Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Department of Environmental Planning and Management
School of Environment, Nanjing University, Xianlin Campus, Box 24
163 Xianlin Avenue, Nanjing 210046, China
Tel/Fax: +86 25 89680533
2006.9 – 2010.1, Ph.D. (Environmental Science and Engineering), Tsinghua
2003.9 –2006.3, M.S. (Environmental Science), East China University of
Science and Technology;
1997.9 –2001.7, B.S. (Environmental Engineering), East China University
of Science and Technology;
Work and Training Experience
2010.1- , Nanjing University, Nanjing, China
Work as an assistant professor at School of the Environment, Nanjing
University. Research focuses on CHG accounting and management and air
pollution control in the cities.
2009.2-2009.5, Venice International University (VIU), Venice, Italy
Took part in the Tsinghua University- Venice International University
Exchange Program for Sustainable Development and studied at VIU.
2001.8 –2003.7, Jiangsu Suzhou Purification Group Co., Ltd, Suzhou,
Worked as an engineer to design the projects of wastewater treatment,
manage in field and take part in the project negotiation.
Global climate change and low carbon development (for graduates).
2010-2015, GHGs emission inventory of anthropogenic activities in
China, National Program on Key Basic Research Project (973 Program),
Financed by Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST);
2011-2013, Study on the characteristics of fuel consumption and
emission for city bus base on Portable Emission Monitoring System (PEMS),
Financed by National nature science foundation of China (51008155/E
2010-2011, Study on the characteristics and reduction potential of
GHGs and air pollutant emissions in Yangtze-river delta (Scientific
Research Foundation for Introduced Talent), Financed by Nanjing
2010-2011, Air pollution management of key enterprises based on
performance, Financed by Energy Foundation;
2011-2015, Greenhouse gas emission reduction policies and their
impacts on public health and well-being in urban areas (FP7 project),
Financed by EU;
2007.6-2008.8, Resource Optimization in Road Sector in PRC- Analysis
and Policy Recommendations, Financed by Asian Development Bank
2007.1-2008.3, Quantifying the Climate Impact of Global and European
Transport Systems (QUANTIFY) (FP6 project), Financed by EU;
2006.3-2007.12, Environmental impact assessment of the traffic plan
in Beijing, Financed by Beijing Environmental Protection Bureau;
2005-2006, Recommendation for Phase III/IV Gasoline Environmental
specifications and implementation, Financed by State Environmental
Protection Administration (SEPA) and Asian Clean Fuels Association (ACFA);
2004-2005, Studies on the Indicator System of Sustainable
Transportation in Shanghai, Financed by Energy Foundation.
Fu LX, Bi J, 2011.
CO2 and pollutant emissions from passenger cars in China.
in press, DOI: 10.1016/j.enpol.2011.03.013.
Fu LX, 2010. Developing a high-resolution vehicular emission inventory
by integrating an emission model and a traffic model: part 1—modeling
fuel consumption and emissions based on speed and vehicle specific
power. Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association,
Fu LX, Chen JC, 2010.
Developing a high-resolution vehicular emission inventory by integrating
an emission model and a traffic model: part 2—a case study in Beijing.
Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association, 60:
Fu LX, et al. 2010. Trends in vehicular emissions in China’s mega cities
from 1995 to 2005. Environmental Pollution, 158: 394-400.
Fu LX, 2009. Fuel consumption and emissions from passenger cars in
China. The Air & Waste Management Association’s (A&WMA) 102nd Annual
Conference & Exhibition, Detroit, MI, U.S.A. (Second place in the
competition of doctoral posters)
Fu LX, Lin X, et al, 2009.
A bottom-up methodology to estimate vehicle emissions for the Beijing
urban area. Science of the Total Environment, 407
Fu LX., Zhou Y, Li H, 2008.
Modelling of the fuel consumption for passenger cars regarding driving
characteristics. Transportation Research Part D, 13:
Chen CH, Huang C, Fu LX, 2008.
On-road vehicle emission inventory and its uncertainty analysis for
Shanghai, China. Science of the Total Environment,
Chen CH, Huang C, Jing QG, Wang HK, Pan HS, Li L, Zhao J, Dai Y,
Huang HYg, Lee Schipper and David G. Streets. 2007. On-road emission
characteristics of heavy-duty diesel vehicles in Shanghai.
Atmospheric Environment, 41(26): 5334-5344.
Du X, Fu LX, Ge WH, Zhang SJ, Wang HK. 2011.
Exposure of taxi drivers and office workers to traffic-related
pollutants in Beijing: A note.
Transportation Research Part D,
16 (1): 78-81.