Ray R. Y. Hong0000-0003-3055-0153
Ray R. Y. Hong is a Professor at College of Chemistry, Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, Soochow University, Suzhou, China, since 2003. he received the B.Eng. degree from East China University of Science and Technology (1990), M.Eng. degree from Institute of Coal Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Science (CAS) (1993), and Ph.D. degree from Institute of Process Engineering (IPE), CAS (1996). He was a Research Assistant at IPE, CAS (1996-1997), then a Postdoc at University of Notre Dame, University of Massachusetts, and University of Toronto at 1997, 1998, and 1999, respectively, then a Research Fellow at University of Toronto in 2002, and a Professor at Soochow University since 2003. He is also a Minjiang Professor and Guest Professor of Fuzhou University since 2010. His main research interests are preparation of nanoparticles, nanorods, nanotubes, nanocomposites, and nanohybrid materials; unit operation of chemical engineering for nanomaterials processing; industrial production of nanomaterials; rheology of nanoparticles suspension; computational fluid dynamics; pharmaceutics. He served as a Council at the Chinese Society of Particuology and as an Editorial Board Member to many prestigious journals. He is also the Editor for Special Issue of Magnetic Fluids of International Journal Nanotechnology. He received many honors and awards such as Featflow Fellowship, Dortmund University, Germany (2000), Minjiang Scholarship of Fujian Province (2010), Technology Innovation Prize of Suzhou National Hi-Tech District (2010), and ix-Peak Talent Award of Jiangsu Province (2011), among others.
Biography Updated on 21 March 2012