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CHENG Yingchao

CHENG Yingchao
Researcher Name
CHENG Yingchao
Div (Section) name/title
Material Cycles Division(Global Resource Sustainability Research Section)/Research Associate
Research Subject
Global scenario model for anthropogenic mercury emissions to the atmosphere by resource production and consumption
Degree(s)
Doctor of philosophy
Professional Qualification(s)
Engineering
Environmental Speciality Field
environmental engineering,solid waste,environmental technology
Keyword(s)
activated carbon,adsorption,mercury,sewage sludge,material flow analysis,artisanal and small-scale gold mining (ASGM)
Career
2020.04─ present Research Associate
2017.04─ 2020.03 Kyoto University, Graduate school, Environmental Engineering, ph.D. student
2016.10─ 2017.03 Kyoto University, Graduate school, Environmental Engineering, Research student
2015.10─ 2016.08 Preparatory School for Chinese Students to Japan, The Training Center of Ministry of Education for Studying Overseas
2012.09─ 2015.06 Tsinghua University, Graduate school, Environmental Engineering, Master's student
Membership of Academic Society
International Society for Industrial Ecology
Research Subject
  • Fiscal Year: 2022
    • 25969 : Material flows transition and social adaptation
    • 26078 : Development of global scenario model for effectiveness evaluation of the Minamata Convention on Mercury
    • 26178 : Sustainability assessment and future vision of resource use
    • 26206 : Developing a method for detecting improper mercury trade flow into countries that have artisanal and small-scale gold mining (ASGM) activities
  • Fiscal Year: 2021
    • 25509 : Material flows transition and social adaptation
    • 25680 : Development of global scenario model for effectiveness evaluation of the Minamata Convention on Mercury
    • 25778 : Sustainability assessment and future vision of resource use
    • 25789 : Developing a method for detecting improper mercury trade flow into countries that have artisanal and small-scale gold mining (ASGM) activities
  • Fiscal Year: 2020
    • 25097 : Sustainable Material Cycles Research Program
    • 25131 : Designing a Sustainability Strategy for Global Resource Networks from the Consumption-based Perspective
    • 25179 : Development of global scenario model for effectiveness evaluation of the Minamata Convention on Mercury
Research Result (Publication)
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  • Original Paper
Research Result (Presentation)
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  • Research Presentation