施珊珊 助理研究员

Research Assistant Professor SHI Shanshan

电邮 Email: shiss@nju.edu.cn


中南大学热能与动力工程系学士、清华大学建筑技术科学系博士,美国加州大学洛杉矶分校访问学者,美国杜克大学访问学者,现为南京大学建筑与城市规划学院助理研究员。

主要从事室内空气品质,建筑通风等领域的研究。

主持国家自然科学基金青年基金项目1项、江苏省自然科学基金青年项目1项、中国博士后科研基金面上项目1项、江苏省博士后科研基金1项,参与省、部级科研课题项目数项。发表科研论文、著作权30余篇。获得美国暖通空调工程师协会ASHRAE Grant-in-Aid奖励,江苏省“双创人才”计划“双创博士”。



目前承担课程


·《绿色建筑与建筑节能》



主要科研项目与成果


·2018-2020  国家自然科学基金青年项目《玻璃纤维及活性炭对室内空气中邻苯二甲酸酯的净化机理与多相模型研究》
·2018-2020  江苏省自然科学基金青年项目《玻璃纤维过滤材料去除室内空气中多相邻苯二甲酸酯机理的研究》
·2018-2019 中国博士后科学基金面上资助项目《优化室内空气品质的夏热冬冷地区住宅通风净化模式研究》
·2018-2019  江苏省博士后科研A类资助项目《南京地区住宅自然通风状况及其影响因素研究》



主要论著


·Shi, S., Zhao, B., & Zhang, J. J. 2018. Effect of residential air cleaning interventions on risk of cancer associated with indoor semi-volatile organic compounds: a comprehensive simulation study. The Lancet Planetary Health, 2(12), 532-539.
·Shi, S., Cao, J., Zhang, Y., & Zhao, B. 2018. Emissions of Phthalates from Indoor Flat Materials in Chinese Residences. Environmental science & technology, 52(22), 13166-13173.
·Shi, S. 2018. Contributions of indoor and outdoor sources to airborne polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons indoors. Building and Environment, 131, 154-162.
·Shi, S., Bian. Y., Zhang. L., Chen, C. 2017. A method for assessing the performance of nanofiber films coated on window screens in reducing residential exposures to PM 2.5 of outdoor origin in Beijing. Indoor air 27, 6: 1190-1200.
·Shi, S., Chen, C., Zhao, B. 2017. Modifications of exposure to ambient particulate matter: Tackling bias in using ambient concentration as surrogate with particle infiltration factor and ambient exposure factor. Environmental Pollution, 220, 337-347.
·Shi, S., Chen, C., Zhao, B. 2015. Air infiltration rate distributions of residences in Beijing. Building and Environment, 92, 528-537.
·Shi, S., Zhao, B. 2015. Estimating indoor semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs) associated with settled dust by an integrated kinetic model accounting for aerosol dynamics. Atmospheric Environment, 107, 52-61.
·Shi, S., Zhao, B. 2014. Modeled exposure assessment via inhalation and dermal pathways to airborne semivolatile organic compounds (SVOCs) in residences. Environmental science & technology, 48(10), 5691-5699.