邀请报告/Invited Speakers

大会报告
Plenary Speakers
A.电子光学
ELECTRON MICROSCOPY&MATERIAL SCIENCES
B.质谱学
Mass Spectrometry
C. 光谱学
OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPY
D. 色谱学
CHROMATOGRAPHY
E. 磁共振波谱学
MAGNETIC RESONANCE
F. 电分析化学
ELECTROANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
G. 生命科学中的分析技术
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES IN LIFE SCIENCES
H. 环境分析
ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS
I.化学计量学
Chemical Metrology and Reference Materials

Prof. Jianguo HOU
(侯建国,中国科学院院士)

Ministry of Science and Technology of the People´s Republic of China

Prof. Ze ZHANG
(张泽院士,电镜分会推荐)

Zhejiang University

Prof. R. Graham Cooks
(质谱分会推荐)

Department of Chemistry,Purdue University
Phone: (765) 494-5263;Fax: (765) 494-9421
Title: Mass Spectrometry: Past, Present and, Especially, Future

Graduate Education
• Served as major professor to 127 PhD students.
• More than 300 graduate students, post-doctorals and visiting scientists have worked and published with Graham Cooks.
Citation
• h-index 85 (ISI Web of Science) – among ca. 100 most cited chemists worldwide
• One of 4 most-cited Analytical Chemists (Current Contents 1983) 1983
• Highly Cited Chemist, 1981-1999, 1 of 98 chemists, ISI Institute for Scientific Information
• More than 33,000 cutations
Honors
• Elsie Ballot Scholar, Cambridge University 1965-1967
• Fulbright Senior Fellow, University of Warwick 1981
• Indiana Lions Club Purdue Cancer Research Award 1983
• President, American Society for Mass Spectrometry 1984-1986
• Chemical Instrumentation Award, ACS, Analytical Division, 1984
• Thomson Medal for International Service to Mass Spectrometry 1985
• Purdue Sigma Xi Faculty Research Award 1986
• Honorary Member of Chinese Mass Spectrometry Society 1987
• Adjunct Professor, Beijing Institute of Technology 1987-present
• Herbert Newby McCoy Award 1990
• ACS Award for Mass Spectrometry (Frank H. Field & Joe L. Franklin Award), 1991
• ACS Award for Analytical Chemistry (Fisher Award), 1997
• D. Sc. (Honoris causa), University of Natal, 1999
• Honorary Life Member, British Mass Spectrometry Society, 1999
• Pittsburgh Spectroscopy Award, Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh, PITTCON, 2000
• Life Member, British Mass Spectrometry Society, 2000
• Life Member, Indian Mass Spectrometry Society, 2000
• Association for Laboratory Automation, 2000 ALA Achievement Award, 2000
• Founding President, International Mass Spectrometry Society, 1997-1998
• Honor issue, Int. J. Mass Spectrom., 2001
• Guest Professor, Jilin University, Changchun, China, 2002-2003
• Honorary Professor, Jilin University, 2003 -
• Honorary Professor, Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, 2003 -
• Guest Professor, Chemistry Department, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 2004-2007
• Outstanding Faculty Commercialization Award, Purdue University, 2005
• Alexander M. Cruickshank Lecturer, Gordon Conferences, 2005
• National Science Foundation MPS Distinguished Lecture, 2006
• Plenary Lecturer, Mass Spectrometry Day, Swedish Mass Spectrometry Society, Stockholm, March 27, 2006
• Max T. Rogers Distinguished Lecturer, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, April 18, 19, 2006
• Centenial Distinguished Lecturer, University of Texas, Austin, TX, April 13, 2006
• Anna Naff Symposium Lecturer, Univeristy of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, March 31, 2006
• Plenary Lecture, DOE 2006 Analysis Contractorsòù Meeting, Warrenton, VA, April 24, 2006 Invited Lecturer 31st Conference on Reaction Mechanisms, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, June 26-30, 2006
• Distinguished Contribution Award, American Society for Mass Spectrometry, 2006
• Certificate of Achievement, Indiana Health Industry Forum, Innovention 2006
• College of Engineering Faculty Award of Excellence (team award, jointly with others), 2007
• University of Florida, Distinguished Visiting Professor, March 2007
• Honorary Life Member, Mass Spectrometry Society of Japan, 2007
• Visiting Professor, Institute for Ion Physics, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 2007
• Eastern Analytical Conference inaugural Award for Outstanding Achievements in Mass Spectrometry, 2007
• Plenary Lecturer, Nordic Mass Spectrometry Conference, Savonlinna, Finland, August 28th, 2007
• Visiting Professor, Institute for Ion Physics, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 2007
• Plenary Lecture, Isranalytica 2008, Tel Aviv, Israel, 2008
• Focus Honor Issue J. Amer. Soc. Mass Spectrom., vol. 19, no. 2, February, 2008
• Gomberg Lecture, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, February 2008
• Francine and Michael Saferstein Memorial Lecture, Barnett Institute, Northeastern University, Boston, April 2008
• Introductory Lecture, 56th ASMS Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, Denver, CO, June, 2008
• Visiting Professor, Memorial University, Newfoundland, Canada, July 2008
• Maccoll Lecture, British Mass Spectrometry Society, September, 2008
• Robert Boyle Medal in Analytical Chemistry 2008, Royal Society of Chemistry, May, 2009
• Ralph N. Adams Award, the Pittsburgh Conference, March, 2009
• Graduate Mentoring Award, College of Science, Purdue University, February 2010
• Elected Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Science, May 2010
• 2010 Distinguished Lectureship Award, ACS NJ Mass Spectrometry Discussion Group
• Outstanding Graduate Mentor Award, Purdue University, 2011
• Centenary Prize, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2011
• Elected Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science, January 2011
• Sigma Xi Monie A. Ferst Award,October 2011
• Centennial Prize, Royal Society of Chemistry, November 2011
• Cotton Medal for Excellence in Chemical Research, American Chemical Society, April 2012
• Visiting Fellow, Institute for Advanced Study, Warwick University, UK, December 2012

