Recently, Professor Zhang Yuxin of the College of Materials Science and Engineering, Chongqing University received a certificate from the Royal Society of Chemistry. He has been admitted as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC).
It is reported that the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) was founded in 1841. It is the oldest chemical academic organization in the world, the largest chemical scientific organization in Europe, and one of the most influential international authoritative societies in the world. Among its fellows, there are nearly 80 Nobel Prize winners. Each year, the Society selects scientists who have made remarkable achievements in research of international chemical science and made outstanding contributions to promoting the development of chemical science as its fellows. This is the first time that the scientific and technological worker of Chongqing University has been admitted as a Fellow of the Society.
Zhang Yuxin is a professor of the College of Materials Science and Engineering, Director of New Diatom Materials Research Center, and a doctoral tutor of Chongqing University. He studied for a bachelor's degree in the School of Chemical Engineering of Tianjin University from 1996 to 2000, a master's degree in the School of Chemical Engineering of Tianjin University from 2000 to 2003, and a doctor's degree & postdoctoral research in the Department of Chemical Engineering of National University of Singapore from 2003 to 2009, under the guidance of Academician Zeng Huachun. He started to work in Chongqing University in August 2009. His research field is controllable preparation and application of diatom-based new materials. Up to now, he has published more than 300 academic papers in journals such as Progress in Materials Science and Advanced Materials. His works have been cited for 18,000 times with a H-factor of 73. He has published 6 monographs & translations, and obtained 1 patent in the United States and 13 patents in China. He is an executive associate editor of Nano Materials Science of the University. He was selected as one of the ESI Highly Cited Researchers of Clarivate during 2020 and 2022.