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Update: November 11, 2016
Tian Lu was born in Beijing, P. R. China. He gained bachelor's degree at Beijing Normal University, received his Ph.D at University of Science and Technology Beijing. Tian Lu is the chairman and founder of Beijing Kein Research Center for Natural Sciences, and chief scientific adviser of Beijing Quanton Technology Co. Ltd. He has strong research interest in various areas of natural science and loves art and nijigen very much. He carried out long-term, in-depth research in quantum chemistry and molecular modelling, and did a lot of works in theory, algorithm and application of wavefunction analysis. Since 2009 he led the development of the multifunctional wavefunction analysis program Multiwfn, which has imposed great impact upon wavefunction analysis field, the users have covered more than 50 countries, and the program has been used by more than 1000 scientific papers or monographs. In 2013 and 2015 he respectively successfully held the 1st and 2nd Wavefunction Analysis and Multiwfn Workshop, which attracted numerous participants and yielded positive meaning in popularization and promotion of wavefunction analysis in China. He also teached numerous times of Beijing Kein Quantum Chemistry Workshop, which have greatly enhanced the research level of many young quantum chemistry researchers.
Tian Lu has published more than 30 scientific papers. He is referee of many well-known journals in theoretical, computational and physical chemistry areas, such as J. Chem. Phys., J. Phys. Chem., Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., J. Comp. Chem., ChemPhysChem, Org. Electron.
Tian Lu is also one of the primary users of the net name "Sobereva", he answered numerous questions for computational chemistry researchers via forums, QQ and E-mail for a very long time without any charge. He wrote lots of articles (totally hundreds of thousands of word) relating to quantum chemistry as well as the use of Multiwfn and posted them on personal Blog and related forums. He is a co-founder of "thinker commune" QQ group (18616395 and 466017436), which is the largest (more than 3000 members), most professional and most active QQ discussion group in computational chemistry field. Besides, in October 2014 he founded the Computational Chemistry Commune (bbs.keinsci.com), which is a comprehensive, high-level forum to discuss quantum chemistry, molecular modelling, first-principle, theoretical physics and so on.
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