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Brief introduction for Prof. Zhangs group

Prof. T. J. Zhang’s team now focuses on three research fields, including ferroelectric and multiferroic materials & devices, solar cell materials, and microwave ceramics & devices. The team consists of eight teachers and twenty-one graduate students, including one professor, five associate-professors and two PhD candidates. The team possesses advanced instruments for material preparation and characterization, such as RF sputtering, Pulse Laser Deposition, ferroelectric parameter instrument, magnetic & electrical property test system, and network analyzer, etc.. Till now, the team has conducted more than forty projects, including ten projects supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China. The team has built a comprehensive relationship of cooperation between universities home and abroad, including Wuhan University, Huazhong University of Science & Technology, University of New South Wales, University of California-Los Angeles, University of California, Berkeley and Hanyang University.


 

undefinedProf. Tianjin Zhang received his Ph.D. degree from Huazhong University of Science & Technology (HUST) and is currently a professor at Hubei University. He is both the vice Chairman of the Ceramic Society and University Research Management Association in Hubei Province. He served as a visiting scientist in the Materials Research Institute of Leeds University in 2005. His recent research spans a range of solid state phenomena, including ferroelectricity, ferromagnetism, multiferroic behavior, microwave ceramics, and photovoltaic materials and devices. Till now, he has lead a large number of research projects at provincial level or above, including six projects supported by the National Natural Science Foundation. He has published more than 150 papers and the total research funds are more than ten million yuan.

Address: Room 4001, Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering, Hubei University.

Email: zhangtj@hubu.edu.cn.

Education Background

1996.9-2000.3 Ph.D. Candidate, majoring in Microelectronics and Solid State Electronics, Department of Electronic Sci. & Tech., Huazhong University of Science & Technology (HUST), received the degree of Ph.D. in March, 2000.

1993.9-1996.6 M.A. Student in Physics Department of HUST, majoring in Material Physics, received the degree of M. A. in June, 1996.

1983.9-1987.6 B.S. Student in Physics Department, Hubei University, majoring in Applied Physics, received the degree of Bachelor of Science in June 1987.

Professional Experience

2015.3-at present Director of the Educational Administration of Hubei University

2004.2-2015.2 Director of the Science and Technology Agency, Hubei University

2005.7-2006.8 Visiting Scholar in the Materials Research Institute of Leeds University (UK)

2003.1-at present Professor, Faculty of Physics an Electronic Technology & Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering, Hubei University

2000.3-2002.12 Associate professor, Faculty of Physics an Electronic Technology, Hubei University

Honors and Awards

(1) National Outstanding Innovation & Business Advisor, 2017

(2) Natural Science Award Second Prize of Hubei Science and Technology Department, 2003

(3) Outstanding Doctor Candidate Scholarship, 1996, 1997, respectively.

(4) Guanghua Scholarship, 1995.

(5) Outstanding Undergraduate Student Scholarship, 1985.

Main Research Projects

(1) Research on property optimization and microstructure control of CTLA microwave ceramics. Support by the National Nature Science Foundation of China. Grant No. 11774083.

(2) Research on spin transport mechanism and storage characteristic of multiferroic tunnel junctions with quantum-well structures, arrays. Support by the National Nature Science Foundation of China. Grant No. 51372074.

(3) Preparation and electrical transport properties of multi-sized composite quntum dots co-sensitized TiO2 nanotube arrays. Support by the National Nature Science Foundation of China. Grant No. 11174071.

(4) Research on the preparation and the electron transport mechanism in ferroelectric tunneling junctions. Support by the National Nature Science Foundation of China. Grant No. 50972040.

(5) Research on the up-conversion efficiency and its light-emitting mechanism in the RE-doped BST films. Support by the National Nature Science Foundation of China. Grant No. 50672022.

(6) Investigation on the interfaces characteristics of compositionally graded ferroelectric thin films for uncooled IR detection arrays. Support by the National Nature Science Foundation of China. Grant No.50372017.

Publications

(1) Ying Liu, Yajun Qi, Peng Zhou, Changxin Guan, Hao Chen, Jinzhao Wang, Zhijun Ma and Tianjin Zhang*, Mechanisms of resistive switching in BiFeO3 thin films modulated by bottom electrode, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 2017, doi.org/10.1088/1361-6463/aa9ae4.

(2) Fanfan Ning, Lin Gan, Shi feng Yuan, Zeming Qi, Juan Jiang, T. J. Zhang*, Correlation between vibrational modes of A-site ions and microwave dielectric properties in (1?x) CaTiO3?x (Li0.5Sm0.5)TiO3 ceramics, J. Alloy. Compd., 2017, 729: 742-748.

(3) Tianjin Zhang, Peng Zhou, Zhijun Ma, Kun Liang, Duofa Wang and Duanming Zhang, Recent progress of renewable energy, smart grid, and nanomaterial (AV Akademikerverlag, 2017), Chapt.5, p.89, ISBN 978-3-330-52058-5.

(4) Zhonghui Yu, Boyuan Yu, Ying Liu, Peng Zhou, Juan Jiang, Kun Liang, Yuxi Lu, Hui Sun, Xiaobing Chen, Zhijun Ma, Tianjin Zhang, Chuanwei Huang, Yajun Qi, Enhancement of multiferroic properties of Aurivillius Bi5Ti3FeO15 ceramics by Co doping, Ceramics International, 2017,43: 14996-15001.

(5) Gan Wang, Juan Jiang, Zhanming Dou, Fanfan Ning, Tian Zhang, T. J. Zhang*, Sintering Behavior and Microwave Dielectric Properties of Li2O-B2O3-SiO2 Doped 0.67CaTiO3-0.33LaAlO3 Ceramics, Key Engineering Materials, 2017,726: 220-224.

(6) Zhanming Dou, Gan Wang, Juan Jiang, Tian Jin Zhang*, Effect of Nd2O3 on the Microwave Dielectric Properties of 0.67CaTiO3-0.33LaAlO3 Ceramics, Key Engneering Materials, 2017,726: 215-219.

(7) Zhangkai He, Jing Li, Duofa Wang, Jinzhao Wang and T. J. Zhang*,Enhanced Photovoltaic Performance of TiO2 Dye-sensitized solar bell based on One-dimensional composite photoanode, Int. J. Electrochem. Sci., 2017, 12: 8918 – 8928.

(8) Peng Zhou, Chao Yang, Junyu Li, Xiangli Liu, Zhiheng Mei, Ang Ye, Kun Liang, Zhijun Ma, Yajun Qi, Xiaofei Yang, and Tianjin Zhang*, Giant magnetoelectric coefficient of Pb(Zr0.52Ti0.48)O3/La0.67Sr0.33MnO3 thin film grown on 0.7Pb(Mg1/3Nb2/3)O3–0.3PbTiO3 single crystal assisted by metglas, Applied Physics Express, 2017, 10: 023201.

