清华大学环境学院

School of Environment

 

Name:
WU Ye
Division:Division of Air Pollution and Its Control
Position:Professor,Vice Dean
Address:
School of Environment, Tsinghua University, 100084 Beijing
Telephone:
(86)-10-62796947
E-mail:
ywu@tsinghua.edu.cn

Education background

Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering, Sep 2002, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

M.S. in Environmental Engineering, Sep 2002, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

B.S. in Water and Wastewater Engineering, Jul 1998, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

Experience

2014.12-present   Professor, School of Environment, Tsinghua University

2007.10-2014.11  Associate Professor, School of Environment, Tsinghua University

2006.1-2007.9  Assistant Professor, Center for Transportation Research, Argonne National Laboratory, USA

2002.12-2005.12 Postdoctoral Associate, Center for Transportation Research, Argonne National Laboratory, USA

Areas of Research Interests/ Research Projects

Research Area:

1. Life-cycle analysis of energy/environmental impacts of transportation system

2. Vehicle emission control

3. Regional/global emission inventories

Selected Research Projects:

1. Cost benefit analysis of regional air pollution control, Ministry of Environmental Protection, 2015-2017

2. Emission profiles of diesel vehicles in China, National Natural Science Foundation, 2014-2016

3. Analysis on social cost and infrastructure for new energy vehicles in China, Toyota Motor Company, 2012-2015

4. Life-cycle analysis of new energy vehicles in China, Energy Foundation and GIZ, 2012-2015

5. Vehicle activity data survey in China, Ford Motor Company, 2013-2016

6. Electric bus demonstration in Macao, Macao government and Ministry of Science and Technology, 2013-2014

7. NOX emission control of light-duty vehicles in China. Ministry of Environmental Protection, 2012-2014

8. Characteristics of sub-micron particles near major roads in Beijing, National Natural Science Foundation, 2010-2012

9. Resource availability and energy, CO2 emission and cost impacts of major automobile batteries in China, Ford Motor Company, 2010-2012

10. Control and technology demo on vehicles and electrical waste in Macao, National 863 project, 2009-2011

11. Building motor vehicle emission factor model in Beijing, Beijing Environmental Protection Bureau, 2008-2010

12. Projection of Chinese motor vehicle growth and CO2 emissions through 2030 with different propulsion/fuel system scenarios, Toyota Motor Company, 2008-2010

13. Energy and environmental impacts of electrical vehicles in China, State Grid Company, 2009-2010

14. GREET Analysis for H2A: Simulating Energy and Emission Impacts of Various Pathways of H2 Fuel Cell Vehicles, US Department of Energy, 2004-2007

15. Mercury Emissions in China. National Energy Technology Laboratory, 2003-2006

Academic Achievement

Books:

1) Feng XB, Streets DG, Hao JM, Wu Y, Li GH. Mercury emissions from industrial sources in China. In: Mercury fate and transport in the global atmosphere: emissions, measurements and models, by Pirrone N and Mason R, p67-79. Springer, 2009

2) Streets DG, Hao JM, Wang SX, Wu Y. Mercury emissions from coal combustion in China. In: Mercury fate and transport in the global atmosphere: emissions, measurements and models, by Pirrone N and Mason R, p51-65. Springer, 2009

3) Jiming Hao, Lixin Fu, Kebin He, Ye Wu. Urban vehicular pollution control--international experience and Chinese practice. China Environmental Science Press, Beijing, China, 2001.

Selected Journal Articles:

1) Zhang SJ, Wu Y *, Hu JN, Huang RK, Zhou Y, Bao XF, Fu LX, Hao JM. Can Euro V heavy-duty diesel engines, diesel hybrid and alternative fuel technologies mitigate NOX emissions? New evidence from on-road tests of buses in China. Applied Energy, 2014, 132, 118-126.

2) Zhang SJ, Wu Y *, Liu H, Huang RK, Yang LHZ, Li ZH, Fu LX, Hao JM. Real-world fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of urban public buses in Beijing. Applied Energy, 2014, 113, 1645-1655.

3) Wu Y *, Yang L, Zheng X, Zhang SJ, Song SJ, Li JQ, Hao JM. Characterization and source apportionment of particulate PAHs in the roadside environment in Beijing. Science of the Total Environment, 2014, 470-471, 76-83.

