Fan, Liya

Title:Associate Researcher

Gender:Female

Tel:15818895828

E-mail:fanly@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.

Working experience

  • September 2013 to present: associate researcher, School of environment and energy, South China University of Technology

  • May 2010 to August 2013: Senior Engineer, Institute of environmental policy and standards, Zhejiang Academy of environmental protection design and research

  • June 2008 - April 2010: engineer, Zhejiang environmental protection science design and Research Institute, Zhejiang Environmental Engineering Co., Ltd

  • February 2008 - April 2008: researcher, Institute of meteorology, climate and atmospheric environment, Karlsruhe Research Center, Federation of national research centers of Helmholtz, Germany

  • October 2006 – March 2007: researcher, Department of meteorology, Technical University of Dresden, Germany

Educational experience

  • September 2003 – July 2006: Department of atmospheric science, School of physics, Peking University, Ph.D

  • October 2005 - March 2006: Department of meteorology, Dresden University of technology, Germany

  • October 2004 - March 2005: Department of meteorology, Dresden University of Technology

  • September 2000 – July 2003: Institute of environmental science, China Academy of radiation protection, master of Engineering

  • September 1995 - July 1999: Department of chemistry, Shanxi University, Bachelor of science

  • Social, Society and Academic Affiliations.

  • Member of VOC pollution prevention and Control Committee of Chinese society of Environmental Sciences

  • Member of Atmospheric Physics and atmospheric environment professional committee of Guangdong Meteorological Society

Field of research

  • Characteristics, formation mechanism and influencing factors of ozone pollution

  • VOCs emission characteristics, environmental impact and control measures

  • Interaction mechanism between PM2.5 and O3 and compound pollution control

Recent research projects

  1. National environmental protection standard project (2018): feasible technology guide for pollution prevention and control of furniture manufacturing industry (No. ji-2018-004), 700,000 CNY;

  2. National key R & D Program (2017): Research on ozone pollution control technology and management system in China (No. 2017yfc0212800), sub project, 395,000 CNY;

  3. National Natural Science Foundation Youth Project (2017): applied OMI satellite data and ground observation data to study ozone sensitivity characteristics in the Pearl River Delta (No. 41605092), 240000 CNY;

  4. Key projects of basic scientific research operating expenses of Central Universities (2017): Study on ozone sensitivity characteristics of Pearl River Delta Based on OMI satellite data (No. 2017zd083), 150,000 CNY;

  5. Guangzhou Environmental Protection Bureau technical service project (2017): Guangzhou Pharmaceutical Industry VOC emission control management specification, 150,000 CNY;

  6. Guangzhou Environmental Protection Bureau technical service project (2015): Guangzhou port terminal oil and gas recovery technology and regulatory requirements, 200,000 CNY;

  7. General project of basic scientific research business expenses of Central University (2014): simulation study on environmental benefits of VOCs emission reduction from industrial sources in China (No. 2014zm0068), 100,000 CNY.

Academic achievements

  1. Yuping Chen, Hui Yan, Yijuan Yao, Chunling Zeng, Ping Gao, Liyue Zhuang, Liya Fan*, Daiqi Ye. Relationships of ozone formation sensitivity with precursors emissions, meteorology and land use types in Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, China. Journal of Environmental Sciences, 2020, 94: 1-13.

  2. Wei Zhang, Yu Zou, Xiangdong Zheng, Nan Wang, Hui Yan, Yuping Chen, Xiangjun Zhao, Zhongping Ji, Fei Li, Boru Mai, Changqin Yin, Tao Deng, Liya Fan*, Xuejiao Deng*. Characteristics of the vertical distribution of tropospheric ozone in late autumn at Yangjiang station in Pearl River Delta (PRD), China. PartⅠ: Observed event. Atmospheric Environment, 2021, 244: 117898.

Curriculum Vitae

  • Courses in charge: environmental quality assessment, air pollution control engineering, meteorology

  • Guidance of students: 9 master students