Tian S. Chu

Chinese Academy of Sciences, China


Tian-shu Chu was born in Shandong Province, China, in 1969. She received a B. S. in Physics from Shandong University (1991) and a Ph. D. in Chemical Physics from Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (2006). She has been Professor since 2008. She joined the 1101 research group for theoretical and experimental chemical dynamics at State Key Laboratory of Molecular Reaction Dynamics, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, in 2007. During 1999-2000 she was a Research Assistant at the Department of Applied Physics and Material Sciences, City University of Hong Kong. In the year of 2007, she visited at the Department of Chemistry, Bristol University, UK. Tian-shu Chu’s research has dealt with theoretical investigations on molecular collision dynamics, chemical reaction dynamics, ultrafast dynamics, excited-state dynamics, hydrogen-bonding dynamics, photophysics and photochemistry. She made contributions to the development of time-dependent quantum scattering theory for final-state-averaged and state-to-state nonadiabatic dynamics, occurred on multiple coupled electronic states. Recently, her research efforts have focused on studying coupled electron-nuclear motion in external fields with time-dependent quantum theories and on studying mechanisms of fluorescence sensors and photoisomerization materials with time-dependent density functional theory.

Biography Updated on 21 May 2012

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