4) Zhang SJ, Wu Y *, Liu H, Huang RK, Un PK, Zhou Y, Fu LX, Hao JM. Real-world fuel consumption and CO2 (carbon dioxide) emissions by driving conditions for light-duty passenger vehicles in China. Energy, 2014, 69, 247-257.

5) Zhang SJ, Wu Y *, Wu X, Li ML, Ge YS, Liang B, Xu YY, Zhou Y, Liu H, Fu LX, Hao JM. Historical and future trends of vehicle emissions in Beijing, 1998-2020: a policy assessment for the most stringent vehicle emission control program in China. Atmospheric Environment, 2014, 89, 216-229.

6) Song SJ, Wu Y *, Zheng X, Wang ZS, Yang L, Li JQ, Hao JM. Chemical characterization of roadside PM2.5 and black carbon in Macao during a summer campaign, Atmospheric Pollution Research, 2014, 5, 381-387.

7) Wang ZS, Wu Y *, Zhou Y, Li ZH, Wang Y, Zhang SJ, Hao JM. Real-world emissions of gasoline passenger cars in Macao and their correlation with driving conditions, International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, 2014, 11: 1135-1146.

8) Zhou Y, Wu Y *, Zhang SJ, Fu LX, Hao JM. Evaluating the emission status of light-duty gasoline vehicles and motorcycles in Macao with real-world remote sensing measurement. Journal of Environmental Sciences, 2014, 26, 2240-2248.

9) Wang CY, Wu Y *, Jang JK, Zhang SJ, Li ZH, Zheng X, Hao JM. Impacts of load mass on real-world PM1 mass and number emissions from a heavy-duty diesel bus, International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, 2014, DOI: 10.1007/s13762-013-0473-z.

10) Yang L, Wu Y *, Li JQ, Song SJ, Zheng X, Hao JM. Mass concentrations and temporal profiles of PM10, PM2.5 and PM1 near major urban roads in Beijing. Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering, 2014, DOI: 10.1007/s11783-014-0731-4.

11) Gao JJ, Tian HZ, Cheng K, Lu L, Wang YX, Wu Y, Zhu CY, Liu KY, Zhou JR, Liu XG, Chen J, Hao JM. Seasonal and spatial variation of trace elements in multi-size airborne particulate matters of Beijing, China : Mass concentration, enrichment characteristics, source apportionment, chemical speciation and bioavailability. Atmospheric Environment, 2014, 99, 257-265. Atmospheric Environment, 2013, 77, 213-221.

12) Song SJ, Wu Y *, Xu JY, Ohara T, Hasegawa S, Li JQ, Yang L, Hao JM. Black carbon at a roadside site in Beijing: temporal variations and relationships with carbon monoxide and particle number size distribution, Atmospheric Environment, 2013, 77, 213-221.

13) Zhang SJ, Wu Y *, Liu H, Wu X, Zhou Y, Yao ZL, Fu LX, He KB, Hao JM. Historical evaluation of vehicle emission control in Guangzhou based on a multi-year emission inventory. Atmospheric Environment, 2013, 76, 32-42.

14) Liu XL, Wang SX, Zhang L, Wu Y, Duan L, Hao JM. Speciation of mercury in FGD gypsum and mercury emission during the wallboard production in China. Fuel, 2013, 111, 621-627

15) Liu H, Wang XM, Zhang J, He KB, Wu Y, Xu J. Emission controls and changes in air quality in Guangzhou during the Asian Games. Atmospheric Environment, 2013, 76, 81-93.

16) Yao ZL, Zhang YZ, Shen XB, Wang X, Wu Y, He KB. Impacts of temporary traffic control measures on vehicular emissions during the Asian Games in Guangzhou, China. Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association, 2013, 63, 11-19.

17) Wu Y, Zhang SJ, Li ML, Ge YS, Shu JW, Zhou Y, Xu YY, Hu JN, Liu H, Fu LX, He KB, Hao JM. The Challenge to NOX Emission Control for Heavy-duty Diesel Vehicles in China. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2012, 12, 9365-9379.

18) Wu Y *, Yang ZD, Lin BH, Liu H, Wang RJ, Zhou BY, Hao JM. Energy consumption and CO2 emission impacts of vehicle electrification in three developed regions of China. Energy Policy, 2012, 48, 537-550.

