Prof. Hong He’s group has made an important progress in Cu-based small-pore zeolites utilized for NOx catalytic purification. The corresponding results have been published in the journal of the Appl. Catal. B (2020, 266, 118655 and 2020, 264, 118511), Catal. Sci. Tehhnol. (, and Chem. Eng. J. (2020, 388, 124250).
Congratulations to Academician Hong He for winning the National Natural Science Award(second prize)2019!
Prof. Hong He's group got an important achievement in NH3 selective catalytic reduction of NOx (NH3-SCR). The related work “Polymeric vanadyl species determine the low-temperature activity of V-based catalysts for the SCR of NOx with NH3” was published in Science Advances.
At the invitation of academician of National Academy of Engineering and Professor David y. h. Pui of University of Minnesota, academician Hong He, researcher of Center for Eco-Environmental Science of CAS, and chief scientist of Center for Excellence in Regional Atmospheric Environment of CAS, visited University of Minnesota, and made outstanding scholar report (L.M. fingerson / TSI incorporated distinguished structure) in September 2019.
Congratulations to Professor Hong He for his election as a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering in 2017!
Congratulations to Professor Hong He on the He Liang He li Foundation Science and Technology Innovation Award 2017!
Congratulations to Professor Hong He for winning the National Science and Technology Progress Award (Second Prize) 2014!
Congratulations to Professor Hong He for winning the National Technology Invention Award (Second Prize) 2011!
The 6th International Conference on Environmental Catalysis (6th ICEC) was held at Beijing from September 12 to September 15, 2010. The 6th ICEC received a total 475 submitted abstracts and welcomed 398 active participants came from 26 countries and regions. 133 oral presentations (including 16 keynote lectures) were arranged in 8 sessions. 10 participants from China, Germany, the Netherland, Italy and Turkey won the best posters award.

Haze chemistry

Strategic Priority Research Program of Chinese Academy of Sciences: Formation mechanism and control strategies of haze

    With the economic development of China, the emission of pollutants into the atmosphere, especially from the combustion of fossil fuels, leads to the deterioration of air quality and seriously threatens the health of the people. Air pollution in China has typical characteristics of complex pollution. Different stages and types of air pollution in developed countries are concentrated in China, resulting in increased air oxidizing capacity and frequent haze events. This is a new situation that developed countries have not experienced. There is no ready-made experience for reference in the prevention and control of air pollution in China. Therefore, there is an urgent need to carry out research on the causes and control of haze.

    After more than two years of deliberation, the Chinese Academy of Sciences launched the Strategic Priority Research Program “Formation mechanism and control strategies of haze” in 2012. This project is led by the Research Center of Eco-Environmental Sciences (RCEES-CAS), with Professor He Hong as the chief scientist. There were 33 institutions participating in the program, bringing together outstanding domestic teams in the fields of atmospheric physics, atmospheric chemistry, environmental optics, air pollution control and environmental policy. Five projects were set up, and the research work included laboratory simulation of haze formation mechanisms, field observation and source apportionment, numerical simulation and collaborative control schemes, development of haze monitoring equipment and key technology, and leading-edge technology for key pollutant control. This program has strongly promoted important follow-on research programs, including the joint major research plan of NSFC ” Formation mechanism, Health Effects and Coping Strategy of Complex Air Pollution in China” (2015), the National Key R&D Program of MOST “Air Pollution Prevention and Control” (2016), and the National Research Program for Key Issues in Air Pollution Control (2017).

Strategic Priority Research Program “Formation mechanism and control strategies of haze”

    Through a series of reform measures, such as refining and looking forward to scientific and technological objectives, dynamically adjusting research layout and optimizing resource allocation, focusing on the major strategic needs of the country and closely combining with the international scientific frontier, this program has brought together a group of excellent scientific researchers, and significantly improved collaborative innovation. An excellent atmospheric haze research team with a full range of disciplines and reasonable structure has been gathering, and a group of academic leaders and outstanding young scientific and technological talents are being cultivated. These members of the research team played a key role in the subsequent establishment and implementation of major air pollution prevention and control projects in China.

    This program has developed a number of key technologies with independent intellectual property, achieved original research breakthroughs with important international influence, and put forward the conceptual model and theoretical framework of the third type of haze, chemical smog, which is different from London smog and Los Angeles photochemical smog. These achievements play a leading role in the development of the atmospheric environment discipline, and provide scientific and feasible haze control technologies and solutions. The overall research level is at an advanced rank internationally. The construction of atmospheric environment for monitoring, source inventory and prediction and warning technology systems provides an important foundation platform for future atmospheric science research in China. Remarkable achievements have been made in the promotion and application of pollution control technology, which are promoting the development of haze prevention and control work in China. 11 of the special consultation reports submitted to the CPC Central Committee and the State Council were adopted.

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