Zhang Fenfen

Job Title: 
Associate Professor
Research Interests: 
Application of High field NMR and in situ microprobe analytical technique in Marine Science
Email: 
ffzhang@sklec.ecnu.edu.cn
Telephone: 
021-62232572
Address: 
Zhongshan N. Road 3663,Shanghai 200062, China
Education Experience: 
Ph.D., East China Normal University (2005)
Associate Prof., East China Normal University (2011-)
Visiting Scholar, HelmholtzZentrum München - German Research Center for Environmental Health(2006,2009,2010-2011)
Work Experience: 
Assistant professor, SKLEC, ECNU (2005-2011)
Associate professor, SKLEC, ECNU (2011.12- )
Visiting Scholar, HelmholtzZentrum München - German Research Center for Environmental Health(2006,2009,2010-2011)
Projects: 
Managed Projects: 1. Seasonal and spatial variations on dissolved organic matter composition in eutrophic lakes and its environmental implication, NSFC No.41373119 (2014-2017) 2. Structural components and molecular transformation of dissolved organic matter in Changjiang esturary/east China sea, NSFC No.40906041 (2010-2012) 3. Environmental geochemistry records in black corals of south China sea and global change, ECNU No.78210240; 78260018 (2013-2014)
Paper: 
Selected Publications 1. Fenfen Zhang, Mourad Harir, Franco Moritz, Jing Zhang, Michael Witting, Ying Wu, Philippe Schmitt-Kopplin, Agnes Fekete, Andras Gaspar, Norbert Hertkorn. Molecular and structural characterization of dissolved organic matter during and post cyanobacterial bloom in Taihu by combination of NMR spectroscopy and FTICR mass spectrometry. Water Research, 57 (2014) 280-294 2. Fenfen Zhang, Weiying Cai, Jichun Zhu, Zhenrong Sun, Jing Zhang. In situ Raman spectral mapping study on the microscale fibers in blue coral (Heliopora coerulea) skeletons. Analytical Chemistry, 83 (2011) 7870-7875. 3. Fenfen Zhang, Weiying Cai, Zhenrong Sun, Jing Zhang. Regular variations in organic matrix composition of small yellow croaker (Pseudociaena polyactis) otolith: an in-situ Raman microspectroscopy and mapping study. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 390 (2008) 777-782.