Hanmin Huang

University of Science and Technology of China, China

Hanmin Huang was born in 1974 in Hubei, China, completed his MS degree at Huazhong University of Science & Technology. He obtained his PhD degree in 2003 at Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, CAS, under the supervision of Professor Huilin Chen and Professor Zhuo Zheng. He then moved to Nagoya University and worked as JSPS postdoctoral research fellow with Professor Masato Kitamura. In April 2008, he initiated his independent research in Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics as a full professor financed by “Hundred Talent’’ program of CAS. In march 2016, he moved to University of Science and Technology of China as a Full professor. He is a Fellow of RSC (FRSC). He has been awarded the National Science Fund for Excellent Young Scholar of China in 2012, excellent “Hundred Talent’’ by Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2013. He was a deputy director of State Key Lab for Oxo synthesis and selective oxidation. He has published over 90 papers as the first or corresponding author. His current research interests focused on the development of new and efficient synthetic methodologies for green organic synthesis.

Biography Updated on 5 August 2017

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