Xueguang Shao
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国家杰出青年基金获得者:邵学广

Name: Xueguang Shao

Special Talent: Winner of National Science Foundation of China Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars

Subject: Analytical Chemistry

Address: College of Chemistry, Nankai University, Tianjin, 300071, P.R. China

Telephone: 022-23503430

Fax: 022-23502458

E-Mail: xshao@nankai.edu.cn

Website address: http://chinfo.nankai.edu.cn/xshao/

Research Interest:

Chemometric studies for analysis of complex samples;

Resolution or modeling of complex analytical signals;

Application of near infrared spectroscopy, chromatography or hyphenated techniques in the analysis of complea samples.

Education and working experiences:

1980-1984, B. S., Liaocheng University

1984-1987, M. S., Univ. Sci. & Technol. China (USTC)

1987-1989, Ph.D, USTC

1990-1991, Ph.D, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan

1992-2005, Lecturer, associate professor, professor, USTC

2005-present, Professor, Nankai University

Honors and Awards:

The Teaching and Research Award Program for Outstanding Young Professors in Higher Education Institute, Ministry of Education of China, 2002;

Winner of National Science Foundation of China Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars, 2003.

Selected publications:

1. Xueguang Shao, Zhichao Liu, Wensheng Cai. Resolving multi-component overlapping GC-MS signals by immune algorithms. Trends in Analytical Chemistry, 2009, 28(11): 1312-1321

2. Yang XL, Cai WS, Shao XG, A dynamic lattice searching method with constructed core for optimization of large Lennard-Jones clusters, Journal of Computational Chemistry, 2007, 28(8):1427-1433

3. Cheng LJ, Cai WS, Shao XG, A conformational analysis method for understanding the energy landscapes of clusters, CHEMPHYSCHEM, 2007, 8 (4): 569-577

4. Shao XG, Wang GQ, Wang SF, Su QD, Extraction of mass spectra and chromatographic profiles from overlapping GC/MS signal with background, Analytical Chemistry, 2004, 76 (17): 5143-5148

5. Shao XG, Yu ZL, Sun L, Immune algorithms in analytical chemistry, TrAC-Trends in Analytical Chemistry, 2003, 22 (2): 59-69

6. Shao XG, Leung AKM, Chau FT, Wavelet: A new trend in chemistry, Accounts of Chemical Research, 2003, 36 (4): 276-283