Jun Zhang

Inner Mongolia University, China

Dr. Jun Zhang is a professor of Chemistry at Inner Mongolia University, China. Dr. Jun Zhang received a Ph.D. in inorganic chemistry from Peking University, China in 2002. From 2003-2004, he was a postdoctoral research associate at the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM 595) in Strasbourg, France. In 2004-2006, he was appointed as a senior research scientist at Nomadics, Inc in Okahoma, USA. In 2006, he began his career as a full Professor of Chemistry at Inner Mongolia University, China. His research group focuses on developing new chemical methodologies for the synthesis of size- and shape- controlled nanostructures and hierarchical and porous architectures with multifunctionalities for a variety of applications in optoelectronic devices, catalysis, biological imaging, targeting and detecting, and fingerprint detection. Dr. Zhang has authored and co-authored 4 books, over 70 scientific publications in peer-reviewed journals, and held 6 patents. Most of his publications appeared on highly prestigious journals such as Advanced Materials, Biomaterials, Chemistry of Materials, Chemical Communication, and Journal of Catalysis etc. Dr. Zhang’s entire publications have been cited over 1800 times from 2002, and the one published on Chemistry of Materials has been cited over 485 times. He has been invited to deliver more than 30 talks on scientific conference or symposium. Dr. Zhang has received many prestigious awards including Inner Mongolia Natural Science Award (First Grade) and New Century Excellent Talents in University awarded by Ministry of Education of China etc. Dr. Zhang is funded by over 20 projects including National “863” project of China and NSFC etc. Dr. Zhang currently serves as Editorial Advisory Board of Journal of Inner Mongolia University, and peer reviewers for tens of scientific journals including ACS catalysis, and Applied Catalysis B-Environmental etc.

Biography Updated on 23 June 2013

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