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    Feng Wang (王凤) has been Professor of Chemistry and Physics at Swinburne University of Technology Since 2009. She has been a international recognized research leader in theoretical/computational chemistry and molecular physics and elected Fellow of Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI) and elected Fellow of Australian Institute of Physics (AIP). Feng obtained her PhD degree in Theoretical/Computational Chemistry from University of Newcastle (Australia) in 1994, after her BSc (Physical Chemistry, 1983) and MSc (Quantum Chemistry by Research,1986) degrees, both from Sichuan University (China). Dr Wang took up the prestigious Natural Science and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) Canada International Postdoctoral Fellowship Award at Department of Chemistry, University of Waterloo during 1994-1996. She returned Australia in 1996 to take up a Research Fellow position at School of Chemistry, The University of Melbourne until 2001. She worked a short period in VPAC as a Computational Scientist (2001-2002). Dr Wang joined Swinburne University of Technology as a Senior Lecturer (2003) in Computational Science, and was promoted to Associate Professor (2005) and Professor (2009). Professor Wang has been a leading researcher in physical chemistry, computational chemistry, molecular spectroscopy and molecular physics. Her expertise in molecular simulation/modelling and quantum chemistry enables her to expand to broader areas of biotechnology, nanotechnology and materials sciences, bridging state-of-the-art supercomputing with synchrotron sourced spectroscopy.

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