Prof. Koji Suzuki
(光谱分会推荐)

Department of Applied Chemistry,School of Integrated Design Engineering,Keio University
E-mail:suzuki@applc.keio.ac.jp
Title: Design of Biochemical Probes

Koji Suzuki, Professor of Department of Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Science and Technology, Keio University, was born in 1954 in Tokyo. He received Bachelor (1977), Master (1979) and Ph. D. (1982) degrees of Engineering from Keio University. He became a faculty member of Keio University in 1982, Associate Professor in 1993, and full Professor in 1998. From 1990 − 1992, he was a Guest Professor at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich. He is now the President of the Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry (JSAC), the Chair of Analytical Division of the 116th Committee for Chemistry of Functional Organic Chemicals at The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS), and the Cooperative Member of the Science Council of Japan (SCJ, Cabinet Office) and the Chair of Analytical Chemistry Division of SCJ. He received many awards including The Chemical Society of Japan Award for Creative Work in 1997, The Hitachi Environment Foundation Environment Prize in 2005, The JSAC Award in 2007, and The JASC – JAIMA Advanced Analytical Technology Award in 2009. His research focuses on chemical and biochemical sensors based on functional molecule creation. He is also interested in seeing, listening to, or eating what is impressing.

Prof. Dr. Myeong Hee Moon
(色谱分会推荐)

Department of Chemistry, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea. Email: mhmoon@yonsei.ac.kr
Title: FLOW FIELD-FLOW FRACTIONATION FOR PROTEOMIC & LIPIDOMIC ANALYSIS

Prof. Masahiro Shirakawa
(波谱分会推荐)

Biomolecular Function Chemistry, Department of Molecular Engineering, Kyoto University
Email: shirakawa@moleng.kyoto-u.ac.jp.
Title: Magnetic resonance study of structures, functions and dynamics of proteins in living cells

Shirakawa obtained his BSc in 1983 at Department of Science, Osaka University, Japan, and Ph. D. Graduate school of Science, Osaka University in 1988. In 1995, he became an associate professor at Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan. In 2001, he became a professor at Yokohama City University. In 2005, he became a professor at Graduate School of Engineering. Kyoto University, Japan. Shirakawa has focused his research in structural biology of nuclear events, including factors involved in DNA repair and epi-genomics. He has been also engaged in technical development of biological nuclear magnetic resonance. He developed in-cell NMR using human cells, which allow to measure well-resolved NMR spectra of proteins of interest in living human cultured cells. In addition, he is interested in utilizing optically-detected magnetic resonance (ODMR) for cell biology. In this meeting, he will present works oriented in NMR structural biology and in-cell NMR

ROBERT MARK WIGHTMAN
(电分析化学分会推荐)

Department of Chemistry,C.B. 3290 Venable Hall
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Telephone: (919) 962-1472 ;Email: rmw@unc.edu

PRESENT POSITIONS:
 • W. R. Kenan, Jr., Professor of Chemistry, UNC-CH, 1989-present
 • Faculty, Neurobiology Curriculum, UNC-CH, 1989- present
 • External Faculty, Neuroscience Center, UNC, 2001-present
HONORS:
 • E. A. Sloan Chemistry Award, Erskine College
 • National Institutes of Health Research Career Development Award (1979-1983)
 • Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship (1981-1983)
 • Jacob Javits Neuroscience Investigator Award, NIH (1989)
 • Chair, Gordon Research Conference on Electrochemistry (1992)
 • International Program Committee, 7th Catecholamine Symposium
 • Chemical Instrumentation Award, Analytical Chemistry Division of ACS (1994)
 • David Graham Award, Physical Electrochemistry Division of the Electrochemical Society (1995)
 • Charles N. Reilley Award, Society for Electroanalytical Chemistry (1996)
 • Simon Guggenheim Research Fellowship (1997)
 • Pittsburgh Analytical Chemistry Award (1997)
 • Erskine College Academic Hall of Fame (1999)
 • Electrochemistry Award, Analytical Division of ACS (2001)
 • Fellow, AAAS (2002-present)
 • Faraday Medal, Electrochemistry Group, Royal Society of Chemistry (2005)
 • R. N. Adams Award in Bioanalytical Chemistry, Pittsburgh Conference (2006)
 • ACS Analytical Chemistry Award (2008)
 • Sir Bernard Katz Award for Excellence in Research on Exocytosis and Endocytosis, Biophysical Society (2010)
 • Herty Medal, Georgia section of the ACS (2011)
RESEARCH INTERESTS
 • Chemical communication between neurons
 • Voltammetric sensors

