Ph.D. candidate in Environmental Engineering
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Degrees
2012, BE in Water Supply and Wastewater Engineering, Tongji University
2014, MS in Environmental Engineering, University of Michigan

Research Interests
Emerging contaminants in wastewater; environmental health in developing countries

Conference
Yinyin Ye, Krista R. Wigginton, Jun. 2017, “Enveloped bacteriophage inactivation by free chlorine”, AEESP Education and Research Conference, Ann Arbor, MI.

Yinyin Ye, Krista R. Wigginton, Jun. 2017, “Oxidation Reactions in Enveloped Virus Proteins by High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry”, 14th Annual LC-MS/MS Workshop on Environmental and Food Safety, Buffalo, NY.

Yinyin Ye, Krista R. Wigginton, May 2017, “Model enveloped virus inactivation by free chlorine”, 19th IWA-Health Related Water Microbiology Symposium, Chapel Hill, NC.

Yinyin Ye, Krista R. Wigginton, Feb. 2017, “A bottom-up study of model enveloped virus inactivation by free chlorine”, Borchardt Conference, Ann Arbor, MI.

Yinyin Ye, Krista Rule Wigginton, September 2016, “Model Enveloped Virus Inactivation by Free Chlorine,” 5th Food and Environmental Virology Conference, Kusatsu, Japan.

Yinyin Ye, Krista Rule Wigginton, May 2016, “Fate and Recovery of Enveloped Viruses in Municipal Wastewater,” Water Microbiology 2016, Chapel Hill, NC.

Yinyin Ye, Miles Ellenberg, Katy Grahm, Krista Rule Wigginton, August 2015, “Methods for the Detection of Infective Enveloped Viruses in Municipal Wastewater,” American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition, Boston, MA.

Yinyin Ye, Miles Ellenberg, Krista Wigginton, June 2015, “Methods for the Detection of Infective Enveloped Viruses in Municipal Wastewater,” AEESP Education and Research Conference, New Haven, CT.

Robert Miles Ellenberg, Yinyin Ye, Krista Rule Wigginton, May 2015, “Optimization of Methods for Detecting Enveloped Viruses in Municipal Wastewater,” American Society for Micorbiology General Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Yinyin Ye, Miles Ellenberg, Krista Wigginton, February 2014, “Enveloped Respiratory Viruses in Wastewater and Sewage Sludge”. Borchardt Conference, Ann Arbor, MI.

Wang, Y. Ye, X. Yan, J. Wu, S. Xi, F. Li, August 2012, “Removal of Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles in Water by Aggregation and Coagulation Processes,” Chinese Chemical Society Water Treatment Conference, Tianjin, China.

Wang, Y. Ye, J. Qi, F. Li, June 2012, “Removal of Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles by Different Coagulants. IWA Specialist Conference on Particle Separation,” Berlin, Germany.

Publications
Ye, R. M. Ellenberg, K. E. Graham, K. R. Wigginton. (2016). Survivability, partitioning, and recovery of enveloped viruses in untreated municipal wastewater. Environ. Sci. & Technol: DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.6b00876.

R. Wigginton, Y. Ye and R. M. Ellenberg. (2015). Emerging investigators series: the source and fate of pandemic viruses in the urban water cycle. Environ. Sci.: Water Res. Technol., Vol 1, 735-746.

Wang, Y. Ye, J. Qi, F. Li, Y. Tang. (2013). Removal of titanium dioxide nanoparticles by coagulation: effects of coagulants, typical ions, alkalinity and natural organic matters. Water Science and Technology, Vol 68, 1137-1142.

Qi, Y. Ye, J. Wu, H. Wang, F. Li. (2013). Dispersion and stability of titanium dioxide nanoparticles in aqueous suspension: effects of ultrasonication and concentration. Water Science and Technology, Vol 67, 147-151.

Fellowships and Awards
Barbour Scholarship, University of Michigan, 2017-2018
Graduate Student Awards in Environmental Chemistry, Division of Environmental Chemistry of the American Chemical Society, 2017
Excellent Presentation Award, 5th International Society for Food and Environmental Virology Conference, 2016
Rackham International Student Fellowship, University of Michigan, 2015
Jack A. Borchardt Fellowship, University of Michigan, 2014
Klaus Toepfer Scholarship, UNEP-Tongji, 2012

Other Interests
I enjoy oil painting, graphic designing, and running.

Contact
1351 Beal Ave.
2 EWRE
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
yinyinye@umich.edu