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Prof Dr. Jing Chen Nanomaterials, Electrochemistry | Best Researcher AwardūüŹÜ

Northwest Normal University, China

Author Profile

Early Academic Pursuits

Dr. Jing Chen began her academic journey with a Ph.D. in Chemistry from Northwest Normal University from 2006 to 2009, followed by an M.Phil. in Chemistry from the same institution from 2003 to 2006.

Professional Endeavors

Over the years, He has garnered extensive experience and expertise in the field of electrochemistry and electroanalytical chemistry. Her professional journey includes positions such as Postdoctoral Fellow at Nankai University and a Visiting Scholar of Biochemistry at Cambridge University. Notably, she is currently a Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at Northwest Normal University.

Contributions and Research Focus

His research interests encompass electrochemistry, electrochemical sensors, biosensors, and computational chemistry. Her impactful contributions extend to serving as a special editor of Nanomaterials and being a journal reviewer for esteemed publications in the field. Her expertise lies in exploring new methods for bioelectrochemical detection and studying the properties of nanomaterials.

Accolades and Recognition

Dr. Chen has received numerous awards and honors for her outstanding contributions, including first prizes for Natural Science and outstanding scientific research achievements in Gansu Province. Her work on electrochemical sensing and detection of bioactive substances and the application study of electron transfer at the biomimetic interface has been recognized at both provincial and national levels.

Impact and Influence

As a senior member of the Chinese Chemical Society and a recognized science and technology expert of Gansu Province, Dr. Chen actively contributes to the advancement of her field. Her role as a special editor and journal reviewer underscores her commitment to shaping the trajectory of scientific research.

Legacy and Future Contributions

His legacy is marked by her impactful research, significant awards, and influential roles in editorial and scientific communities. Her ongoing research projects, including those funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, reflect a commitment to advancing knowledge in electrochemistry and nanomaterials. As she continues to contribute to the field, her influence is likely to grow, leaving a lasting impact on future generations of researchers.


A total of  4348 citations for his publications, demonstrating the impact and recognition of his research within the academic community.

  • Documents¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† 156
  • Citations¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†4348
  • h-index¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†41

Notable Publications 

Multiwalled carbon nanotubes modified with nickel-zinc bis(dithiolene) metal-organic frameworks for electrochemical detection of 5-hydroxytryptamine
Chen, J., Yang, J., Chen, Y., ...Deng, R., Zhu, L.

Photoanode with enhanced performance achieved by a novel charge modulation strategy without sacrificial agents
Feng, Y., Bing, Y., Wang, Z., ...Chen, J., Lu, X.

Asymmetric Dimer Cobalt(II)-Nitroxide Complex: Synthesis, Structure, and Magnetism
Chen, J., Liu, C.-Z., Zhang, Y.-J., Wang, Q.-L.

MXene/CNTs/Cu-MOF electrochemical probe for detecting tyrosine
Chen, J., Chen, Y., Li, S., ...Dong, J., Lu, X.

In-situ growth of cerium-based metal organic framework on multi-walled carbon nanotubes for electrochemical detection of gallic acid
Chen, J., Chen, Y., Li, S., Yang, J., Dong, J.

Highly selective detection of adenine and guanine by NH2-MIL-53(Fe)/CS/MXene nanocomposites with excellent electrochemical performance
Chen, J., Li, S., Chen, Y., Yang, J., Dong, J.

Insights into the Enhanced Photoelectrochemical Performance through Construction of the Z-Scheme and Type II Heterojunctions
Wang, Z., Ning, X., Feng, Y., ...Du, P., Lu, X.

Highly Facile Strategy for Detecting D2O in H2O by Porphyrin-Based Luminescent Probes
Han, Z., Wang, J., Du, P., ...Guo, H., Lu, X.

Preparation and properties of a biodegradability superabsorbent composite based on flax cake protein-g-poly (acrylic acid)/Kaolinite
Zhang, W., Guo, L., Liu, Q., ...Chen, J., Lei, Z.

How to Resolve the Maximum Valuable Information in Complex NIR Signal: A Practicable Method Based on Wavelet Transform
Chen, J., Lu, X.



Jing Chen Nanomaterials, Electrochemistry | Best Researcher Award

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