Atmospheric Environment Monitoring and Pollution Controlling
HFIPS has established a new interdisciplinary of environmental science and technology by integrating and merging subjects of nano and biology science and technology into the original preponderant discipline of atmospheric environmental optics.
After more than four decades of development, HFIPS has built the Integrated Ground-to-Space System for monitoring and early-warning to respond to nation’s challenge in environment issues through its scientific excellence in diversified branches in the field of environmental science and technology, including fundamental research, equipment development, and industrialization.
For environment protect, HFIPS takes its role by using nano-material research to detect and remove pollutants as well; fabricating catalyst to treat hard-to-degrade and high concentration industrial waste water; building monitoring and early-warning network based on nano-sensor and satellite positioning technology.
According to a new report on Langmuir, a kind of iron-based carbon microsphere, which was fabricated by tobacco waste liquid (TWL) and waste iron residue (WIR), was successfully developed to removal Cadmium ion (Cd(II)) from water and soil.
A novel detection technology, developed by a research team led by Prof. ZHANG Weijun from Hefei Institutes of Physical Science (HFIPS), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) recently, realized fast and sensitive detection of nitrogen dioxide (NO2).
A research team led by Prof. XIONG Wei from Hefei Institutes of Physical Science (HFIPS), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), monitored and analyzed the greenhouse gas concentrations before and after Tonga eruption with the Greenhouse Gases Monitoring Instrument (GMI).