19) Yue X, Wu Y, Huang XJ, Ma Y, Pang Y, Bao XF, Hao JM. Impact of gasoline engine deposits on light duty vehicle emissions: in-use case study in Beijing, China. Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering, 2012, 6, 717-724.

20) Du X, Wu Y *, Fu LX, Wang SX, Zhang SJ, Hao JM. Intake fraction of PM2.5 and NOx from vehicle emissions in Beijing based on personal exposure data. Atmospheric Environment, 2012, 57, 233-243.

21) Song SJ, Wu Y, Jiang JK, Yang L, Cheng Y, Hao JM. Chemical characteristics of size-resolved PM2.5 at a roadside environment in Beijing, China. Environmental Pollution, 2012, 161, 215-221.

22) Hu JN, Wu Y *, Wang ZS, Li ZH, Zhou Y, Wang HT, Bao XF, Hao JM. Real-world fuel efficiency and exhaust emissions of light-duty diesel vehicles and their correlation with road conditions. Journal of Environmental Sciences, 2012, 24, 865-874.

23) Ji SG, Cherry C, Bechle M, Wu Y, Marshall J. Electric vehicles in China: emissions and health impacts. Environmental Science & Technology, 2012, 46, 2018-2024.

24) Wang X, Westerdahl D, Hu JN, Wu Y, Ying H, Pan XC, Zhang M. On-road diesel vehicle emission factors for nitrogen oxides and black carbon in two Chinese cities. Atmospheric Environment, 2012, 46, 45-55.

25) Wang CY, Wu Y, Li ZH, Hao JM. Impact of ambient temperature and pressure on PM2.5 emission profiles of light-duty diesel vehicles. International Journal of Nanoscience, 2012, 11 (6)

26) Wu Y, Wang RJ, Zhou Y, Lin BH, Fu LX, He KB, Hao JM. On-road vehicle emission control in Beijing: past, present and future. Environmental Science & Technology, 2011, 45, 147-153.

27) Yang L, Wu Y, Davis J, Hao JM. Estimating the effects of meteorology on PM2.5 reduction during the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing, China. Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering in China, 2011, 5, 331-341.

28) Wang X, Westerdahl D, Wu Y, Pan XC, Zhang M. On-road emission factor distributions of individual diesel vehicles in and around Beijing, China. Atmospheric Environment, 2011, 45, 503-513.

29) Wu Y *, Streets DG, Wang SX, Hao JM. Uncertainties in estimating mercury emissions from coal-fired power plants in China. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10, 2937-2947.

30) Zhou Y, Wu Y, Yang L, Fu LX, He KB, Wang SX, Hao JM, Chen JC, Li CY. The impact of transportation control measures on emission reductions during the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China. Atmospheric Environment, 2010, 44, 285-293.

31) Wang SX, Zhao M, Xing J, Wu Y, Zhou Y, Lei Y, He KB, Fu LX, Hao JM. Quantifying the air pollutants emission reduction during the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. Environmental Science & Technology, 44, 2490-2496, 2010.

32) Wang SX, Zhang L, Li GH, Wu Y, Hao JM, Pirrone N, Sprovieri F, Ancora MP. Mercury emission and speciation of coal-fired power plants in China. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10, 1183-1192.

33) Wang SX, Zhang L, Wu Y, Zhao Y, Hao JM. Synergistic mercury removal by conventional pollutant control strategies for coal-fired power plants in China. Journal of Air and Waste Management Association, 2010, 60, 722-730.

34) Wang SX, Song JX, Li GH, Wu Y, Zhang L, Wang Q, Streets DG, Chin C, Hao JM. Estimating mercury emissions from a zinc smelter in relation to China’s mercury control policies. Environmental Pollution, 2010, 158, 3347-3353

35) Huo H, Wu Y, Wang MQ. Total versus urban: Well-to-wheels assessment of criteria pollutant emissions from various vehicle/fuel systems. Atmospheric Environment, 2009, 43: 1796-1804.

36) Streets DG, Zhang Q, Wu Y. Projections of global mercury emissions in 2050. Environmental Science & Technology, 2009, 43: 2983-2988.

37) Wang X, Westerdahl D, Chen LC, Wu Y, Hao JM, Pan XC, Guo XB, Zhang M. Evaluating the air quality impacts of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games: on-road emission factors and black carbon profiles. Atmospheric Environment, 2009, 43: 4535-4543.

