Prof. Dr XIE Shuibo
Dr XIE Shuibo
Mail Address: The School of Urban Construction , University of South China, No.28 Changsheng Road(west), Hengyang, Hunan, 421001, P. R. China
Tel.: +86 734 8281603
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Prof. , Ph.D. Supervisor , University of South China, P. R. China
Director of key laboratory of Hunan Province for pollution control and the resource utilization technology.
Director of Human Resources Department, University of South China
Ph.D. Civil(Municipal) Engineering Engineering, Tsinghua University
MSc. Municipal Engineering, Wuhan University of Technology
BSc. Civil Engineering, Hunan University
Current Membership & Obligations
Member of Chinese Civil Engineering Society(CCES)
Director of fire protection technology branch of Chinese Civil Engineering Society
Member of Chinese Society For Environmental Sciences
The executive director of the Hunan Institute of Environmental Science
Member of the Discipline Appraisal Group and Academic Degree Committee of Hunan Province
Deputy director of Academic Committee of Hunan Society of Civil Architecture Water Supply and Drainage
Evaluating expert of National Science Foundation of China Programs
Reviewer of Journal of Environmental Radioactivity
Member of Degree Committee of University of South China
Director of international society for environmental information science
Registered common equipment engineer of China
Xie Shuibo is a Professor in Civil/Environmental Engineering at University of South China. He has an established track record for undertaking research in relation to the sustainability of the environment. Prof. Xie has achieved significant success in developing extensive industry collaborative links, undertaking research of relevance to uranium mining and the community and the translation of research outcomes for practical application. During the period 2003 – 14, he held the NNSFC funded in radioactive environmental protection. During the period 2005 – 15, he was the director of key laboratory of Hunan Province for Pollution Control and the Resource Utilization Technology. He also possesses eighteen years of professional experience in water security and fire protection technology.
Published more than 150 scholarly publications, including journal papers, five books, book chapters and conference papers.
Received more than 17 millions (RMB) in research funding from the government and the corporate sector organizations for undertaking over 40 applied research projects.
Supervised more than 40 doctoral and research master students.
Broad field of research: Civil & environmental engineering
His research entails field investigations, laboratory experiments and computer modeling and simulations.
Within the broad field of civil/environmental engineering research, Professor Xie has focused on the following areas:
Environmental biotechnology, environmental chemistry, and nonlinear sciences
In-situ bioremediation and environmental assessment technology in acid in-situ leaching uranium mine. Radioactive waste treatment and disposal. Such as radioactives and other contaminants like uranium and non-radioactive residues in decommissioned mining area in leaching uranium mine
Wastewater recycling and water conservation and efficiency
Resilience of water infrastructure and water security
Water security and fire protection technology.
Prof. Xie’s research focuses on assessing the impacts of radionuclide migration on ecological environment including quantitative and qualitative impacts and the creation of adaptation strategies to cope with these changes in the form of policy development and management approaches for ‘future-proofing’.
Prof. Xie’s research focuses on investigations for understanding the behavior of pollutants through to knowledge of their impact. His research develops approaches and methods to assess and diagnose the causes, processes and pollutant sources, tools to assess exposure and to reduce human health risks, provide approaches to attain water quality standards and investigations for understanding and quantifying the treatment performance and the definition of treatment processes of water sensitive urban design systems. His research includes: development of analytical methods for water quality evaluation, characterizing water pollution processes, fate of pollutants in the environment and their impacts, and radioactive or radionuclide migration simulation.
Prof. Xie’s research focuses on the analysis of resilience of water supply infrastructure in meeting the quality and quantity challenges posed by population growth and urbanization in order to ensure water security to the community. His research includes: systems modeling of water supply infrastructure, resilience assessment of water supply infrastructure, and surrogate indictors of resilience.
