清华大学环境学院

School of Environment

 

Name:
LIU Wenjun
Division: Division of Drinking Water Safety
Position: Professor
Address:
Department of Environmental Science and Engineering
Telephone:
(86)-10-62782196
E-mail:
wjliu@tsinghua.edu.cn

Education background

Ph.D. in Municipal Engineering, 07, 1999, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China 

M.S. in Municipal Engineering, 03, 19955, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

B.S. in Environmental Engineering, 07, 1989, Beijing Institute of Light Industry, Beijing, China

Experience

2006-present Professor, DESE, Tsinghua University 

2003-2006 Associate Professor, DESE, Tsinghua University 

2002-2003 Postdoctoral Associate, CEE, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

2000-2002       Postdoctoral Associate, CE, University of Waterloo

1999-2000      Postdoctoral Associate, CE, National University of Singapore

Areas of Research Interests/ Research Projects

1. Disinfection technologies for drinking water treatment

2. Advanced treatment technologies for drinking water treatment 

3. Bio-stability controlling of water quality in distribution system

1. Optimization and demonstration of ozone-biological GAC technologies for the source water with high odor taste, high bromide ion withdrawn from Yellow River, National Water Project, 2008-2010

2. Development and demonstration of technologies for controlling pollution incidents and emergent water supply in scattered source water area, National 863 Project, 2008-2010

3. Controlling mechanism of microbiological safety of distribution following UV disinfection. National Natural Science Foundation, 2008-2010。

4. Study of controlling technologies for water bio-stability in distribution system. National 863 Project, 2007-2009

5. Identification and controlling of persistent microbes in distribution system. Ministry of Education. 2007-2009,

6. Development of physically treatment of ballast water from ocean ship. National Science and Technology Supporting Project.  2007-2010

7. Development of disinfection technologies and equipment for rural area. National Science and Technology Supporting Project.  2008-2010

8. Study of water safety evaluation and early-warning technologies. National Science and Technology Supporting Project.  2008-2010

9. Arsenic and fluoride removed by NF/RO. Sanyo Electric Cooperate, Japan. 2007-2009

10. Drinking water safety technologies in China rural area. Alcoa, USA, 2006-2010

11. Safe disinfection technologies for water treatment in Beijing. Beijing Science and Technology Commission. 2005-2007

12. Study of technologies for safe transportation of drinking water in distribution. Beijing Science and Technology Commission. 2005-2007

13. Study of technologies for ensuring safe drinking water in Dongguang city. Ministry of Construction. 2006

Academic Achievement

Published Books:

1. Xiniang Liang, Rihua Gan, Wenjun Liu, Xueli E. Ensuring and management of drinking water safety. People Health Publisher,  Beijing,  2009

2. Wenjun Liu, Liping Zhang. Handbook of emergent water supply technologies. China Building and Architecture Publisher, Beijing, 2007

Published Articles:

1. Xiaowei Wang, Wenjun Liu, Desheng Li, Weifang Ma. Arsenic (V) removal from groundwater by GE-HL nano-filtration membrane: Effects of arsenic concentration, pH, and co-existing ions. Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering in China. (2009)Vol.3(4): 428-433 

2. Sun Wenjun, Liu Wenjun. A Pilot-Scale Study on Ultraviolet Disinfection System for Drinking Water. J. Water Supply-AQUA, (2009) Vol58(5): 346-353 

3. Sun Wenjun, Liu Wenjun. Impact of the UV Disinfection Process on Biofilm Controlling of Model Distribution Systems for Drinking Water, J.ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE. (2009)Volume 26(4), 809-816 

4. Meiting Guo, Hongying Hu and Wenjun Liu. Preliminary investigation on safety of post-UV disinfection of wastewater: bio-stability in laboratory-scale simulated reuse water pipelines. Desalination. (2009)Vol. 239 (4):22-28 

5. Liu Wenjun, Du Zhipeng, Jin Junwei. Optimizing the configuration of clearwell by integrating pilot and full-scale tracer testing. Front. Environ. Sci. Engin. China. 2007, 1(3):1-6

6. Liu Wenjun, Zhang Yongji. Effect of UV Intensity and Turbidity on Microbial Indicators Inactivation. Journal of Environmental Sciences. (2006) 2006, 18(4):650-653