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        孙建中,男,1958年10月生,美国路易斯安那州立大学博士,昆虫与生物质能源专家。2009年7月,任江苏大学特聘教授。2009年5月任美国华盛顿州立大学兼职教授、美国华盛顿州立大学生物质能源研究领域博士生指导委员会委员。作为海外高层次人才,应邀在北京参加建国60周年国庆观礼活动,受到胡锦涛、温家宝等中央领导同志的亲切接见。现任江苏大学环境学院副院长、江苏大学生物质能源研究所所长。
        孙建中教授具有30多年国内外丰富的学习研究工作经历,其中在美国学习工作15年。1990年、1996年,作为高级访问学者,曾先后两次赴美国奥本大学、美国路易斯安那州立大学合作研究;2002—2004年,曾在美国路易斯安那州立大学从事博士后研究,2004—2009年曾任美国密西西比州立大学昆虫系及海岸研究与推广中心助理教授/副教授、博士生导师,招收和指导博士研究生和博士后开展生物质能源方面研究;作为第一主持人,曾主持美国农业部、密西西比州有关白蚁生物学、白蚁防治研究以及美国能源部、交通部“太阳神计划”有关白蚁生物质能源利用研究等多个项目;为美国科学学会、工业微生物学会、昆虫学会会员;曾任美国农业部国家白蚁防治项目专家委员会委员;受邀担任美国2008-2013年第三个五年科技发展计划起草与评议专家、美国农业部重大课题评审专家、美国国家植物生物技术评审委员会生物质能源和环境研究项目评审专家、中国国家自然科学基金评审委员会重大项目海外评审专家;受邀担任7种国际昆虫类、农业类、生物质能源类SCI专业杂志审稿人、编委、特邀主编;曾任美国路易斯安那州立大学中国学者联谊会主席、顾问。
        孙建中教授是国际上将白蚁高效生物降解植物木质纤维素特性引入到生物质能源研究中的少数科学家之一。作为发起人和主持人,2008年成功主持美国昆虫学会年会首届“昆虫与生物质能源应用”国际性专题学术研讨会;在昆虫与生物质能源研究方面,主编了国际同行业中第一本研究专刊,(英文版,国际著名出版商Wiley-Blackwell 出版),撰写发表了第一篇较为全面的、融合不同学科、反映最新进展的昆虫与生物质能源应用的综述性研究报告(英文版,中国高等教育出版)。共发表各类研究论文、研究报告60多篇, 其中有20多篇研究论文在同行业国际顶尖或主流SCI专业刊物上发表,参与或主编3部著作的撰写(中文1部、英文2部),做过20多次应邀国际性学术会议大会发言和40多次国际会议报告。
        孙建中教授曾主持中国国家、省级攻关研究项目多项,作为主持人和主要完成人,获江苏省科技进步一等奖2项、二等奖1项,作为主要参加人,获国家科技进步三等奖、农牧渔业部二等奖各1项。
        目前,孙建中教授被列入江苏省“创新创业人才千人计划”和“六大人才高峰计划”,并负责筹建高起点、高定位、具有多学科交叉特色的江苏大学生物质能源研究所,创建江苏大学生物质能源新兴重点学科,为国家生物质能源产业的发展作出贡献。

Jianzhong Sun, Ph.D.

 Professional Titles:

    Distinguished professor; Graduate faculty for Ph.D./master students

    Director of Biofuels Institute of Jiangsu University;

    Adjunct professor in Dept. of Biological Systems Engineering, Washington State University, USA

Education:

    ·Ph.D. (major: Entomology, minor: Statistics/microbiology), Louisiana State University, USA, May, 2002

    ·M.S. (Entomology/Ecology), Nanjing Agricultural University, P. R. China, July, 1985

    ·B.S. (Plant Protection), Nanjing Agricultural University, P. R. China, July, 1982

Present research interests and areas:

    ·Develop the advanced technologies for the efficient biomass conversion and utilization

    ·Reveal and Mimic highly efficient natural lignocellulolytic systems (e.g. wood-feeding termites) to advance current bioreactors for biofuels

    ·Develop dedicated bioenergy crops and the associated technologies

    ·Develop the advanced technologies for biomass-based plastics and other bio-products

