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辛辛那提大学Dionysios (Dion) D. Dionysiou教授来我校进行学术交流

2018-05-29来源:环境科学与生物工程学院作者:审核人:环境与生物工程学院编辑:阅读:963

  

528日下午,应环生学院邀请,美国辛辛那提大学Dionysios (Dion) D. Dionysiou教授来我校进行了学术交流,做了题为Treatment of Contaminants of Emerging Concern in Water Using Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Advanced Oxidation Processes的学术报告。环生学院、化工学院部分师生参加了此次报告会,报告会由环境与生物工程学院院长李健生教授主持。

Dion教授首先向在座师生介绍了辛辛那提大学和他所在课题组的相关情况,然后针对由富营养化所产生的蓝藻毒素以及个人护理品和药物等对饮用水源水质的冲击,从高级氧化处理技术入手,依次介绍了课题组在紫外-可见光催化氧化、羟基、硫酸根自由基氧化等领域的相关研究工作,并分享了高级氧化处理技术在实际污水处理厂的应用经验。

报告结束后,老师和同学们就光催化效率的提升、高级氧化处理技术的应用前景等关心的科学问题与Dion教授进行了深入探讨。

 报告人简介:

Dionysios (Dion) D. Dionysiou Ph.D. – Short Bio

Environmental Engineering and Science Program, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

  

    Professor Dionysiou was born on the Island of Cyprus. He is currently a UNESCO co-Chair Professor on “Water Access and Sustainability” and a Herman Schneider Professor of Environmental Engineering at the University of Cincinnati. He received a Diploma (B.S./M.S.) from the National Technical University of Athens, Greece and an M.S. from Tufts University, both in Chemical Engineering. He received his Ph.D. degree in Environmental Engineering from the University of Cincinnati in 2001. He teaches courses on water quality, treatment and reuse, advanced unit operations for water treatment, advanced oxidation technologies (AOPs), and physical-chemical processes for water quality control. His research interests include (i) physical chemical processes for treatment of surface water, groundwater, and industrial wastewater, (ii) AOPs, (iii) development of advanced functional materials, (iv) UV and solar light-based remediation processes, (v) treatment of contaminants of emerging concern, (vi) remediation of Harmful Algal Blooms/cyanotoxins, (vii) environmental nanotechnology, and (viii) water sustainability. He is serving as consultant of several environmental companies in the field of treatment of water, air, and soil.

    Dr. Dionysiou is the author or co-author of over 370 refereed journal publications (received over 24,500 citations, H-factor of 81; Google Scholar) and 140 conference proceedings, book chapters, and editorials. Dr. Dionysiou has also edited several books. He has received funding from NSF, EPA, NASA, NOAA/CICEET, USGS, USDA, Ohio Sea Grant, The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine/USAID, Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation, and DuPont. He is currently one of the editors of Chemical Engineering Journal (Elsevier), Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Advanced Oxidation Technologies, and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Environmental Engineering (ASCE). He is a member of the Editorial Boards of more than ten other journals. Dr. Dionysiou is fellow of the European Academy of Sciences, fellow of the American Chemical Society (ACS), fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) and recipient of several awards including the RSC Sustainable Water Award (2018), the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award, the 2017ARCADIS/AEESP Frontier in Research Award (2014), the Tufts University Graduate School Alumni Outstanding Career Achievement Award (2012), the Inaugural Super Reviewer Award (2011) and Excellence in Review Award (2008) from the journal Environmental Science and Technology (ACS); the AEESP Dissertation Advisor Award (2008); the NSF CAREER Award (2005); the DuPont Young Professor Award (2005); the 2007 Sigma Xi Award for Young Faculty, University of Cincinnati (UC) Chapter; the 2017 Rieveschl Award for Distinguished Scientific Research (UC); the College of Engineering and Applied Science Distinguished Engineering Researcher Award (2009, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016) and the 2006 College of Engineering Research Award for Young Faculty (UC); the American Water Works Association’s First Place Academic Achievement Award for Best Dissertation (2002); and the Journal of Environmental Engineering Editor’s Award (2001). His students also received numerous awards. Dr. Dionysiou has been featured in several international symposia, professional meetings, news media, and scientific publications. He has trained over 120 graduate and undergraduate students, postdoctoral associates, and visiting scholars in his laboratories.