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学历：博士 专业：高分子 Age: 79 Education: Ph.D. Major: Polymer
Yan Deyue, a polymer chemist. Professor of Shanghai Jiaotong University. Born in Yongkang, Zhejiang in 1937. He graduated from the Chemistry Department of Nankai University in 1961 and graduated from the Chemistry Department of Jilin University in 1965. Ph.D. in Natural Sciences, Leuven Catholic University, Belgium, 2002. He was elected as a member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2005. In 2008, he was hired as a distinguished professor of Qingdao University of Science and Technology. Senior fixed researcher and member of the academic committee of the State Key Laboratory of Metal Matrix Composites, director of the academic committee of the school test center.
Expert honor 1. Research direction: Has long been committed to the research on the kinetics of polymerization, the molecular design of hyperbranched polymers and the research on the supermolecular assembly of irregular polymers. The molecular structure parameters such as the molecular weight distribution of the polymer and its mathematical relationship with the polymerization reaction conditions were proposed. Using the difference in the activity of different polymerization reaction groups, an in-situ synthesis of AB2 type intermediates using commercial two-component monomers was established. A new method of preparing hyperbranched polymers in large quantities, and using this method to synthesize a series of complex new hyperbranched polymers; based on the self-condensing ring-opening polymerization of oxocyclic monomers, a kind of hyperbranched polymer with " Amphiphilic multi-arm copolymers of ethylene oxide "arm" were nucleated; furthermore, its molecular stacking model and macro-molecular self-assembly mechanism were proposed, and macro-scale molecular self-assembly and irregular macromolecules were realized in the laboratory. Macro self-assembly. 2. Academic Achievement: On the basis of previous work, he developed the theory of non-steady-state kinetics of polymerization and established a method for calculating polymer molecular parameters from the reaction mechanism and reaction conditions. Won the first prize of Shanghai Science and Technology Progress (Basic Research) (1998), the fourth prize of National Natural Science (1999) and the co-winners of "Statistical Theory of Polymer Polycondensation, Addition Polymerization and Crosslinking Reaction" National Natural Science Second Prize (1989). In addition, he and his collaborators also derived a universal formula for the mean square radius of rotation of chain molecules and established a polymer conformation-conformation statistical theory. Professor Yan's theoretical research work has been widely cited in SCI journals. He has been on the editorial board of the international academic journal Macromolecular Theory and Simulation (1993-2002, published in Germany, with an SCI impact factor of 1.573). In recent years, Professor Yan has led students to carry out a number of research work and achieved outstanding results. According to incomplete statistics, Professor Yan Deyue has published more than 300 academic papers in many well-known journals in polymer science. Especially in the past two years, he has published 6 academic papers in journals such as Science with an impact factor higher than 6. Among them, Professor Yan Deyue and his doctoral students Zhou Yongfeng and Hou Jian published an academic paper entitled "Supramolecular Self-Assembly of Macroscopic Tubes" in the "SCIENCE" magazine on January 2, 2004, and took the lead in reporting the macromolecular molecular Assembly phenomenon. A new type of irregular hyperbranched copolymer self-assembles to obtain a multi-wall spiral tube with a length of centimeters and a diameter of millimeters. This expands the field of spontaneous supramolecular self-assembly to the macro-scale and enables our country In an international leading position. This is inseparable from Professor Yan Deyue's long-term academic accumulation, keen academic vision, and the scientific attitude of keeping pace with the times and keeping up with the forefront of discipline development. In addition to about 40 papers published by Professor Yan Deyue in Chinese journals such as China Science, Science Bulletin, and Polymer News, more than 260 papers were included by SCI. He has cited more than 800 times (including 208 times in foreign-published textbooks, manuals, encyclopedias, and series), and he has cited more than 70 times in a single article. It can be seen that Professor Yan Deyue's research work has been widely recognized by his peers in the field of polymer science. 3. Invention: A method of preparing hyperbranched polymers in large quantities from commercial monomers and a technique for controlling the degree of polymer branching were reported together with doctoral students, which solved the problem of resistance to hydrogen peroxide in non-fluoropolymer proton exchange membranes. A non-toxic and inexpensive ligand was found for atom transfer living free radical polymerization. It was found that the phase transition of the 31-helix conformation of the polypropylene melt will occur when the temperature reaches a critical length during the cooling process. These inventions and discoveries have important academic significance in polymer science. 4. Teaching Achievements: He has taught courses such as "Statistical Thermodynamics" and "Principles of Polymerization" and supervised more than 50 graduate students. He was rated as "Shanghai Outstanding Educator of Shanghai" in 2004; The first prize (1998) The fourth prize of the National Natural Science Award (1999) The co-winner of the statistical theory of polymer polycondensation, addition polymerization and cross-linking reaction has won the second prize of the National Natural Science Award (1989)