The Shanghai Center for Urban Environmental Meteorology (SCUEM) was established by Shanghai Meteorological Bureau in 2005 and is responsible for air quality forecasting and issuing over Shanghai megacity by cooperation with Shanghai Environmental Monitoring Center. SCUEM has been operating the atmospheric composition measurements (e.g. O3, NO, NO2, CO, SO2, VOCs, PM, AOD, ASC, AEC, et al.) by 12 in-situ sites, ground-based remote sensing (sun-photometer and lidar), laboratory analysis as well as satellite retrieving (MODIS & FY-3). SCUEM is aimed to address air pollution prediction and regulation issues at urban to regional scale as well as its feedback on urban meteorology and climate change. SCUEM is closely cooperated with NCAR ACD, FMI, Canada Environment in the field of air quality monitoring and modelling, and successfully conducted the WMO-Shanghai GURME Pilot Project, MIRAGE-Shanghai atmospheric chemistry field campaign in recent 5 years. He was also a partner of European MEGAPOLI project.
The Department of Environmental Science and Engineering of Fudan University was established in 1996 in order to meet the needs of the rapid development of environmental science and protection in China, and to train the top experts of this field. At present Department of Envirnsive university, Fudan Unionmental Science and Engineering can award master’s and doctor’s degree with a highly-educated and young teaching and researching team, which includes 19 professors (13 tutors of Ph.D.), 19 associate professors, 18 lecturers. There are 62 registered staff and 6 consulting and adjunct professors who are all well-known experts home and abroad. The department is now applying the original foundation and characteristics of research meanwhile enhancing the cooperation of producing, teaching and researching with the enterprises home and abroad. The related research fields include atmosphere environment, pollution control, cleaner production, environmental materials, environmental project and management, and townscape and ecology.