报 告 人：张伟
Dr. Wei Zhang is an Assistant Professor of Environmental and Soil Physics at Michigan State University (MSU), USA. He received his Ph.D. degree in Environmental Engineering from Cornell University in 2010, his MS degree in Biosystems Engineering from Oklahoma State University in 2006, and his bachelor’s degree in Environmental Chemistry from Nanjing University in 2000. Wei is broadly interested in the quality and sustainability of soil and water resources, with emphasis on the movement of water, solutes, and ultra-fine particles (microorganisms, abiotic colloids, and engineered nanomaterials) and their interactions with contaminants in natural and engineered systems. His current research focuses on environmental processes and impacts of emerging contaminants including antibiotics, engineered nanoparticles, and emerging microbial pathogens. His research is supported by U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and other funding agencies. Wei has published 48 peer-reviewed articles in premier journals in environmental science such as Environmental Science & Technology (11 papers), and Water Research (7 papers), and given over 30 invited talks and over 70 conference presentations. His publications have been cited over 1100 times, with an H-index of 20. Wei currently serves as an Associate Editor for Journal of Environmental Quality, and Canadian Journal of Soil Science, and as a Guest Editor for Vadose Zone Journal. Wei actively review manuscripts for over 30 journals, and proposals for USDA and US National Science Foundation. He previously received the USDA New Investigator Award, US National Research Council Research Associateship Award, and Cornell Liu Memorial Award.