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(+86 21) 6779-2849
Address: 
State Key Laboratory for Modification of Chemical Fibers and Polymer Materials (SKLFPM) – Donghua University – 2999 North Renmin Rd – Songjiang, Shanghai 201620 – China
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Fellow
Zhu
Meifang
Current position: 
Professor and Director
Current nationality: 
China
Current residence: 
China
Affiliation/Institution: 
State Key Laboratory for Modification of Chemical Fibers and Polymer Materials, Donghua University
Biodata: 
Zhu (PhD, 1999, Donghua University), member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, is currently the dean of the College of Materials Science and Engineering and the director of the State Key Laboratory for Modification of Chemical Fibers and Polymer Materials at Donghua University. She has served as the vice-president for Chinese Materials Research Society (C-MRS) since 2016, for the Chinese Association of Women Scientific Workers since 2019, and for the China Textile Engineering Society since 2020. She is recognized as a pioneer in the discovery and development of melt spinning process theory of polymer-based nanocomposite fibers in China. She published over 380 SCI papers, 10 books and chapters. Over 200 Chinese Invention Patents were filed and granted. Her honors and awards include Second Prize of National Award for Technological Inventions (2020), National Innovation Competition Award (2017), First Prize of Shanghai Natural Science Award (2018), First Prize of Shanghai Award for Technological Invention (2015), the Cheung Kong Scholars (2013), Shanghai Science and Technology Elite (2011), Second Prize of National Award for Progress in Science and Technology (2006).
Sustainable Development Goals: 
3 - Good health and well-being
4 - Quality education
5 - Gender equality
6 - Clean water and sanitation
7 - Affordable and clean energy
9 - Industry, innovation and infrastructure
Keywords: 
fiber materials, organic/inorganic hybrid nano materials, smart hydrogels, biomaterials, fiber formation theory, high performance and functional fibers, fiber processing
Elected
2021
Section:
06-Engineering Sciences incl. Computing and IT
Last updated on 25/06/2021