Zhongqun Tian

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Prof. Zhongqun TIAn
Tel:+0086-592-2186979 (Office)
Fax:+0086-592-2183047
Email:
zqtian@xmu.edu.cn
Address: Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University,
No. 422, Siming South Road, Xiamen 361005, CHINA
Group Web:
http://zqtian.xmu.edu.cn/ 

Biography:

Zhong-Qun Tian, Professor of Chemistry at Xiamen Univ., China. He obtained his BSc at Xiamen Univ. in 1982 and his PhD under the supervision of M. Fleischmann (FRS) on electrochemical SERS at the Univ. of Southampton in 1987. Then he returned to Xiamen Univ. and was promoted to full professor in 1992. His main research interests include SERS, spectroelectrochemistry, plasmonics, nanochemistry. He was elected as Member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (MCAS) and RSC Fellow in 2005, Fellow of International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE) in 2010 and Fellow of the World Academy of Sciences (FTWAS) in 2014. He received several awards from ISE, USA, UK, France, Japan and China. He currently is the director of Fujian Science & Technology Innovation Laboratory for Energy Materials, the Immediate-Past-President of ISE, member of editorial advisory board for over ten international journals including inaugural board of  Chem., Chem. Sci., J. Energy Chem., Matter and National Science Rev., and an associate editor for Science in China-Chemistry and Chem. Soc. Rev.

Education:

Entered Dept. Chem., Xiamen Univ., Feb. 1978, and graduated Feb. 1982 with degree of Bachelor.

Entered Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University, Mar. 1982 for the degree of Matser.

Entered Department of Chemistry, University of Southampton, United Kingdom, Oct. 1983, and received a Ph.D, Jan. 1987 for a thesis entitled: "In-situ Raman Spectroscopic Studies on Electrodeposition and Electrosorption" (Advisor: Martin Fleischmann, FRS)

Employment:

Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University, 1987.2-1989.1

Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University, 1989.2-1991.12

Professor, State Key Lab of Physical Chemistry of Solid Surfaces, Xiamen Univ., 1992.1-

Deputy Director, State Key Laboratory of Physical Chemistry of Solid Surfaces, 1996.9-

Director, State Key Laboratory of Physical Chemistry of Solid Surfaces, 2003.5-2011.1

Director, Collaborative Innovation Center of Chemistry for Energy Materials, 2012.6-

Dean of the Faculty of Engineering of Xiamen University, 2013.9-

Director of Graphene Industry & Engineering Research Institute, 2016.1-

Other Appointments & Positions:

Immediate-Past-President of International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE), 2021-2022

President of International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE), 2019-2020

President Elect of International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE), 2017-2018

Member of Advisory Board of Department of Chemistry, NSF of China, 2006-2011, 2017-

Member of Committee of Science & Technology, Ministry of Education of China, 2016-

Fellow of the World Academy of Sciences (FTWAS), 2014-

Fellow of International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE), 2010-

Member of Standing Committee of Department of Chemistry, CAS, 2010-2021

Member of Advisory Board of Division of Physical and Biophysical Chemistry, IUPAC, 2008-

Regional Representative (China) of International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE), 2007-2009.

Chairman, Panel of Phys. Chem. Division, NSF of China, 2008-2009, Vice Chair, 2006-2007.

Executive Council Member of Chinese Chemical Society, 2006-2015

Academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), China, 2005-

Fellow of Royal Society of Chemistry, UK, 2005-

Council Member of Chinese Society of Micro/Nano Technology, 2005-

Titular Member of Division of Physical and Biophysical Chemistry, IUPAC, 2004-2007

National Representative of Physical Chemistry Division, IUPAC, 2002-2003

National Representative of Electrochemistry Committee, IUPAC, 2001-2002

Member of the Steering Committee of International Conference on Raman Spectroscopy 2004-2010

Chairman, Chinese Society of Electrochemistry, 2004-2007

Chairman, Committee of Light (Raman) Scattering, Chinese Physical Society, 2002-2006

Guest Professor of Chemistry, Chinese University of Hong Kong, China, 2006-2012

Guest Professor of Chemistry, Univ. of Science and Technology of China, China, 2001-

Visiting Professor of Ecole Normal Superior, Paris, France, 2008.9, 2010.9.

