WANG Qin’geng, Ph.D.


WANG Qin’geng, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
School of the Environment
Nanjing University
Nanjing, 210093
P.R. China
Tel./Fax: +86-25-83596516


2003-2005: Post Doctor, at Graduate School of Life and Environmental Science, 
                      Tsukuba University, Japan;

1998-2001: Ph.D. in Atmospheric Physics and Atmospheric Environment, 
                      at Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences;

1991-1994: M.Sc. in Atmospheric Physics,
                       at Department of Atmospheric Science, Nanjing University;

1987-1991: B.Sc. in Atmospheric Environment, 
                       at Department of Atmospheric Science, Nanjing University


[1]     Atmospheric Environment, Air Pollution: mechanism, modeling and control;

[2]     Atmospheric Environmental Capacity and Total Emission Control;

[3]     Environmental Planning and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA);

[4]     Interactions between terrestrial ecosystems and atmospheric environment;

[5]     Integrated Environmental Management and System Modeling;

[6]     Energy and Environment: strategies of sustainable development


[1]       Qin’geng Wang, Gang Gu, Yoshiro Higano, 2006. Toward integrated environmental management for challenges in water environmental protection of Lake Taihu Basin in China. Environmental Management 37(5), 579-588.

[2]       Qin’geng Wang, Zhiwei Han, and Yoshiro Higano, 2005. An Inventory of nitric oxide emissions from soils in China. Environmental Pollution 135, 83-90.

[3]       Qin’geng Wang and Yoshiro Higano, 2004. Current Situations and a way out of water pollution in the drainage basin of the Tai Lake in China. The 41th Annual Meeting of the Japan Section of the Regional Science Association International. Sep.11, 2004, Waseda University, Japan.

[4]       Qin’geng Wang, Han Zhiwei, Lei Xiaoen, 2002. Scientific problems in current numerical studies of tropospheric ozone, Climatic and Environmental Research, 7(1),42-48.

[5]       Qin’geng Wang, 2001. Biogenic emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOC) and nitrogen oxides (NOx) in China and their impacts on tropospheric ozone. Ph.D. Dissertation, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing.

[6]       Qin’geng Wang and Zongkai Li, 1995. Study on the total quantity control of urban air Pollutants in medium and small-sized cities of China, Advances in Environmental Science, 3(6), 9-17.

[7]       Qin’geng Wang and Zongkai Li, 1996. Optimal allocation for urban air pollutant load discharged, Acta Scientiae Circumstantiae, 16(4), 444-449.

[8]       Qin’geng Wang, Yueming Wu, and Zongkai Li, 1997. An improved A-P method, Acta Scientiae Circumstantiae, 17(3), 278-283.

[9]       Zongkai Li, Tijian Wang, Qin’geng Wang and Longshan Jin, 1997. The investigation of regulatory atmospheric dispersion model used in China and its comparison with some other models, International Journal of Environment and Pollution, 8(3-6),796-805. 

[10]   Qin’geng Wang, Zongkai Li, Zhipeng Chen, Wei Cheng, 2000. Initial allocation of emissions rights for total quantity control areas. China Environmental Science, 20(1), 68-72.

[11]   Lixia Jv, Qin’geng Wang, Meigen Zhang, Xiaoen Lei, Zhiwei Han, 2003. A simulation of heat island circulation and mountain-valley breeze in Jinan. Climatic and Environmental Research, 8(4), 467-474.

[12]   Zhiwei Han, Shiyong Du, Xiaoen Lei, Lixia Ju, Qin’geng Wang, 2002. Numerical model system of urban air pollution prediction and its application. China Environmental Science, 22(3):202-206.

[13]   Xiaoqin Wang, Tijian Wang, Qin’geng Wang, 1996. Comparison of methods for estimating PBL parameters, Journal of Nanjing University (Issue of Geoscience), 32,72-76.

[14]   Gengfu Zhu, Cheng’an Lin, Qin’geng Wang, Longshan Jin, Tijian Wang, 1998. Environmental impacts, environmental capacity and pollution control of SO2 emission concerning with regional thermal power planning. China Electricity, 6.

[15]   Yuan Wang, Genfa Lu, Qin’geng Wang, Yu Qian, Jinlong Chen, Guiming Chu, Xinhua Qu, Chenhui Liang, Dawei Chen, Wenxiong Xie, 2000. Information instrument for pollution control: public disclosure of environmental performance rating for industrial enterprises in Zhenjiang, China Environmental Science, 20(6), 528-531.

[16]   Baitao Lv, Genfa Lu, Qin’geng Wang, 1999. Quantitative research on effects of existing measures of environmental management on pollutant discharge of enterprises. China Environmental Science, 19(4), 369-372.

