报告人： 李 杨 研究员
Dr. Yang Li, tenure-track assistant professor in organic and bioinorganic chemistry, has joined the college of chemistry and chemical engineering since July, 2012. Dr. Li obtained his B.S. degree in 2000 at Jilin University. He then studied at the University of Georgia, USA, on natural product total synthesis and obtained his Ph.D. degree in 2006. Since then, he has been a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Toronto (2006.10-2009.5) on metallocatalysis and at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2009.6-2012.5) on bioinorganic chemistry. He is now a member of “100 young plan” of the Chongqing University. Yang’s research interest resides on the intersection of organic synthesis, biomimetic modeling, coordination chemistry, and metallocatalysis. Besides of exploring novel and highly efficient synthetic methods, the employment of advanced structural architectures in modeling the active sites of metalloenzymes bearing polynuclear core is Yang’s another research interest. Along with the biomimetic modeling work, catalysis using multinuclear metal complexes will be his research emphasis as well.