Dr. Kui juan Jin
Professor Kui-juan Jin received her B. S.degree from Optics Department of the University of Shandong, and her Ph. D.degree at the Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (Advisor:Guo-zhen Yang) in 1995. She spent two years as a Postdoctoral ResearchAssociate at the University of Tennessee /Oak Ridge National Laboratory in theUnited States (Advisor: Gerald D. Mahan), and another two years in Lund University of Sweden (Advisor: Koung An Chao) before she moved back toInstitute of Physics. She was promoted as a full professor in 2004, and a groupleader in 2005 in Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. In 2008,Professor Jin was supported by National Science Foundation of China for Distinguished Young Scientists. She became the assistant of the president ofBeijing National Lab. for Condensed Matter Physics in 2008. She was Director of Optical Physics Key Lab. of Chinese Academy of Sciences during 2009-2017. In 2009, she became the Chair of the Committee for Optical Physics of Chinese Physics Society. She got national award for excellent people in science and technology in China in 2010. In 2011, she was elected a Fellow of The Institute of Physics (IoP). In 2012, she was elected a Fellow of The American Physical Society (APS). In 2013, she was elected as a council memberin the Association of Asia Pacific Physical Societies (AAPPS). She has served as an Editor for Sci. Rep. since 2015, Senior Editorial Advisors since 2017. Since 2015, as the chair, she has served women in physics group of Chinese Physical Society. 2017-2021, she was the Vice Chair in C13 (Physics for Development), and a member in Working Group for Women in Physics in International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP). Since 2021, she has been the Vice President of IUPAP, and the Chair of C13 of IUPAP.
Her recent research interest is exploring novel properties of low dimensional perovskite oxides, especially with optical method.
She obtained Xie-Xi-De physics award in 2011, one of the top awards of Chinese Physics Society. She also got national award for distinguished scientists in science and technology in China in 2010. She has been elected a Fellow of the British Institute of Physics since 2011, and a Fellow of the American Physical Society since 2012. As a Chair Scientist, she has accomplished leading a National Basic Research Program of China, and started leading another one.