Haikun Wang Ph.D.
 
     
 
     
     
 

 

Haikun Wang

Ph.D., Associate Professor

Department of Environmental Planning and Management

School of Environment, Nanjing University, Xianlin Campus, Box 24

163 Xianlin Avenue, Nanjing 210042, China

Tel/Fax: +86 25 89680533

Email: wanghk@nju.edu.cn

Education

2006.9 – 2010.1, Ph.D. (Environmental Science and Engineering), Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

2003.9 –2006.3, M.S. (Environmental Science), East China University of Science and Technology, Shanghai, China

1997.9 –2001.7, B.S. (Environmental Engineering), East China University of Science and Technology, Shanghai, China

Research Experience

2013.8- , Visiting Scholar, Harvard University, Boston, MA, USA

2011.12- , Associate Professor, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China

2010.2- 2011.11, Assistant Professor, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China

2009.2-2009.5, Exchange Student, Venice International University (VIU), Venice, Italy

Teaching

Global change and environment (for undergraduates)

Global climate change and low carbon development (for graduates)

Research Interests

Urban energy and environmental management

Regional mitigation and adaptation of climate change

Urban traffic pollutions control

Selected Publications (SCI&SSCI)

[1]     Wang HS, Wang YX, Wang HK*, Liu MM, Zhang YX, Zhang RR, Bi J. 2013. Mitigating greenhouse gas emissions from China’s cities: case study of Suzhou. Energy Policy, 10.1016/j.enpol.2013.12.066

[2]     Yang JM, Xu RY, Cai ZJ, Bi J, Wang HK*. 2014. Influencing Factors on Forest Biomass Carbon Storage in Eastern China – A Case Study of Jiangsu Province. BioResources, 9: 357-371.

[3]     Bi J, Young OR*, Costanza R, Liu L, Kasperson R, Qi Y, Guttman D, Jiang K, Mazmanian D, Zhang S, Zhang J, Osherenko G, Percival R, Zhang B, Wang HK, He P, Liu M. 2013. Same dream, different beds: Can America and China take effective steps to solve the climate problem. Global Environmental Change, doi/:10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2013.11.015

[4]     Liu MM, Wang HK*, Wang HM, Oda T, Zhao Y, Yang XH, Zhang RR, Zhang B, Bi J, Chen JM. 2013. Refined estimate of China’s CO2 emissions in spatiotemporal distributions. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 13: 10873-10882

[5]     Wang HS, Lei Y, Wang HK*, Liu MM, Yang J, Bi J. 2013. Carbon reduction potentials of China’s industrial parks: a case study of Suzhou industry park. Energy, 55: 668-675

[6]     Zhou YC, Zhang B*, Wang HK, Bi J. 2013. Drops of energy: conserving urban water to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Environmental Science & Technology, 47: 10753-10761

[7]     Wang HK, Zhang RR, Liu MM, Bi J*. 2012. The carbon emissions of Chinese cities. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 12: 6197-6206.

[8]     Bi J, Zhang RR, Wang HK*, Liu MM, Wu Y. 2011. The benchmarks of carbon emissions and policy implications for China‘s cities: case of Nanjing. Energy Policy, 39: 4785-4794.

[9]     Wang HK, Fu LX, Bi J*. 2011. CO2 and pollutant emissions from passenger cars in China. Energy Policy, 39: 3005-3011.

[10] Wang HK* and 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, 60: 1463-1470.

[11] Wang HK*, 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: 1471-1475.

[12] Wang HK, Fu LX*, Zhou Y, Du X, Ge WH. 2010. Trends in vehicular emissions in China’s mega cities from 1995 to 2005. Environmental Pollution, 158: 394-400.

[13] Wang HK, Fu LX*, Lin X, Zhou Y, Chen JC. 2009. A bottom-up methodology to estimate vehicle emissions for the Beijing urban area. Science of the Total Environment, 407: 1947-1953.

[14] Wang HK, Fu LX*, Zhou Y, Li H. 2008. Modelling of the fuel consumption for passenger cars regarding driving characteristics. Transportation Research Part D, 13: 479-482.

[15] Wang HK, Chen CH, Huang C, Fu LX*. 2008. On-road vehicle emission inventory and its uncertainty analysis for Shanghai, China. Science of the Total Environment, 398: 60-67.

[16] Chen CH*, Huang C, Jing QG, Wang HK, Pan HS, Li L, Zhao J, Dai Y, Huang HY, Schipper L, Streets DG. 2007. On-road emission characteristics of heavy-duty diesel vehicles in Shanghai. Atmospheric Environment, 41: 5334-5344.

[17] 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: 78-81.