Institute Introduction     Shenzhen University, Shenzhen University Institute for Advanced Study is a newly established comprising undergraduate and postgraduate training, focusing on interdisciplinary teaching and research of new school educational institutions. Shenzhen University Institute for Advanced Study is an exploration of a comprehensive internal reform and innovation, special management system, carry out cross-discipline innovation talent training and scientific research academic, DC, practice professor hospital treatment。

Yang Wei

Assistant to Dean, Ph. D.

Tel: 0086 755 2600 1352


Address: Room 343, Administration Building, Shenzhen University, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China, 518060


2013, University of Nottingham, UK, Geography and Environmental Engineering, PhD (Sc)

2008, University of Nottingham, UK, Environmental Engineering, MSc

2007, Renmin University of China, China, Environmental Science, BSc


2013-2017, Institute for Advanced Study, Shenzhen University, Assistant to the Dean (Research)

2006-2007, Research Center for Eco-Environmental Science, Chinese Academy of Science, Intern


Overseas High-Caliber Personnel (level C)

Shenzhen Nanshan District Ling-Hang Talent

Shenzhen University Excellent Party Member

Institute for Advanced Study, Shenzhen University,2015-2016 Annual Excellent Worker, The First Prize

EPSRC via CICCS (EPSRC, EP/F012098/1), Full Studentship

The Great Britain-China Educational Trust, Chinese Student Award

UK Energy Research Centre Summer School, Poster Competition, The First Prize

University of Nottingham, Innovation Prize

Renmin University of China, Excellent Academic Performance and Scholarship, The First Prize

Renmin University of China, Active Reward for Cultural and Physical Activities, The First Prize

Renmin University of China, Excellent League Member, The First Prize

Renmin University of China, Excellent Youth Volunteer, The First Prize


Wei,Y., Córdoba,P., Caramanna,G., Maroto-Valer, M., Nathaniel,P., Steven, M. (2015) "Influence of a CO2 long term exposure on the mobilisation and speciation of metals in soils" Chemie der Erde - Geochemistry, 75, (4), 475-482

Caramanna, G., Wei, Y., Mercedes Maroto-Valer, M., Nathanail, P. & Steven, M. (2013). ‘’ Laboratory experiments and field study for the detection and monitoring of potential seepage from CO2 storage sites’’ Applied Geochemistry, 30, 105-113

Wei, Y., Caramanna, G., Maroto-Valer, M., Nathanail, P.& Steven, M. (2013) ‘’An experimental study of the effects of potential CO2 seepage in sediments’’ Energy Procedia, 37, 3513-3520

Caramanna, G., Y. Wei, et al. (2012). "Design and use of a laboratory rig for the study of the chemical-physical effects on aquatic environments of potential seepage from CO2 storage sites." Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology, 2, (2), 136-143

Wei, Y., Maroto-Valer, M. & Steven, M. D. (2011), ‘‘Environmental Consequences of Potential Leaks of CO2 in Soil’’. Energy Procedia, 4, 3224–3230

Gang Wang, Hou-Qi Liu, Yu Gong, Yang Wei, Ai-Jun Miao, Liu-Yan Yang,* and Huan Zhong* (2017) "Risk Assessment of Metals in Urban Soils from a Typical Industrial City, Suzhou, Eastern China" International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 14(9), 1025