Guoqiang Yang, Bachelor of Science, Peking University, 1985, Ph.D., Institute of Photographic Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 1991. He has been engaged in postdoctoral research at Kyoto University in Japan and the University of Illinois in the United States, and was selected by the "100 Person Program" of the Academy of Sciences. He is currently the deputy director of the Institute of Chemistry of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, a researcher, a doctoral tutor, and the director of the Key Laboratory of Photochemistry. Research work on molecular design, material synthesis, performance and mechanism of organic photofunctional compounds and materials, including the influence of molecular structure on luminescent properties and nonlinear optical properties, photochemical fluorescent probes, advanced photoresist materials, etc. Completed and undertaken a number of key projects of the Fund Committee, 863 projects, national major science and technology special projects, 973 project topics, innovative projects and topics of the Academy of Sciences, and fund committee general projects. Published more than 170 research papers in Angew.Chem.Int.Ed., JACS, J.Phys.Chem., Macromolecules, Inorg.Chem. And other important domestic and foreign journals, applied for 12 Chinese invention patents, international PCT 1 patent.