    As a director and coordinator in Biofuels Institute of Jiangsu University, my ongoing programs, including my research team, mainly focus on the utilization of wood-feeding termites/other cellulolytic insects to develop the novel technologies for recalcitrant lignocellulosic bioenergy and other bio-products. As a matter of fact, some insects subsist on lignocellulosic biomass from agricultural crops to forest woody substrates as their only foods, such as in the case of termites (all seven families), beetles (Anobiidae, Scarabaeidae, Cerambycidae), wood wasps (Siricidae), leaf-shredding aquatic insects (Pteronarcidae), silver fish (Lepismatidae), crane fly (Tipulidae), etc. Cellulose digestion has been demonstrated in more than 20 families representing 10 insect orders. The ability of these insects to feed on wood, foliage and detritus has recently stimulated extensive investigations of the mechanisms for how these insects are able to digest the structural and recalcitrant lignocellulose in their foods. With these studies, scientists would possibly advance the biofuel technologies with the discovery of novel lignocellulolytic enzymes, efficient bioreactor simulated from the natural system, and a better understanding of the bioconversion mechanisms from plant cell walls in insect guts. Thus, as an emerged new area of multi-discipline science, utilization of lignocellulose-feeding insects would be very valuable for viable biofuels production made from lignocellulosic biomass. Currently, as our main efforts, understanding the mechanisms of the biomass digestion in these insect guts through our research could potentially shed light on efficient, low cost, lignocellulose-based biofuel production systems.

Professional experience:

  2009–Present

    Distinguished professor, Director of Biofuels Institute of Jiangsu University, School of the Environment, Zhenjiang, 212013, Jiangsu, P. R. China

  2004 – 2009

    Assistant/associate professor, Costal Research and Extension Center, Mississippi State University and Graduate faculty of Dept. of Entomology and Plant Pathology of Mississippi State University, Mississippi, USA

  2002 – 2003

    Postdoctoral associate at Department of Entomology, Louisiana State University, USA

  1998 – 2002

    Ph. D. student at the Dept. of Entomology of Louisiana State University, Louisiana, USA

  1996 – 1997

    Visiting scholar at the Dept of Entomology of Louisiana State University, Louisiana, USA

  1992 – 1996

    Associate professor in Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences (JAAS), Nanjing, P. R. China.

  1991 – 1992

    Visiting scientist in Dept. of Entomology, Auburn University, Alabama, USA

  1985 – 1991

    Assistant professor in Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Nanjing, P. R. China.

Professional membership and service:

    ·Membership of the Entomological Society of America, USA, since 1998

    ·Membership of the Society for Industrial Microbiology, USA, since 2006

    ·Membership of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

    ·National technical committee for the Formosan subterranean termite management, USA

    ·Invited panel member for "Bioenergy and Environment" of The Consortium for Plant Biotechnology Research, Inc. ("CPBR"), USA

    ·Invited panel member by USDA (ARS and CSREES) for reviewing the new five-year action plan on the USDA-ARS Veterinary, Medical, and Urban Entomology Program in 2008, USA

    ·Invited panel member for USDA grant reviewing since 2008.

    ·Invited panel member of grant reviewer by National Natural Scientific Foundation of China since 2007.

    ·A referee for some international journals, such as ““Biofuels, Bioproducts, and Biorefining”, “Biomass and Bioenergy”, “J. of Insect physiology”, “Comprehensive Biochemistry and Physiology”, “Florida Entomologist”, “HortScience”, “Sociobiology”, “Naturwissenschaften (The Science of Nature)”“Insect Science”, etc.  

    ·2008 ESA annual conference section symposium organizer and moderator for “Lignocellulose degradation by insects and their gut symbionts with potential applications to the biofuels industry”, Reno, Nevada, November 16-19, 2008.

    ·Guest editor of the special issue, “Insects and Biofuels”, for an international journal, Insect Science, published by Wiley and Blackwell. Editor panel member for “Open Entomology”, “Acta Appl. Entomol. Sin.”.

Awarded research grants (2004-2009) in recent from USA:

    1.Jian-Zhong Sun. PI, 2004-2008. Biology and control of the Formosan subterranean termite (Coptotermes formosanus). Sponsored by USDA-ARS, total US$600,000. (This project is a USA national level competition and awarded by USDA).

