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Name:
Jiang Xin
Education:
PhD from Germany
Positions:
Deputy General
Academic title:
Professor
Postal Code:
210008
Subject categories:
Environmental Science and Soil Chemistry
Mailing Address:
No.71 East Beijing Road, Nanjing, China
E-mail:
jiangxin@issas.ac.cn

Resume:
XIN JIANG
Professor of Environmental Chemistry and Soil Chemistry
Deputy Director General of Institute of Soil Science, CAS
Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)
No.71 East Beijing Street, Nanjing 210008, P. R. China
Tel: (86)-025-86881195, Fax: (86)-025-86881000; E-mail: jiangxin@issas.ac.cn

PERSONAL DATA
Name: Xin JIANG
Sex: Male
Date of Birth: 01.02.1962
Place of Birth: Nantong, Jiangsu Province

EDUCATION
Ph.D. Environmental Chemistry - University of Saarland, Germany, 1997.
M. S. Soil Chemistry - Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing, China, 1987.
B. S. Chemistry - Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing, China, 1982.

HONORS AND AWARDS
2006 - Distinguished Scholar selected by National Hundred-Thousand-Ten Thousand Talent Program of China.
2006 - Excellent Teacher for supervising PhD student, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
2003 - Winner of Outstanding Youth Fund for Distinguished Scientist, National Science Foundation of China.
2002 - Distinguished Scholar selected by Provincial 333 Talent Training Program of Jiangsu.
1999 - Distinguished Overseas Chinese Talent, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
1998 - Winner of Hundred Talents, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AND AFFILIATIONS
Secretary General of Soil Science Society of China
Director General of Soil Science Society of Jiangsu Province
Associate Editor in Chief for Chinese Journal of SOILs
Editorial board members for Chinese Journal of Acta Pedologica Sinica, Chinese Journal of Ecology and so on

