Warm Congratulations are Extended to Editor-in-Chief Professor Bao-Lian Su for being Honored with the 4th Chinese Chemical Society Molecular Sieve Achievement Award
We are delighted to announce that Prof. Bao-Lian Su, Editor-in-Chief of Chemical Synthesis (CS, ISSN: 2769-5247, online), has received the 4th Chinese Chemical Society Molecular Sieve Achievement Award. This recognition not only acknowledges the significant contributions of Prof. Su to the field of porous materials but also reaffirms his exceptional influence within this domain. Furthermore, in the 4th Chinese Chemical Society Molecular Sieve Awards, Professor Sen Wang from the Chinese Academy of Sciences Shanxi Coal Chemistry Institute, an author for the CS journal, was honored with the Emerging Young Researcher award. The CS Editorial Office congratulates both Prof. Su and Prof. Wang and extends heartfelt congratulations to all the winners.
In 2017, the Molecular Sieve Committee of the Chinese Chemical Society established the Chinese Chemical Society Molecular Sieve Award, presented biennially to coincide with the national molecular sieve academic conference. The 4th Chinese Chemical Society Molecular Sieve Award Ceremony is scheduled during the 22nd National Molecular Sieve Academic Conference in Luoyang from October 11 to 14, 2023. The CS Editorial Office extends sincere congratulations to the winners for their awards.
Once again, the CS Editorial Office offers its heartfelt congratulations to Professor Su and Professor Wang. We eagerly anticipate collaboratively cultivating high-impact international journals under the esteemed guidance of Editor-in-Chief Professor Su and the entire journal Editorial Board. To authors contributing to the advancement of the CS journal, exemplified by the support of Prof. Wang, we encourage you to stay engaged with the progress of the journal. Your timely engagement in suggesting growth-oriented ideas is highly valued.
With unwavering confidence in the leadership of Professor Su, we are steadfast in our commitment to enriching the scholarly exchange platform within CS. Our resolute dedication to publishing exceptional research outcomes remains unswayed as we diligently strive to elevate CS into a premier academic journal in China—distinguished by its profound influence and global acclaim.
Introduction of Professor Bao-Lian Su
Prof. Bao-Lian Su is a Member of the European Academy of Sciences, a Member of the Royal Academy of Belgium, an Honorary Fellow of the Chinese Chemical Society, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, and a Life Member of Clare Hall at the University of Cambridge. He has also been recurrently invited as a nominator for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Presently, he is a distinguished Professor and serves as the Director of the Laboratory of the Inorganic Materials Chemistry and the Research Center for Nano-Materials Chemistry at the University of Namur, Belgium. Moreover, he holds a Strategic Scientist position at Wuhan University of Technology. He has directed over seventy scientific research projects, including those sponsored by the European Union, NATO, and the Belgian Federal Government. He has been honored with prestigious awards, including the Adolphe Wetrems Award from the Royal Academy of Belgium (2007), the IUPAC Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Chemistry of New Materials and Synthesis from the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (2011), the "Francqui Chaire" Award from the Belgian Federal Government (2012), and the International Mesostructured Materials Association Award for his outstanding contribution to the development of Mesostructured Materials (2021).
Introduction of Professor Sen Wang
Prof. Wang Sen received his PhD from the Institute of Coal Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, in 2017 and subsequently began working at the ICC. His research interests focus on the development of catalysts for the conversion of methanol, syngas, and CO2 into high value-added hydrocarbons and oxygenated chemicals. He has published more than 50 papers in the international journals.
Respectfully Submitted by the Editorial Office of
Chemical Synthesis (CS)