Jiechen Wu
Jiechen Wu

Jiechen Wu

Postdoctoral position
Luleå University of Technology
Urban Water Engineering
Architecture and Water
Department of Civil, Environmental and Natural Resources Engineering
+46 (0)920 491729
R126 Luleå

Jiechen has a PhD degree in Industrial Ecology from KTH Royal Institute of Technology.

Research interests include sustainable urban water management, with a special focus on human mediated sources of containments and their transport and fate in urban drainage systems. 

Jiechen’s PhD research, investigated future nitrogen and phosphorus flows from urban sources to water recipients upon various scenarios (of e.g., climate change, land use change, changes in source strengths), through developing a SFA (Substance Flow Analysis) based model for urban catchments. The research is been continued by analyzing and managing phosphors flows at industrial, agricultural, city and regional scales, from both environmental protection and resource conservation perspectives, by employing modelling and systematic approaches. 

Recent research projects include stormwater quality, sediments quality and integrated management solutions at urban water research group at LTU.  


Research projects


Article in journal

Anthropogenic phosphorus flows under different scenarios for the city of Stockholm, Sweden (2016)

Wu. J, Franzén. D, Malmström. M
Science of the Total Environment, Vol. 542, s. 1094-1105
Article in journal

Evaluating low-carbon city initiatives from the DPSIR framework perspective (2015)

Zhou. G, Singh. J, Wu. J, Sinha. R, Laurenti. R, Frostell. B
Habitat International, Vol. 50, s. 289-299
Article in journal

Nutrient loadings from urban catchments under climate change scenarios (2015)

Case studies in Stockholm, Sweden
Wu. J, Malmström. M
Science of the Total Environment, Vol. 518-519, s. 393-406
Conference paper

Climate change effects on nitrogen loading to urban lakes (2013)

The case of Råcksta Träsk, Stockholm, Sweden
Wu. J, Brandt. N, Malmström. M
Part of: Proceedings of the 6th International Perspectives on Water Resources & the Environment, 2013