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Curriculum Vitae 

 

 



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Name: XU Nan 

 

Contact information 

Title: Associate Professor 

Tel.: 86-755-26035347 

Fax: 86-755-26035347 

Email: xunan@pkusz.edu.cn 

Address: 118, E Building, School of Environment and Energy, Peking 

University Shenzhen Graduate School, Shenzhen University Town, Xi 

Li, Shenzhen 518055, P.R.China 

 

Working Experience 

2009.03-Present, Associate Professor, School of Environment and Energy, Peking University 

Shenzhen Graduate School, China 

2006.03-2009.02, Postdoctoral researcher, Department of Engineering Science, University of 

Oxford & Natural Environment Research Council’s Centre for Ecology and Hydrology at 

Wallingford (project partner), UK 



 

Education and Professional Qualifications 

2000.09-2005.07, Ph.D., Environmental Engineering, College of Environmental Sciences, 

Peking University, China 

1996.09-2000.07, B.E., Environmental Engineering, School of Chemical Engineering, Dalian 

University of Technology, China 

 

Research Interests 

 

Enhanced removal of nitrogen in sewage treatment plants 



 

Fate and removal of endocrine disrupting chemicals in the aquatic environment 

a)

 

Chemicals of interest -- estrogens (E1, E2, EE2), plasticizers (phthalate esters, BPA)... 



b)

 

Environmental processes -- sorption, biodegradation and electrochemical process... 



c)

 

Removal processes -- sewage treatment, landfill leachate treatment... 



d)

 

Environmental media -- sewage, activated sludge, landfill leachate, river water, 



sediment... 

 

Research Projects and Activities 

2009-2011, Development of enhanced biotechnology and high-efficient nitrogen removal 

process for the municipal sewage treatment plants upgrade project, Peking University & 

Guangzhou Sewage Treatment Co. Ltd., China 

2009-2011, Biodegradation mechanisms and enhanced biological removal of estrogens in 

activated sludge, Guangdong Natural Science Foundation, China 

2006-2009, Estrogen removal through activated sludge sewage treatment plants, Department 

of Engineering Science, University of Oxford & NERC's Centre for Ecology and 



 

 

 



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Hydrology, UK 

2001-2005, Sorption mechanisms of heavy metals and toxic organic pollutants in hyper-

concentrated solid-liquid systems, a subtitle of the Major State Basic Research Program 

of China, “River system functions and the transform of water resource in the lower 

Yellow river” 

 

Publications 

1.

 



Xu N, Zhou SG, Qin H, Zheng Y, Shu CW, Yong Y. Coupling of anodic biooxidation and cathodic 

bioelectro-Fenton for enhanced swine wastewater treatment. Bioresource Technology2011. (in press

2.

 

Lu L, Liu W, Cui F, Xu N*, Xu S, Ni JR. Removal of DBP and DEHP in combined landfill leachate 



treatment process. Chinese Journal of Environmental Engineering, 2011. (in Chinese, in press

3.

 



Tao HC, Li W, Liang M, Xu N, Ni JR, Wu WM. A membrane-free baffled microbial fuel cell for 

cathodic reduction of Cu(II) with electricity generation. Bioresource Technology, 2011, 102(7): 4774-

4778. 

4.

 



Li H, Zhu XP, Xu N*, Ni JR. Electricity generation and contaminants degradation performances of a 

microbial fuel cell fed with Dioscorea zingiberensis wastewater. Environmental Science, 2011, 32(1): 

186-192. (in Chinese) 

5.

 



Yuan Y, Zhou SG, Xu N, Zhuang L. Microorganism-immobilized carbon nanoparticle anode for 

microbial fuel cells based on direct electron transfer. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 2011, 

89(5): 1629-1635. 

6.

 



Yuan Y, Zhou SG, Xu N, Zhuang L. Electrochemical characterization of anodic biofilms enriched 

with glucose and acetate in single-chamber microbial fuel cells. Colloids and Surfaces B: 



Biointerfaces, 2011, 82(2): 641-646. 

7.

 

Xu N, Johnson AC, Jürgens MD, Llewellyn NR, Hankins NP, Darton RC. Estrogen concentration 

affects its biodegradation rate in activated sludge. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry, 2009, 

28(11): 2263-2270. 

8.

 



Wei HL, Ni JR, Xu N. Energy, material and pollutant intensity analysis in the life cycle of walling 

materials. Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects, 2008, 30(14-

15): 1367-1381. 

9.

 



Xu N, Ni JR, Sun WL, Borthwick AGL. Role of dissolved organic carbon in the cosorption of copper 

and phthalate esters onto Yellow River sediments. Chemosphere, 2007, 69(9): 1419-1427. 

10.

 

Xu N, Ni JR, Sun WL. Effects of copper on the sorption of phthalate esters to Yellow River sediment. 



Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 2007, 184(1-4): 207-216. 

11.


 

Sun WL, Ni JR, Xu N, Sun LY. Fluorescence of sediment humic substance and its effect on the 

sorption of selected endocrine disruptors. Chemosphere2007, 66(4): 700-707.  

12.


 

Sun WL, Ni JR, Xu N, Sun LY. Fluorescence of sediment humic substance and its relation with the 

sorption of selected endocrine disruptors. Acta Scientiae Circumstantiae, 2007, 27(3): 437-444. (in 

Chinese

13.


 

Xu N, Ni JR, Sun WL. Sorption equilibrium of phthalate esters on sediment particulates low in 

organic carbon using solid phase extraction disks. Environmental hydraulics and sustainable water 

management. Proceedings of the 4

th

 International Symposium on Environmental Hydraulics-14



th

 

Congress of the Asia and Pacific Division of the International Association of Hydraulic Engineering 



and Research. Taylor & Francis Group, London, 2005, pp 2277-2282.  

14.


 

Xu N, Sun WL, Ni JR. Chemical equilibrium modeling of copper precipitation in a hyper-

concentrated solid-liquid system. Hydrobiologia, 2003, 494(1-3): 201-206. 



 


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