Ming Su is currently employed as an Associate Professor at the Research Center for Eco-Environmental Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences (RCEES, CAS), Beijing. His research focuses on water quality problems in drinking water bodies, with a focus on harmful algal blooms and associated taste & odor problems. Prior to this, He spent 6 years to complete his doctoral degree at RCEES, the research area was algal induced water quality problems in drinking water bodies. After the PhD, he was awarded a 2-year postdoctoral position in RCEES, for a specific project to investigate ecological niche identification, regulation and control strategies for odor-producing cyanobacteria in Miyun Reservoir, China. He was subsequently employed as an Assistant Professor till Jan. 2019 at RCEES, CAS.
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PhD in Environmental Engineering, 2013
Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Science
BSc in Environmental Science, 2007