Prof. Jingcheng Hao
Dean, School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
Director, Key Laboratory of Colloid and Interface Chemistry of the Ministry of Education
27 Shandanan Road, Jinan 250100, China.
1993.7-1995.12 Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Ph.D., in Chemistry
1990.7-1993.7 Shandong University, M.S., in Chemistry
1983.7-1987.7 Shandong Normal University, B.S., in Chemistry
2006.7-2006.8 Department of Chemistry, Lehigh University, USA, Visiting Professor
2004.7-2004.9 Physical Chemistry I, Bayreuth University, Germany, Alexander von Humboldt-Foundation, Research Fellow
2003.3-2003.5 Physical Chemistry I, Bayreuth University, Germany, Alexander von Humboldt-Foundation, Research Fellow
2000.12-2002.11 Department of Chemistry, State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA, Research Support Specialist
1998.10-2000.12 Physical Chemistry I, Bayreuth University, Germany, Alexander von Humboldt-Foundation, Research Fellow
1998.4-1998.10 Department of Chemistry, School of Sciences, Nagoya University, Japan, Daiko-Foundation Fellow
1995.12-1997.12 Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Post-doctoral Scholar
1. Self-assembly surfactants or amphiphilic polymers in solutions:
(a) Aggregates structures, formation process and transition discipline.
(b) Self-assembly of viscoelastic hydrogels or ionogels into responsively functional materials.
2. Self-assembly at interface: Highly ordered porous materials and properties.
3. The functions of aggregates:
(a) The tribology of colloidal system.
(b) Template effect of ordered aggregation structure.
(c) Biological function of ordered porous films.
Professor Jingcheng Hao received his PhD from Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), Lanzhou, P. R. China in 1995. Subsequently, Dr. Hao had a series of postdoctoral research positions at Lanzhou Institute, Nagoya University (Japan) as a Daiko Foundation Fellow, Bayreuth University (Germany) as an Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Fellow, and finally at SUNY-Stony Brook (USA) as a Research Specialist. In December 2002, he joined Shandong University, P. R. China, where he is currently full-professor and director of the Key Laboratory of Colloid and Interface Chemistry, Ministry of Education.
His research focuses on colloid and interfacial sciences, including surfactants in solution and self-assembly at all scales in bulk solutions and at surfaces. He has obtained National Outstanding Youth Funds (2006), Changjiang Scholars Award (2007), Lectureship Award of Japan Research Institute of Material Technology (2008), Contribution Award to the Advancement of Asian Society of Colloid and Interface Sciences (2009), Chinese Chemical Society -- BASF Innovation Prize (2009), Scientific Research Outstanding Achievement Awards for Universities (Science and Technology)-the 1st (2012), Asian Rising Stars for exemplary research in "Colloid and Interface Chemistry" (2013), Chinese Chemical Society -- AkzoNobel Chemical Sciences Award (2014), and other scientific awards. He currently is a Senior Editor for Langmuir and serves as Editorial Board Members for Advances in Colloid and Interface Sciences, and Colloids Surf. A, etc. He has more than 400 articles including original papers, reviews published in Chemical Reviews, Accounts of Chemical Research, Chemical Society Review, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., J. Am. Chem. Soc., Langmuir, which have received a total citation of > 8000. He has presided over more than 10 scientific research projects, including national outstanding youth fund and national natural science fund key projects of the national 973 major research program.