Prof. Feng SHAO
(邵峰研究员,生命分会推荐)

National Institute of Biological Sciences, Beijing(北京生命科学研究所)
Phone:010-80726688-8560;Fax: 010-80728046;E-mail:shaofeng@nibs.ac.cn
Title: Innate immune sensing of cytosolic bacteria and bacterial virulence

Dr. Feng Shao’s laboratory is interested in studying molecular mechanisms of bacterial infection and host innate immunity defense. Bacterial pathogens use specialized secretion systems such as type III/IV secretion system to inject effector proteins into host cells, serving as a key and universal virulence mechanism. The effectors usually harbor a unique and potent activity that modulates the function of key signaling molecules in the host, and this plays a critical role in bacterial survival and systemic infections. Using pathogens such asShigella, Salmonella, Enteropathogenic E. coli (EPEC), Legionella and Burkholderia as the model, we are working to discover and reveal some novel and common biochemical mechanisms utilized by bacterial effectors in modulating host signal transduction pathways. Our recent work has led to several interesting discoveries. 1) The OspF family of type III effectors, conserved in Shigella,Salmonella and the plant pathogen P. syringae, harbors a novel phosphothreonine lyase activity that specifically and irreversibly “dephosphorylates” host MAPKs, leading to kinase inactivation and inhibited cytokine production. 2) The Legionellatype IV effector LegK1 mimics host IKK to phosphorylate IkBa, which results in ubiquitination and degradation of IkBa and consequent activation of host anti-apoptotic NF-kB signaling. 3) Type III effectors CHBP (Burkholderia) and Cif (EPEC) use a papain-like catalytic activity to deamidate ubiquitin and ubiquitin-like protein NEDD8. This leads to dysfunctioning of host ubiquitin-proteasome system, and therefore many important cellular processes such as cell cycle progression become abnormal. We believe that such kind of research and discovery is not only revealing in bacterial pathogenesis, but also provides an unprecedented unique angle for studying the mechanism of eukaryotic signal transduction. Meanwhile, we are also interested in how the host uses its innate immunity system to counteract bacterial infection, particularly the inflammasome pathway in macrophages. Macrophage senses many kinds of pathogen-derived molecular patterns and thereby activates the cytoplasmic inflammasome complex, and this leads to Il-1b production and inflammatory cell death of the macrophage. The NOD-like receptor in inflammasome is required for sensing bacteria-derived signals. However, little is known about how the inflammasome is assembled/activated, and the signaling cascade upstream of the inflammasome remains obscure. We are combining multiple approaches including biochemical reconstitution, cell biology and mouse genetics to identify new components in pathogen-induced inflammasome activation and to further reveal the underlying biochemical mechanism.

Dr. Susan Richardson
(环境分会推荐)

University of South Carolina,USA
Title: Emerging iodinated disinfection by-products in drinking water

Prof. SANG-RYOUL PARK, PH D
(化学计量学分会推荐)

Center for Bioanalysis,Division of Metrology for Quality of Life,Korea Research Institute of Standards and
Science,Daejeon, 305-340,Republic of Korea
TEL: (042) 868-5658;FAX: (042) 868-5801;E-mail: srpark@kriss.re.kr
Title: Innovations in analytical strategies and methods for the establishment of SI-traceability for bioassays

CURRENT POSITIONS AND CAREER
 • Principal research scientist (2000-present)
 • Vice chair of CCQM BAWG (2014-present)
 • Director of the Division of Metrology for Quality of Life, Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS) (2012-2014)
 • Chair of the Asian CRM Collaboration Network (ACRM) (2013-present)
 • KRISS representative to CCQM BAWG (2000-present)
 • Head of Center for Bioanalysis at KRISS (2000-2011)
 • Researcher in inorganic analysis at KRISS (1984-1991)
HONORS AND AWARDS
 • Chui-Bong Award (2014, KRISS)
 • Selected Excellent Researcher (2010-present, KRISS)
 • Tenured Research Scientist (2011-present, KRISS)
 • Excellent Research Article of the Year Award (20o9, KRISS)
EDUCATION
 • Fellow in Clinical Biochemistry, Mayo Clinic, USA (1998-2000)
 • Postdoctoral research in Dept. of Human Genetics, University of Utah, USA (1996-1998)
 • PhD in Bioanalysis, Dept. of Chemistry, University of Kansas, USA (1991-1996)
 • BS in Chemistry, Seoul National University, Korea (1979-1984)