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(272) Modern mass spectrometry beyond “-omics”
Seminar: (272) Modern mass spectrometry beyond “-omics”
Speaker: Dr. Zhang Xiangyang
Time: 2016-10-20 14:00 to 2016-10-20 15:30
Venue: Meeting room (406), Building 24
Organizer:

SPST


Brief introduction of Speaker: 

Dr. Xiangyang Zhang obtained his Bachelor’s degree in 1985 and Master degree in Organic Chemistry in 1988. Before he moved to University of Karlsruhe in Germany as a DAAD scholarship owner in 1996, he worked first in Nanjing Posts & Telecommunications University and then in Southeast University. In 2001 he obtained PhD in Physical Organic Chemistry at the University of Basel.

July 2001 he moved to the ETH Zurich, first as a postdoc, then promoted to senior researcher. In 2007 he was awarded a Swiss federal permanent position. In 2008 he took over the MS service facility at the institute of organic chemistry and established his own research group.

As an organic and physical organic chemist with a long-term experience on mass spectrometry Dr. Zhang has brought the MS service group to a level which fits the cut-edge requirement of the ETH chemistry community. His own research is mainly focusing on MS-relevant mechanistic and intrinsic nature in homogeneous catalysis and non-covalent interactions.

Dr. Zhang is serving as a foreign referee expert of Yangtze scholar and guest professor of Southeast University.


(272) Modern mass spectrometry beyond “-omics”
Seminar: (272) Modern mass spectrometry beyond “-omics”
Speaker: Dr. Zhang Xiangyang
Time: 2016-10-20 14:00 to 2016-10-20 15:30
Venue: Meeting room (406), Building 24
Organizer:

SPST


Brief introduction of Speaker: 

Dr. Xiangyang Zhang obtained his Bachelor’s degree in 1985 and Master degree in Organic Chemistry in 1988. Before he moved to University of Karlsruhe in Germany as a DAAD scholarship owner in 1996, he worked first in Nanjing Posts & Telecommunications University and then in Southeast University. In 2001 he obtained PhD in Physical Organic Chemistry at the University of Basel.

July 2001 he moved to the ETH Zurich, first as a postdoc, then promoted to senior researcher. In 2007 he was awarded a Swiss federal permanent position. In 2008 he took over the MS service facility at the institute of organic chemistry and established his own research group.

As an organic and physical organic chemist with a long-term experience on mass spectrometry Dr. Zhang has brought the MS service group to a level which fits the cut-edge requirement of the ETH chemistry community. His own research is mainly focusing on MS-relevant mechanistic and intrinsic nature in homogeneous catalysis and non-covalent interactions.

Dr. Zhang is serving as a foreign referee expert of Yangtze scholar and guest professor of Southeast University.