    2.Jian-Zhong Sun. PI, 2008-2013. Biology and control of the Formosan subterranean termite (Coptotermes formosanus). Sponsored by USDA-ARS, total US$750,000 (This project will start in August 2008). (This project is a USA national level competition and awarded by USDA).

    3.Jian-Zhong Sun, PI, 2007-2008. Biological hydrogen production from biomass by wood-feeding termites. Sponsored by U. S. Dept. of Transportation. US$60,000/year. (This project is a USA national level competition and awarded by US Department of Transportation).

    4.Jian-zhong Sun, PI, 2006-2009. Evaluation of quarterly replenishment of 0.5% Hexaflumuron for control subterranean termites, Coptotermes and Reticulitermes spp., in the United States. Sponsored by Dow AgroSciences, US$ 30,000.

    5.Jian-Zhong Sun, PI. 2004-2006, An integrated vetiver grass program as an alternative crop for Mississippi Farmers in control of Formosan subterranean termite, sponsored by USDA/MSU, total US$30,000.

    6.Richard Watson and Jianzhong Sun, Co-PI. 2004-2006, Propagation of vetiver grass for Formosan Subterranean Termite research program, sponsored by USDA/MSU, Total US$15,000

Awarded research grants (2009-2010) in recent from China:

    7.Jian-Zhong Sun, PI. 2009-2011,  Biomass conversion by wood-feeding termites and other insect cellulosic utilization systems. Sponsored by Jiangsu provincial government, 1million Chinese dollars (RMB).

    8.Jian-Zhong Sun, PI. 2009-2011, Biological pretreatment of lignocellulose for bioethanol with the novel technologies from termite cellulolytic systems, Sponsored by Jiangsu provincial government, 100,000 Chinese dollars (RMB).

Pending grants submitted in 2010:

    9.Jian-Zhong Sun. et al., PI, 2011-2014, Study on the natural biomass utilization systems for efficient biomass conversion to realize cellulosic biofuels.10 Million for 3 years, National program sponsored by Ministry of Science and Technology. (Pending).

Honors and awards

    1.2002. Nominated for distinguished dissertation award from the Department of entomology to compete the distinguished dissertation award in LSU PhD. graduates in 2002, sponsored by LSU alumni foundation.

    2.2006. The first class of Jiangsu Scientific and Technological Progress Award for The outbreak of rice-stem borers and their sustainable control technologies”.

    3.1999. The first class of Jiangsu Scientific and Technological Progress Award for The mechanism and applied technologies of a super-effective insecticide, immidacloprid, for controlling main pest insects in China”.

    4.1994. Awarded 2nd place in a national-wide competition for the published entomological research papers in China.

Selected professional presentations in recent (oral):

    ·Sun, J-Z. 2008. “Could wood-feeding termites provide better biofuels?”, 2008 National Conference on Urban Entomology, May 18-21, 2008. Tulsa, OK. USA.

    ·Sun, J-Z, et al., 2008. “Termite biology and pest management”, Garden master extension meeting. Oct. 3, 2008, CREC Crosby Arboretum, Picayune, MS. (Invited keynote speaker),

    ·Sun, J-Z, et al., 2008. “Formosan subterranean termite and its control”, 35th annual Horticulture Field day, October 2, 2008, Poplarville, MS.

    ·Sun, J-Z. 2008. “The present state of art for lignocellulose-feeding insects: an emerging and promising area of entomological science”, The 55th Annual conference of the Mississippi Entomological Association. Oct. 24-26, 2008. Starkville, MS.

    ·Sun, J-Z. 2008. “Biological energy production from biomass by wood-feeding termites”, The 56th Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America, Nov. 16-19, 2008, Reno, NV. (Invited keynote speaker).

    ·Sun, J-Z. 2009. “Termite gut as a unique natural biocatalyst system: Can termites save the earth?”, The US-China Bioenergy Forum and Roundtable Discussion/Summit, Oct. 23-25, 2009, Beijing, China. (Invited keynote speaker).

    ·Sun, J-Z. 2009. “A novel source and mechanism of biohydrogen converted from lignocellulose by wood-feeding termites”, The future of Biofuels, April. 4-8, 2009, Salt lake city, Utah, USA (Invited keynote speaker).

