Zhang Jiankai, A Young Teacher from the College of Atmospheric Sciences in Lanzhou University, Won the 2019 Xie Yibing Youth Meteorological Science and Technology Award
The 2019 Xie Yibing Youth Meteorological Science and Technology Awards Ceremony was held in Beijing on November 20th. Zhang Jiankai, a young teacher of the College of Atmospheric Sciences in Lanzhou University, won the award and has become one of the six award-winning scholars nationwide.
Zhang Jiankai is one of the backbone members of the stratospheric atmospheric chemistry and climate interaction team in the key area innovation team of the Ministry of Science and Technology. In recent years, he has made outstanding achievements in the research on the interaction between atmospheric chemistry and climate change and interaction between the stratosphere and troposphere. Currently, he has published more than 30 papers on important domestic and foreign academic journals such as Nature Climate Change, Nature Communications, Journal of Climate, Climate Dynamics and Tellus B. And he has received positive assessments from colleagues at home and abroad. Besides, Zhang has won the ninth “Top Ten National Outstanding Young Meteorological Science and Technology Workers”, the first prize of the second National Atmospheric Science Specialty Young Teacher Teaching Exchange and Competition, and the 29th Chinese Meteorological Society Annual Meeting Excellent Paper Award, etc.
The establishment of the Xie Yibing Youth Meteorological Science and Technology Award is to recall China’s famous meteorologist Xie Yibing, who has made outstanding contributions to the Chinese meteorological career and talent cultivation, and to encourage young meteorological science and technology workers and young students to inherit and carry forward the scientific spirit of relevant workers in the last generation. It is established to praise young meteorologists and students who have contributed to the development, reform and innovation of meteorological undertakings and promoted the growth of young meteorological talents.