Dr. Lianhong Gu is a Distinguished Scientist and Task Leader in the Environmental Sciences Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA. Dr. Gu has a B.S. in Physics from Jiangsu Normal University (formerly Xuzhou Normal University), M.S. in Ecology from Chinese Academy of Sciences, and PhD in Environmental Science from University of Virginia. Dr. Gu is an expert in eddy covariance, sun-induced chlorophyll fluorescence, and photosynthesis.
2015 Distinguished Researcher of the Year, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
2012 World Meteorological Organization Norbert-Gerbier Mumm Award
2004 United States Presidential Early Career Award Nominee
2004 The Stanley I. Auerbach Award for Excellence In Environmental Sciences, Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
2004 World Meteorological Organization Norbert-Gerbier Mumm Award
2004 Outstanding Early Career Award Finalist, UT-Battelle
1997 Outstanding Graduate Student in Ecology, Department of Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia
1997 DuPont Fellowship, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, University of Virginia
1997 Natural Science Award, Chinese Academy of Sciences
1996 Dean’s Reserve Fellowship, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, University of Virginia
Trademarks and Patents
System and method for measuring sun-induced chlorophyll fluorescence, US patent pending (Application number 15638473).