CHEN Qun, born in April 1964 in Yixing City of Jiangsu Province, is the 7th President of ECNU, professor of physics, PhD program supervisor. Dr. Chen Qun currently is the member of the Standing Committee of 12th Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference(CPPCC), vice chairman of Chinese Society of Magnetic Resonance and vice chairman of Shanghai Society of Physics.
Education & Work Experience
07/1984 Received Bachelor’s Degree in
Chemistry from Nanjing University.
07/1987 Received Master’s Degree in Chemistry from Nanjing University.
08/1991 Received PhD in Physics from ECNU, majoring
in radio physics.
1990-1991 Studied at Tokyo Institute of Technology, as part
of its joint PhD program with ECNU
08/1991 Began his career as a teacher in ECNU.
1992 Received associate professorship.
1994 Worked as Director of the Analysis and Testing Centre
1996 Received full professorship.
1997 Worked as a supervisor of the radio physics PhD program.
2002 Worked as Assistant President of ECNU.
06/2003 Became Vice President of ECNU.
2005-2012 Worked as Director of Graduate School and Vice President of ECNU.
07/2012- Working as President of ECNU.
Dr. Chen has been engaging in magnetic resonance and high polymer physics for years and published more than 100 academic papers, over 90 of which are SCI papers.
As an accomplished young scientist, Dr. Chen has been awarded the Ministry of Education’s Trans-century Talents Fund and 1st National Prize for Excellent Young College and University Teachers and Scholars. With extraordinary academic achievements, he has been receiving financial grants from the Shanghai Daybreak Project, Shanghai’s Science and Technology Morning Star Project, Excellent Academic Leaders Project, etc. He also works as vice chairman of the Magnetic Resonance Chapter of the Chinese Society of Physics, deputy editor-in-chief of the Chinese Journal of Magnetic Resonance, and deputy director-general of the Shanghai Society of Physics because of his academic influence in the field of magnetic resonance and high polymer physics.