(9) Jing Li, Huijie Zhang, Song Wang, Debing Long, Mingkai Li, Yizhong Guo, Zhicheng Zhong, Kaifeng Wu, Duofa Wang and Tianjin Zhang*, Synthesis of all-inorganic CsPb2Br5 perovskite and determination of its muminescence mechanism, RSC Adv., 2017, 7, 54002-54007.

(10) Z J Ma, G Chen, P Zhou, Z H Mei and T J Zhang*, Ferroelectric tunneling under bias voltages, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 2017, 50: 015303.

(11) K. Liang, P. Zhou, Z. J. Ma, Y. J. Qi, Z. H. Mei, T. J. Zhang*, Multiferroic magnetoelectric coupling effect of bilayer La1.2Sr1.8Mn2O7/PbZr0.3Ti0.7O3 complex thin film, Physics Letters A, 2017, 381:1504-1509.

(12) Yizhong Guo, Ying Liu, Yajun Qi, Jinzhao Wang, Kun Liang, TianjinZhang, Microstructure and temperature stability of highly strained tetragonal-like BiFeO3 thin films, Applied Surface Science, 2017, 425: 117-120.

(13) Geng Chen, Zhijun Ma, Peng Zhou, Zhiheng Mei, Kun Liang, and Tianjin Zhang*, Four-state memory based on ferroelectric tunnel junctions with double ferroelectric layers, Phys. Status Solidi A, 2017, 1700048

(14) Peng Zhou, Yajun Qi, Chao Yang, Zhiheng Mei, Ang Ye, Kun Liang, ZhijunMa, Zhengcai Xia, and Tianjin Zhang*, Magnetic anisotropy of epitaxial La2/3Sr1/3MnO3 thin films on SrTiO3 with different orientations, AIP Advances, 2016, 6:125044.

(15) Zhanming Dou, Juan Jiang, GanWang, Fan Zhang, Tianjin Zhang*, Effect of Ga3+ substitution on the microwave dielectric properties of 0.67CaTiO3–0.33LaAlO3 ceramics, Ceramics International, 2016, 42: 6743-6748.

(16) Peng Zhou, Zhiheng Mei, Chao Yang, Yajun Qi, Kun Liang, Zhijun Ma, Tianjin Zhang*, Scaling behavior of dynamic hysteresis in Bi3.15Nd0.85Ti3O12 ceramics, J Mater Sci: Mater Electron, 2016, 27: 7755-7759.

(17) Dou Z, Wang G, Zhang E, Ning F, Zhu Q, Jiang J and Zhang T*, Effect of Al2O3 Nanoparticles Doping on the Microwave Dielectric Properties of CTLA Ceramics, J. Material Sci. Eng., 2016, 5: 1000256

(18) Gan Wang, Juan Jiang, Zhanming Dou, Fan Zhang, Tianjin Zhang*, Sintering behavior and microwave dielectric properties of 0.67CaTiO3–0.33LaAlO3 ceramics modified by B2O3–Li2O–Al2O3 and CeO2, Ceramics International, 2016, 42: 11003-11009.

(19) Duofa Wang, Haizheng Tao, Xiujian Zhao, Tianjin Zhang, and Junbo Han,TiO2/P3HT hybrid solar cell with ef?cient interface modi?cation by organic and inorganic materials: a comparative study,J. Nanosci. Nanotechnol., 2016, 16:797-801.

(20) Zhijun Ma, Peng Zhou, Tianjin Zhang*, Kun Liang, and Paul K Chu, Resonance-enhanced electroresistance-magnetoresistance effects in multiferroic tunnel junctions, Mater. Res. Express, 2015, 2: 046303.

(21) Wang Duofa,Tao Haizheng, Zhao Xiujian, Ji Meiyan, and Zhang Tianjin, Enhanced photovoltaic performance in TiO2/P3HT hybrid solar cell by interface modification, J.Semicond. 2015,36: 023006.

(22) Jinzhao Wang, Dongfang Ni, Tianjin Zhang*, Duofa Wang, Kun Liang, Applied Physics A, 2015, 120: 1635–1642.

(23) Jinzhao Wang, Dongfang Ni, Tianjin Zhang*, Duofa Wang, Kun Liang, J. Mater. Sci.: Mater. in Electron, 2015, 26: 8035–8039.

(24) Zhijun Ma, Tianjin Zhang*, Kun Liang, Yajun Qi, Duofa Wang, Jinzhao Wang, and Juan Jiang, Ferroelectric tunnel junctions with multi-quantum well structures, Appl. Phys. Lett., 2014, 104: 222904.

(25) Z. J. Ma, T. J. Zhang*, R. K. Pan, M. G. Duan, M. He, Optimal dielectric thickness for ferroelectric tunnel junctions with a composite barrier, J. Appl. Phys. 2012, 111, 074311–074314.

(26) R. K. Pan, T.J. Zhang*, J.Y. Wang, J.Z. Wang, D.F. Wang, M.G. Duan, Mechanisms of current conduction in Pt/BaTiO3/Pt resistive switching cell, Thin Solid Films, 2012, 520(11): 4016–4020.

(27) R.K. Pan, T. J. Zhang*, J.Z. Wang, Z.J. Ma, J.Y. Wang, D.F. Wang, Rectifying Behavior and Transport Mechanisms of Currents in Pt/BaTiO3/Nb:SrTiO3 Structure, J. Alloy. Compd., 2012, 519:140–143.

(28) Wang Jingyang, Zhang Tianjin*, Wang Duofa, Pan Ruikun, Wang Qingqing, Xia Hanming, Influence of CdSe quantum dot interlayer on the performance of polymer/TiO2 nanorod arrays hybrid solar cell , Chemical Physics Letters, 2012, 541:105-109

(29) Wang Jingyang, Zhang Tianjin*, Wang Qingqing, Wang Duofa, Pan Ruikun, Xia Hanming, Composite semiconductor quantum dots CdSe/CdS co-sensitized TiO2 nanorod array solar cells , Journal of Wuhan University of Technology-Mater. Sci. Ed., 2012, 27:876-880

(30) Ma Zhijun, Zhang Tianjin*, Pan Ruikun, Liang Kun, Wang Duofa, Wang Jingang, Wang Jinzhao, Jiang Juan, Qi Yajun, Chu Huifang, Tunneling electroresistance effect in Pt/MgO/Pt/PbTiO3/Pt ferroelectric tunnel junctions. Appl. Phys. Lett., 2012, 101: 022906.

(31) Jingyang Wang, Tianjin Zhang*, Ruikun Pan, Zhijun Ma, Jinzhao Wang, Spectroscopic and photoluminescence properties of Ho3+–doped Ba0.65Sr0.35TiO3 nanocrystals, Physica B, 2012, 407:160–164.

