Jingdong Zhang

Jingdong Zhang

Professor

DTU CHEMISTRY
Department of Chemistry

Kemi: Faculty
Inorganic Chemistry: NanoChemistry

Technical University of Denmark

Building 207, room 250

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Fax +45 45 88 31 36
E-mail jz@kemi.dtu.dk
ORCID 0000-0002-0889-7057
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Professor at Department of Chemistry, Technical University of Denmark (DTU Chemistry).

Born in 1968 in China, female.

Education

07.2015-12.2016:   The DTU Leadership Programme on Team 17   

09. 2005-02. 2008 A diploma on University Teaching, DTU

09. 1992-07. 1996 Ph.D., Analytical Chemistry, Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry (CIAC), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), China. Supervisor Prof. Erkang Wang

09. 1985-07.1992 M.Sc., Applied chemistry; B.Sc., Environmental engineering, Shanghai Univ., China

Employment

09.2016-now: Professor, DTU Chemistry

03.2009-08.2016: Associate Professor, DTU Chemistry

02.1998-02.2009: Research Associate/Assistant Professor, DTU Chemistry. Supervior: Prof. Jens Ulstrup

10.1997-02.1998: Research Associate, CIAC, CAS, China.

05.1996-09.1997: Researcher, Itaya Electrochemiscopy Project (Sendai), Exploratory Research for Advanced Technology (ERATO)/Japan Science and Technology Corporation (JST), Japan. Supervisor: Prof. Kingo Itaya

Memberships and awards

2018-now: Member of the Editorial Advisory Board of ChemElectroChem (Wiley-VCH)

2017- now: member of the Danish Academy of Technical Sciences

2015- 2017: PhD Committee of Chemistry, Biotechnology and Chemical Engineering at DTU.

2013- now: Representative of Department Chemistry for DTU library.

2012-now: Member of Natural Science Academy of Denmark.

2011: Agnes and Betzy Prize, Danish Society of Engineers.

2005-now: Member of the International Society of Electrochemistry.

Scientific areas and expertise

Nanochemistry, electrochemistry, inorganic chemistry, bioelectrochemistry, biofuel cells, nanotechnology, chemical production of functional nanomaterials for clean energy and medicine, electrochemical techniques, scanning tunnelling microscopy, atomic force microscopy.