Representative research projects:
National Natural Science Foundation Project: Microbial control mechanisms of retired mining uranium of acid situ leaching in groundwater, (ID: 11475080,2015-2018)
National Natural Science Foundation Project: Chemical - biological stability control mechanism study on uranium tailings (library) of uranium in groundwater, (ID: 11175081, 2012-2015)
National Natural Science Foundation Project: Construction basis research of radiation-resistant, ultra-enriched uranium genetically engineered bacteria, (ID: 10775065, 2008-2010)
National Natural Science Foundation Project: Theory and methods of radionuclide migration uncertainty in uranium area, (ID: 10475038, 2005-2007)
Xie Shuibo, Jiang Yinghe. Water quality engineering, Beijing: Mechanical Industry Press, 2009.12
Xie Shuibo, Zhang Xiaojian. Biological - chemical synthesis interception technology on uranium contamination in uranium mining area. Beijing: Chemical Industry Press,2011.
Biological control and repair of new technologies on radioactive contamination in uranium mining.
Xie shuibo*, Wu yuqi, Wang wentao, Wang jingsong, Luo zhiping, Li shiyou. Effects of acid/alkaline pretreatment and gamma-ray irradiation on extracellular polymeric substances from sewage sludge [J]. Radiation Physics and Chemistry, 2014, 97: 349-353.
XIE Shuibo，Zhang Chun，Zhou Xinghuo,Yang Jing,Zhang Xiaojian，Wang Jingsong. Removal of Uranium (VI) from Aqueous Solution by Adsorption of Hematite，Journal of Environmental Radioactivity，2009，100：162-166.
XIE Shuibo，YANG Jin, Chao Chen, Xiaojian Zhang, Qingliang Wang, Chun Zhang. Study on Biosorption Kinetics and Thermodynamics of Uranium by Citrobacter freudii，Journal of Environmental Radioactivity. 2008，99（2）：126-133.
XIE Shuibo， Hu Lian， ZHANG Xiaojian， CHEN Zhaomeng，YANG Jing David Tann. Bioremediation of Uranium by Bacillus subtilis：Efficiency，Models and Mechanism，ISEST 2007 Progress in Environmental Science and Technology Vol.1.,2007(1):293-298, ISEST 2007 Beijing, China, November 13-16.
XIE Shuibo,LUO Jingyang，LIU Qing,LING Hui, DUAN Yi, Wang Jinsong.Adsorption characteristics and mechanism of hydroxyethyl cellulose/sodium alginate blend films for uranium(Ⅵ) [J].Acta Materiae Compositae Sincia, 2015,01:268-275.
XIE Shuibo,Ma Hualong,Tang Zhenping,Ling Hui,Zeng Taotao,Chen Sheng,Wang Jinsong.Study of U(Ⅵ) removal by sulfate reducing bacteria granular sludge under microaerobic condition[J].Atomic Energy Science and Technology, 2015,01:26-33.
XIE Shuibo,DUAN Yi,LIU Yingjiu, WANG Jinsong, LIU Jinxiang. Characteristic and mechanism of uranium (Ⅵ) adsorption on glutaraldehyde crosslinked humic acidimmobilized sodium alginate porous membrane [J].CIESC Journal, 2013,07:2488-2496.
XIE Shuibo,ZHANG Yaping, LIU Jinxiang, LIU Yingjiu,LI Shiyou, WANG Jinsong,LIU Haiyan. Characteristics of reducing U(Ⅵ) by Shewanella putrefaciens in presence of anthraguinone-2-sulfonate (AQS) [J].The Chinese Journal of Nonferrous Metals,2012,11:3285-3291.
XIE Shuibo,WANG Shuiyun,ZHANG Haojiang, WANG Jinsong. Efficiency and Mechanism on Reduction of U(Ⅵ )by Sulfate Reducing Bacteria [J].ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, 2009,07:1962-1967.
Honors and Awards:
The expert title of the State Council special allowance
The title of national outstanding environmental science and technology workers
The national architectural specialties outstanding educators