(32) Jingyang Wang, Tianjin Zhang*, Ruikun Pan, Zhijun Ma, Jinzhao Wang, Influence of Tm-doping on microstructure and luminescence behavior of barium strontium titanate thick films, Appl. Surf. Sci., 2012, 258 (7): 3283–3288.

(33) T. J. Zhang*, R. K. Pan, Z. J. Ma, M. G. Duan, D. F. Wang, M. He, Large rectifying leakage current in Pt/BaTiO3/Nb:SrTiO3/Pt structure, Appl. Phys. Lett. 2011, 99: 182106.

(34) Zhijun Ma, Tianjin Zhang*, Jingyang Wang, Electrical properties and extension mechanism of Ohmic region of sol–gel derived Ba0.7Sr0.3TiO3 thin films by Zn doping, J Mater. Sci.: Mater Electron, 2011, 22: 862-865.

(35) Zhijun Ma, Tianjin Zhang*, Miao He, Ruikun Pan, Kai Fu, Jingyang Wang, Crystallization and electrical properties of Ba0.7Sr0.3TiO3 thin films on SrRuO3/Pt hybrid bottom electrode, J Mater. Sci.: Mater. Electron, 2011, 22:35-39.

(36) Tianjin Zhang*, He Huang, Ren Chen, Wet Chemical Etching Process of BST Thin Films for Pyroelectric Infrared Detectors, Ferroelectrics, 2011, 410: 137-144.

(37) Jinzhao Wang, Tianjin Zhang*, Runkun Pan, Juan Jiang, Zhijun Ma, Chao Xiang, Investigation on the dielectric properties of (Ba, Sr)TiO3 thin films on hybrid electrodes, Materials Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 121: 28-31.

(38) Tianjin Zhang*, Xiaobin Zhai, Fen Zhan, Ruikun Pan, Juan Jiang, Effects of Calcining and Sintering Temperatures on the Pyroelectric Properties of Ba0.8Sr0.2TiO3 Ceramics, Ferroelectrics, 2010, 402:206-213.

(39) Tianjin Zhang*, Lin Yu, Jingyang Wang, Jiqing Wu, Microstructure and upconversion luminescence of Yb3+ and Ho3+ co-doped BST thick films, J Mater Sci, 2010, 45:6819-6823.

(40) Jun Wang, Tianjin Zhang*, Junhuai Xiang, Wenkui Li, Shuwang Duo, Mingshen Li,Studies of BaTiO3 thin films on different bottom electrode,J Mater Sci: Mater Electron, 2009, 20: 44-48.

(41) Tianjin Zhang*, Animesh Jha, Shaoxiong Shen, Jun Wang, Ruikun Pan, Juan Jiang, Baishun Zhang, Lattice strain dependent optical transitions in Ho3+-ion doped barium strontium titanate thin films, J Mater Sci: Mater Electron, 2009, 20:s190-s194.

(42) Jinzhao Wang, Tianjin Zhang*, Baishun Zhang, Juan Jiang, Ruikun Pan, Zhijun Ma, Interfacial characteristic of (Ba, Sr)TiO3 thin films deposited on different bottom electrodes, J Mater Sci: Mater Electron, 2009, 20: 1208-1213.

(43) D.F. Wang, Tianjin Zhang*, Study on the defects of ZnO nanowire, Solid State Communications, 2009,149:1947-1949.

(44) Tian-Jin Zhang*, Neng Wan, Baishun Zhang, et al., The effects of the LaNiO3 interlayer in the preferential orientation and the dielectrical properties of BaxSr1?xTiO3 thin films. J Electroceram. 2008, 21:170–173.

(45) T. J. Zhang*, S. Z. Li , B. S. Zhang, et al., Optical properties of RF-sputtered Ba0.65Sr0.35TiO3 thin films, J Electroceram. 2008, 21:174–177.

(46) J. Jiang, T. J. Zhang*, B. S. Zhang, et al., Complex impedance analysis of Ba0.65Sr0.35TiO3 ceramics, J. Electroceram. 2008, 21:258–262.

(47) Jun Wang, Tianjin Zhang*, Junhuai Xiang, et al., High-tunability and low-leakage current of the polycrystalline compositionally graded (Ba,Sr)TiO3 thin films derived by a sol–gel process, Mater Chem Phys, 2008, 108 (2-3): 445-448.

(48) Songzhan Li, Yanqin Yang, Tianjin Zhang*, et al., Influence of deposition parameters on preferred orientation of RF magnetron sputtered BST thin films, J Mater Sci: Mater Electron, 2008, 19: 223–226.

(49) Jun Wang, Tianjin Zhang*, Neng Wan, et al., Microstructure, dielectric and photoluminescence properties of Tm-doped Ba0.8Sr0.2TiO3 thin films fabricated by sol-gel method. J Mater Sci: Mater Electron, 2008, 19:1184-1190.

(50) Tianjin Zhang*, Jinzhao Wang, Baishun Zhang, et al., Bottom electrodes dependence of microstructures and dielectric properties of compositionally graded (Ba1?xSrx)TiO3 thin films, Mater Res Bull, 2008, 43: 700-706.

(51) Zuci Quan, Baishun Zhang, Tian-Jin Zhang*, et al., Interfacial characteristics and dielectric properties of Ba0.65Sr0.35TiO3 thin films, Thin Solid Films, 2008, 516: 999 -1005

(52) Jun Wang, Tian-Jin Zhang*, Neng Wan, et al., Microstructure, dielectric and photoluminescence properties of Tm-doped Ba0.8Sr0.2TiO3 thin films fabricated by sol-gel method, J Mater Sci: Mater Electron, 2008,19:1184–1190.

(53) Tian-Jin Zhang*, Jun Wang, Juan Jiang, et al., Microstructure and photo-luminescence properties of Ho-doped (Ba,Sr)TiO3 thin films, Thin Solid Films, 2007, 515:7721-7725.

(54) Tian-Jin Zhang*, S.Z. Li, B.S. Zhang, et al., Optical properties of RF magnetron sputtered Ba0.65Sr0.35TiO3 thin films, Cerami. Inter., 2007, 33: 723-726.

(55) Tian-Jin Zhang*, S.Z. Li, B.S. Zhang, et al., Effect of Deposition Parameters on Crystallization of RF Magnetron Sputtered BST Thin Films, Key Eng. Mater., 2007, 336-338: 79-82.

(56) Baishun Zhang, Zuci Quan, Tian-Jin Zhang*, et al., Effect of oxygen gas and annealing treatment for magnetically enhanced reactive ion etched (Ba0.65,Sr0.35) TiO3 thin films, J Appl. Phys., 2007, 101(1): 014107.

(57) Zuci Quan, Baishun Zhang, Tian-Jin Zhang*, et al., Etching characteristics and plasma-induced damage of Ba0.65Sr0.35TiO3 thin films etched in CF4/Ar/O2 plasma. Microelectronic Eng., 2007, (84): 631-637.

