学术预先报告:Avenue to Electrochemiluminescence of Nanocrystals and Clusters

报告标题:New Measurement Strategies to Characterize Brain Chemistry

告知标题:Progress Report on Bioanalytical Technology and
Environmental Health

www.mgm4858.com ,告诉标题:SECM as a tool for electrocatalysis and cell biology

报告标题:Avenue to Electrochemiluminescence of Nanocrystals and
Clusters

报告人:Prof. Jonathan V. Sweedler,《Analytical
Chemistry》主编,Department of Chemistry,University of Illinois,USA

报告人:Prof. Chris Le

报告人:Michael V. Mirkin 教授

报告人:加拿大安徽大学致大学化学系 丁志峰 教师

时间:2016年5月16日下午16:00

告知标题:Detection of Microbial Pathogens and Disinfection
By-products in Water

Queens College – City University of New York

告知时间:二零一六年11月12日 中午10:00

地点:化学高校创隆厅

报告人:Prof. Xing-Fang Li

告诉时间:七月四十十五日晚上10:00

告诉地方:化学楼226室

简介:Jonathan Sweedler received his Ph.D. degree in Chemistry from
the University of Arizona in 1988 and spent three years at Stanford
before moving to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1991,
where he has been since. He is currently the Director of the School of
Chemical Science and James R. Eiszner Family Endowed Professor of
Chemistry, as well as a Center for Advanced Study Professor of
Chemistry; he is also affiliated with the Institute of Genomic Biology
and the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology. Before
being appointed as Editor-in-Chief of Analytical Chemistry, he served as
an Associate Editor for four years. His past trainees include 50 Ph.D.
students and 37 postdoctoral fellows. He has a unique interdisciplinary
approach to academic training in chemistry; graduate students in his
group receive PhDs in a variety of fields: analytical chemistry,
physical chemistry, chemical biology, biophysics, physiology, and
neuroscience.

时间:2016年5月17日下午15:00

告诉地方:新化学楼 224会场

报告人简单介绍:

Sweedler has established an international reputation for designing
innovative analytical methods to assay complex microenvironments,
including small-volume separation and detection methods,
micro/nanofluidic sampling approaches, and the application of these
technologies to studying novel neurochemical pathways in a cell-specific
manner. He has created novel metabolomic and peptidomic technologies and
has used these to discover the roles that peptide hormones,
neurotransmitters, and neuromodulatory agents play in behavior,
learning, and memory. Sweedler has published 335+ research papers and
has 14 patents.

地点:化学大学创隆厅

特邀单位:化科院/吉林省新型重力电瓶保养实验室

Dr. Zhifeng Ding is a full professor of chemistry at The University of
Western Ontario, London, Ontario Province, Canada. He received his B.S.
degree in chemistry with the highest honor at Southeast University,
M.Sc. in coordination chemistry under the supervision of Prof. Xiaozeng
You at Nanjing University and earned his Ph.D. in physical and
analytical electrochemistry in the Girault group at Swiss Federal
Institute of Technology in Lausanne . After 3 years postdoctoral
research in Allen J. Bard’s Lab at The University of Texas at Austin, he
moved to his present Canadian university as faculty member. His research
focuses on scanning electrochemical microscopy, ionic liquids as novel
electrolytes, electrochemiluminescence and solar cells. He has published
more than 126 papers and received several awards including most
recently: Premier’s Research Excellence Award 2003; Western Science
Distinguished Research Professor 2014-2015; Western University Faculty
Scholar 2015-2016.

简介:

Michael V. Mirkin 教师简单介绍:

Professor X. Chris Le

MICHAEL V. MIRKIN received the B.S./M.S. in chemistry and Ph. D. in
electrochemistry from Kazakh State University (former USSR). He had been
a Research Associate at the Chemistry Department of the same University
from 1987 to 1989. He did his postdoctoral research at The University of
Texas at Austin (A. J. Bard’s group) from 1990 to 1993 and then joined
the faculty of Queens College – City University of New York, where he
currently is a Professor of Chemistry.

Dr. Le holds Canada Research Chair in Bio-Analytical Technology and
Environmental Health. He is Distinguished University Professor in the
Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, and is an adjunct
professor in Chemistry and Public Health Sciences. He is the Director of
Analytical and Environmental Toxicology Division.

