教师简介
 
 
Stephen Z.D.Cheng

Dean,college of polymar science&polymer engineering

Member,National academy of engineering of  the USA.

R.C Musson&Trustees Professor of polymer Science

教育背景

1977 B.S. Mathematics, East China Normal University

1981 M.S. Polymer Engineering, East China University

1985 Ph.D. Polymer Chemistry, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New  York (Major Professor: Dr. Bernhard Wunderlich)

工作经历

2001- Chairman, Department of Polymer Science, The University of Akron

2001- Robert C. Musson Trustees Professor of Polymer Science, The University  of Akron

1998- Trustees Professor of Polymer Science, The University of Akron

1995-98 Professor of Polymer Science, The University of Akron

1991-95 Associate Professor of Polymer Science, The University of Akron

1987-91 Assistant Professor of Polymer Science, The University of Akron

1985-87 Research Associate and Postdoctoral Fellow, Rensselaer Polytechnic  Institute

研究兴趣

Condensed States in Polymeric Materials:

Including Transition Thermodynamics, Kinetics, Molecular Motion in Metastable  States, Crystal Structure and Morphology, Liquid Crystal Polymers, Surface and  Interface Structures, Surface Induced Phase Structures and Transitions, Polymer  Blends and Copolymers, High Performance Polymer Fibers, Films for Liquid Crystal  Displays, Light Waveguides and Linear and Non-linear Optical Applications and  Nano-Heterogeneous Systems.

所获奖项

· Robert C. Musson Professor of Polymer Science (2001)

· Omnova Signature University Award (2001)

· Oversees Assessor of Chinese Academy of Science, China (2000)

· Cheung-Kong Scholar, Education Ministry of China (2000)

· Mettler-Toledo Award, The North American Thermal Analysis Society  (1999)

· GenCorp Signature University Award (1999)

· Trustees Professor of Polymer Science (1998)

· Outstanding Researcher Award, The University of Akron (1997)

· Distinguished Corporate Inventors Award, American Society of Patent  Holders, the National Inventors Hall of Fame (1995 and 1998)

· John H. Dillon Medal, Division of High Polymer Physics, The American  Physical Society (1995)

· Society Fellow, The American Physical Society (1994)

· American Chemical Society Akron Section Award (1994)

· Society Fellow, The North American Thermal Analysis Society (1993)

· Certificate of Appreciation of Outstanding Achievement, The University of  Akron Board of Trustees (1992 and 1994)

· Presidential Young Investigator Award, White House and the National Science  Foundation (1991)