Shu-Hong Yu — introducing the new Editor-in-Chief of Materials Chemistry Frontiers

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We are delighted to announce the new Editor-in-Chief for Materials Chemistry Frontiers, Shu-Hong Yu from University of Science and Technology of China!

Shu-Hong Yu completed PhD in inorganic chemistry in 1998 from University of Science and Technology of China. From 1999 to 2001, he worked in Tokyo Institute of Technology as a Postdoctoral Fellow, and was awarded the AvH Fellowship (2001-2002) in the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Germany. He was appointed as a full professor in 2002 and the Cheung Kong Professorship in 2006. He was elected as Academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2019. He serves as the Director of the Division of Nanomaterials and Chemistry, Hefei National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at Microscale.

His research interests include bio-inspired synthesis of inorganic nanostructures, self-assembly of nanoscale building blocks, nanocomposites, their related properties and applications. His research work has been cited more than 56,400 citations (H index 132), named as a Highly Cited Researcher from 2014 to 2020.

It is an honour to serve as Editor-in-Chief of Materials Chemistry Frontiers. I look forward to working together with the Editorial Board to maintain the high-quality standards of our journal and to continue its success.

Read Shu-Hong’s latest review article in MCF on nanowire materials.

Shu-Hong will formally assume the role of Editor-in-Chief on 21st December 2020 from Professor Ben Zhong Tang, who has led the journal since launched. We would like to thank Ben Zhong for his years of hard work, dedication and diligence. MCF has maintained a rapid and steady growth on its scientific quality and global impact during the past four years. We are confident Shu-Hong will continue the many successes of MCF and keep enhancing the flourishing reputation of the journal under his leadership.

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