Assoc Prof Dr. Shuaicheng Jiang | Engineering | Best Researcher Award

Beijing Forestry University | China

Author Profile



Early Academic Pursuits

Dr. Shuaicheng Jiang began his academic journey with a Master of Science in Forestry Engineering from Central South University of Forestry and Technology, completed between 2016 and 2018. He further advanced his education by pursuing a Ph.D. in Wood Science and Technology at Nanjing Forestry University from 2020 to 2023. His doctoral research laid a strong foundation for his future contributions to the field of forestry engineering.

Professional Endeavors

Dr. Jiang's professional career commenced with a research assistant position at Henan Agricultural University from August 2018 to August 2019. Here, he focused on the high-value utilization of forest biomass and the development of biomimetic low-carbon building materials. Subsequently, he served as a research assistant at Nanjing Forestry University from August 2019 to August 2020, where his work on functional bio-based composite materials and high-performance bio-adhesives significantly advanced his expertise. Currently, Dr. Jiang is an Associate Professor at Beijing Forestry University. His postdoctoral research (2024-2026) at the same institution continues to push the boundaries of forestry engineering.

Contributions and Research Focus

Dr. Jiang's research interests are diverse, encompassing adhesives and multifunctional films. His innovative work includes constructing networks in adhesive layers and modifying interfaces with bonded objects. Notably, in a groundbreaking study published in Nano Letters (2021), Dr. Jiang used boron nitride nanosheets to enhance and toughen soy protein isolate-based composite films. This innovative approach not only improved the film's mechanical properties but also significantly enhanced its thermal conductivity. He has also submitted a paper to Advanced Materials, highlighting the design of self-healing, high fatigue-resistant, and multifunctional nanocomposite materials utilizing sustainable bioresources. These materials exhibit excellent ultralow temperature toughness, showcasing his commitment to sustainable and high-performance materials.

Accolades and Recognition

Dr. Jiang's contributions to forestry engineering have been recognized through various channels. He has completed five significant research projects, published 26 journal articles in SCI and Scopus indexed journals, and has four patents either published or under process. His work has a citation index of 15, reflecting the impact of his research in the scientific community.

Impact and Influence

Dr. Jiang's research has had a profound impact on the development and application of advanced materials in forestry engineering. His innovative approaches to creating high-performance bio-adhesives and functional bio-based composite materials have improved production efficiency and economic benefits in the industry. He actively collaborates with enterprises, universities, and research institutions to ensure the rapid transformation and application of scientific and technological achievements.

Legacy and Future Contributions

Dr. Jiang's legacy lies in his significant contributions to the advancement of forestry engineering. His ongoing research on adhesives and multifunctional films is expected to continue yielding transformative results. Dr. Jiang is dedicated to promoting scientific and technological innovations that enhance the efficiency and sustainability of forestry and related industries. His work not only addresses current challenges but also paves the way for future advancements in the field.


Notable Publications

From waste to strength: Tailor-made enzyme activation design transformation of denatured soy meal into high-performance all-biomass adhesive 2024

Construction of a boron nitride nanosheet hybrid for tough, strong, and flame-retardant phenolic resins 2023 (9)

Scalable Manufacturing of Environmentally Stable All-Solid-State Plant Protein-Based Supercapacitors with Optimal Balance of Capacitive Performance and Mechanically Robust 2023 (3)

A soy protein-based adhesive with improved mechanical and electromagnetic shielding properties by employment of core@double-shell BT@PDA@PANI fillers 2023 (14)

Nacre-inspired high-performance multifunctional plant protein adhesive through vitrimer networks 2023 (6)





Shuaicheng Jiang | Engineering | Best Researcher Award