Liao WeiWei



Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry

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Date of Employment:2009-12-23
Business Address:College of Chemistry, Jilin University,
Changchun 130012, P. R. China.


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  Dr. Wei-Wei Liao was born in Xinjiang province, China, obtained his B.S. degree in chemistry in 1999 from Northwest University, China. He completed his Ph.D. studies at Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry (SIOC), Chinese Academy of Sciences, working under the supervision of Prof. Yong Tang. After briefly working as a postdoctoral fellow at Stockholm University, one year at Universitaet Heidelberg (Research Scholarship of Alexander von Humboldt foundation), and three years at Princeton University, he started his independent academic career as an associate professor in 2010 at College of Chemistry, Jilin University. His current research interests include the development of new catalytic processes (new concepts and reaction design) and asymmetric reactions.

[1] 1999.8  to  2004.7
Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry | 博士研究生毕业 | Ph.D.
[2] 1995.8  to  1999.7
Northwest University | Chemistry | 大学本科毕业 | B.S. degree

[1] 2007.2  to  2009.10
 Department of Chemistry &Department of Molecular Biology | Princeton University, US 
[2] 2005.8  to  2006.11
 Organisch-Chemisches Institut | Universitaet Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany 
[3] 2005.2  to  2005.8
 Arrhenius Laboratory, Department of Organic Chemistry | Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden 

[1] Development of new catalytic processes and asymmetric reactions to construct tetra-substituted stereo-genic carbon center in a catalytic economical and enantioselective fashion.
[2] Development of novel tandem reactions which allow rapid formation of molecular complexity from small molecule scaffolds in an economical fashion.
[3] Application of developed synthetic methods to design and evaluate biological active compounds.

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Name of Research Group:Synthetic green chemistry

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