清华大学环境学院

School of Environment

 

Name:
SHI Hanchang
Division: Division of Water Environment
Position: Professor
Address:
Department of Environmental Science and Engineering
Telephone: (86)-10-62773095
E-mail: hanchang@tsinghua.edu.cn

Education background

Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering, 12/1990, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China 

M.S. in Environmental Engineering, 7/1984 year, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

B.S. in Environmental Engineering, 7/1982, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

Experience

1998-present Professor, Department of Environmental Science and Engineering, Tsinghua University

1991-1997 Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Science and Engineering, Tsinghua University

1984-1990 Lecture, Department of Environmental Science and Engineering, Tsinghua University

2000-2011 Director of State Key Joint Laboratory of Environment Simulation and Pollution Control

1989-1990 Visiting Scholar in Water Research Centre UK  

1994.01-1994.10 Visiting scholar in the University of Michigan USA  

2003.01-2003.02 Visiting Professor in the Stanford University USA

2005.09-2005.10 Visiting Professor in the University of Alberta Canada

2008.07-2008.08 Visiting Professor in the Lund University Sweden

Areas of Research Interests/ Research Projects

Research Area:

1. Principle and technology of water pollution control

2. Water quality analysis and bio-sensor technology

3. Industrial wastewater treatment for refractory and toxic organics

Research Projects:

1. Optimization technology and demonstration of urban wastewater treatment plant and drainage system, State water pollution control special project, 2009-2010 

2. Monitoring system and technology for the representative pollutants of environment pollution accident, State high technology (863) program, 2008-2010

3. Research and application of the high efficient aeration equipments of wastewater treatment, State high technology (863) program, 2009-2012

4. Study of the micro-electrode measurement system and the detection of the kinetic parameters of bio-film in water environment, State key basic research (973) program, 2007-2009

5. Study of the characteristics measurement in bio-media and the modeling of nitrogen removal, National natural science foundation, 2005-2007 

Academic Achievement

Published Books:

1. Shi Hanchang, Qiu Yong, Modeling and application for biological wastewater treatment, China architecture and building press, 2014

2. Fan Long, Shi Hanchang, Xu Nong, Shi Huiming, Computational fluid dynamics of wastewater treatment reactor, China architecture and building press, 2012

3. Shi Hanchang, Wen Qinxue, Bai Xue, Principle and application ofaerobic biological fluidized bed reactor for wastewater treatment, Science press, 2012

4. Shi Hanchang, KeXiyong, Liu Hui, Principle and application of on-line monitoring instruments for wastewater treatment, Chemical industry publisher, 2008.

Published Articles:

1. Zhou Xiao-hong, Liu Lan-hua, Xu Wei-qi, Song Bao-dong, Sheng Jian-wu, He Miao, Shi Han-chang, A reusable evanescent waveimmunosensor for highly sensitivedetection of bisphenolAin water samples, Scientific Report, 2014, 4 : 4572 p1-5

2. Zhou Xiao-hong, Song Bao-donga, Shi Han-chang, Liu Lan-hua, Guo Hong-li,He Miao, An evanescent wave multi-channel immunosensor system for thehighly sensitive detection of small analytes in water samples, Sensors and Actuators B 198 (2014) 150–156

3. Feng Long, Hanchang Shi,Hongchen Wang,Fluorescence resonance energy transfer based

aptasensor for the sensitive and selective detectionof 17b-estradiol using a quantum dot-bioconjugateas a nano-bioprobe,RSC Adv., 2014, 4, 2935-2941

4. Bing Li, Yong Qiu, Andrew Glidle,David McIlvenna,Qian Luo,Jon Cooper, Han-Chang Shi,Huabing Yin, Gradient Microfluidics Enables Rapid Bacterial Growth InhibitionTesting, Anal. Chem. 2014, 86, 3131−3137

5. HongliGuoa, XiaohongZhoua, Yan Zhang, Baodong Song, Lanhua Liu,Jingxuan Zhang, Hanchang Shia,Highly sensitive and rapid detection of melamine in milk products byplanar waveguide fluorescence immunosensor (PWFI), Sensors and Actuators B 194 (2014) 114– 119

6. Feng Long, Anna Zhu,Hanchang Shi, Hongchen Wang,Hapten-Grafted Graphene as a Transducer for HomogeneousCompetitive Immunoassay of Small Molecules,Anal. Chem. 2014, 86, 2862−2866

7. Bing Li, Yong Qiu, Andrew Glidle,Jon Cooper, HanChang Shi, HuaBing Yin, Single cell growth rate and morphologicaldynamics revealing an “opportunistic” persistence, Analyst, 2014, 139, 3305–3313

8. Xue Bai, HaixinGu, Wei Chen,Hanchang Shi, Immobilized Laccase on Activated Poly(Vinyl Alcohol)

Microspheres For Enzyme Thermistor Application, ApplBiochemBiotechnol (2014) 173:1097–1107

9. Feng Long ,Hanchang Shi, Simple and compact optode for real-timein-situ temperature detection in very smallsamples, Scientific Report, 2014,4 : 5009 p1-5

10. Han-Chang Shi, Bao-Dong Song, Feng Long, Xiao-Hong Zhou, Miao He, Qing Lv,Hai-Yang Yang, Automated Online Optical Biosensing System for Continuous Real-Time Determination of Microcystin-LR with High Sensitivity andSpecificity: Early Warning for Cyanotoxin Risk in Drinking WaterSources, Environ. Sci. Technol. 2013, 47, 4434−4441

11. Xiao-Hong Zhou, Lan-Hua Liu, Xue Bai, Han-Chang Shi, A reduced graphene oxide based biosensor for high-sensitive detection ofphenols in water samples, Sensors and Actuators B 181 (2013) 661– 667

12. Zhou Xiao-Hong, Zhang Ming-Kai, Yu Tong, Liu Yan-chen, Shi Han-Chang, Oxygen profiles in biofilms undergoing endogenous respiration, Chemical Engineering Journal 220 (2013) 452–458

13. Feng Long, Anna Zhu, Hanchang Shi, Hongchen Wang, Jingquan Liu, Rapid on-site/in-situ detection of heavymetal ions in environmental water using astructure-switching DNA opticalbiosensor, Scientific Report, 2013,3 : 2308 p1-7

14. Yanchen Liu, Hanchang Shi, Zhiqiang Wang, Long Fan, Huiming Shi, Approach to enhancing nitrogen removal performance with fluctuationof influent in an oxidation ditch system, Chemical Engineering Journal 219 (2013) 520–526

15. Feng Long, Anna Zhu, Hanchang Shi, Recent Advances in Optical Biosensors for Environmental

Monitoring and Early Warning, Sensors 2013, 13, 13928-13948