美国爱荷华州立大学化学系：Edward S. Yeung教授的研究小组
The primary goal of their research program is to introduce new approaches in chemical analysis by providing an in-depth understanding of the fundamental principles behind the measurements, by developing new instrumentation and new procedures, and by using novel data treatment procedures to aid in the solution of chemical problems. Typically, Edward S. Yeung let a student choose among several projects to fit his/her interest and career goals, ranging from fundamental studies to applications. The various skills for which they provide training include laser and spectroscopic methods, vacuum technology, electronics, computer interfacing, chromatography, and information theory applied to data treatment. The kinds of problems that interest them are mostly those in the environmental and in the clinical areas.
In 1983 Edward S. Yeung was named Honorary Professor of Zhengzhou University, PRC. He received the ACS Analytical Division Award in Chemical Instrumentation in 1987, the Lester Strock Award in 1990, the Pittsburgh Analytical Chemistry Award in 1993, the ACS Fisher Award in Analytical Chemistry in 1994, the L. S. Palmer Award in 1994, and R&D 100 Awards in 1989, 1991 and 1997. He is currently associate editor of Analytical Chemistry. Now, Edward S. Yeung is distinguished Professor in Liberal Arts and Sciences at Iowa State University and Senior Chemist at Ames Laboratory.
1161 Gilman Hall
Iowa State University
Ames, IA 50011
2002年美国化学会国家奖获得者 (ACS 2002 National Award Recipients)
Summary by 何莉 on 2003-10-09
Last updated by 何莉 on 2003-10-10