(58) Tian-Jin Zhang*, Jinzhao Wang, Baishun Zhang, et al., The influence of YSZ interlayer on microstructures and dielectric properties of BST thin films prepared by RF magnetron sputtering, J Mater Sci: Mater Electron, 2007, 18: 877–882.

(59) Tian-Jin Zhang*, Jun Wang, Baishun Zhang, et al., The effect of Ho doping on the microstructure and optical properties of Ba0.65Sr0.35TiO3 thin films. Microelectron Eng. 2006, 83: 2446-2451.

(60) Tian-Jin Zhang*, WANG Jun, ZHANG Bai-shun, et al., Preparation and dielectric properties of compositionally graded (Ba,Sr)TiO3 thin film by sol-gel technique, Trans. Nonferrous Met. SOC. China, 2006, 16: l19-l22.

(61) Baishun Zhang, Tao Guo, Tian-Jin Zhang*, et al., Effect of substrate temperature on microstructures and dielectric properties of compositionally graded BST thin films, Trans. Nonferrous Met. SOC. China, 2006, 16: 126-29.

undefinedDuofa Wang

Associate Professor

School of Materials Science and Engineering,

Hubei University, Wuhan 430062, China

Email: duofawang@hotmail.com

Dr. Wang received his B.S. from the Department of Physics, Hubei University in 2002 and Ph.D. from the Department of Physics, Wuhan University in 2008. Upon completion of his PhD degree, he joined Hubei University and became an Associate professor in 2013. Besides, he worked as a post-doctoral fellow at Hanyang University in 2009 and has been a visiting professor at Emory University in 2014.

His research interests include nanomaterials, photovoltaic materials and device, light emission materials, photodetector. His current research mainly focus on the perovskite materials, including hybrid and all-inorganic, and its application in solar cell and photoelectronic detector.

Education and Research Background

2003.9—2008.6 M.S.-Ph.D. in Materials Physics and Chemistry

Wuhan University, China.

1998.9—2002.6 B.S. in Electronic Science and Technology

Hubei University, Wuhan, China.

2009.10—2010.3 Postdoctor, Hanyang University, Korea

2014.10—2015.3 Visiting Scholar, Emory University, USA

Publications

1. D. F. Wang, J. M. Kim , M. S. Seo, V. T. T. Thuy, Y. J. Yoo , Y. P. Lee*, and J. Y. Rhee, “Magnetoresistance in ZnO induced by spin-splitting and weak localization” Materials Chemistry and Physics 134, 74, 2012.

2. D. F. Wang, Y. Ying, V. T. T. Thuy, J. M. Kim, M. S. Seo, F. Gao, T. J. Zhang, K.W. Kim, Y. P. Lee*, “Temperature-dependent magnetoresistance of ZnO thin film”, Thin Solid Films 520, 529, 2011.

3. Wang D. F.; Kim J. M.; V. T. T. Thuy and Y. P. Lee*, “dMagnetism in ZnO Thin Film Manifested by the Magnetoresitance”0 , Journal of the Korean Physical Society 58, 1304, 2011.

4. DuoFa Wang, JeongMyong Kim, Vu Tran Thanh Thuy, Min Su Seo and YoungPak Lee, “Magnetic and Optical Properties of Zn0.96Mn0.04O/ZnO Nanocables” Journal of the Korean Physical Society 58 , 977, 2011.

1. D. F. Wang, S. Y. Park, and Y. P. Lee, “Epitaxial ZnMnO/ZnO coaxial nanocable” Crystal growth & design 9 (2009) 2124.

2. D. F. Wang, S. Y. Park, Y. S. Lee, Y. P. Lee, J. C. Li, and C. Liu, “Synthesis and room-temperature ferromagnetism of Zn0.96Mn0.04O/ZnO coaxial nanocalbe and Zn0.96Mn0.04O film”, Journal of Applied Physics 103 (2008) 07D126.

3. D. F. Wang and T. J. Zhang, “Study on the defects of ZnO nanowire” Solid state communications 149 (2009) 1947.

4. D. F. Wang, L. Liao, H. B. Lu, J.C. Li, Y. Wu, Y. Tian, and Y. P. Lee, “Synthesis of ZnO nanowires and Optical properties of as-grown and hydrogen ions implanted ZnO nanowires”, Materials Research Bulletin. 44 (2009) 41.

5. D. F. Wang, S. Y. Park, H. W. Lee, Y. S. Lee, V. D. Lam, and Y. P. Lee, “Room-temperature ferromagnetism of ZnO/Zn0.96Mn0.04O core-shell nanowimble”, Physical Status Solid (a) 204 (2007) 4029.

6. D. F. Wang, S. Y. Park, and Y. P. Lee, “Effect of annealing on electron field emission properties of ZnO nanowires”, Journal of the Korean Physical Society 53 (2008) 2710.

7. D. F. Wang, S. Y. Park, and Y. P. Lee, “Magnetic properties of Mn-doped ZnO nanorod”, Journal of the Korean Physical Society 53 (2008) 2257.

8. WANG Duo-Fa, LIAO Lei, LI Jin-Chai, FU Qiang, PENG Ming-Zeng, and ZHOU Jun-Ming, “Synthesis and optical properties of ZnO nanostructures”, Chinese Physics Letters 22 (2005) 2084.

9.D. F. Wang, J. M. Kim, V. T. T. Thuy, M. S. Seo, and Y. P. Lee, “d0 magnetism in ZnO thin filmmanifested by the magnetoresitance”, Journal of the Korean Physical Society 58 (2011) 1304.

10.D. F. Wang, J. M. Kim, V. T. T. Thuy, M. S. Seo, and Y. P. Lee, “Magnetic and Optical Properties of Zn0.96Mn0.04O/ZnO Nanocable”, Journal of the Korean Physical Society 58 (2011) 977.

11.D. F. Wang, J. M. Kim, and Y. P. Lee, “Temperature dependent magneto resistance in ZnO thin film” .

12. Hongbing Lu, Liao Liao, Jinchai Li, Duofa Wang, Hui He, Qiang Fu, Lei Xu, and Yu Tian, “High surface-to-volume ratio ZnO nanoberets: low temperature synthesis, characterization and photoluminescence”, Journal of Physical Chemistry B 110 (2006) 23211..

13. L. Liao, J. C. Li, D. H. Liu,C Liu, D. F. Wang, W. Z. Song, and Q. Fu, “Self-assembly of aligned ZnO nanoscrews: Growth, configuration and field emission”, Applied Physics Letters, 86 (2005): 083106.

14. L. Liao, J. C. Li, D. F. Wang, C Liu, C. S. Liu, Q. Fu, and L. X. Fan, “Field emission properties improvement of ZnO nanowires coated with amorphous carbon and carbon nitride films”, Nanotechnology 16 (2005) 985.

