题目：New insights into the mineralization of rare earth elements in coal-bearing strata
报 告 人：俄罗斯科学院远东地质研究院Victor P. Nechaev教授、Igor Yu. Chekryzhov教授
Peter J. Stang教授简介：
Honors and Accolades
· Robert W. Parry Teaching Award in Chemistry, 2000
Victor P. Nechaevis a Senior Researcher of MineralogyLaboratory in Far East Geological Institute, Far Eastern Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences. His areas of study include geological evolution,geodynamics, geochemistry and mineralogy of ore deposits.In 1977, he graduated from Faculty of Geology and Geography,Rostov State University. In 1977–1982, he participatedin gold prospecting in the South Ural region and then turnedto Earth's sciences at the Far East Geological Institute,Far Eastern Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences. In 1982–1991, heavymineral assemblages as indicators of tectonicsettings were a main subject of his study. In 1991, hedefended his Ph.D. Thesis“Cenozoic geodynamic settings ofthe Pacific Oceanfloor from the heavy-mineral assemblages.”Later, his research became wider, including geologyof gem corundum and amber, precious metals in carbonbearingrocks, petroleum geology, and galactic influence on the earth's evolution. Since2014, he has also been working as a Assistant Professor at the Engineering School,Far Eastern Federal University. His major publications are presented at.
· Member, National Academy of Sciences, 2000
Igor Yu. Chekryzhovworks in Geochemistry Laboratory,Far East Geological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences.His areas of study include stratigraphy, volcanismandrare-metal mineralization of Cenozoic coal-bearing basins.He graduated fromthe Geological Faculty of Far Eastern PolytechnicInstitute in 1998. After that, he has worked for thePacific Oceanological Institute from1998 to 2003, and forthe Far East Geological Institute since 2003, both belongingto Far Eastern Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences. He co-authored of over100 publications including 2 monographs.
· Amer.Chem. Soc. George A. Olah Award in Hydrocarbon Chemistry, 2003
· Titular Member, European Academy of Arts, Sciences & Humanities Fellow, American Academy of Arts & Sciences, 2002
· Foreign Member, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2006
· Linus Pauling Medal, 2006
· Foreign Member, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2007
· Amer. Chem. Soc. Award for Creative Research and Applications of Iodine Chemistry, 2007
· Fred Basolo Medal for Outstanding Research in Inorganic Chemistry, 2009
· F. A. Cotton Medal for Excellence in Chemical Research, 2010
· National Medal of Science, 2011- Profile
Molecular Architecture via Coordination: Formation of discrete supramolecular species with well defined geometries and shapes via self-assembly.
Peter J. Stang was born in 1941 in Nürnberg, Germany, raised in Hungary until 1956, and educated in the USA. He earned a B.S. (Magna cum laude) from DePaul University in Chicago in 1963 and a Ph.D. degree from the University of California at Berkeley in 1966. After NIH postdoctoral work at Princeton University, he joined the faculty at the University of Utah in 1969 where, since 1992, he holds the rank of Distinguished Professor of Chemistry. He served as Department Chair from 1989-1995 and as Dean of the College of Science at Utah from 1997-2007.
Professor Stang is also a Senior Fellow, since 1991, at the Loker Hydrocarbon Research Institute at the University of Southern California. Since 2004 he is an Honorary Professor of Chemistry at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Chemistry in Beijing, China, as well as Honorary Professor at Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, East China Normal University, and East China University of Science and Technology in Shanghai, China.
In his 40 years in academia he has delivered hundreds of named lectures and invited lectures at both national and international institutions and conferences. He has served on numerous committees, advisory boards, board of directors, and board of governors. He has been a Fulbright Fellow, a JSPS Fellow, a Lady Davis Visiting Professor, and an A.v. Humboldt Senior U.S. Scientist.
After serving as an Associate Editor of the 报告地点365bet体育在线手机版，教授简介。Journal of the American Chemical Society from 1982-1999 and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Organic Chemistry from 2000-2001, Professor Stang has been the Editor of JACS since 2002. He has authored or co-authored over 450 scientific publications including two dozen widely cited reviews. His early research involved unsaturated reactive intermediates like vinyl cations and unsaturated carbenes. More recently, he was involved in polyvalent iodine chemistry and in particular alkynyl iodonium salts and derived chemistry. His current research is centered in the area of supramolecular chemistry and self-assembly, with primary emphasis on using the coordination based directional bonding paradigm to self-assemble and study pre-designed metallacycles and metallacages such as cuboctahedra, dodecahedra etc. These systems are of significance in nanoscience and nanotechnology.