报告人：Ching W Tang
Doris Johns Cherry Professor of Chemical Engineering, Chemistry (and Physics)
Chemical Physics and Engineering, Condensed Matter Physics
Prof. Tang received his B.S in Chemistry from the University of British Columbia in 1970 and his Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry form Cornell in 1975. He joined Eastman Kodak in 1975 as a Research Scientist, was promoted to Senior Research Scientist in 1981, to Research Associate in 1990, and to Senior Research Associate in 1998. In 2003 he was named Distinguished Fellow of the Kodak Research Laboratories, Eastman Kodak Company. He joined the University of Rochester as the Doris Johns Cherry Professor of Chemical Engineering in 1996, and has joint appointments in the Department of Chemistry and the Department of Physics and Astronomy.
Tang was elected fellow of the American Physical Society in 1998, and Fellow of the Society for Information Display in 2002. He has received honorary degrees from Shaghai University, and South China Technology University. He has received numerous awards including the Eastman Kodak Distinguished Inventor (1994), the Eastman Kodak Team Achievement Award (1999), the Eastman Kodak Innovation Award (2000), the Jack Rajchman Prize of the Society of Information Display (2001), the Carothers Award of the American Chemical Society (2001), the Northeast Regional Innovation Award of the American Chemical Society (2001), the Rochester Law Association Inventor of the Year Award (2002), the American Chemical Society Award for Team Innovation (2003), the Humboldt Research Award (2005), and the 2007 IEEE Daniel E. Noble Award.
Tang was elected to the National Academy of Engineering in 2006 for "the invention of the organic light-emitting device and organic bilayer solar cell, the bases of modern organic electronics.".