[17]   Changnian Wu, Tingxu Zhou, Qin’geng Wang, Liang Tang, Guangmin Liu, 1998. Overview on the environmental impacts of tourism. Journal of Nanjing University (Natural Sciences), 34(6), 754-762.

[18]   Changnian Wu, Tingxu Zhou, Qin’geng Wang, Liang Tang, Guangmin Liu, Hong Ling, 1998. Comprehensive environmental impact assessments and countermeasures of tourism. Geological Journal of China Universities, 4(2), 205-211.

[19]   Changnian Wu, Hong Ling, Qin’geng Wang, Yuqiu Wan, Yiqun Luo, Lu Lv, 1999. Impact on the plant growth of camphor wood and sweetgum in gardens by the air pollution of Suzhou Urban District. Urban Environment & Urban Ecology, 12(1), 27-28.

[20]   Yueming Wu, Yi Zhang, Qin’geng Wang, Dongfeng Lang, 1997. On environment-economy coordinated degree. Environmental Pollution and Control, 19(1), 20-23.

[21]   Qin’geng Wang, Zongkai Li, Genfa Lu, 2000. Methods of emission right allocation for air pollution control, Proceedings of the eighth academic conference on atmospheric science, pp.182-186, Kunming, China, Oct., 2000.

[22]   Qin’geng Wang and Li Zongkai, 1999.Technical lines and methods for total quantity control of air Pollutants, Proceedings of the sixth Mainland-Taiwan Environmental Protection Conference, pp.649-655, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, Dec., 1999.

[23]   Qin’geng Wang, 2001. Atmospheric environmental impact assessment, the 5th chapter in the Environmental Impact Assessment: Textbook Series for 21st Century, eds. Lu Shuyu et al., Higher Education Press, Beijing.


(Major projects involved in as a person-in-charge or a main partner)

[1]       2003-2006Studies of atmospheric nitrogen inputs into farmlands in East China, sponsored by the National Nature Science Foundation of China;

[2]       2002-2005Sino-Canadian cooperation project on climate change, sponsored by Canadian ODA and the China National Committee of Development and Planning;

[3]       2001-2003Ecological planning of Suzhou city, Jangsu Province, sponsored by the Suzhou Environmental Protection Bureau;

[4]       2001-2002Study of atmospheric environmental capacity and countermeasures on air pollution control for main cities in Jiangsu Province, sponsored by the Department of Science and Technology, Jiangsu Province.

[5]       1999-2001Pilot Study of numerical prediction of air pollution in Jinan City, ShanDong Province, sponsored by Department of Science and Technology, Shandong Province;

[6]       1998-2001: Biogenic Emissions of VOCs and NOx in China and their Impacts on Tropospheric Ozone, Ph.D. research, Chinese Academy of Sciences;

[7]       1998-1999Methods for Total Emission Control of Air Pollutants”, Sponsored by the EPB of Jiangsu province;

[8]       1996-1999Study on transport, decay and deposition of bio-aerosol in urban areas, sponsored by the National Natural Science Foundation of China;

[9]       1998-1999Environmental impact of SO2 emitted from coal-powered plants and their control measures and policies, sponsored by the National Power Corporate of China.

[10]   1998-1999Information disclosure of environmental performance of enterprises in China, sponsored by the World Bank

[11]   1997-1998Atmospheric Capacity of SO2 and Control strategy for Coal- powered plants in East China, sponsored by the Department of Power Industry of China.

Besides the projects listed above, Dr. Wang has also carried out a range of projects concerning different kinds of regional and urban environmental planning and environmental impact assessment entrusted by local governments and companies.


Dr. Wang has many experiences of teaching courses such as Introduction of Environmental Sciences, Environmental Planning, Applications of Computer in Environmental Sciences, Environmental System Engineering, and Environmental Impact Assessment. In recent years, he has been teaching Atmospheric Environmental Science, and Energy and Environment at the School of the Environment, Nanjing University.


[1]      2000: Award for Teaching and Research (the third grade), Environmental Protection Company of China (Hong Kong)

[2]      1998: Award for Progress in Science and Technology ( the first grade), Electric Industry Department of China

[3]      1998: Award for Excellent Teacher, the third grade, Nanjing University

[4]      1996: Award for Progress in Science and Technology (the second grade), East-China Administration Bureau for Electric Industry

[5]      1996: Award for Progress in Science and Technology (the third grade), Zhenjiang municipal government

[6]      1996: Award for Excellent Teacher (the second grade), Nanjing University


[1]      Council Member: Committee of Atmospheric Environment, Chinese Society of Environmental Science;

[2]      Member: Regional Science Association International (RSAI);

[3]      Guest researcher: The Yangtze Delta Institute of Cycling Economy Technology, Zhejiang Province, China;

[4]      Vice director: Division of Environmental Planning and Management, School of the Environment, Nanjing University.