    ·Sun, J-Z. 2010. “Termite lignocellulolytic system used for biofuels industries: current state of the art and perspectives”, Symposium on renewable energy for Hong Kong and mainland of China, June 24-26, 2010, Hong Kong, China. (Invited keynote speaker).

    ·Sun, J-Z. 2010. “Natural lignocellulolytic system used for biofuels industries”, International Conference on Biomass Energy Technologies, August, 20-23, 2010, Beijing, China. (Invited keynote speaker).

Selected Publications (peer-reviewed):

    1.Sun, J. Z*. and M. E. Scharf (Eds.). 2010. Insects and Biofuels. Insect Science, V17: 163-333 (Special issue of the journal), Wiley and Black-well.

    2.Sun, J. Z*. and X. G. Zhou. 2010. Utilization of Lignocellulose-feeding Insects for Viable Biofuels: an Emerging and Promising Area of Entomological Science. Pp. 441-498. In Recent Advances of Entomological Research: from molecular biology to pest management [Eds. By Liu T. X. and Kang L.], Springer, Berlin.

    3.Sun, J. Z*.2010. Termite cellulolytic systems used for biofuels industry: current state-of-the-art and the perspectives. Pp. 205-218. In   2010 Development report of the Industrial Biotechnology in China. Scientific Press. Beijing.

    4.Sun, J. Z*. and M. E. Scharf. 2010. Exploring and integrating cellulolytic systems of insects to advance biofuel technology. Insect Science, V17: 163-165.

    5.Cao, Y.-Q, Sun, J.-Z.*, M. Rodriguez, and K. C. Lee. 2009. Hydrogen emission by three termite species (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae): profiles of continuous H2 production. Insect Science V17:237-244.

    6.Ke J., Sun, J.Z.*, et al. 2010. In situ oxygen profiling and lignin modification in guts of wood-feeding termites In situ oxygen profiling and lignin modification in guts of wood-feeding termites. Insect Science, 17: 277-290.

    7.Zhu, Y. C. Sun, J.-Z., et al. 2010. Identification two haplotypes of cytochrome oxidae sub-unit II (COII) gene of the Formosan subterranean termite, Coptotermes formosanus Shiraki (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae) in south Mississippi. Pest Management Sci. V66: 612-620.

    8.Shi, W. B., R. Syrenne, Sun, J.-Z., and J. S. Yuan et. 2010.  Molecular approaches to study the insect gut symbiotic microbiota at the “Omics” age. Insect Science 17: 199-219.

    9.Sun, J. Z*., Fuxa, J. R., A. Richter, D. Ring. 2008. Interaction of Metarhizium anisopliae and tree-based mulches in repellence and mycoses against the Formosan subterranean termite, Coptotermes formosanus (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae). Environ. Entomol 37:755-763.

    10.Lee, K. C. J.-Z. Sun*, Y. C. Zhu, and E. J. Mallette. 2009. A Case Study of the Formosan Subterranean Termite, Coptotermes formosanus Shiraki (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae) Transported with a Non-Cellulosic Commercial Carrier in South Mississippi. Sociobiology, V53:619-630.

    11.Sun, J. Z*. 2008. The degradation of lignocellulose by wood-feeding termites and its potential and practical values in biofuel industries. Mid-south Entomology 1:53-54.

    12.Sun, J. Z*. 2008. Could wood-feeding termites provide better biofuels? Pp50-54, Proceedings of 2008 U. S. National Conference on Urban Entomology, Urban Pest Roundup, May 18-21, Tulsa, OK.

    13.Sun, J. Z*., M. E. Lockwood, J. L. Etheridge, J. Carroll, C. Z. Hollomon, C. E. H. Coker, and P. R. Knight. 2007. Distribution of Formosan subterranean termite (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae) in Mississippi. J. Econ. Entomol. 100:1400-1408

    14.Sun, J. Z*. 2007. Landscape mulches and termite nutritional ecology: growth and survival of incipient colonies of Coptotermes formosanus (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae). J. Econ. Entomol. 100:517-525.