PUBLICATIONS
More than 190 articles were published in scientific journals, in which more than 50 articles were published in International SCI-Journals and 48 articles in EI-Journals. Three books were jointly published.
Direction:
Environmental Chemistry and Soil Chemistry
Achievements:
2006 - Distinguished Scholar selected by National Hundred-Thousand-Ten Thousand Talent Program of China. 2006 - Excellent Teacher for supervising PhD student, Chinese Academy of Sciences. 2003 - Winner of Outstanding Youth Fund for Distinguished Scientist, National Science Foundation of China. 2002 - Distinguished Scholar selected by Provincial 333 Talent Training Program of Jiangsu. 1999 - Distinguished Overseas Chinese Talent, Chinese Academy of Sciences. 1998 - Winner of Hundred Talents, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Article:
1. F.X. Yao, F. Macías, A. Santesteban, S. Virgel, F. Blanco, X. Jiang, M. Camps Arbestain, Influence of the acid buffering capacity of different types of Technosols on the chemistry of their leachates. Chemosphere, 2009, 74, 250-258
2. Ya-qi Tao,Xin Jiang*,Yong-rong Bian,Xing-lun Yang,Fang Wang, Transport of Malathion in Homogeneous Soil Liquid Chromatographic Columns: Influence of Nonequilibrium sorption. Vadose Zone Journal, 2009
3. Qing Hong, Xiaojun Dong, Lijuan He,Jiang Xin*, Shunpeng Li, Isolation of a biphenyl-degrading bacterium Achromobacter sp. BP3 and cloning of the bph gene cluster. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation, 2009, 63, 365-370
4. Xinglun Yang, Shisheng Wang, Yongrong Bian, Feng Chen, Guifen Yu, Chenggang Gu, Xin Jiang*, Dicofol application resulted in high DDTs residue in cotton fields from northern Jiangsu province, China. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2008, 95,92-98
5. Yao, F.X., G.F. Yu, F. Wang, X.L. Yang and X. Jiang*. Aging activity of DDE in dissimilar rice soils in a greenhouse experiment. Chemosphere, 2008, 71,1188-1195
6. Dongyun Yan, Xin Jiang*, Shaohui Xu, Ligang Wang, Yongrong Bian, Guifen Yu, Quantitative structure–toxicity relationship study of lethal concentration to tadpole (Bufo vulgaris formosus) for organophosphorous pesticides. Chemosphere, 2008,71,1809-1815
7. Jiancai Deng, Xin Jiang*, Xiaoxian Zhang, Weiping Hu, John W. Crawford. Continuous time random walk model better describes the tailing of atrazine transport in soil. Chemosphere, 2008,71:2150–2157
8. Chun-Qin Yin, Xin Jiang*, Xing-Lun Yang, Yong-Rong Bian, Fang Wang, Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in soils in the vicinity of Nanjing, China. Chemosphere, 2008, 73, 389-394
9. Ligang Wang, Yongchao Liang, Xin Jiang, Analysis of Eight Organophosphorus Pesticide Residues in Fresh Vegetables Retailed in Agricultural Product Markets of Nanjing, China. Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol., 2008, DOI 10.1007/ s00128-008-9498-2
10. Chenggang Gu, Xin Jiang*, Xuehai Ju, Xuedong Gong, Fang Wang, Yongrong Bian, Cheng Sun. QSARs for congener-specific toxicity of polyhalogenated dibenzo-p-dioxins with DFT and WHIM theory. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 2008, doi:10.1016/j.ecoenv. 2008.04.003
11. Xiaojun Dong, Qing Hong Lijuan He,Jiang Xin*, Shunpeng Li.Characterization of phenol-degrading bacterial strains isolated from natural soil. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation, 2008, 62:257-262.
12. Ligang Wang, Xin Jiang*, Dongyun Yan, Jinshui Wu, Yongrong Bian, Fang Wang. Behavior and fate of chlorpyrifos introduced into soil–crop systems by irrigation. Chemosphere, 2007, 66: 391-396
13. Xinglun Yang, Xin Jiang*, Guifen Yu, Fenxia Yao, Yongrong Bian, Fang Wang, Leaf-air transfer of organochlorine pesticides from three selected vegetables. Environmental Pollution, 2007, 148, 555-561
14. Chenggang Gu, Xin Jiang*, Xuehai Ju, Guifen Yu, Yongrong Bian, QSARs for the toxicity of polychlorinated dibenzofurans through DFT-calculated descriptors of polarizabilities, hyperpolarizabilities and hyper-order electric moments. Chemosphere, 2007, 67, 1325-1334
15. Fenxia Yao, Guifen Yu, Yongrong Bian, Xinglun Yang, Fang Wang, Xin Jiang*, Bioavailability of aged and fresh DDD and DDE in soils to rice, Chemosphere, 2007, 68, 78-84
16. Wang, F., S. Grundmann, M. Schimd, U. Doerfler, J. C. Munch, A. Hartmann, X. Jiang and R. Schroll, Isolation and characterization of 1,2,4-trichlorobenzene mineralizing Bordetella sp. and its bioremediation potential in soil. Chemosphere, 2007, 67, 896–902
17. Mao-Xu Zhu, Kui-Ying Ding, Xin Jiang*, Hai-Hua Wang,Investigation on Co-sorption and Desorption of Fluoride and Phosphate in a Red Soil of China. Water Air Soil Pollut., 2007,183:455-465
18. C. G. Gu, X. Jiang*, X. H. Ju, X. L. Yang, G. F. Yu, DFT study on the structure-toxicity relationship of dioxin compounds using PLS analysis. SAR and QSAR in Environmental Research, 2007, Vol.18 Issue 5/6, P603-619
19. Dongyun Yan, Xin Jiang*, Guifen Yu, Zhenhua Zhao, Yongrong Bian, Fang Wang. Quantitative structure–toxicity relationships of organophosphorous pesticides to fish (Cyprinus carpio), Chemosphere, 2006, 63:744-750
20. Yao F. X., X. Jiang*, G. F. Yu, F. Wang, Y. R. Bian. Evaluation of stimulated dechlorination of p,p’-DDT in acidic paddy soil. Chemosphere, 2006, 64:628-633
21. Mao-Xu Zhu, Mei Xie, Xin Jiang*, Interaction of fluoride with hydroxyaluminum- montmorillonite complexes and implications for fluoride-contaminated acidic soils, Applied Geochemistry, 2006, Vol.21, 675–683
Community service:
Secretary General of Soil Science Society of China, Director General of Soil Science Society of Jiangsu Province, Associate Editor in Chief for Chinese Journal of SOILs, Editorial board members for Chinese Journal of Acta Pedologica Sinica, Chinese Journal of Ecology and so on.
Commitment to research the situation:
In charge of following research projects:
1. Hundred Talent program “Environmental chemical behavior of selected pollutants and their ecological effects” funded by Chinese Academy of Sciences from 1999 to 2002, two million RMB.
2. NSFC-key project (49831005) “Electrochemical characteristics on soil surface and their chemical manifestation” funded by Natural Science Foundation of China from 1999 to 2002, 1.1million RMB.
3. National Basic Research and Development Program of China (973-project) “Soil acidification processes and regulation theory” funded by Ministry of Science and Technology from 1999 to 2004, 300 thousand RMB.
4. NSFC-project (40071046) “In-situ electrochemical monitoring of nutrients leaching loss in red soils after input of acid deposition” funded by Natural Science Foundation of China from 2001 to 2003, 210 thousand RMB.
5. International collaboration project “Soil pollution control and food security” funded by German BMBF from 2001-2003, 180 thousand DM, Prof. Jiang Xin and Prof. Kettrup as coordinator.
6. Knowledge innovation project “Risk assessment of soil pollution and bioremediation” funded by Chinese Academy of Sciences from 2002 to 2004, three millions RMB.
7. CAS frontier research project “Soil environmental chemical behaviors and crop effects”, funded by Chinese Academy of Sciences from 2002 to 2004, 500 thousand RMB.
8. Outstanding Youth Fund “Chemical processes of soil pollution and their effects on food crop quality” funded by Natural Science Foundation of China from 2003 to 2007,1.2 million RMB.
9. Key project of provincial natural science foundation “Soil pollution and early warning system of vegetable security” funded by Jiangsu Province from 2005-2007, 300 thousand RMB.
10. NSFC-project “DDT pollution mechanism and crop bioaccumulation in soil-plant system” funded by Natural Science Foundation of China from 2006 to 2008, 0.45 million RMB.
11. National Basic Research and Development Program of China (973-project) “Environmental behavior of Persistent Organic Pollutants in farming soils and ecological effects” funded by Ministry of Science and Technology from 2003 to 2008, 2.8 millions RMB.
12. International Partnership Project “Soil environmental pollution and quality security of food crop” funded by Chinese Academy of Sciences from 2005 to 2008, 0.9 million RMB.
13. Innovative research group project “Mechanism on transport and transformation of POPs in soils ” funded by Natural Science Foundation of China from 2007 to 2010,0.5 million RMB.
14. Key integrated project “Improvement of arable land quality and experimental demonstration engineering of sustainable efficient modern agriculture for jiangxi red soil region” funded by Chinese Academy of Sciences from 2007 to 2010, 7 million RMB.