Lang Qin, Ph.D.

Dr. Lang Qin is a highly motivated scientist whose passion for science has taken her on a multidisciplinary journey from chemistry (B.Sc.), physics (Ph.D.), and materials science (Postdoc) to chemical engineering (Research Scientist). With her extensive research experience in nanotechnology, physical chemistry, magnetism, complex ceramics, and energy materials, Dr. Qin has authored over 35 peer-reviewed journal articles and presented at more than 20 international conferences. Dr. Qin’s achievements have been recognized through various awards and honors, including being a Lindau Nobel Meeting alumni and receiving research excellence awards from the American Institute of Chemists and the New York Academy of Sciences. Her contributions to the field of energy materials have been acknowledged through her role as a chief editor of Clean Energy Materials, as a reviewer for more than 20 peer-reviewed journals, and as a symposium organizer and chairperson for the Energy & Fuel Division of the American Chemical Society. In addition to her research and editorial contributions, Dr. Qin is a passionate educator and has served as a lecturer at The Ohio State University and an instructor at the Institute of Physics (UK). Dr. Qin has extensive experience with grant applications from government and private funding agencies. At EGC, Dr. Qin brings her interdisciplinary vision to help researchers and scientists to advance science and nurture great ideas. Outside of her work, Dr. Qin enjoys baking for her family, reading, dancing ballet, and collecting seashells and fossils.

  • Medical Devices
  • Chemistry
  • Engineering
  • Energy and Environment
  • Education
  • Scientific Consultant, Eva Garland Consulting
  • Lecturer, The Ohio State University
  • Research Associate 1- Engineer, The Ohio State University
  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow, The Ohio State University
  • B.S. in Chemistry from Peking University
  • Ph.D. in Physics from Salford University