31st Academic Annual Conference of the Chinese Chemical Society
Sunday, May 6, 2018
Hangzhou International Expo Center, Room 404
No.353 Benjing Avenue,
Qianjiang Century City,
Xiaoshan District, Hangzhou
ACS on Campus is excited to announce its participation in the 31st Academic Annual Conference of the Chinese Chemical Society. The CCS has support and active participation from chemists across China, shown by the continual growth of this conference. The 31st Academic Annual Meeting of the Chinese Chemical Society established 48 academic branches, which set a new scale in the history of the annual meeting. The 2018 meeting will be held from May 4-8 at the Hangzhou International Expo Center and feature four days of a variety of academic forums, continuing education and other activities spanning the disciplines of chemistry.
For more information: http://www.chemsoc.org.cn/meeting/31st/FAQ.html
Welcome and Introduction
ACS Publications Journal Flash Talks
10 Tips for Preparing Your Manuscript
Using SciFinder in Your Job Search
ACS: Resources to Grow Your Future
“Modelling Heterogeneous Catalysis: Nature of Active Sites and Reaction Pathways” by Philippe Sautet
Peer Review: How, Why and What Not To Do
Q&A and Closing Remarks
Christopher Jones, Ph.D.
Editor-in-Chief, ACS Catalysis
Love Family Professor, School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, School of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Georgia Institute of Technology
Christopher W. Jones earned his BSE degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Michigan in 1995. Subsequently, he earned an MS (1997) and PhD (1999) in Chemical Engineering from the California Institute of Technology, working with Mark E. Davis. After a post-doctoral year working at Caltech with Davis and John E. Bercaw, he joined the Georgia Institute of Technology as an Assistant Professor in 2000. He was promoted to Associate Professor in 2005, Professor in 2008, and was named the New-Vision Professor in 2011. Today, he is the Love Family Professor and Associate Vice President for Research at Georgia Tech. Chris is the Founding Editor-in-Chief of ACS Catalysis. Chris’ primary interests outside of chemistry are ice hockey and auto racing, particularly sports car racing and Formula 1. He participates in 5-10 amateur driving events per year, and considers Barber Motorsports Park his favorite track.
George Schatz, Ph.D.
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Physical Chemistry
Charles E. and Emma H. Morrison Professor, Department of Chemistry, Northwestern University
George C. Schatz graduated from Clarkson University in 1971 with a B.S. in Chemistry and received his PhD in Chemistry in 1976 from the California Institute of Technology. Dr. Schatz joined the faculty of Northwestern University in 1976 as an Assistant Professor. In 2002 he was named Morrison Professor in Chemistry. In addition to his research activities, Dr. Schatz is the co-author of Quantum Mechanics in Chemistry, Introduction to Quantum Mechanics in Chemistry and Highly Excited Molecules: Relaxation, Reaction, and Structure. Dr. Schatz focuses on the theory and computation of nanoscale structures, dynamics, and optical properties. He has worked extensively in the development of combined electronic structure and molecular dynamics methods for simulating processes that involve the formation or breaking of chemical bonds, including nanotube fracture, gas-phase reactions, and reactions at gas-solid interfaces.
Dongyuan Zhao, Ph.D.
Senior Editor, ACS Central Science
Fudan University, China
Prof. Dongyuan Zhao was born in Northeastern of China, he received B.S. (1984), M.S. (1987) and PhD (1990) from Jilin University. He was a post-doctoral fellow in the Weizmann Institute of Science (1993–94), University of Houston (1995–96), University of California at Santa Barbara (1996–98). Now he is a Professor (Cheung Kong and HaoQing Professorship) in the Department of Chemistry at Fudan University. He was a member of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and The Third World Academy of Science (TWAS), Council Member of IZA, President of International Mesostructured Materials Association (IMMA). He has received many awards such as TWAS Lenovo Science Prize (2016); CRN Rao Award from India Chemical Research Society (2013); Muetterties Memory Award (2012); The Ho Leung Ho Lee Award (2009), TWAS Prize (2008); IMMS Award (2008); DuPond Award (2005). He is now serving as Senior Editor of ACS Central Science; he served as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Materials Chemistry, and co-editor of Journal of Colloid and Interface Science. He published more than 600 peer-review papers, 40 patents and is listed as one of highly cited researchers ISI in both Chemistry and Materials Science fields (Total citation ~70,000, h index 125). His research interests mainly include designed synthesis, assembly, structure and application of ordered mesoporous materials.
Team Head, Academic Market, CAS China
Ms. Helen Zhu worked on SciFinder and other CAS products for about 10 years. She leads academic Account Consultant team to support users from Chinese universities in using SciFinder and other CAS solutions. Ms. Zhu is a senior SciFinder trainer and has provided SciFinder training to over 30,000 users. She deeply understands users’ research needs and customizes training program to help users succeed in getting information efficiently. Ms. Zhu has 3-years R&D experience in Pharmaceutical Corporate before working for CAS. She received her Master Degree in Pharmaceutical Chemistry from Shanghai Institute of Pharmaceutical Industry and her Bachelor’s degree in Fine Chemistry Engineering from the East China University of Science and Technology.
