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Postdoc Researcher at Rice University
His personal interests are applying his knowledge to solve real problems either in academic or industry areas. Based on this motivation, he experienced plenty technique-based project-orientated consulting works in many years. These tasty tasks greatly open his vision and strength his leadership and communication skills. His research background includes all subjects of chemistry, from organic, analytical, inorganic, physical chemistry to chemical engineering.
In the past 5 years, he built up and develop innovative technology to investigate vibrational energy transfer from a dynamically atomic point of view. As Physical Chemistry PhD, he describes the macroscopic world of vibration motion with ultrafast time scale in atomic precision in condensed phases. Any molecular level understanding of the common basic principles underneath macroscopic phenomena are including in his research interests, ranging from heat dissipation in materials, biomolecular denaturation/recognition and heterogeneous catalysts.
Dr. Junrong Zheng
Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Rice University
Dr. Zheng is an Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Rice University. He is a recipient of the 2011 Air Force Young Investigator Award by the USA Air Force Office of Scientific Research. He also received the Norman Hackerman Welch Young Investigator Award in the year of 2008 when he started his independent research at Rice University.
Dr. Zheng worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow in the same lab at Stanford University for one year after receiving his Ph.D. in physical chemistry in 2007. He received master’s degrees in polymer physics and polymer chemistry from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Peking University, respectively. He also earned a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from Peking University.
Yu (Hugh) Liang
Associate Professor at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering of University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Dr. Yu Liang is currently working at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering of University of Tennessee at Chattanooga as an Associate Professor. His funded research projects cover the following areas: modeling and simulation, high-performance scientific and engineering computing, numerical linear algebra, the processing and analytics of large-scale sensory data, and computational mechanics. His research work has appeared in various prestigious journals, book and book chapters, and refereed conference, workshop, and symposium proceedings. Dr. Liang is serving in the International Journal of Security Technology for Smart Device (IJSTSD), Journal of Mathematical Research and Applications (JMRA), and Current Advances in Mathematics (CAM) as an editorial board member.
Head of Zhejiang University Information Technology Institute of Perceptual Technology Laboratory
Dr. Pan heads Zhejiang University Information Technology Institute of Perceptual Technology Laboratory. After graduating from Zhejiang University Department of Optical Instruments and New York City University. Dr. Pan joined Bell Communications Research Institute, then joined Nokia Central Research Institute, where he was internationally recognized as the top optical communications experts, with 12 international invention patents.
As a senior member of American Optical Communications Association, he led a multinational research project at Nokia Research Institute. The project team consists of experts from five countries around the world, where he served as project leader for one year in Helsinki, Finland and as a member of Nokia ITU-T Chief Representative for Optical Communications. He has been involved in the development and final voting of more than 20 standards for optical communications.