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Wen-Ming Xie Associate Professor

Research Interests: 
  • Water Pollution Control
  • Agriculture Non-point source pollution control

Educational Background

PhD, Environmental Engineering, University of Science and Technology of China (2008)

MA, Municipal Engineering, Hefei University of Technology (2005)

BA, Water Supply and Drainage, Hefei University of Technology, (2001)



Research Projects

[1] The response of soluble microbial products (SMP) in the effluent of aerobic granular sludge reactor under different conditions, NSFC (No. 51408587)

[2] The interaction effect between different microorganisms in nitrifying activated sludge under antibiotics co-metabolic biodegradation process, NSFC (No. 51778301)


Journal Articles

  1. Xie Wenming, Zeng Raymond J, Li Wenwei, Wang Guoxiang,Zhang Limin. A modeling understanding on the phosphorous removal performances of A2O and reversed A2O processes in a full-scale wastewater treatment plant. Environ Sci Pollut Res (2018).
  2.  Xie, W.M., Zhang, S.S., Ruan, L., Yang, M.Y., Shi, W.M., Zhang, H.L., Li, W.H. Evaluating soil dissolved organic matter extraction using three-dimensional Excitation-Emission matrix fluorescence spectroscopy. Pedosphere. 2017, 27, 968-973.
  3. Xie, W.M., Ni, B.J., Sheng, G.P., Seviour, T., Yu, H.Q. Quantification and kinetic characterization of soluble microbial products from municipal wastewater treatment. Water Research. 2016, 88, 703-710. 
  4. Xie, W.M., Ni, B.J., Seviour, T., Yu, H.Q. Evaluating the impact of operational parameters on the formation of soluble microbial products (SMP) by activated sludge. Water Research. 2013, 47, 1073-1079. 
  5. Xie, W.M., Ni, B.J., Seviour, T., Sheng, G.P., Yu, H.Q. Characterization of autotrophic and heterotrophic soluble microbial product (SMP) fraction from activated sludge. Water Research. 2012, 46, 6210-6217. 
  6. Xie, W.M., Ni, B.J., Li, W.W., Sheng, G.P., Yu, H.Q., Song, J. Formation and quantification of soluble microbial products and N2O production by ammonia-oxidizing bacteria (AOB)-enriched activated sludge. Chemical Engineering Science. 2012, 71, 67-74. 
  7. Xie, W.M., Zhang, R., Li, W.W., Ni, B.J., Fang, F., Sheng, G.P., Yu, H.Q., Song, J., Le, D.Z., Bi, X.J., Liu, C.Q. Simulation and optimization of a full-scale Carrousel oxidation ditch plant for municipal wastewater treatment. Biochemical Engineering Journal. 2011, 56, 9-16.