Yuxuan Zhang

Research Scientist


 2012 - 2016Ph.D. in Environmental Science and Technology - Tsinghua University
 2009 - 2012M.Sc. in Environmental Science - Beijing Forestry University
 2005 - 2019B.Sc. in Environmental Science - University of Jinan
 2020.08 - presentResearch Scientist, School of Atmospheric Sciences, Nanjing University
 2017 - 2020Postdoctoral Researcher, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry, Mainz, Germany
 2016 - 2017Research Assistant, Department of Earth Science, Tsinghua University
Research Interests

   Black carbon and its climate effect
   Atmospheric multiphase processes
   Aerosol formation and transformation

Teaching interests

   Atmospheric Chemistry
   Atmospheric Measurement Techniques

Atmospheric Measurement Techniques
 1.Zhang, Y., Su, H., Kecorius, S., Ma, N., Wang, Z., Sun, Y., Zhang, Q., Pöschl, U., Wiedensohler, A., Andreae, M.O., and Cheng, Y.: Extremely low-volatility organic coating leads to underestimation of black carbon climate impact, One Earth, 6 (2), 158-166, 2023.
 2.Zhang, Y.,* Zhang, Q., Wu, N., and Ding, A.: Weakened haze mitigation induced by enhanced aging of black carbon in China, Environmental Science & Technology, 56 (12), 7629-7636, 2022.
 3.Zhang, Y., Zhang, Q., Yao, Z., and Li H.: Particle size and mixing state of freshly emitted black carbon from different combustion sources in China, Environmental Science & Technology, 54, 13, 7766-7774, 2020.
 4.Zhang, Y., Li, M., Cheng, Y., Geng, G., Hong, C., Li, H., Li, X., Tong, D., Wu, N., Zhang, X., Zheng, B., Zheng, Y., Bo, Y., Su, H., and Zhang, Q.: Modeling the aging process of black carbon during atmospheric transport using a new approach: a case study in Beijing, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 19, 9663-9680, 2019.
 5. Li, M., Zhang, Q. (*), Zheng, B., Tong, D., Lei, Y., Liu, F., Hong, C., Kang, S., Yan, L., Zhang, Y. (*), Bo, Y., Su, H., Cheng, Y., and He, K.: Persistent growth of anthropogenic non-methane volatile organic compound (NMVOC) emissions in China during 1990–2017: drivers, speciation and ozone formation potential, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 19, 8897-8913, 2019.
 6.Zhang, Y., Su, H., Ma, N., Li, G., Kecorius, S., Wang, Z., Hu, M., Zhu, T., He K., Wiedensohler, A., Zhang, Q., Cheng, Y.: Sizing of ambient particles from a single-particle soot photometer measurement to retrieve mixing state of black carbon at a regional site of the North China Plain. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, https://doi.org/10.1029/2018JD028810, 2018.
 7.Zhang, Y., Zhang, Q., Cheng, Y., Su, H., Li, H., Li, M., Zhang, X., Ding, A., and He, K.: Amplification of light absorption of black carbon associated with air pollution, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 18, 9879-9896, 2018.
 8.Zhang, Y., Li, X., Li, M., Zheng, Y., Geng, G., Hong, C., Li, H., Tong, D., Zhang, X., Cheng, Y., Su, H., He, K., and Zhang, Q.: Reduction in black carbon light absorption due to multi-pollutant emission control during APEC China 2014, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 18, 10275-10287, 2018.
 9.Zhang, Y., Zhang, Q., Cheng, Y., Su, H., Kecorius, S., Wang, Z., Wu, Z., Hu, M., Zhu, T., Wiedensohler, A., and He, K.: Measuring the morphology and density of internally mixed black carbon with SP2 and VTDMA: new insight into the absorption enhancement of black carbon in the atmosphere, Atmos. Meas. Tech., 9, 1833-1843, 2016.
 10.Zhang, Y., Zhang, P. Y., Guo, J. B., Ma, W. F., Xiao, L. P.: Spectroscopic analysis and biodegradation potential study of dissolved organic matters in sewage sludge treated with high-pressure homogenization, Bioresource Technology, 135, 616-621, 2013.
 11.Zhang, Y., Zhang, P. Y., Guo, J. B., Ma, W. F., Fang, W., Ma, B. Q., and Xu, X. Z.: Sewage sludge solubilization by high-pressure homogenization, Water Science & Technology, 67(11), 2399-2405, 2013.
 12.Zhang, Y., Zhang, P. Y., Zhang, G. M., Ma, W. F., Wu, H., Ma, B. Q.: Sewage sludge disintegration by combined treatment of alkaline + high pressure homogenization, Bioresource Technology, 123,514-519, 2012.
 13.Zhang, Y., Zhang, P. Y., Ma, B. Q., Wu, H., Zhang, S., Xu, X.: Sewage sludge disintegration by high-pressure homogenization: A sludge disintegration model. Journal of Environmental Sciences, 24, 814-820, 2012.
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