Ke-Qin Zhang

Dr. Ke-Qin Zhang (Ph.D. in Physics), now is a professor of polymer science and textile engineering, in National Engineering Laboratory for Modern Silk and College of Textile and Clothing Engineering of Soochow University. He got his BSc. in Physics, MSc. and PhD. Degree in Condensed Matter Physics from Nanjing University at 1994, 1997 and 2000 respectively. After the graduation, he conducted his postdoctoral training in Max-Planck Institute for Metal Research sponsored by the Max-Planck Postdoctoral Fellowship and National University of Singapore from 2000-2004. He was awarded by the Lee Kuang Yew outstanding postdoctoral fellowship selected by the Lee Kuang Yew foundation from the global applicants at 2005. He became the research fellow and senior research fellow in National University of Singapore from 2004 to 2009. He returned to Soochow University as a professor at 2009. And he was the awardee of the one-thousand-talent recruiting programme issued by the central government of China at 2010. He has published more than 70 papers in the prestigious journals including the Nature, Physical Review Letters, Angewandte Chemie, Small and Biomaterials etc. He also filed more than 30 patents in China and other counties. He is the life member of American Physics Society and Biophysics Section, member of Materials Research Society of America and Singapore and member of a council of Chinese Functional Materials Association. He is the Editorial Board Member of the International Journal of Textile Science and Technology.