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深圳大学高等研究院是深圳大学于2014年成立的一个包含本科与研究生培养、侧重跨学科教学与学术研究的校内综合办学单位。作为深圳大学内部探索全面改革创新的学术特区,高等研究院与香港和海外著名高校合作,借鉴国内外研究型大学通行的管理模式,引进具有一流视野的资深教授和发展潜力的青年教师,营造与国际接轨的学术氛围和培养环境,开展卓越的教学、研究和管理工作。

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Feng Dong(Ke Pan's group)

Ph.D.

Email:dongfeng@szu.edu.cn

Address: Room 351, Administration Building, Shenzhen University, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China, 518060

 

Education

2016, University of Birmingham, Bioscience, Ph.D.

2011, Dalian University of Technology, Chemical Engineering and Technology, M.Eng.

2008, Shenyang Ligong University, Environmental Engineering, B.Eng.

 

Working Experience

2019.01-now, Shenzhen University, Postdoctoral Researcher

2017.01-2018.12, Nanyang Technological University, Research Fellow

 

Research Interests

Environmental nanotoxicology

Environmental microbiology

Biological wastewater treatment

 

Publications

1. Dong, F., Zhou, Y.*, Distinct mechanisms in the heteroaggregation of silver nanoparticles with mineral and microbial colloids. Water Research 2020, 170, 115332.

2. Dong, F., Zhou, Y.*, Differential transformation and antibacterial effects of silver nanoparticles in aerobic and anaerobic environment. Nanotoxicology 2019, 13, (3), 339-353.

3. Dong, F.*, Mohd Zaidi, N. F., Valsami-Jones, E., Kreft, J.-U., Time-resolved toxicity study reveals the dynamic interactions between uncoated silver nanoparticles and bacteria. Nanotoxicology 2017, 11, (5), 637-646.

4. Dong, F.*, Valsami-Jones, E., Kreft, J.-U., New, rapid method to measure dissolved silver concentration in silver nanoparticle suspensions by aggregation combined with centrifugation. Journal of Nanoparticle Research 2016, 18, (9), 259.

5. Dong, F*, Valsami-Jones, E, Kreft, J.*, Evolution of Pseudomonas putida under the stress of silver nanoparticles, in preparation.

6. Zhang, H.*, Dong, F., Jiang, T., Wei, Y.; Wang, T.; Yang, F., Aerobic granulation with low strength wastewater at low aeration rate in A/O/A SBR reactor. Enzyme and Microbial Technology 2011, 49, (2), 215-222.

7. Dong, F, Zhang, H.*, Yang, F., Modeling Formation of Aerobic Granule and Influence of Hydrodynamic Shear Forces on Granule Diameter, Environmental Science, 2012.