Recently, Professor Shaojun Guo from Department of Materials Science & Engineering, College of Engineering, was elected as Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC).
The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) was founded in 1841. With more than 170 years of history, it is the oldest chemistry society in the world and one of the most influential societies in the world. Every year, based on experts’ recommendations, RSC elects scientists who have made outstanding achievements in the chemistry field or who have made great contributions to the development of chemistry science to be its fellow.
In the recent years working in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering of the College of Engineering, Prof. Shaojun Guo has conducted systematic research in the fields of electrocatalysis, electroanalysis and battery materials.
He has been a communication author of more than 70 papers published on journals with influence factors greater than 10, such as Science, Nature Reviews Materials, Nature Communications, Science Advances, Chem, and Advanced Materials.
He has won many honors in recent years, including Web of Science World Highly Cited Researcher (2014-2017), Elsevier China Highly Cited Scholar (2017), China Electrochemical Society Young Scientist Award (2017), and International Electrochemistry Association Applied Electrochemistry Award (2016).