Chunxiao Zheng, Ph.D.
Director of Strategy & Scientific Advancement, ACS China
Dr. Chunxiao Zheng received her PhD in polymer science from Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences. She spent more than 10 years at the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) and took various roles such as Beijing Rep, China Rep and then Chief Rep for the RSC in China. In 2017, Dr. Zheng joined ACS China office as the Director of Strategy & Scientific Advancement and led the society side activities for ACS in China.
Shuli You, Ph.D.
Professor, Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry
Shuli You was born in Henan, China, and received his BSc in chemistry from Nankai Univ. (1996). He obtained his PhD from Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry (SIOC) in 2001 under the supervision of Prof. Lixin Dai before doing postdoctoral studies with Prof. Jeffery Kelly at The Scripps Research Institute. From 2004, he worked at the Genomics Institute of the Novartis Research Foundation as a PI before returning to SIOC as a Professor in 2006. His research interests mainly focus on asymmetric C-H functionalization and catalytic asymmetric dearomatization (CADA) reactions. He is the recipient of AstraZeneca Excellence in Chemistry Award (2011), RSC Merck Award (2015), Ho Leung Ho Lee Foundation Prize for Scientific and Technological Innovation (2016), and Novartis Chemistry Lectureship (2017/2018)
Susannah Scott, Ph.D.
Associate Editor, ACS Catalysis
Distinguished Professor and Duncan and Suzanne Mellichamp Academic Initiative Chair in Sustainable Catalysis, University of California
Professor Susannah Scott received her Ph.D. from Iowa State University in 1991. In 2003, she moved to the University of California, Santa Barbara, as a Full Professor of both Chemical Engineering and Chemistry & Biochemistry. She is currently a Distinguished Professor of the University of California, where she holds the Duncan and Suzanne Mellichamp Academic Initiative Chair in Sustainable Catalysis. Her research interests include surface organometallic chemistry, catalytic olefin transformations, dynamic nanomaterials, biomass conversion, environmental catalysis and the development of new kinetic and spectroscopic methods to probe reaction mechanisms at surfaces. She was named the 2017-2018 Vladimir N. Ipatieff Lecturer by Northwestern University and the 2017 Grace Hopper Lecturer by the University of Pennsylvania.
James Milne, Ph.D.
Senior Vice President, Journal Publishing Group, American Chemical Society
James Milne, Ph.D., is the senior vice president responsible for the ACS’s Journals Publishing Group. In this role he leads the strategic planning and the development of the Society’s 50+ peer-reviewed journals, its book programme, and associated products and services. With over 25 years of experience in scientific publishing, he has held senior publishing positions at Elsevier, the Royal Society of Chemistry, and at Wiley. With this breadth of experience across a range of organizations, he has been directly involved with most the leading chemistry societies. This presents a unique opportunity to identify and foster collaborative opportunities, focusing on developments to advance the broader chemistry enterprise.
Deqing Zhang, Ph.D.
Director, Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Professor Deqing Zhang is the Director of the Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China. Trained as an organic chemist, Professor Zhang’s research focuses on organic functional materials involving synthesis of organic functional molecules, spectroscopic studies, characterizations of self-assembly structures and optoelectronic properties, as well as applications for chemo-/biosensing and imaging.
Odile Eisenstein, Ph.D.
Associate Editor, ACS Catalysis
Professor, Institut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier, CTMM, Universite de Montpellier 2
Odile Eisenstein is a theoretical chemist who specializes in modelling the structure and reactivity of transition metals and lanthanidecomplexes. She has been an Associate Editor of ACS Catalysis since 2015 and professor at the Institut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier, CTMM at Universite de Montpellier 2. She has been a member of the French Academy of Sciences since 2013.
Bo-Qing Xu, Ph.D.
Associate, ACS Catalysis
Professor, Tsinghua University
Professor Bo-Qing Xu received his B.S. in Chemistry at Jiangxi University (1982), Master (1985) and PhD (1988) degree in Physical Chemistry at Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Academia Sinica. Dr. Xu started his career as a professor at Dalian University of Technology in 1992, worked as a visiting scientist at Northwestern University (USA, 1995 & 1997) and Georgia Tech (USA, 1996), he moved to Tsinghua University in 1998. He has also worked as a research student at Hokkaido University (Japan, 1986-1988), a short-term visiting professor at UC Berkeley (2002) and Hong Kong Baptist University (2003). He works in the field of Heterogeneous Catalysis with main interest on the physical chemistry aspects of new catalytic materials and catalytic reactions.