CHENG Rongshi
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Name: CHENG Rongshi
Native Place: Yixing, Jiangsu Province, China
Education:
1951, Graduated from Peking University, M.E.
1949, Graduated from Dept. of Chemistry, Jinling University, B.E.
Working Experiences:
1995-present, South China University of Technology (SCUT), as a professor
1983-1995, Nanjing University, as a professor
1952-1983, Shanghai Institute of Physical Chemistry of Academia Sinica and Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, as assistant researcher, associate researcher and research fellow in sequence
Present Positions:
Professor of SCUT
Member of China Academy of Sciences
Specialization:
Macromolecular Physical Chemistry
Macromolecular Physics
Research Interests:
Macromolecular Characterization
Size Exclusion Chromatography Technique
GPC Chromatograms Analysis
Conformation Theory of Polymer Chain
Characterization on Cross Linked Polymer Network
Achievements:
One Point Measurement of Intrinsic Viscosity Formula
Universal Intrinsic Viscosity Equation
Simple Method of Gel Permeation Chromatography
Unified Theory of Extended and Separated Effects on GPC
Scholarly Publications:
Over 150 academic dissertations have been published on foreign and domestic academic journals
Awards and Honors:
1.        Third Prize of the National Natural Science Award (Molecular Measurement of Polymer, Participant), 1963
2.        Third Prize of the National Award for Natural Sciences (Characterization on Butadiene Rubber Polymerized with Rare Earth Catalyst, Participant), 1983
3.        National Prize for Progress in Science and Technology (Technique of 3-Polybutadiene Rubber, Participant), 1985
4.        Second Prize of the Natural Science Award granted by China Academy of Sciences (Study on Branched Structure of Polymer Long Chain, Participant), 1986
5.        Second Prize of Award for Progress in Science and Technology granted by the State Education Commission (Unified Theory of Extended and Separated Effects on GPC, Director), 1988
6.        Third Prize of Award for Progress in Science and Technology granted by the State Education Commission (Development on Series Narrow Distributing Polystyrene Samples, Participant), 1993
7.        Second Prize of the National Natural Science Award (Study of Basic Physical Problems in the Macromolecular Condensed State, Participant), 1999