Chun-Ting Zhang (张春霆院士)
Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Currently, Chun-Ting Zhang (张春霆) is a full professor in the Department of Physics, Tianjin University, China. Prof. Zhang is also the director of the Centre for Bioinformatics, TianjinUniversity (TUBIC), China. He graduated from the Department of Physics, Fudan University, China, in 1961 and finished his graduate study at the same university in 1965. His major is theoretical physics. Since the early 1980s, he has shifted to the research area of computational molecular biology. Now he is engaged mainly in the studies of bioinformatics. He established the Z-curve method, which has many applications in analyzing genomic sequences. His honors include the Prize of National Natural Science of China (second class) in 1997 and the Ho Leung Ho Lee Prize for Science and Technology Progress in 2001. He was elected a Member of the ChineseAcademy of Sciences in 1995. He was also elected a Fellow of the Academy of Sciences in the Developing World in 2001. For more details about Prof. Zhang, please visit:

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