    15.Sun, J. Z*. 2007. Bioconversion secrets: How wood-feeding termites do their things in harnessing lignocellulose and its potential and practical values in biofuels. P46, Proceedings of CrossOver 2007 Bioenergy: from field to wheels, Penn. State Univ., State College, PA, USA.

    16.Sun, J.Z*, M. E. Lockwood, and J. L. Etheridge. 2006. Evaluation of the preferences of dealates of Coptotermes formosanus (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae) between landscape mulches. Sociobiology 48 (1): 85-99.

    17.Sun, J. Z*., M. E. Lockwood. 2006. Landscape mulches and termite nutritional ecology: growth and survival of incipient colonies of Coptotermes formosanus (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae). Proceedings of XV International Conference of the Union for the study of Social Insects (IUSSI), Washington, DC, p171.

    18.Sun, J. Z*., M. E. Lockwood. 2006. Landscape mulches: do they encourage Formosan subterranean termite colonies? Proceedings of SNA Research Conference, Sixteenth Annual Report (Eds. By Dr. J. L. Bryson), McMinnville, TN, USA, V51: 167-173. 

    19.Sun, J. Z., Fuxa, J. R., and Henderson, G. 2003. Virulence and in vitro characteristics of pathogenic fungi isolated from soil by baiting with Coptotermes formosanus. J. Entomol. Sci., 38:342-358.

    20.Sun, J. Z., Fuxa, J. R., and Henderson, G. 2003. Effects of Virulence, Sporulation, and Temperature on Metarhizium anisopliae and Beauveria bassiana Laboratory Transmission in nests of Coptotermes formosanus. J. Invert. Pathol., 84:38-46.

    21.Sun, J. Z., Fuxa, J. R., and Henderson, G. 2002. Sporulation of Metarhizium anisopliae and Beauveria bassiana on Coptotermes formosanus and in vitro. J. Invert. Pathol., 81:78-85.

    22.Sun, J. Z., Fuxa, J. R., and Henderson, G. 2001. Virulence of pathogenic fungi isolated from soil against Coptotermes formosanus. In: Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Coptotermes formosanus. USDA, New Orleans, p8.

    23.Fuxa, J. R., Sun, J. Z., Weidner, E. H., and LaMotte, L. R. 1999. Stressor and rearing diseases of Trichoplusia ni: Evidence of vertical transmission of NPV and CPV. J. Invert. Pathol. 74:149-155.

    24.Sun, J. Z., Fan J. C., Xia, L. R., Yang, J. S., and Shen, X. S. 1996. Studies on the insecticidal activity of imidacloprid and its application in paddy fields against the brown plant hopper, Nilaparvata lugens (Homoptera). Acta Entomologica Sinica 39:37-45.

    25.Fan J. C., and Sun, J. Z. 1995. Studies on profiles of toxicity and efficacy of Prothiophos against rice yellow stem borer, Tryporiza incertulas. Scientia Agricultura Sinica, 28:66-72.

    26.Fan, J. C., Sun, J. Z., Xia, L. R., and Du, Z. W. 1995. Toxicity of some O-ethyl-s-propyl phophorothiolate insecticides to 3rd and 5th instar larvae of Helicoverpa armigera. Sinozoologia 12:86-90.

    27.Sun, J. Z., Zhang, J. X. and Shen, X. S. 1993. The flight capabilities of rice stem borer moths, Tryporyza incertulas, Chilo suppressalis, and Sesamia inferens. Acta Entomol. Sin. 35:187-194.

    28.Sun, J. Z., Du, Z. W. 1992. The structure and dynamics in space, number and time of damaged rice in paddy fields infested by striped stem borer, Chilo suppressalis. Acta Entomol. Sin. 39:37-45.

    29.Sun, J. Z., and Du, Z. W. 1991. Studies on the spatial pattern of striped stem borer, Chilo suppressalis, larvae in paddy fields. Acta. Entomol. Sin. 34:303-310. 

    30.Sun, J. Z. 1991. The utilization and regulation of spatial distribution patterns in main insect pests of rice. In “The technology and strategies of integrated pest management on rice diseases and pests in China” (Z. W, Du and X. X. Zhang, Eds.), pp 83-113. Agricultural Publication House, Beijing. In Chinese.

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