15. L. Liao, J. C. Li, D. F. Wang, C Liu, M. Z. Peng, and J. M. Zhou, “Size dependence of Curie temperature in Co+ ion implanted ZnO nanowires” Nanotechnology 16 (2005) 985.

16. L. Liao, H. B. Lu, J. C. Li, D. F. Wang, C. Liu, and D. J. Fu, “Investigation of the temperature dependence of field emission of ZnO nanorods” Nanotechnology 18 (2007) 225703.

17. H. B. Lu, L. Liao, H. Li, Y. Tian, J. C. Li, D. F. Wang, and B. P. Zhu “Zn-Assisted Synthesis and Photoluminescence Properties of MgO Nanotubes” Journal of Physical Chemistry C 111(2007) 10273.

18. L. Liao, H. B. Lu, J. C. Li, H. He, D. F. Wang, D. J. Fu, and C. Liu, “Size dependence of gas sensitivity of ZnO nanorods” Journal of Physical Chemistry C 111 (2007) 1900.

19.Hong-Bing Lu, Lei Liao, Hua Li, Duo-Fa Wang, Yu Tian, Jin-Chai Li, Qiang Fu, Ben-Peng Zhu, and Yun Wu, “Hollow MgO Nanotube Arrays by Using ZnO Nanorods as Templates”, Eurpean Journal of Inorganic Chemeistry. 17(2008)2727.

20. Yu Tian, Hongbing Lu, Duofa Wang, Jinchai Li, Minshuai,and Qiang Fu, “Synthesis of ZnO hollow spherical structure via precursor template and formation mechanism”, Journal of the Physical Society of Japan. 77(2008)074603.

21. H. B. Lu, L. Liao, H. Li, Y. Tian, D. F. Wang, J. C. Li, Q. Fu, B. P. Zhu, Y. Wu, “Fabrication of CdO nanotubes via simple thermal evaporation”, Materials Letters, 62(2008)3928.

22. L. Liao, J. C. Li, D. F. Wang, C. Liu, Q. Fu, “Electron field emission studies on ZnO nanowires” Materials Letters 59 (2005) 2465.

23. Hong-Bing Lu, Lei Liao, Hua Li, Yu Tian, Duo-FaWang, Jin-Chai Li , Ben-PengZhu, Yun Wu, “MgO nanobelts using a reactive and auto-removed ZnO nanobelt template”, Solid State Communications. 147 (2008) 57.

24. H. B. Lu, L. Liao, H. Li, D. F. Wang, J. C. Li, Q. Fu, B. P. Zhu and Y. Wu, “Well-aligned ZnO microprism arrays with umbrella-like tips: Low-temperature preparation, structure and UV photoluminescence improvement”, Physica E, 40(2008)2931. Impact factor: 1.230.

25. V. D. Lam, J. B. Kim, S. J. Lee, D. F. Wang, and Y. P. Lee, “Experimental observation of the electric coupling effect in split ring resonators and the prevention” Physical Status Solid (a) 204 (2007) 3975.

Yajun Qi

Associate Professor, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Hubei University,

368, Youyi Avenue, Wuhan, China 430062

Phone: +86-155 2790 8261

Email: yajun_qi@hotmai.com and yjqi@hubu.edu.cn

undefinedHe received his PhD degree in Materials Science 2009 from Hubei University. Then he joined Prof. Lang Chen’s group as a Research Fellow at Nanyang Technological University (NTU, Singapore) (2010-2012). After that he came back to School of Materials Science and Engineering, Hubei University as an Assistant Professor. In 2014, he was promoted to Associate Professor and awarded as the distinguished professor of Chutian Scholars programme for young professors. And in 2016-2017, he visited National Center for Electron Microscopy, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and Department of Materials Science and Materials, University of California, Berkeley as a Visiting Scholar.

His research interests are focus on the ferroelectric and multiferroic epitaxial thin films growth, characterization and related properties. He is good at the observation of the materials microstructure by using TEM, especially the ferroelectric domain structure and their switching dynamic using dark-field and in-situ TEM technique.

EDUCATION

June 2009: Ph. D in Materials Science, Hubei University. Advisor: Prof. Chaojing Lu

June 2003: B. Sc in Physics, Hubei University.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

2016-2017, Visiting Scholar in National Center for Electron Microscopy, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and Department of Materials Science and Materials, University of California, Berkeley, advised by Prof. Lane Martin.

2012-present, Lecturer and Associate Prof. in Hubei University:

u Ferroelectric and multiferroic epitaxial thin films growth and characterization.

u Domain switching and flexoelectric effects in BiFeO3 epitaxial thin films by using Transmission Electron Microscopy related technique.

2010-2012, Research Fellow in Nanyang Technological University, advised by Prof. Lang Chen:

u Microstructure of epitaxial BiFeO3 thin films on highly misfit strain single crystals substrates by Transmission Electron Microscopy.

2006-2009, Hubei University, advised by Prof. Chaojing Lu:

u Synthesis and catalytic activities of bismuth ferrites (BiFeO3 and Bi2Fe4O9) nanostructures.

u Improved ferroelectric and leakage properties in sol-gel derived BiFeO3/Bi3.15Nd0.85Ti3O12 bi-layers deposited on Pt/Ti/SiO2/Si.

2003-2005, Hubei University, advised by Prof. Chaojing Lu:

u Ferroelectric and dielectric properties of Ca0.28Ba0.72Nb2O6 single crystals of tungsten bronzes structure.

u The incommensurate modulation structures and ferroelectric domain structures in Ca0.28Ba0.72Nb2O6 single crystals.

u Microstructural, ferroelectric, and dielectric properties of Bi3.15Nd0.85Ti3O12 ceramics.

LIST of PUBLICATIONS

1. Zhonghui Yu, Boyuan Yu, Ying Liu, Peng Zhou, Juan Jiang, Kun Liang, Yuxi Lu, Hui Sun, Xiao Bing Chen, Zhijun Ma, Tianjin Zhang, Chuanwei Huang, Yajun Qi*, Enhancement of multiferroic properties of Aurivillius Bi5Ti3FeO15 ceramics by Co doping, Ceramics International 43, 14996 (2017).

2. YizhongGuo, YingLiu, YajunQi*, JinzhaoWang, KunLiang, TianjinZhang, Microstructure and temperature stability of highly strained tetragonal-like BiFeO3 thin films, Applied Surface Science, 425, 117 (2017).

3. Y. J. Qi*, Z. K. Liu, C. J. Lu, T. J. Zhang, Efficient Degradation of Rhodamine B by a Fenton-Like Reaction Using BiFeO3 Nanocubes as Catalysts, Science of Advanced Materials 9 (3-4), 501-506 (2017).

