Research Interests: Near-surface geophysics: Spectral induced polarization
Graduate Advisor: Dr. Lee Slater
B.S. in Environmental Science, Sun Yat-sen University, 2012
M.Sc. in Water and Environmental Science, University of Copenhagen, 2014
M.Sc. in Environmental Engineering, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2015
Li, M.K, Wang, C., Yau, M.L., Bolton, J.R. and Qiang, Z.M., 2016. Sulfamethazine degradation in water by the VUV/UV process: Kinetics, mechanism and antibacterial activity determination based on a mini-fluidic VUV/UV photoreaction system. Water Research.
Li, M.K., Qiang, Z.M., Hou, P., Bolton, J.R., Qu, J.H., Li, P. and Wang, C., 2016. VUV/UV/chlorine as an enhanced advanced oxidation process for organic pollutant removal from water: Assessment with a novel mini-fluidic VUV/UV photoreaction system (MVPS). Environmental science & technology.
Li, M.K., Qiang, Z.M., Wang, C., Bolton, J.R., Lian, J.F. Development of monitored tunable biodosimetry for fluence validation in an ultraviolet disinfection reactor. Separation and Purification Technology, 2013, 117: 12-17.
Qiang, Z.M., Li, M.K., Bolton, J.R., Qu, J.H., Wang, C. Estimating the fluence delivery in UV disinfection reactors using a ‘detector-model’ combination method. Chemical Engineering Journal, 2013, 233: 39-46.
Li, M.K, Qiang, Z.M., Bolton, J.R., Li, W.T., Wang, C. An improved method for real-time fluence monitoring in UV reactors. Journal of Environmental Engineering, 2014, 141(4): 04014075.