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Maosheng Yao, PhD （要茂盛 博士）
”100 Scholar Program" Professor
2006-2007: Postdoctoral associate, Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
2003-2006: PhD. in Environmental Science, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA,
1999-2001: Master of Environmental Engineering, The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA
1994-1998: Bachelor of Engineering, Central South University, Changsha, Hunan, China
2007/8-present: "100 Scholar Program" Professor, College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Peking University, China
You will be here(2012)
Undergraduate student (graduated in 2008) now at Princeton University
Thesis: Minghui Diao and Maosheng Yao* (2009), Use of Zero-Valent Iron Nanoparticles in Inactivating Microbes, Water Research, 43:5243-5251
Undergraduate student (graduated in 2008) now at Imperial College London
Thesis: Shuofei Dong and Maosheng Yao* (2010), Exposure Assessment in Beijing: Biological Agents, Ultrafine Particles and Heavy Metals , Enviornmental Monitoring and Assessment, 170: 331-343.
Undergraduate student (graduated in 2009), now attending Johns Hopkins University
Thesis: Chenqi Xie, Fangxia Shen and Maosheng Yao* (2010), A Novel Method for Measuring the Charge Distribution of Airborne Microbes, Aerobiologia, 27:135-145
Undergraduate student( graduated in 2009 ),now at Peking University for PhD study
Thesis: Tianjia Guan and Maosheng Yao* (2010), Use of Carbon Nanotube Filter in Removing Bioaerosols, Journal of Aerosol Science, 6: 611-620 (Top 10 hottest articles)
He qishuang (graduated in 2009) , now attending Peking University for PhD study
Thesis: Qishuang He and Maosheng Yao* (2011), Integration of High Volume Portable Aerosol-to-Hydrosol Sampling and qPCR in Monitoring Bioaerosols, Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 13:706-712.
Tan Miaomiao, postdoc (June 2008-June 2010)
Miaomiao Tan, Fangxia Shen,Maosheng Yao* , and Tong Zhu(2011), Development of an Automated Electrostatic Sampler (AES) For Bioaerosol Sensing, Aerosol Science & Technology, 45: 1154-1160 (Special Issue).
Miaomiao Tan, Fangxia Shen and Maosheng Yao* (2011),Use of a Novel Conductance-Based Technology for Realtime Environmental Bacterial Sensing, Journal of Electrostatics, In Review.