Assistant Professor School of Environmental Science and Engineering
Dr. Chen Wang received her PhD in Environment Chemistry at University of Toronto. Dr. Wang joined School of Environmental Science and Engineering at SUSTech in June 2021, as an Assistant Professor. Dr. Wang’s research interests include indoor air quality, atmospheric multiphase reactive processes, formation of secondary aerosols and gaseous products, and the association between indoor and outdoor air pollution, etc. With both laboratory studies and field measurements, her research focuses on the behavior of pollutants, multiphase partitioning, chemical transformation, and the differences between indoor and outdoor atmospheric chemistry. She has published over 30 papers in top journals in environmental and atmospheric science, including Science Advances, Environmental Science & Technology, etc., and co-authored a book chapter, with a total citation count of over 1200. She was selected as MIT Civil and Environmental Engineering Rising Star in 2019 and as Atmospheric Chemistry Colloquium for Emerging Senior Scientists (ACCESS XIV) in 2017.
1. Atmospheric multiphase chemistry
2. Indoor air chemistry
3. Indoor and outdoor atmospheric pollution