Zhao Jia graduated from the Department of Mathematical Science with a bachelor of science degree at Tsinghua University in 2004. He obtained a doctorate degree in mathematical science at Tsinghua University in 2010. He is now a lecturer in mathematics and applied mathematics at the School of Education, The Open University of China. His research interest is in Algebraic number theory. He is a course leader of Studies on Advanced Algebra, Advanced Mathematics (1).

His research achievements as represented by papers:
[1] Jia Zhao, Xianke Zhang. Coefficients of Ternary Cyclotomic Polynomials. J. Number Theory, 2010, 130(10):2223-2237. (SCI)
[2] Jia Zhao, Lianrong Ma. Some Series of Imaginary Quadratic Fields with Class Numbers Divisible by 3[A]. Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Information and Management Sciences and the First International Conference on Uncertainty Theory[C], 2010. (ISTP)
[3] Jia Zhao, Xianke Zhang. A Proof of the Corrected Beiter Conjecture. arXiv:0910.2770.