KMS Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics，Chinese Academy of Sciences
Junyan Zhang, Professor of chemistry and of material science in Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He received BS degree in chemistry in 1990 from Lanzhou University, China, MS in 1997 and PhD in 1999 both from Lanzhou institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He then did his postdoctoral researches at the University of California at Berkeley, the University of Alabama, and Rice University from 2000 to 2005. In 2007, he spent 3 months in Argonne National Lab as guest scientist. He delivered 9 invited talks on international conferences, published more than 100 peer reviewed papers and filed 30 patents. He serves as editorial member for 5 journals and international energy agency (IEA) advanced materials for transportation (AMT) executive committee member. His current research concerns nanostructured carbon thin films with super low friction and carbon based electrode materials for fuel cell.