Yin Xiangchu, male, Han nationality, born in July 1934, in Haimen City, Jiangsu Province, is a member of Communist Party of China and academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences. He graduated from the Department of Plant Protection of Shandong Agricultural College in July 1958. He was served as Director of the Animal Research Office of the Northwest Plateau Institute of Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, member of the council of the Entomological Society of China from the second term to the fourth term, and member of the Standing Committee and Vice Chairman of the Qinghai Association for Science and Technology. He was also a visiting professor of University of Arizona and Arizona State University. He was employed as a lifetime professor by Hebei University, and now works in the Editorial Boards of Acta Entomologica Sinica, Entomotaxonomia, Acta Zootaxonomica Sinica and Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology.He has been engaged in the classification of grasshoppers for a long time and has found 37 new genus and 103 new species of grasshoppers. In 1982, he founded New Classification System on China’s Acridoidea, which was later hailed as “Yin Xiangchu Classification System”; in 1990, he published a thesis called the Classification of Caelifera (locustodea) in North America, founded a new classification system for the North America’s locustodea and revealed evolution rules of grasshopper, which has been praised and widely used by domestic and foreign counterparts. In 1992, he published A Comparison of the Fauna Compositions on Grasshoppers from North America and Eurasia, pointed that fauna compositions and main pest damaging between the two areas are totally different, therefore, and suggested that mutual transmission must be prevented. In 1996, A Synonymic Catalogue of Grasshoppers and Their Allies of the World (English edition) was published, more than 2million words, recorded all known grasshoppers 2261 genus, 10136 species from 1758 to 1990, and now is the most comprehensive and most systematic same kinds of monograph in the world. His book Grasshoppers on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau won the first prize of Science and Technology Progress Award of Qinghai Province. His achievement Research on Classification System of China’s Acridoidea and Grasshoppers on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau won the second prize of the Science and Technology Progress Award of Chinese Academy of Sciences and the fourth prize of the National Natural Science.
Kang Le, male, was born in April 1959, in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia. His ancestral home is Tang County, Hebei Province. He graduated and earned his doctor’s degree of science from Institute of Zoology (IOZ), Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1990. He is an academician of Chinese Academy of Science and the Third World Academy of Sciences (TWAS), fellow of Entomological Society of America (ESA),research fellow, doctoral supervisor, famous ecologists and entomologists, . He is also the first and second layer expert of New Century Talents Project, winner of the National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars and has been awarded the title of National Mid-Aged Expert with Remarkable Contributions.
He is currently the President of Hebei University, Dean of the Beijing Institute of Life Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Dean of College of Life Science of University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Deputy Director of the Academic Degrees Committee of University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Director of the Academic Degrees Committee of State Key Laboratory of Integrated Management of Pest Insect and Rodents, Leader of Eco-Genomics and Adaptation Group, Executive Member of International Congress of Entomology, Chief Editor of Insect Science, Associate Editor of Protein & Cell, Editorial Board Member of Journal of Insect Physiology, President of Entomological Society Of China, and Honorary Doctor of Science Degree of University of Nebraska, USA.
He was awarded the National Natural Science Award in 1999, elected as Executive Director of International Congress of Entomology in 2008, granted Honorary Doctor of Science Degree of University of Nebraska, USA. He was rewarded by Ho Leung Ho Lee Foundation Prize for Scientific and Technological Progress in 2011, Distinguished Career in Science Award of Entomological Society of America in 2013. In 2015, he was elected as a member of Entomological Society of America, and won Tan Jiazhen Achievement Award for Life Sciences at the same year.
Zhang Yukui was born in 1942 in Baoding City, Hebei Province. He graduated from the Chemistry Department of Nankai University in 1965, and was a visiting scholar at the Institute of Physiology of the University of Tuebingen in Germany and Research Center of Environmental Protection Agency. He is the Director of Chromatographic Committee of Chinese Chemical Society, Standing Director of China Association for Instrumental Analysis, President of Chinese Chromatographic Society, Chief Editor of Chinese Journal of Chromatography, Editorial Board Member of Chinese J. Anal. Chem. and J. Chromatography A. He has won several projects from the Natural Science Foundation of China, and has undertaken national scientific and technological project, 863 Project, 973 Project. At present, he has published nearly four hundreds papers at home and abroad, seven monographs and obtained more than ten patents. In 2003, he was elected as an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Members of the Chinese Academy of Engineering
Pang Guofang (Oct 10, 1943- ), expert in the Scientific Detecting Techniques of Food, was born in Luannan County, Hebei Province (China). He graduated from the Department of Chemistry of Hebei University in 1968. He is a researcher of Chinese Academy of Inspection and Quarantine, and the winner of AOAC International Fellow and 2014 Harvey W. Wiley Award of AOAC International. He has committed himself to the research on the theories and practices of the scientific detection of food for a long time, and done groundbreaking work on the microanalysis of pesticide and veterinary drug residues. Pang has innovated the research on the highly sensitive, selective and high-resolution new techniques and methods of testing multi-residues, besides, he has brought many new ideas to the new techniques and methods of sample preparation, like extraction, separation and enrichment. He has also made great contribution to the standardizing and engineering of detecting techniques, which has promoted the China's foreign trade in relevant industries. He has participated in the studying and setting of 114 international and national standards on detecting techniques. Pang has published, at home and abroad, 10 works over the food safety detecting techniques. He has also published more than 300 papers, and 35 of them has been included in SCI. He has won the second prize of National Award for Science and Technology Progress for 3 times, the first prize of Ministerial and Provincial-Level Science and Technology Awards for 4 times, and Science and Technology Award of AOAC International for 6 times. He cultivated a high-level research team with 2 national experts out of New Century Talents Project, and 5 specialists enjoying special government allowances.
Zhang Zhonghua, a metrology expert, was born in Suzhou City, Jiangsu Province on July 2, 1940. In 1957, he was admitted to the Department of Engineering Physics of Tsinghua University and transferred to the Department of Electrical Engineering in 1959. After graduating in 1962, he was enrolled in the postgraduate class of the Department of Electrical Engineering in Tsinghua University. He graduated from the Electrical Engineering Department of Tsinghua University in 1965 and was elected as an academician the Chinese Academy of Engineering in 1995. Zhang Zhonghua has been engaged in the research of precision electromagnetic measurement and quantum measurement standards for a long time, and won a second prize and a third prize of the National Science and Technology Progress Award.
Wang Hao, male, born in August 1953 in Beijing. He graduated and got his doctor's degree from Tsinghua University. He is not only an academician of Chinese Academy of Engineering, hydrology and water resources scholar, but also professor-level senior engineer and doctoral supervisor. He is now served as Director of State Key Laboratory Simulation and Regulation of Water Cycle in River Basin, Honorary Director of China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research, and he also enjoys governmental special allowance. He also holds concurrent posts as President of Chinese Society for Sustainable Development, Standing Vice President of Global Water Partnership China, Vice President of China Society of Natural Resources and Vice Chairman of GWP (China). He was awarded UN “Global Human Settlements Awards”, granted honorary titles such as “National Advanced Workers” and “Central State Organ May lst Labor Medal”. He has published 36 monographs, more than 450 papers and applied for over 90 patents. He won 1 first prize of National Science and Technology Progress Award, 7 second prizes of National Science and Technology Progress Award, 1 special prize, 21 first prizes and other over 10 prizes on provincial and ministerial-level. In October 2016, he was appointed by the Ministry of Water Resources as a member of the Advisory Committee of the Ministry of Water Resources.