Liang Haojun, born in May 1963 in Jinlin Province; graduated from Dept. of Physics of Northeast Normal University in July 1984; Ph.D. (1990), Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry; visiting scholar, Dept. of Chemistry, the Chinese University of Hongkong, Dec.1999-Aug.2000; visiting scholar, Dept. of Materials, Loughborough University, Dec.2000-Sep.2001; visiting scholar, Dept. of Biophysics, SUNY Buffalo University. Sep.2003-Nov.2003; 2002-present, professor of USTC.
His research focuses on the theoretaical and computational aspect of polymer design and preparation, Polymer Condensed Matter Physics and biophysics, including the interation between proteins, interaction of protein and DNA, synthesis of macromolecules and organic molecules, design of peptides, synthetic molecules and organic small molecules drug, macromolecular coarse-grained model and multi-scale simulation, assembly and aggregation of complex chain molecules and proteins in melt and solution state, and surface modification of polymer materials. He assumed research projects supported by the National Natural Science Funds and the National Basic Research Program (973 Program), and has published over 60 SCI papers on Macromolecules, J. Chem. Phys., J. Phys. Chem. B, Phys. Rev. E, etc. He was one of the panel judges for the 10th and 11th review of division of Polymer Science, National Natural Science Funds. Prof. Liang won National Natural Science Funds for Distinguished Young Scholar in 2005 and serves as editor for the Open Chemical Physics Journal, International Journal of Polymer Science and Acta Polymerica Sinica.