Editiorial Boards:

Associate Editor, Chemical Society Review, 2012-

Associate Editor, J. Raman Spectroscopy, 2009-2021

Associate Editor, Science China Chemistry, 2008-

 

Member, Advisory Board of ACS Phys Chem Au, 2021-

Member, Advisory Board of Giant, 2020-

Member, Advisory Board of Matter, 2019-

Member, Advisory Board of Chem, 2016-

Member, Advisory Board of ACS Central Science, 2016-2019

Member, Advisory Board of National Science Rev., 2016-

Member, Advisory Board of Faraday Discussion, 2015-

Member, Advisory board of J. Brazilian Chem. Soc., 2014-

Member, Advisory Board of Anal. Chem., 2013-2016.

Member, Advisory Board of J. Energy Chemistry, 2013-

Member, Editorial Committee of Annual Rev. Anal. Chem., 2012-2016

Member, Advisory Board of J. Chem. Phys., 2011-

Member, Advisory Board of Chemical Sciences, 2010-

Member, Advisory Board of J. American Chemical Society, 2010-

Associate Editor, Applied Spectroscopy, 2009-2012

Member, Advisory Board of J. Phys. Chem., 2008-

Member, Advisory Board of Electrochimica Acta, 2008-2010.

Member, Advisory Board of J. Electroanalytical Chem., 2008-, Editor, 2010-2012.

Member, Advisory Board of Langmuir, 2007-2009

Member, Advisory Board of Chemical Communications, 2006 -

Member, Advisory Board of Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2006 -2019

Member, Editorial Board of J. Chem. Phys. (Chinese), 2002-2018

Member, Advisory Board of J. Raman Spectroscopy, 2000-

Member, Editorial Board of Chinese J. Chemistry (English), 1999-2008

Member, Editorial Board of J. Electrochemistry (Chinese), 1994 -

Member, Editorial Board of J. Light Scattering (Chinese), 1992-

Member, Editorial Board of J. Applied Chemistry (Chinese), 1991 –

Awards and National Special Grants:

Second Prize of National Neutral Science of China (2019)

Award in Life-Achievement of Spectroscopy of China (2018)

Award in Spectrochemical Analysis of American Chemistry Society (2017)

Prize of Innovation on Spectroscopy, Hitachi, Japan2015

Grand Prix Franco-Chinois Senior of Institute of France Academic Science (2015)

The Prix Jacques Tacussel of International Society of Electrochemistry (2013)

The Faraday Medal 2012 Award of Royal Society of Chemistry (2012)

The Creative Research Group Grant of Natural Science Foundation of China (2001-2006)

The First Class Sci. and Tech. Progress Prize of the Ministry of Education of China (2001)

The Outstanding Young Scholar Award of Quishi Foundation of Hong Kong (1999).

The National Distinguished Young Scientist Grant of China (1996-2000)

The Trans-Century Young Scientist Award of the Ministry of Education of China (1994)

Principal Research Interests:

Surface-enhanced Raman Spectroscopy, Spectro-electrochemistry, Nano-chemistry, plasmonics, molecule assembly.

Selected Recent Publications:

550 peer-reviewed papers, over 29,000 citations and H-index 80, 7 chapters of Encyclopedia and books, 2 books, 3 special issues.

  1. 1. Revisiting the Atomistic Structures at the Interface of Au(111) Electrode-Sulfuric Acid Solution. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 142(20): 9439-9446, 2020

  2. 2. Plasmon-Mediated Chemical Reactions on Nanostructures Unveiled by Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy. Accounts of Chemical Research, 52(10): 2784-2792, 2019

  3. 3. In situ probing electrified interfacial water structures at atomically flat surfaces. Nature Materials, 18(7): 697-701, 2019  

  4. 4. From plasmon-enhanced molecular spectroscopy to plasmon-mediated chemical reactions. Nature Reviews Chemistry, 2:216–230, 2018

  5. 5. Nanostructure-based plasmon-enhanced Raman spectroscopy for surface analysis of materials. Nature Reviews Materials, 1(6): 16021(1-16), 2016

  6. 6. Dielectric shell isolated and graphene shell isolated nanoparticle enhanced Raman spectroscopies and their applications. Chemical Society Reviews, 44(23): 8399-8409, 2015

  7. 7. What molecular assembly can learn from catalytic chemistry, Chemical Society Reviews, 43(1): 399-411, 2014

  8. 8. Shell-Isolated Nanoparticle-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy. Nature, 464 (7287): 392-395, 2010

  9. 9. Adsorption and Reaction at Electrochemical Interfaces as Probed by Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy. Annual Review of Physical Chemistry, 55: 197-299, 2004.

  10. 10. Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering: From Noble to Transition Metals and from Rough Surfaces to Ordered Nanostructures. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 106(37): 9463-9483, 2002