Qiu Guanzhou , Academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering
Qiu Guanzhou, a CPC member, male, Han nationality, was born in Meizhou City, Guangdong Province in 1949. In September 1987, he obtained his Doctoral Degree in Mineral Processing Engineering at the former Central South University of Technology, and became the first PhD in the major educated by China itself.
Professor Qiu Guanzhou, a famous mineral engineering scientist, is a professor and doctoral supervisor of Central South University. Previously he acted as vice president of the former Central South University of Technology, vice president of Central South University. In December 2011, he was elected as Academician of Chinese Academy of Engineering.
Professor Qiu has been committed to resource processing and utilization of low-grade, complex refractory metal mineral for a long time, and achieved remarkable results in the flotation separation of fine and sulfide minerals and the direct reduction of iron ore, particularly in the biological metallurgy of low-grade sulfide ore, and was awarded as the National Science and Technology Expert with Outstanding Contributions. He has published more than 97 scientific papers and 5 monographs, and won 2 second awards of the National Technology Invention Award, one second award of National Science and Technology Progress Award, one first award of National Science and Technology Progress Award, 2 awards of Ten Major Scientific and Technological Progress of China’s Colleges and Universities; In 2003, he held the post of academic leader of Innovation Group of the National Natural Science Foundation, and served as principle scientist in biological metallurgy field at the National 973 Program in 2004 and 2009. He was appointed as chairman of the 19th International Conference of Biological Metallurgy, and was elected as vice president of International Biological Metallurgy Association in 2011.