4. P. Zhou, C. Yang, J. Y. Li, X. L. Liu, Z. H. Mei, A. Ye, K. Liang, Z. J. Ma, Y. J. Qi*, X. F. Yang, T. J. Zhang, Giant magnetoelectric coefficient of Pb (Zr0.52Ti0.48) O3/La0.67Sr0.33MnO3 thin film grown on 0.7Pb (Mg1/3Nb2/3)O3–0.3PbTiO3 single crystal assisted by metglas, Applied Physics Express 10 (2), 023201 (2017).

5. P. Zhou, Y. J. Qi, C. Yang, Z. H. Mei, A. Ye, K. Liang, Z. J. Ma, Z. C. Xia, T. J. Zhang, Magnetic anisotropy of epitaxial La2/3Sr1/3MnO3 thin films on SrTiO3 with different orientations, AIP Advances 6 (12), 125044 (2016).

6. Zuhuang Chen, Xi Wang, Yajun Qi, Sui Yang, Julio A. N. T. Soares, Brent A. Apgar, Ran Gao, Ruijuan Xu, Yeonbae Lee, Xiang Zhang, Jie Yao, and Lane W. Martin, Self-Assembled, Nanostructured, Tunable Metamaterials via Spinodal Decomposition, ACS Nano, 10 (11), 10237–10244 (Nov. 2016).

7. P. Zhou, Z. H. Mei, C. Yang, Y. J. Qi*, K. Liang, Z. J. Ma, T. J. Zhang, Scaling behavior of dynamic hysteresis in Bi3. 15Nd0. 85Ti3O12 ceramics, J. Mater Sci: Mater Electron 8 (27), 7755-7759 (2016).

8. Le Wang, Sheng Ju, Lu You, Yajun Qi, Yu-wei Guo, Peng Ren, Yang Zhou, Junling Wang, Competition between strain and dimensionality effects in NdNiO3films, accepted by Sci. Report 5, 18707 (Dec. 2015).

9. Zuhuang Chen, Jian Liu, Yajun Qi, Deyang Chen, Shang-Lin Hsu, Anoop R. Damodaran, Xiaoqing He, Alpha T. N’Diaye, Angus Rockett, and Lane W. Martin, 180° ferroelectric stripe nanodomains in BiFeO3 thin films, Nano Lett. 15, 6506 (Aug. 2015).

10. Hongyan Qi, Yajun Qi*, Ming Xiao, Leakage mechanisms in rare-earth (La, Nd) doped Bi4Ti3O12 ferroelectric ceramics, J. Mater Sci: Mater Electron, 25, 1325 (Jan. 2014).

11. Yajun Qi, Zuhuang Chen, Chuanwei Huang, Lihua Wang, Xiaodong Han, Junling Wang, Ping Yang, Thirumany Sritharan, and Lang Chen, Coexistence of ferroelectric vortex domains and charged domain walls in epitaxial BiFeO3 film on (110)O GdScO3 substrate, J. Appl. Phys. 111, 104117 (June 2012).

12. Yajun Qi, Zuhuang Chen, Lihua Wang, Xiaodong Han, Junling Wang, Thirumany Sritharan, and Lang Chen, Temperature-driven evolution of hierarchical nanodomain structure in tetragonal-like BiFeO3 films, Appl. Phys. Lett. 100, 022908 (Jan. 2012). This paper was selected for the January 23, 2012 issue (Volume 25, Issue 4) of Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology.

13. Yajun Qi, Chuanwei Huang, Zuhuang Chen, Zhenlin Luo, Yiqian Wang et al, Nanoscale phase separation in quasi-uniaxial and biaxial strained multiferroic thin films, Appl. Phys. Lett. 99, 132905 (Sep. 2011).

14. Hongyan Qi, Yajun Qi*, Wanneng Ye, and Chaojing Lu, Hydrothermal synthesis and optical properties of single-crystalline Bi3.15Nd0.85Ti3O12 nanoplates of layered-perovskite structure, J. Nanosci. Nanotech. 10, 5350 (Aug. 2010).

15. Zhizheng Wang, Yajun Qi*, Hongyan Qi, Chaojing Lu, and Shimin Wang, Photocatalytic activities of hollow and hierarchical Bi3.15Nd0.85Ti3O12 microspheres synthesized through a hydrothermal process J. Mater. Sci.: Mater. Electron 21, 523 (May 2010).

16. Zhike Liu, Yajun Qi* and Chaojing Lu, High efficient photocatalytic activity of BiFeO3 nanoparticles synthesized by a chemical-coprecipitation process, J. Mater. Sci.: Mater. Electron 21, 380 (Apr. 2010).

17. Kun Liang, Yajun Qi* and Chaojing Lu, Temperature-dependent Raman scattering in ferroelectrics Bi4-xNdxTi3O12 (x = 0, 0.5, 0.85) single crystals, J. Raman Spectrosc. 40, 2088, (Dec. 2009).

HONORS & AWARDS

1. Excellent Master Degree Thesis in Hubei province, 2007.

2. Excellent Graduate Scholarship of Hubei University, 2004-2005 (annual).

3.“Top Ten Student of Hubei University” of 2002.

4. Excellent Students Scholarship of Hubei University, 2000-2003 (annual).

5. Three-Excellent Student Award of Hubei University, 2000-2003 (annual).

Juan Jiang

Associate Professor, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Hubei University,

368, Youyi Avenue, Wuhan, China 430062

Phone: +86-13277085896

Email: jiangjuan@hubu.edu.cn

undefinedShe received her PhD degree in Materials Science 2016 from Hubei University. She joined Prof. Wang’s group as a Research Assistant at Department of Applied Physics in Hong Kong Polytechnic University from August 2015 to February 2016. Then she was promoted to Associate Professor.

Her research interests are focus on the preparation, structure and dielectric properties of microwave ceramics. She also takes part in the design and simulation of microwave dielectric filters using for 5G base station.

EDUCATION

December 2016: Ph. D in Materials Science, Hubei University. Advisor: Prof. Tianjin Zhang

June 2005: B. Sc in Microelectronics and Solid State Electronics, Hubei University.

LIST of PUBLICATIONS

1) Fanfan Ning, Lin Gan, Shifeng Yuan, Zeming Qi, Juan Jiang*, Tianjin Zhang. Correlation between vibrational modes of A-site ions and microwave dielectric properties in (1-x)CaTiO3-x(Li0.5Sm0.5)TiO3 ceramics. J. Alloy. Compd. 2017, 729: 742-748.

