Biography

Prof. Kun Li's research interests are atmospheric physical and chemical processes influenced by human activities. The main research topics are: 1) secondary organic aerosol (SOA) formation from anthropogenic emissions, including single and complex precursors; 2) characterizing SOA chemical composition and optical properties; 3) field measurements of volatile organic compounds regarding their emission, transformation, and the impacts of human activities.

He has published more than 30 papers in peer-reviewed journals including Nature, Environ. Sci. Technol., Atmos. Chem. Phys., Environ. Sci. Technol. Lett., etc.


Dr. Li is hiring Master's students, PhD students, and PostDocs. If you are interested, please feel free to reach him via: kun.li@sdu.edu.cn


Selected publication:

1. Wang, R.; Li, K.; Li, J.; Tsona, N. T.; Wang, W.; Du, L., Interaction of Acrylic Acid and SO2 on the Surface of Mineral Dust AerosolACS Earth and Space Chemistry, 2023, 7, 548-558 (Front Cover).

2. Li, K.; Wentzell, J.; Liu, Q.; Leithead, A.; Moussa, S. G.; Wheeler, M.; Han, C.; Lee, P.; Li, S.-M.; Liggio, J., Evolution of atmospheric total organic carbon from petrochemical mixturesEnvironmental Science & Technology, 2021, 55, 12841-12851.

3. Liu, Q.; Li, L.; Zhang, X.; Saini, A.; Li, W.; Hung, H.; Hao, C.; Li, K.; Lee, P.; Wentzell, J.; Huo, C.; Li, S.-M.; Harner, T.; Liggio, J., Uncovering global-scale risks from commercial chemicals in airNature, 2021, 600, 456-461.

4. Li, J.; Li, H.; Li, K.; Chen, Y.; Zhang, H.; Zhang, X.; Wu, Z.; Liu, Y.; Wang, X.; Wang, W.; Ge, M., Enhanced secondary organic aerosol formation from the photo-oxidation of mixed anthropogenic volatile organic compoundsAtmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2021, 21, 7773-7789.

5. Li, K.; Liggio, J.; Han, C.; Liu, Q.; Moussa, S. G.; Lee, P.; Li, S.-M., Understanding the impact of high-NOx conditions on the formation of secondary organic aerosol in the photooxidation of oil sands-related precursorsEnvironmental Science & Technology, 2019, 53, 14420-14429.

6. Li, K.; Liggio, J.; Lee, P.; Han, C.; Liu, Q.; Li, S.-M., Secondary organic aerosol formation from α-pinene, alkanes and oil-sands-related precursors in a new oxidation flow reactorAtmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2019, 19, 9715-9731.

7. Li, K.; Li, J.; Tong, S.; Wang, W.; Huang, R.-J.; Ge, M., Characteristics of wintertime VOCs in suburban and urban Beijing: concentrations, emission ratios, and festival effectsAtmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2019, 19, 8021-8036.

8. Li, K.; Li, J.; Wang, W.; Tong, S.; Liggio, J.; Ge, M., Evaluating the effectiveness of joint emission control policies on the reduction of ambient VOCs: implications from observation during the 2014 APEC summit in suburban BeijingAtmospheric Environment, 2017, 164, 117-127.

9. Li, J.; Li, K.; Wang, W.; Wang, J.; Peng, C.; Ge, M., Optical properties of secondary organic aerosols derived from long-chain alkanes under various NOx and seed conditionsScience of the Total Environment, 2017, 579, 1699-1705.

10. Li, K.; Li, J.; Liggio, J.; Wang, W.; Ge, M.; Liu, Q.; Guo, Y.; Tong, S.; Li, J.; Peng, C.; Jing, B.; Wang, D.; Fu, P., Enhanced light scattering of secondary organic aerosols by multiphase reactionsEnvironmental Science & Technology, 2017, 51, 1285-1292.

Education
  • 2011/09/01-2016/07/03
    University of Chinese Academy of Sciences
    Physical Chemistry, PhD
  • 2007/09/17-2011/06/20
    Beijing Institute of Technology
    Chemistry, BSc
Professional Experience
  • 2022-4 — Now
     Professor, Shandong University 
  • 2020-1 — 2022-4
     Scientist, Paul Scherrer Institute 
  • 2016-10 — 2019-10
     NSERC Visiting Fellow, Environment and Climate Change Canada 
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Student Information
  • Chen Xiaowen (PhD student, 2023-)  2023/01/10 Hits:[] Times
  • Zhang Shan (PhD student, 2022-)  2022/07/01 Hits:[] Times
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