Zhenli Zhu is a full professor of China University of Geosciences, Wuhan. He obtained his doctorate in 2008 from Tsinghua University. During his earlier career, he has visited Professor Gary Hieftje’s lab in Indiana University and Rick Russo’s lab in LBNL as visiting scholar. Now he is the director of instrumental technology R&D center in the State Key Laboratory of Biogeology and Environmental Geology (BGEG). He is the member of the Editorial Boards of the journals “Atomic spectroscopy”, “Spectroscopy and spectral analysis” and “Chinese Chemical Letters”.
His main interest lies in the development of new methodology and instruments for elemental analysis based on new microplasma excitation sources (dielectric barrier discharge, atmospheric pressure glow discharge and liquid electrode discharges) and plasma induced vapor generation. Additionally, his activities also include the development of metal stable isotope analysis method and its application by MC-ICPMS.
He published more than 80 scientific papers, 11 patents and 2 book chapters and his articles are cited more than 2,000 times.
Prof. Zhenli Zhu
State Key Laboratory of Biological and Environmental Geology
China University of Geosciences
No 388 Lumo Road
430 074 Wuhan