|People||Current graduate students|
|Graduate students||Liang Jing (email@example.com)|
|Partners/Sponsors||B.Sc., M.A.Sc., M.Eng., Ph.D student.|
|Liang Jing obtained his B.Eng. degree in mechanical engineering from Tsinghua Uni,
China in 2005. After finishing his MESEM study at MUN in 2006, he continued
his research work under the supervison of Dr. Bing Chen and received his M.Eng
degree in 2009. From September 2009 to March 2010, Liang Jing worked in the
lNRPOP lab as a project and research engineer. He started pursuing his PhD degree
under the supervision of Dr. Bing Chen in May 2010.
Liang Jing has a solid background of environmental engineering with exceptional expertise in field work and mathematical modelling. He was the graduate student team leader for the project of investigating and modelling the hydrological features of the Deer River Watershed during his M.Eng study. He also won the Northern Research Fund (NRF) from Churchill Northern Studies Center (CNSC) in 2008 to support his research. From Sep 2009 to Mar 2010, he worked as a research and project engineer in the NRPOP lab and his duties included: assisting with building the pilot-scaled vessel for simulating the transportation of POPs; developing the official website for the NRPOP lab; assisting graduate students in field investigation and modelling work; and assisting with sample analysis using GC-MS. Currently his PhD study focuses on onboard ballast water and wastewater treatment system optimization and offshore oil spill countermeasures.
(I). Jing, L., Chen, B., Zhang, B.Y., and Peng, H.X. 2012. A review of ballast water management practices and challenges in harsh and arctic environments. Environmental Reviews, accepted.
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