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KAN Jam

Dr. Junhao Chu
Dr. Junhao Chu
Director of the Shanghai Center for Photovoltaics, The Chinese Academy of Sciences

Member of The Chinese Academy of Sciences
Deputy to the National People’s Congress

Dr. Junhao Chu is Director of the Shanghai Center for Photovoltaics, The Chinese Academy of Sciences. He is also a member of The Chinese Academy of Sciences, and Deputy to the National People’s Congress of the People’s Republic of China.

Dr. Chu graduated from Shanghai Normal University in 1966, and earned his master’s degree and Ph.D. from the Shanghai Institute of TP (SITP). Dr. Chu’s research specializes in semiconductor physics and device technology, and he has published extensively on various investigations involving semiconductors. Dr. Chu’s research project, “The study of optical transition and infrared focal plane array for HgCdTe thin films” earned the second class awards of Natural Science in China in 2005.

Since 1992 he has been a professor at the National Laboratory for Infrared Physics (NLIP) in Shanghai, and was director of NLIP from 1993 to 2003. He received the third class awards of National Natural Science in China in 1993, and the fourth class awards of National Natural Science in China in 1987.

The National Ministry of Science and Technology commended Dr. Chu as an excellent scientist in the Major State Basic Research Project in 2004, and a year later he was elected a member of The Chinese Academy of Sciences.

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