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Jinsheng Chen
Highest Education:
1799 Jimei Road, Xiamen
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Education and Appointments:

Ph. D. in environmental engineering, 2004-2007, Xiamen University, China
M.S. in environmental engineering, 2001-2003, Wuhan University, China
B.S. in industrial water treatment, 1988-1992, Wuhan University, China
1992-1997: Assistant engineer in water treatment, Xiamen Songyu Power Plant
1997-2007: Senior Engineer in flue gas pollution control, Xiamen Huaxia Power company.
2007-present: Associate professor, Institute of Urban Environment, CAS.

Main academic contributions:
Research Interest:
Inventory of atmospheric pollutant emissions; Atmospheric environmental chemistry; Air quality control technology
Selected Publications:

[1] XinWu, Jinsheng Chen*, et al. The air pollution governed by subtropical high in a coastal city in Southeast China Formation processes and influencing mechanisms. Science of the Total Environment. 2019, 692: 1135-1145.
[2] Zhenyu Hong, Jinsheng Chen*, et al. Secondary organic aerosol of PM2.5 in a mountainous forest area in southeastern China: molecular compositions and tracers implication. Science of the Total Environment, 2019, 653: 496-503.
[3] Yanru Zhang, Jinsheng Chen*, et al. Source regions and transport pathways of PM2.5 at a regional background site in East China. Atmospheric Environment, 2017, 167: 202-211.
[4] Youwei Hong, Jinsheng Chen*, et al. Pattern of atmospheric mercury speciation during episodes of elevated PM2.5 levels in a coastal city in the Yangtze River Delta, China, Environmental Pollution, 2016, 218: 259-268.
[5] Lingling Xu, Jinsheng Chen*, et al. Characteristics of total and methyl mercury in wet deposition in a coastal city, Xiamen, China: concentrations, fluxes and the relationship among components in precipitation. Atmospheric Environment, 2014, 99 10-16.
[6] Lingling Xu, Jinsheng Chen*, et al. Characteristics and sources of atmospheric mercury speciation in a coastal city, Xiamen, China. Chemosphere, 2015, 119: 530-539.
[7] Jifa Miao, Jinsheng Chen*, et al. The Combined Promotive Effect of SO2 and HCl on Pb-Poisoned Commercial NH3-SCR V2O5-WO3/TiO2 Catalysts. Catalysis Communications, 2019,125: 118-122.
[8] Yanke Yu, Jinsheng Chen*, et al. SO2 promoted in situ recovery of thermally deactivated Fe2(SO4)3/TiO2 NH3-SCR catalysts: From experimental work to theoretical study. Chemical Engineering Journal, 2019, 361: 820-829.
[9] Jinxiu Wang, Jinsheng Chen*, et al. Desulphurization Performance and Mechanism Study by in-situ DRIFTS of Activated Coke Modified by Oxidization. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 2016, 55: 3790~3796.
[10] Chi He, Jinsheng Chen*, et al. Low-temperature removal of toluene and propanal over highly active mesoporous CuCeOx catalysts synthesized via a simple self-precipitation protocol. Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 2014, 147: 156-166

Supported Projects:
(1)Characterization and source appointment of haze pollution in Xiamen(Project NO.: 3502Z20081117, Sponsored by the bureau of Science and Technology of Xiamen)
(2)Catalytic degradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons of coal combustion emissions(Project NO.: 2008BAC32B03, Sponsored by the Ministry of Science and Technology, China)