In February, 2015, Elsevier issued 2014 Most Cited Chinese Researchers list, browse Elsevier China Science & Technology for details. For our school, Analytical Science Institute Professor Lihua Zhu, Physical Chemistry and Industrial Catalysis Institute Professor Yanlong Gu get rankings in the Environmental Science Field Most Cited Researchers list and Chemical Engineering Field Most Cited Researchers list, respectively. Professor Lihua Zhu is mainly engaged in environmental analytical chemistry and pollution control chemistry. Since 2006, her research group has published more than 110 papers on Environ Sci Technol, Appl Catal B-Environ, Carbon, Anal Chim Acta, etc, with HUST being the first complete unit. There are 6 ESI highly cited papers, including 3 papers cited more than 100 frequency. Surprisingly, her h-index is 28. Professor Yanlong Gu is mainly engaged in ionic liquid, biomass based medium, catalytic material and green synthesis methodology. Since 2009, his research group has published approximate 40 papers on Chem Soc Rev, ChemSusChem, Green Chem, etc, signing HUST the first complete unit, including 3 ESI highly cited papers. “Most Cited Chinese Researchers” refers to first author or corresponding author whose total citing frequency of published papers at the top level among all China (Mainland) researchers in the discipline. In consequence, finalists of the list means the researchers possess high impact and make a large contribute to the development of the field. The list selected 1651 worldwide influential Chinese scientific researchers from 38 subjects such as social science, physics, chemistry, mathematics and economy, of which 33 scholars from our university. The list (2014 Most Cited Chinese Researchers) data acquisition was collected from Elsevier subordinate peer review academic paper index abstract database (Scopus Database), based on system analysis of a large quantity of relevant literatures, authors and research institutions, aiming at perform scientific analysis and evaluation of Chinese scholars’ influence in the world.