XU, Hui Secretary of CPC CPU Committee

Release date:2015-12-25  Release:

XU, Hui

Secretary, Communist Party of China (CPC) China Pharmaceutical University Committee

Born in 1958, Professor Xu was admitted to the Physics Program (for teachers) of Central South Institute of Mining and Metallurgy in 1977 and graduated in 1982. He received his master's degree in Solid State Physics from Northeast Institute of Engineering in 1984, and his Ph.D. degree in Condensed Matter Physics from Tsinghua University in 1994. He became lecturer in the Department of Applied Physics at Central South University of Technology (CSUT) in 1984, associate professor in 1988 and professor in 1993. He was appointed doctoral supervisor in 2000 and assessed as second-grade full professor (the second highest professional title for professors) in 2007. He was a senior visiting scholar in the University of Trondheim, Norway since 1989. He received special government allowance from the Chinese State Council in 2006.

In CSUT, Prof. Xu served as deputy director of the Department of Applied Physics since 1990, director of Presidents' Office since 1995, president's assistant and member of the Standing Committee of CPC CSUT Committee since 1998, secretary of CPC Branch of the Graduate School and director of Discipline Construction Office since 2000, vice-dean of the Graduate School since 2001, president's assistant since 2002, Minister of Organization Department & vice-secretary of CPC CSUT Committee since 2005, and secretary of CPC China Pharmaceutical University Committee since 2011.

Professor Xu has long been engaged in the research of condensed matter physics and nano-biomaterials. His current field of study is electronic transport in DNA molecules and mesoporous silica nano-materials. He has been chiefly responsible for more than 10 national 863 as well as military defense research projects; he holds 8 authorized patents; he has published in academic journals more than 100 papers, including more than 80 in SCI-indexed journals. His project of Discipline-Oriented Teaching Reform for Undergraduates in Research-Based Universities won him the Second Prize of the National Teaching Achievement Award.