Xiaoxiong ‘George’ Wang

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Ph.D. Environmental Engineering, Tsinghua University, 2018

B.S. Chemical Engineering, Tsinghua University, 2013


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Xiaoxiong ‘George’ Wang is a postdoctoral associate in Prof. Elimelech’s research group at Yale University. His research is focusing on the development of electroactive reactive membranes for water treatment and membrane fouling mitigation.

Xiaoxiong received his Ph.D. degree in Environmental Engineering at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, and B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering at Tsinghua University. He was supervised by Prof. Hongying Hu during doctoral study and his major research was the treatment of reverse osmosis concentrate from municipal wastewater reclamation plants by microalgae cultivation.

Outside of the lab, Xiaoxiong loves singing. He has participated in more than 50 performances as soloist or tenor of chorus, including National Musical Performance ‘The Road to Revival’ for the 60th Anniversary Celebration of China and Tsinghua University’s Centenary Celebration Gala. He served as the head of Tsinghua Chorus and the minister of the Culture Department, Graduate Union of Tsinghua University. Other than that, Xiaoxiong enjoys spending time with his family.

 
 

 

Publications

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  1. Xiaoxiong Wang, Meng Sun, Yumeng Zhao, Chi Wang, Wen Ma, Michael S. Wong, Menachem Elimelech. In situ electrochemical generation of reactive chlorine species for efficient ultrafiltration membrane self-cleaning. Environmental Science & Technology, 2020, 54 (11): 6997-7007.

  2. Xiaoxiong Wang, Tianyuan Zhang, Guohua Dao, Zibin Xu, Yinhu Wu, Hongying Hu. Assessment and mechanisms of microalgae growth inhibition by phosphonates: Effects of intrinsic toxicity and complexation. Water Research, 2020, 186: 116333.

  3. Xiaoxiong Wang, Guohua Dao, Linlan Zhuang, Tianyuan Zhang, Yinhu Wu, Hongying Hu. Enhanced simultaneous removal of nitrogen, phosphorous, hardness, and methylisothiazolinone from reverse osmosis concentrate by suspended-solid phase cultivation of Scenedesmus sp. LX1. Environment International, 2020, 139: 105685.

  4. Xiaoxiong Wang, Wenlong Wang, Guohua Dao, Zibin Xu, Tianyuan Zhang, Yinhu Wu, Hongying Hu. Mechanism and kinetics of methylisothiazolinone removal by cultivation of Scenedesmus sp. LX1. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2020, 386: 121959.

  5. Xiaoxiong Wang, Qiqi Zhang, Yinhu Wu, Guohua Dao, Tianyuan Zhang, Yi Tao, Hongying Hu. The light-dependent lethal effects of 1,2-benzisothiazol-3(2H)-one and its biodegradation by freshwater microalgae. Science of the Total Environment, 2019, 672: 563-571.

  6. Xiaoxiong Wang, Tianyuan Zhang, Guohua Dao, Hongying Hu. Tolerance and resistance characteristics of microalgae Scenedesmus sp. LX1 to methylisothiazolinone. Environmental Pollution, 2018, 241: 200-211.

  7. Xiaoxiong Wang, Tianyuan Zhang, Guohua Dao, Hongying Hu. Interaction between 1,2-benzisothiazol-3(2H)-one and microalgae: Growth inhibition and detoxification mechanism. Aquatic Toxicology, 2018, 205: 66-75.

  8. Xiaoxiong Wang, Yinhu Wu, Tianyuan Zhang, Xueqiao Xu, Guohua Dao, Hongying Hu. Simultaneous nitrogen, phosphorous, and hardness removal from reverse osmosis concentrate by microalgae cultivation. Water Research, 2016, 94: 215-224.

  9. Xiaoxiong Wang, Hongying Hu, Dehua Liu, Yuanquan Song. The implementation of high fermentative 2,3-butanediol production from xylose by simultaneous additions of yeast extract, Na(2)EDTA, and acetic acid. New Biotechnology, 2016, 33(1): 16-22.