2) Zhanming Dou, Gan Wang, Juan Jiang*, et.al. Understanding microwave dielectric properties of (1-x)CaTiO3-xLaAlO3 ceramics in terms of A/B-site ionic-parameters. Journal of Advanced Ceramics. 2017,6(1):20-26

3) Gan Wang, Juan Jiang*, Zhanming Dou, et.al. Sintering Behavior and Microwave Dielectric Properties of Li2O-B2O3-SiO2Doped 0.67CaTiO3-0.33LaAlO3 Ceramics. Key Engneering Materials. 2017, 726, 220-224

4) Zhanming Dou, Juan Jiang*, Gan Wang, et.al. Effect of Nd2O3 on the Microwave Dielectric Properties of 0.67CaTiO3-0.33LaAlO3 Ceramics. Key Engneering Materials. 2017, 726, 215-219

5) Zhanming Dou, JuanJiang*, GanWang, et.al. Effect of Ga3+substitution on the microwave dielectric properties of 0.67CaTiO3–0.33LaAlO3 ceramics. Ceramics International, 2016(42): 6743-6748

6) Gan Wang, Juan Jiang*, Zhanming Dou, et.al. Sintering behavior and microwave dielectric properties of 0.67CaTiO3–0.33LaAlO3 ceramics modified by B2O3-Li2O-Al2O3 and CeO2. Ceramics International, 2016(42): 11003-11009

7) Juan Jiang, Danhua Fang, Chao Lu, et.al. Solid-state reaction mechanism and microwave dielectric properties of CaTiO3–LaAlO3 ceramics. Jounal of Alloys and Compounds, 2015(638): 443-447

undefinedKun Liang

Associate Professor

School of Materials Science and Engineering,

Hubei University, Wuhan 430062, China

Email: liangkun007@163.com

Kun Liang received his Ph. D. degree from Hubei University and is presently an Associate Professor at Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Hubei University. His research interests include ferroelectrics, spintronics, multiferroics, and the epitaxial growth and characterization of multifunctional materials, with a focus on thin films, heterostructures, and patterned elements of transition metal ferromagnets, and complex oxides.

Research Experiences

2014.7-current Associate Professor, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Hubei University, China.

2013.9-2014.2 Visiting Scholar, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of California, Los Angeles.

2008.7-2014.6 Assistant Professor, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Hubei University, China.

Educational Background

2005.9-2008.6

Ph.D., Department of Physics, Hubei University, China

Research topic: Ferroelectric materials

Dissertation: Growth,Structure and Properties of Bi4Ti3O12-based Ferroelectric Single Crystals.

Advisor: Prof. Chaojing Lu

2002.9-2005.6

M.S., Department of Physics and Electronics Technology, Hubei University, China

Research topic: Thermal Process of material

Dissertation: Development of High-Temperature Furnace of RTP(Rapid Thermal Process) System controlled by computer program.

Advisor: Prof. Tianjin Zhang

Research Skills

l Sample preparation Technology

chemical vapor deposition (CVD), magnetron sputtering deposition, pulse laser deposition (PLD), hydrothermal method, electrochemical method.

l Vacuum Technology

Vacuum facilities maintenance, leakage determination and troubleshooting.

l Analysis and Characterization Technology

x-ray diffraction (XRD), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), transmission electron microscopy (TEM), photoluminescence spectrum (PL), Raman spectrum, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), transient photoluminescence, transient absorption, electrochemical impedance spectrum (EIS).

 

undefinedLin Gan

Lin Gan is a lecturer at School of Material Science and Engineering at Hubei University. He obtained his PhD in materials physics and chemistry at Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2013. After doing post-doctoral work at Korean Institute of Materials Science (KIMS; 2013-2016, Changwon, Gyeongnam, Korea), he joined Hubei University since 2016. His research interests in the field of ceramics are currently focused on fabrication, properties, and applications of optical and electronic ceramic materials, which include transparent, luminescent, and microwave dielectric ceramics.

Basic Information

Gender: Male

Birth Date: 1984/12

Telephone: +86-15972969016

Email: ganlin@hubu.edu.cn

Address: Hubei University, 368 Youyi Avenue, Wuhan, Hubei 430062

Education

2016.09- Lecturer

School of Material Science and Engineering, Hubei University

2013.09-2016.06 Post-doctor

Korea Institute of Materials Science (KIMS)

2010.09-2013.06 Ph.D. in Materials Physics and Chemistry

Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Shanghai, Chinese Academy of Science (SICCAS)

Publications

[1] Lin Gan, Zhi-Yong Mao, Yu-Qiang Zhang, Fang-Fang Xu, Ying-Chun Zhu, Xue-Jian Liu. Effect of composition variation on phases and photoluminescence properties of β-SiAlON:Ce3+ phosphor. Ceramics International. 2013, 39 (4): 4633-4637.

[2] Lin Gan, Zhi-Yong Mao, Yi-Fei Wang, Fang-Fang Xu, Ying-Chun Zhu, Qing Huang, Xue-Jian Liu. Photoluminescence properties of Ca-α-SiAlON:Ce3+ phosphors as function of composition and microstructure. Ceramics International. 2013, 39 (7): 8319-8326.

[3] Lin Gan, Zhi-Yong Mao, Xiong-Hui Zeng, Yu-Qiang Zhang, Yang Zhao, Fang-Fang Xu, Ying-Chun Zhu, Xue-Jian Liu. The origin of bimodal luminescence of β-SiAlON:Eu2+ phosphors as revealed by fluorescence microscopy and cathodoluminescence analysis. Materials Research Bulletin. 2014, 51 (0): 205-209.

[4] Lin Gan, Zhi-Yong Mao, Fang-Fang Xu, Ying-Chun Zhu, Xue-Jian Liu. Molten salt synthesis of YAG:Ce3+ phosphors from oxide raw materials. Ceramics International. 2014, 40 (3): 5067-5071.

[5] Lin Gan, Fang-Fang Xu, Xiong-Hui Zeng, Zuo-Sheng Li, Zhi-Yong Mao, Ping Lu, Ying-Chun Zhu, Xue-Jian Liu, Lin-Lin Zhang. Multiple doping structures of the rare-earth atoms in β-SiAlON:Ce phosphors and their effects on luminescence properties. Nanoscale. 2015, 7 (26): 11393-11400

[6] Lin Gan, Young-Jo Park, Mi-Jung Park, Haneul Kim, Jin-Myung Kim, Jae-Woong Ko, Jae-Wook Lee. Facile fabrication of highly transparent yttria ceramics with fine microstructures by a hot pressing method. Journal of the American Ceramic Society. 2015, 98 (7): 2002-2004

[7] Lin Gan, Young-Jo Park, Haneul Kim, Jin-Myung Kim, Jae-Woong Ko, Jae-Wook Lee. Effects of pre-sintering and annealing on the optical transmittance of Zr-doped Y2O3 transparent ceramics fabricated by vacuum sintering conjugated with post-hot-isostatic pressing. Ceramics International. 2015, 41 (8): 9622-9627

[8] Lin Gan, Young-Jo Park, Haneul Kim, Jin-Myung Kim, Jae-Woong Ko, Jae-Wook Lee. Fabrication of submicron-grained IR-transparent Y2O3 ceramics from commercial nano-raw powders. Ceramics International. 2015, 41 (9): 11992-11998

