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Meet the Editors of JACS and JACS Au
Meet the Editors of JACS and JACS Au

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Nov 17, 2020 07:01 PM

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Speakers

Professor Erick Carreira
@ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Professor Carreira will formally assume the JACS editorship at the beginning of January 2021. His appointment as Editor-in-Chief of JACS follows an extensive public search that saw over 100 nominations from across the chemistry community. In addition to his work as an Editor, Professor Carreira is a professor of chemistry in the Department of Chemistry and Applied Biosciences, as well as a member of the Competence Center for Systems Physiology and Metabolic Diseases, at ETH Zürich, where he has taught since 1998. A self-described “generalist,” Professor Carreira’s current research focuses on a variety of multidisciplinary fields, including natural products total synthesis, synthetic methods, and catalysis to prepare molecules with asymmetric bond construction. He is co-founder of three start-up companies and has been involved in the development of several chemistry education software tools. pubs.acs.org/jacs
Professor Christopher W. Jones
William R. McLain Chair and Professor of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering @Georgia Institute of Technology (GeorgiaTech), USA
Professor Christopher W. Jones has served as Editor-in-Chief of ACS Catalysis since its founding in 2010, a journal that attracted 70,712 citations and received a Journal Impact Factor™ of 12.350 in 2019. As ACS Catalysis’ first Editor-in-Chief, Jones has experience leading a new journal to the top of its field. Jones received his Ph.D. from the California Institute of Technology in 1999 and joined the Georgia Tech faculty in 2003. There, his research group focuses on catalysis and capture of carbon dioxide from the air. pubs.acs.org/jacsau
Professor Zhaomin Hou
RIKEN Center for Sustainable Resource Science
Professor Zhaomin Hou has spent his career at RIKEN, beginning as a research scientist and steadily being promoted, most recently to Deputy Director of the RIKEN Center for Sustainable Resource Science in 2013. Dr. Hou’s research explores new catalysts for key reactions, including the transformation of atmospheric CO2 and N2 into value-add chemicals. Professor Hou will host this Meet the Editors session.