Dr. Wenshan Guo obtained her PhD in Environmental Engineering from University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) in May 2005. She was employed as a part-time Researcher at Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology, UTS from 2001- May 2007. She has been working as an UTS Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Research Fellow since May 2007. Dr. Guo is a core member in Centre for Technology in Water and Wastewater (CTWW) and her research focuses on the innovative water and wastewater treatment and reuse technologies. Her expertise and practical experience cover the areas of water and wastewater engineering such as membrane technologies (e.g. membrane bioreactor, microfiltration, membrane hybrid system, and PAC-submerged membrane bioreactor etc.), advanced biological wastewater treatment technologies (e.g. suspended growth reactors and attached growth reactors), and physico-chemical separation technologies (e.g. adsorption, column, and flocculation). She also has strong ability to work in solid waste management, life cycle assessment, and desalination. Since 2003, Dr. Guo has authored 7 book chapters (including 4 book chapters for ASCE book ‘Membrane Technology and its Environmental Applications’, 3 as 1st author and 1 as 2nd author), 44 peer reviewed journal papers in several prestigious journals (such as Bioresource Technology, Membrane Science, Separation and Purification Technology, Desalination etc.) and 35 conference papers in the proceedings of international conferences.
Biography Updated on 21 May 2012