Jiangsu University is a national key university in China. In the one-hundred years schooling, we adhere to the motto of Knowledge, Truth and Virtue. It is committed to educate talents with a solid foundation of knowledge and skills, with a strong sense of responsibility and commitment to the society. The university seeks to integrate social service into its schooling. It equips itself with various disciplines, renowned scholars, innovative teams, advanced teaching and experimental facilities, and high-quality teaching resources. Lying in Yangtze River Delta, one of the most developed areas in China. The university offers important support of talents, science and technology to the area's the economic and social development and even the whole country.
Dr. Quansheng Chen is currently a full professor of School of Food and Biological Engineering, Jiangsu University PR China. He earned a M.Sc. from Anhui Agricultural University PR China and a Ph.D. from Jiangsu University PR China. His current research interests focus on 1) Fast & nondestructive sensing food quality and safety, 2) Real-time quality monitoring food processing, 3) Bio-imaging/biosensors for food safety, and 4) Near infrared spectral/ Raman spectral analysis. In 2008 he received the 2nd Prize of National Award of Technological Invention of China, and he received the ProSPER.Net-Scopus Award for Asia-Pacific Young Scientist in 2011. He has authored >150 peer-reviewed scientific papers and 3 books, and holds >30 patents. Detailed information can be found in http://spswxy.ujs.edu.cn/info/1075/3394.htm.
Kutsanedzie FYH, Lin Hao , Yan Song, Ouyang Qin, Chen Quansheng*. (2018) Near infrared chemo-responsive dye intermediaries spectra-based in-situ quantification of volatile organic compounds. Sensors & Actuators B Chemica, 254 :597-602.
Li Huanhuan, Chen Quansheng*, Hassan Md Mehedi, Chen Xiaoxing, Ouyang Qin, Guo Zhiming, & Zhao Jiewen. (2017). A magnetite/PMAA nanospheres-targeting SERS aptasensor for tetracycline sensing using mercapto molecules embedded core/shell nanoparticles for signal amplification. Biosensors & Bioelectronics, 92, 192-199.
Liu Yan, Ouyang Qin, Li Huanhuan, Zhang Zhengzhu, Chen Quansheng*. (2017). Development of an Inner Filter Effects-Based Upconversion Nanoparticles-Curcumin Nanosystem for the Sensitive Sensing of Fluoride Ion. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 9(21), 18314-18321.
Yang Mingxiu, Liu Guokun, Hassan Md.Mehedia, Ouyang Qin, Chen Quansheng*.(2017).A universal SERS aptasensor based on DTNB labeled GNTs/Ag core-shell nanotriangle and CS-Fe3O4 magnetic-bead trace detection of Aflatoxin B1. Analytica Chimica Acta, 986, 122-130. (IF=4.950)
Kutsanedzie FYH, Chen Quansheng*, Hassan MM, Yang Mingxiu, Sun Hao, Rahman MH. (2017) Near infrared system coupled chemometric algorithms for enumeration of total fungi count in cocoa beans neat solution Food Chemistry, 240, 231-238.
Hu Weiwei, Chen Quansheng*, Li Huanhuan, Ouyang Qin, & Zhao Jiewen. (2016). Fabricating a novel label-free aptasensor for acetamiprid by fluorescence resonance energy transfer between NH2-NaYF4: Yb, Ho@SiO2 and Au nanoparticles. Biosensors & Bioelectronics, 80, 398-404.
Khulal Urmila, Zhao Jiewen, Hu Weiwei, & Chen Quansheng*. (2016). Nondestructive quantifying total volatile basic nitrogen (TVB-N) content in chicken using hyperspectral imaging (HSI) technique combined with different data dimension reduction algorithms. Food Chemistry, 197, 1191-1199.
Pan Wenxiu, Zhao Jiewen, & Chen Quansheng*. (2015). Fabricating Upconversion Fluorescent Probes for Rapidly Sensing Foodborne Pathogens. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 63(36), 8068-8074.
Chen Quansheng*, Li Huanhuan, Ouyang Qin, & Zhao Jiewen. (2014). Identification of spoilage bacteria using a simple colorimetric sensor array. Sensors and Actuators B-Chemical, 205, 1-8.
Quansheng Chen*, Chaojie Zhang, Jiewen Zhao, Qin Ouyang, Recent advances in emerging imaging techniques for non-destructive detection of food quality and safety, TrAC- Trends in Analytical Chemistry, 52(2013) 261-274.
To be eligible to apply for this Fellowship applicants must meet the following criteria:
Candidates generally not exceeding 35 years old.
Candidates should have their PhD at the time of taking up the appointment (within 3 years) and are expected to have a proven record of research accomplishments,.
Candidates should have excellent academic qualifications, good writing and communication skills, team working spirit, strong responsibility.
Candidates with prior experience with Food Safety, Chemical, Nanotechnology, Bio-materials, Biosensors, Optical imaging, Cell Biology or related field.
Qualified applicants will be offered the competitive salary upon the world rankings of the university (Times Higher Education World University Rankings) that awarded your doctorate. Details as follow:
If the ranks is 1~100, your salary is 300,000~400,000 RMB/year; if the ranks is 101~300, your salary is 250,000~300,000 RMB/year; if the ranks is 300~, your salary is 150,000~200,000 RMB/year.