Shike’s research interests include climate change and forecasting the impact of human activities on global phenology with ecological modeling. Before he joined SEAS, Shike focused on revealing the process of how sludge changes after acidification + K2FeO4 conditioning, and explored the optimal value of dewatering effect, from the perspectives of EPS (Extracellular Polymeric Substances), particle size, type and content of organic matter. What’s more, he analyzed data and helped to sort out the current situation of industrial structure, energy structure, water environment and development strategic planning of coastal countries. In his current research, he aims to use numerical models and simulations to analyze the feedback of human activities and alleviate the burden on the ecosystem. Shike Zhang graduated with a BS degree in Environmental Science from Department of Environmental Science and Technology, Tongji University, China, in 2022.
B.S., Environmental Science, Department of Environmental Science and Technology, Tongji University (2022)