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Shen Tianhui

Shen Tianhui (Chinese: 沈天慧; 27 April 1923 – 2 January 2011) was a renowned female chemist and professor at Shanghai Jiao Tong University.[1]

Shen was born in Jiashan, Zhejiang Province, and graduated from the department of chemical engineering of Utopia University in Shanghai in 1949. From 1957 to 1959, Shen studied in Soviet Union and her researches focused on semiconductor materials. In the 1960s, she held a position at Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), studying the purification of silica material. From 1966 to 1986, she was in the No. 771 Institute, affiliated to Ministry of Aerospace Industry in Lintong County, Shaanxi Province, doing researches in semiconductor materials and large-scale integrated electronic circuits. Since 1987, she has been studying magnetic storage at the information storage research center at Shanghai Jiao Tong University.

Shen was a member of academic committee of SJTU, an advisor of Research Institute of Materials and Chemical Engineering of SJTU, and director of academic committee of Key Laboratory of Micro-Nano- Manufacturing Technology. Shen was elected an academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1980.

References

  1. ^ 半导体化学家沈天慧院士逝世

External links

  • Biography of Shen Tianhui at chinavitae.com
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