilliant orange by the combination of activated carbon-FeOOH catalyst and H2O2. Water Science & Technology,2013,67:572-578

  8. Jinhua Wu, Weizhao Yin, Jingjing Gu, Ping Li, Xiangde Wang, Bo Yang. Abiotic Fe0-H2O system for nitrobenzene removal from groundwater. Chemical Engineering Journal, 2013, 226(15): 14-21

  9. Weizhao Yin, Jinhua Wu, Guanghui Lin, Ping Li, Xiangde Wang, Bin Zhu, Bo Yang. Reductive transformation of pentachloronitrobenzene by zero-valent iron and mixed anaerobic culture. Chemical Engineering Journal,2012,210(11):309-315

  10. Weizhao Yin, Jinhua Wu, Ping Li, Xiangde Wang, Nengwu Zhu, Pingxiao Wu, Bo Yang. Experimental study of zero-valent iron induced nitrobenzene reduction in groundwater: The effects of pH, iron dosage, oxygen and common dissolved anions. Chemical Engineering Journal,2012,184(3):198-204

  11. Junqian Liang, Jinhua Wu, Ping Li, Xiangde Wang, Bo Yang. Shaddock peel as a novel low-cost adsorbent for removal of methylene blue from dye wastewater. Desalination and Water Treatment,2012,39:70-75

  12. Li Qiuhua, Li Ping*, Zhu Pingping, Wu Jinhua, Liang Shizhong, Effects of exogenous organic carbon substrates on nitrous oxide emissions during the denitrification process of sequence batch reactors. Environmental Engineering Science,2008,27(8):1221-1228

  13. Chen Le, Junqian Liang, Jinhua Wu, Ping Li, Xiangde Wang, Nengwu Zhu, Pingxiao Wu, Bo Yang. Effective degradation of para-chloronitrobenzene through a sequential treatment using zero-valent iron reduction and Fenton oxidation.Water Science & Technology, 2011,64(10):2126-2131

  14. Chen Le, Jinhua Wu, Ping Li, Xiangde Wang, Nengwu Zhu, Pingxiao Wu, Bo Yang. Decolorization of anthraquinone dye Reactive Blue 19 by the combination of persulfate and zero-valent iron. Water Science & Technology, 2011,164(3):754-759

  15. Chen Le, Jinhua Wu, Shubo Deng, Ping Li, Xiangde Wang, Nengwu Zhu, Pingxiao Wu. Effects of common dissolved anions on the reduction of para-chloronitrobenzene by zero-valent iron in groundwater. Water Science & Technology,2011,63(7):1485-1490