38) Streets DG, Yan F, Chin M, Diehl T, Mahowald N, Schultz M, Wild M, Wu Y, Yu C. Anthropogenic and natural contributions to regional trends in aerosol optical depth, 1980–2006. Journal of Geophysical Research, 2009, 114, D00D18, doi: 10.1029/2008JD011624.

39) Han S, Kondo Y, Oshima N, Takegawa N, Miyazaki Y, Hu M, Lin P, Deng Z, Zhao Y, Sugimoto N, Wu Y. Temporal variations of elemental carbon in Beijing. Journal of Geophysical Research, 2009, 114, D23202, doi: 10.1029/2009JD012027.

40) Subramanyan K, Wu Y, Diwekar UM, Wang MQ. New Stochastic Simulation Capability Applied to the GREET Model, the International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 2008, 13(3): 278-285.

41) Joseck F, Wang MQ, Wu Y. Potential energy and greenhouse gas emission effects of hydrogen production from coke oven gas in U.S. steel mills, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2008, 33: 1445-1454.

42) Streets DG, Yu C, Wu Y, Chin M, Zhao ZC, Hayasakae T, Shi GY. Aerosol trends over China, 1980-2000. Atmospheric Research, 2008, 88: 174-182.

43) Wu Y *, Wang SX, Streets DG, Hao JM, Chan M. Trends in Anthropogenic Mercury Emissions in China from 1995 to 2003. Environmental Science & Technology, 2006, 40: 5312-5318.

44) Wu Y *, Wang MQ, Vyas A, Wade D, Taiwo T. Well-to-Wheels Analysis of Energy Use and Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Hydrogen Produced with Nuclear Energy, Nuclear Technology, 2006, 155, 192-207.

45) Wu Y, Wang MQ, Sharer P, Rousseau A. Well-to-Wheels Results of Energy Use, Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Criteria Air Pollutant Emissions of Selected Vehicle/Fuel Systems. 2006 SAE Transactions, Journal of Engines, 2006, 210-222.

46) Wu M, Wu Y, Wang MQ. Energy and Emission Benefits of Alternative Transportation Liquid Fuels Derived from Switchgrass: A Fuel Life Cycle Assessment. Biotechnology Progress, 2006, 22: 1012-1024.

47) Streets DG, Wu Y, Chin M. Two-decadal Aerosol Trends as a Likely Explanation of the Global Dimming/Brightening Transition. Geophysical Research Letters, 2006, 33, L15806, doi: 10.1029/2006GL026471.

48) Streets DG, Zhang Q, Wang LT, He KB, Hao JM, Wu Y, Tang YH, Gregory Carmichael. Revisiting China’s CO Emissions after TRACE-P: Synthesis of Inventories, Atmospheric Modeling, and Observations. Journal of Geophysical Research, 2006, 111, D14306, doi: 10.1029/2006JD007118.

49) Larsen R, Wang MQ, Wu Y, Vyas A, Santini D, Mintz M. Might Canadian Oil Sands Promote Hydrogen Production for Transportation? Greenhouse Gas Emission Implications of Oil Sands Recovery and Upgrading. World Resource Review, 2005, 17(2): 220-242.

50) Streets DG, Hao JM, Wu Y, Jiang JK, Chan M, Tian HZ, Feng XB. Anthropogenic Mercury Emissions in China. Atmospheric Environment, 2005, 39: 7789-7806.

51) Wu Y, Hao JM, Fu LX, Hu JN, Wang ZS, Tang UW. Chemical characteristics of airborne particulate matter near major roads and at background locations in Macao, China. The Science of the Total Environment, 2003, 317(1-3): 159-172.

52) Wu Y, Hao JM, Fu LX, Wang ZS, Tang UW. Vertical and horizontal profile of airborne particulate matter near major roads in Macao, China. Atmospheric Environment, 2002, 36(31): 4907-4918.

53) Hao JM, Wu Y, Fu LX, He DQ, He KB. Source contributions to ambient concentrations of CO and NOX in the urban area of Beijing. Journal of Environmental Science and Health, 2001, A36(2): 215-228.

54) Hao JM, He DQ, Wu Y, Fu LX, He KB. Study of the emission and concentration distribution of vehicular pollutants in the urban area of Beijing. Atmospheric Environment, 2000, 34(3): 453-465.