Professor School of Environmental Science and Engineering

Tzung-May Fu is currently a professor at Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech) in Shenzhen, China. She received her Ph.D. in earth and planetary sciences from Harvard University in 2007. She has been an associate professor with tenure and “Bairen” Professor in the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, Peking University, and assistant professor in the department of civil and structural engineering, Hong Kong polytechnic university. Her research interests are in air pollution, atmospheric chemistry, and chemistry-climate interactions, with particular emphases on organic gases and organic aerosols. Research topics include: inverse modeling of emissions using surface, aircraft, and satellite measurements; pollutant long-range transport; chemistry of volatile organic gases; secondary organic aerosol formation and evolution; air-sea exchange of organics; impact of climate on air quality; cloud-aerosol interaction; remote sensing of trace gases; aerosol composition measurements. She has won the National Natural Science Foundation of China Outstanding Young Scientist Fellowship in 2012 and Tu Chang Wang Award in Meteorological Science and Technology in 2013.

Personal Profile

 

Group website: https://fugroup.org

 

Education

2002.9 – 2007.9 Ph.D., Dept. of Earth & Planetary Sciences, Harvard University

2002.9 – 2005.6 S.M., School of Engineering & Applied Sciences, Harvard University

2000.9 – 2002.6 M.S., Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences, National Taiwan University

1996.9 – 2000.6 B.S., Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences, National Taiwan University

 

Professional experience

2019.4 – present Professor, School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Southern University of Science and Technology

2016.7 – 2019.3 Associate Professor with tenure, Dept. of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, Peking University

2010.6 – 2016.7 “Bairen” Professor (tenure-track Assistant Professor, 百人计划研究员), Dept. of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, Peking University

2008.1 – 2010.6 Assistant Professor, Dept. of Civil & Structural Engineering, Hong Kong Polytechnic University

2007.9 – 2007.12 Postdoctoral Fellow, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University

 

Research Area

My research interests are in air pollution, atmospheric chemistry, and chemistry-climate interactions, with particular emphases on organic gases and organic aerosols. Research topics include: inverse modeling of emissions using surface, aircraft, and satellite measurements; pollutant long-range transport; chemistry of volatile organic gases; secondary organic aerosol formation and evolution; air-sea exchange of organics; impact of climate on air quality; cloud-aerosol interaction; remote sensing of trace gases; aerosol composition measurements.

 

Honors

2012 National Natural Science Foundation of China Outstanding Young Scientist Fellowship (国家自然科学基金委优秀青年基金)

2012 Peking University School of Physics Zhong Sheng Biao Young Faculty Award (北京大学物理学院钟盛标青年教师奖)

2013 Tu Chang Wang Award in Meteorological Science and Technology (涂长望青年气象科技奖)

2015 Ministry of Education Chang Jiang Scholar Young Faculty (教育部青年长江学者)

Research

Professor Tzung-May Fu’s research interests are in air pollution, atmospheric chemistry, and chemistry-climate interactions, with particular emphases on organic gases and organic aerosols. Research topics include: inverse modeling of emissions using surface, aircraft, and satellite measurements; pollutant long-range transport; chemistry of volatile organic gases; secondary organic aerosol formation and evolution; air-sea exchange of organics; impact of climate on air quality; cloud-aerosol interaction; remote sensing of trace gases; aerosol composition measurements.


Teaching

1 Undergraduate courses

1.1 Atmospheric Pollution and Control

1.2 Meteorology and Climatology

2 Previous courses

2.1 Introduction to Atmospheric Sciences ( Undergraduate courses)

2.2 Introduction to Atmospheric Chemistry ( Undergraduate courses)

2.3 Climate Physics and Chemistry ( Graduate courses)

2.4 Atmospheric Aerosols ( Graduate courses)


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Professor Tzung-May Fu’s research interests are in air pollution, atmospheric chemistry, and chemistry-climate interactions, with particular emphases on organic gases and organic aerosols. Research topics include: inverse modeling of emissions using surface, aircraft, and satellite measurements; pollutant long-range transport; chemistry of volatile organic gases; secondary organic aerosol formation and evolution; air-sea exchange of organics; impact of climate on air quality; cloud-aerosol interaction; remote sensing of trace gases; aerosol composition measurements. She has published more than 40 high-level SCI papers in important journals, including 14 papers of the first/corresponding author, including top journals such as Nature Climate Change.

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