Prof. Chunli Zhang,Zhejiang University,China
Chunli Zhang, male, doctor of engineering, professor and doctoral supervisor of Institute of Applied Mechanics of Zhejiang University, winner of Zhejiang Outstanding Youth Fund. In March 2011, he received his Ph.D. from Zhejiang University. He worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Siegen University in Germany (October 2011-October 2013) and a visiting scholar at Georgia Institute of Technology in the United States (July 2017-July 2018). Research fields: intelligent materials and structures, multi-field coupling mechanics (force-heat-electricity-magnetism-carrier, etc.), wave mechanics of multi-field coupling media, piezoelectric electronics and optoelectronics, mechanical modeling and analysis of intelligent sensing and driving devices. He presided over more than 10 projects of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the Young Science Foundation, Dr. China's later/special support, and the Science and Technology Commission of the Military Commission. As the person in charge, he undertook one sub-task of the key research and development plan of the Ministry of Science and Technology, and participated in nearly six major, key and general projects of the National Natural Science Foundation of China. He has published more than 100 academic papers in domestic and foreign academic journals such as Nat Nanotech, Adv Mater, Nano Energy, ACS Nano, APL, IJSS, JAM, SMS, IEEE TUFFC, Journal of Mechanics and Journal of Solid Mechanics. He served as the director of the Working Committee of "Mechanical Exchange and Technical Assistance" of Zhejiang Mechanics Society and the Secretary-General of the Working Group of "Mechanics of Electronic and Electromagnetic Devices" of chinese society of theoretical and applied mechanics. In 2014, he was awarded "Seeking Young Scholar in Zhejiang University", in 2017, he was selected as the third-level training staff of 151 Talent Project in Zhejiang Province, and in 2020, he won Zhejiang Science and Technology Progress Award (second prize).