[9] Lin Gan, Young-Jo Park, Haneul Kim, Jin-Myung Kim, Jae-Woong Ko, Jae-Wook Lee. Fabrication and microstructure of hot pressed laminated Y2O3/Nd:Y2O3/Y2O3 transparent ceramics. Journal of the European Ceramic Society. 2016, 36 (3): 911-916

[10] Lin Gan, Young-Jo Park, Haneul Kim, Jin-Myung Kim, Jae-Woong Ko, Jae-Wook Lee. Mechanical Properties of Submicron-Grained Transparent Yttria Ceramics by Hot Pressing with Hot-Isostatic Pressing. International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology. 2016, 13 (4): 678-684

[11] Lin Gan, Young-Jo Park, Lin-Lin Zhu, Shin-Il Go, Haneul Kim, Jin-Myung Kim, Jae-Woong Ko. Enhancement of the optical transmittance of hot-pressed transparent yttria ceramics by a multi-step sintering process. Ceramics International. 2016, 42 (12): 13952-13959

[12] Lin Gan, Young-Jo Park, Haneul Kim, Jin-Myung Kim, Jae-Woong Ko, Jae-Wook Lee. The effects of the temperature and pressure on ZrO2-doped transparent yttria ceramics fabricated by a hot-pressing method. Optical Materials. 2017, 71: 109-116

[13] Lin Gan, Young-Jo Park, Lin-Lin Zhu, Shin-Il Go, Haneul Kim, Jin-Myung Kim, Jae-Woong Ko. Fabrication and properties of La2O3-doped transparent yttria ceramics by hot-pressing sintering. Journal of Alloys and Compounds. 2017, 695: 2142-2148

[14] Lin Gan, Young-Jo Park, Lin-Lin Zhu, Shin-Il Go, Haneul Kim, Jin-Myung Kim, Jae-Woong Ko. Fabrication of transparent LaYZr2O7 ceramic by reactive hot-pressing sintering from commercial raw powders. Materials Letters. 2017, 189: 256-258

[15] Zhi-yong Mao, Ying-chun Zhu, Lin Gan, Fang-fang Xu, Yang Wang, Da-jian Wang. Fabrication of amorphous phase encrusted oxynitride phosphor with white-light emission via in situ penetration. Journal of Materials Chemistry. 2012, 22 (3): 824-826

[16] Zhi-yong Mao, Ying-chun Zhu, Lin Gan, Yi Zeng, Fang-fang Xu, Yang Wang, Da-jian Wang. Novel white-light-emitting SiAlON-crystal/glass composite phosphor prepared by facile strategy for white light-emitting-diode. Materials Letters. 2012, 80 (1): 63-65

[17] Zhi-yong Mao, Ying-chun Zhu, Lin Gan, Yi Zeng, Fang-fang Xu, Yang Wang, Hua Tian, Da-jian Wang. SiAlON-based crystal-glass composite phosphor with tunable yellow-green-blue color emission induced by SiO2 melting corrosion. Journal of Materials Chemistry. 2012, 22 (37): 19839-19848

[18] Fangfang Xu, Erwan Sourty, Xionghui Zeng, Linlin Zhang, Lin Gan, Xinliang Mou, Wei Shi, Yingchun Zhu, Fuqiang Huang, Jingtai Zhao. Atomic-scaled investigation of structure-denpendent luminescence in Sialon:Ce phosphors. Applied Physics Letters. 2012, 101 (16): 161904

[19] Zhi-yong Mao, Ying-chun Zhu, Lin Gan, Yi Zeng, Fang-fang Xu, Yang Wang, Hua Tian, Jian Li, Da-jian Wang. Tricolor emission Ca3Si2O7:Ln (Ln=Ce, Tb, Eu) phosphors for near-UV white light-emitting diode. Journal of Luminescence. 2013, 134: 148-153

[20] Zhi-yong Mao, Ying-chun Zhu, Yi Zeng, Lin Gan, Yang Wang. Concentration quenching and resultant photoluminescence adjustment for Ca3Si2O7:Tb3+ green-emitting phosphor. Journal of Luminescence. 2013, 143: 587-591

[21] Zhi-yong Mao, Ying-chun Zhu, Lin Gan, Fang-fang Xu. Identification and quantification of varied valence Eu ions by photoluminescence spectrum and electron energy loss spectrum. Journal of Luminescence. 2013, 39 (8): 334-337

[22] Zhi-yong Mao, Ying-chun Zhu, Yang Wang, Lin Gan. Ca2SiO4:Ln (Ln=Ce3+, Eu2+, Sm3+) tricolor emission phosphors and their application for near-UV white light-emitting diode. Journal of Materials Science. 2014, 49 (13): 4439-4444

undefinedJinzhao Wang

Senior lab master

School of Materials Science and Engineering,

Hubei University, Wuhan 430062, China

Email: philo@hubu.edu.cn

He received her PhD degree in Materials Science from Hubei University in 2016. He worked in analysis and test center of Hubei University as a laboratory technician since 2007. The main work fields involve in the experimental characterization techniques, especially TEM and XPS method. Then he was promoted to senior lab master.

His research interests are focus on the preparation, structure and dielectric properties of functional materials. He also focuses concentration on the design and simulation of microwave dielectric filters using for 5G base station.

EDUCATION

December 2016: Ph. D in Materials Science, Hubei University. Advisor: Prof. Tianjin Zhang

June 2007: Master in Materials Science, Hubei University.

LIST of PUBLICATIONS

1) Xi Fan, Bingang Xu*, Naixiang Wang, Jinzhao Wang*, Shenghua Liu, Hao Wang, and Feng Yan*. Highly Conductive Stretchable All-Plastic Electrodes Using a Novel Dipping-Embedded Transfer Method for High-Performance Wearable Sensors and Semitransparent Organic Solar Cells. Advanced Electronic Materials. 2017, 5(3): 201600471(1-7).

2) Jinzhao Wang, Dongfang Ni, Tianjin Zhang*, Duofa Wang, Kun Liang. Investigation of the interrelation between the chemical state and the electric properties in Al-doped ZnO films. Applied Physics A, 2015, 120(4):1635-1642.

3) Jinzhao Wang, Dongfang Ni, Tianjin Zhang*, Duofa Wang, Kun Liang. Silver nanowires ZnO:Al bilayer structures for highly stable transparent conductive electrodes. Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics, 2015, 26(10):8035-8039.

4) Jinzhao Wang, Tianjin Zhang*, Ruikun Pan, Juan Jiang, Zhijun Ma, and Chao Xiang, Investigation on the dielectric properties of (Ba, Sr)TiO3 thin ?lms on hybrid electrodes, Materials Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 121(1-2), 28-31.

5) Jinzhao Wang, Tianjin Zhang*, Baishun Zhang, Juan Jiang, Ruikun Pan, and Zhijun Ma, Interfacial characteristic of (Ba,Sr)TiO3 thin ?lms deposited on different bottom electrodes, J. Mater. Sci.: Mater. Electron. 2009, 20:1208-1213.

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