November 27, 2013, Dr. Ji Rong, professor of Nanjing University, made an
academic visit to Jiangsu University. This visit was officially invited by Dr.
Jianzhong Sun, deputy dean of School of Environment and director of Biofuels Institute.
Dr. Ji delivered an interesting and impressive presentation titled as
“Environmental Fate of Endocrine Disruptor Nonylphenol in Soil” which
demonstrated his recent discoveries related to nonylphenol transformation and
degradation in soil by isotope tracer technique in the conference room of School
of Environment. He also had a detailed discussion with the researchers and
graduate students about a potential collaboration
in some areas. After the workshop，Prof. Ji toured
the Biofuels Institute.
Ji Rong, professor at Institute for Environmental Health, Nanjing University,
has worked in the Aachen University and the Max-Planck in German. Dr. Ji's
research focus is on organic compounds (organic pollutants and natural organic
material) degradation, transformation and other environmental processes and
related mechanisms, isotope tracer technology and its application. He is a
famous expert in the field of organic compounds transformation. Dr. Ji
currently serves as PI for 17 national or international projects/grants
including National 863 Program, EU international cooperation projects, National
Natural Science Foundation of China. He has published more than 50 peer
reviewed papers in Environment Science & Technology, Water Research and
other SCI indexed journals.