Luo, Hanjin




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.

Working experience

  • 1983-1994: Work at Changsha Institute of Geotectonics, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

  • 10/1994-03/2003: Study and research work at Niigata University and Yamanashi University, Japan

  • 2003 – Now: Teaching and research work at South China University of Technology

Educational experience

  • 1979-1983: B.S., Wuhan Institute of Geology

  • 1995-1997: M.S., Niigata University, Japan

  • 1998-2002: Ph.D., National University of Yamanashi, Japan

Field of research

  • Arsenic, fluorine, heavy metals and other pollution mechanisms in groundwater surface water and their chemical form changes;

  • The development of new materials to remove arsenic, heavy metals and toxic and harmful organic substances and other pollutants;

  • The development of new technologies for efficient oxidation treatment of industrial wastewater;

  • The new technologies for the analysis of arsenic, heavy metals and other pollutants in different valence states.

Recent research projects

  • National Natural Science Foundation of China, Guangdong Provincial Natural Science Foundation (Key), Guangdong Provincial Science and Technology Program, etc.

Academic achievements

  • In recent years, he has published more than 80 academic papers in domestic and international academic journals, including more than 20 SCI papers. He also participated in 5 foreign academic publications (4 in English and 1 in Japanese)

Representative publications:

  1. Chen, Hua, Luo, Hanjin(*),Lan, Yuecun,Dong, Tingting,Hu, Bingjie,Wang, Yiping,Removal of tetracycline from aqueous solutions using polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP-K30) modified nanoscale zero valent iron,Journal of Hazardous Materials,2011,192(1):44-53.

  2. Dong, Tingting, Luo, Hanjin(*),Wang, Yiping,Hu, Bingjie,Chen, Hua, Stabilization of Fe-Pd bimetallic nanoparticles with sodium carboxymethyl cellulose for catalytic reduction of para-nitrochlorobenzene in water,Desalination,2011,271(1-3):11-19.

  3. Hu, Bingjie, Luo, Hanjin(*),Chen, Hua,Dong, Tingting,Adsorption of chromate and para-nitrochlorobenzene on inorganic-organic montmorillonite,Applied Clay Science,2011,51(1-2):198-201.

  4. Yuecun Lan, Hanjin Luo(*),Xiaohui Ren,Yiping Wang,Yuze Liu,Anodic stripping voltammetric determination of arsenic(III) using a glassy carbon electrode modified with gold-palladium bimetallic nanoparticles,Microchimica Acta,2012,178(1-2):153-161.

  5. Lan Yuecun, Luo Hanjin(*),Ren Xiaohui,Wang Yiping,Wang, Lishi,Glassy Carbon Electrode Modified with Citrate Stabilized Gold Nanoparticles for Sensitive Arsenic(III) Detection , Analytical Letters,2012,45(10):1184-1196.

  6. Wu, Yan, Luo, Hanjin(*),Wang, Hou,Wang, Can,Zhang , Jian,Zhang, Zilong,Adsorption of hexavalent chromium from aqueous solutions by graphene modified with cetyltrimethylammonium bromide , Journal of Colloid and Interface Science , 2013 , 394:183-191.

  7. Wu, Yan, Luo, Hanjin(*),Wang, Hou,Zhang, Li,Liu, Peipei,Feng, Linqiang,Fast adsorption of nickel ions by porous graphene oxide/sawdust composite and reuse for phenol degradation from aqueous solutions,Journal of Colloid and Interface Science,2014,436:90-98.

  8. Wu, Yan, Luo, Hanjin(*),Wang, Hou,Efficient Removal of Congo Red from Aqueous Solutions by Surfactant-Modified Hydroxo Aluminum/Graphene Composites , Separation Science and Technology,2014,49(17):2700-2710.

  9. Wu, Yan, Luo, Hanjin(*),Wang, Hou,Removal of para-nitrochlorobenzene from aqueous solution on surfactant-modified nanoscale zero-valent iron/graphene nanocomposites , Environmental Technology,2014,35(21):2698-2707.

  10. Ren, Xiaohui, Zhang, Zilong, Luo, Hanjin(*),Hu, Bingjie,Dang, Zhi,Yang, Chen,Li, Luye, Adsorption of arsenic on modified montmorillonite , Applied Clay Science,2014,97-98:17-23.

  11. Wang, Can, Luo, Hanjin(*),Zhang, Zilong,Wu, Yan,Zhang, Jian,Chen, Shaowei,Removal of As(III) and As(V) from aqueous solutions using nanoscale zero valent iron-reduced graphite oxide modified composites,Journal of Hazardous Materials,2014,268:124-131.

  12. Wu, Yan, Luo, Hanjin(*),Wang, Hou,Synthesis of iron(III)-based metal-organic framework/graphene oxide composites with increased photocatalytic performance for dye degradation,RSC Advances,2014,4(76):40435-40438.

  13. Junjie Geng, Luo, Hanjin (*),Distribution, sources, and fluxes of heavy metals in the Pearl River Delta, South China,Marine pollution bulletin,2015,101(2):914-921.

  14. Yan Wu, Hanjin Luo(*),Xiaolu Jiang,Hou Wang,Junjie Geng,Facile synthesis of magnetic Bi25FeO40/rGO catalyst with efficient photocatalytic performance for phenolic compounds under visible light,RSC Advances,2015,5(7):4905-4908.

  15. Zilong Zhang, Hanjin Luo(*),Xiaolu Jiang,Zhongjie Jiang,Chen Yang,Synthesis of reduced graphene oxide-montmorillonite nanocomposite and itsapplication in hexavalent chromium removal fromaqueous solutions,RSC Advances,2015,5(59):47408-47417.

  16. Yan Wu, Hanjin Luo(*),Li Zhang,Pd nanoparticles supported onMIL-101/reduced graphene oxide photocatalyst: an efficient andrecyclable photocatalyst for triphenylmethane dye degradation,Environmental Science and Pollution Research,2015,22(21):17238-17243.


  1. H. J. Luo*,Y. C. Lan.,Anodic stripping voltammetric determination of arsenic (III) using glassy carbon electrode modified with gold and gold-palladium bimetallic nanoparticles , Nova Science Publishers,2014.

  2. H. J. Luo*,Y. Wu. , Adsorption of hexavalent chromium from aqueous solutions by graphene modified with cetyltrimethylammonium bromide , Nova Science Publishers,2014.

  3. H. J. Luo*,Y. F. Rao,Activated Carbon: Classifications, Properties and Applications , Nova Science Publishers,2012.