His professional interests are in application of electrochemical methods
to solving problems in physical and analytical chemistry and include
charge-transfer reactions at solid/liquid and liquid/liquid interfaces,
electrochemical kinetics, and nanoelectrochemistry. He has published
more than 120 peer-reviewed papers (including Science, JACS etc.) and
chapters (h-index, 46). During the last several years he has been
involved in theoretical and experimental development of scanning
electrochemical microscopy , applied this method to study various
chemical structures and processes on the nanoscale, and co-edited the
first monograph on SECM (second edition, 2012) and a monograph on
nanoelectrochemistry . In 2013, he was Invited Visiting Professor at
Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, France.

Dr. Le received his BSc degree in Chemistry from Wuhan University, where
he started research on inductively coupled plasma optical emission
spectrometry for the determination of rare earth elements. He received
two MSc degrees, one in Environmental Chemistry from Research Center for
Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Science, and the other in
Analytical Chemistry from Brock University. He developed direct current
plasma and atomic absorption techniques that were applied to the
certification of standard reference materials for trace elements. He
obtained PhD in Environmental/Analytical Chemistry from the University
of British Columbia. His PhD research with William Cullen on arsenic
speciation resulted in a better understanding of the environmental fate
and human metabolism of arsenic compounds such as arsenosugars. He spent
a year as a Killam postdoctoral fellow with Norm Dovichi at the
University of Alberta, where he studied enzymatic hydrolysis of
oligosaccharides in single yeast cells.

Dr. Le’s current research is on bioanalytical chemistry and
environmental toxicology. He has published more than 200 research
articles on bioanalytical techniques for environmental and health
research, assessment of human exposure to environmental contaminants,
and detection of proteins and DNA damage. His collaborative work on the
determination of arsenic species, assays for trace amounts of proteins
and DNA damage, and new approaches to studies of protein and DNA binding
have enabled novel environmental and biological studies.

Dr. Le is an elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, Academy of
Science. He has received an E.W.R. Steacie Fellowship from the Natural
Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada. He received the
W.A.E. McBryde Medal , the Maxxam Award (Analytical Chemistry) , and the
Environment Research and Development Award from the Canadian Society for
Chemistry. He also received the Martha Cook Piper Research Prize and the
Award for Excellence in Mentoring from the University of Alberta. Dr. Le
has trained more than 80 graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.
Twenty of his trainees currently hold independent academic positions in
Canada, China, Turkey, and the United States.

Professor Xing-Fang Li

Dr. Xing-Fang Li is Tenured Full Professor at the University of Alberta
with cross appointment in the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry and in
the School of Public Health. She is the Past Chair of the Environment
Division, Canadian Society for Chemistry. Her diverse research deals
with analytical and environmental chemistry, focusing on analytical
technology development and applications to drinking water disinfection,
environmental contaminants, microbial pathogens, and molecular
interactions between environmental contaminants and biomolecules.

Dr. Li has received a University Faculty Award from the Natural Sciences
and Engineering Research Council of Canada and a McBryde Medal from the
Canadian Society for Chemistry to recognize “a significant achievement
in pure or applied analytical chemistry”. She was awarded the Annual
KillamProfessorship (2012/2013) and Excellence in Mentoring Award at the
University of Alberta. She is elected Fellow of Chemical Institute of
Canada .

Dr. Li serves as Associate Editor for Encyclopedia of Analytical
Chemistry and editorial board member for Chemosphere, Journal of
Environmental Sciences, and Environmental Chemistry (in Chinese). She is
also elected Vice Chair and Chair of Gordon Research Conference on Water
Disinfection By-products.

Dr. Li received B.Sc. in Chemistry from Hangzhou University, M.Sc. in
Environmental Chemistry from the Research Centre for Eco-Environmental
Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, M.Sc. in Analytical Chemistry
from Brock University , and Ph.D. in Environmental/Analytical Chemistry
from the University of British Columbia, Canada.

Dr. Li is a guest professor at Zhejiang University, Wuhan University,
and the Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy
of Sciences . Current projects in Dr. Li’s research group include:
characterizing new drinking water disinfection by-products of
toxicological significance, studying toxicity of emerging water
contaminants, generating DNA aptamers that bind to specific microbial
pathogens, and developing nano-biosensing devices and assays for
detection of microbial infections and environmental contaminants.

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