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Xianlong WANG

Dr. Xianlong Wang received his Ph.D in condensed matter physics from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Solid State Physics in 2008.

Research interests
Computational simulation based on the first-principle method, the first-principle simulation, is a way to explore the physical and chemical properties of materials without empirical parameters and relying only on the physical raw. The first-principle simulations play an important role in the field of high-pressure physics and advanced energy materials. The research interests of this group are analyses of materials under high-pressure and application of low-dimensional materials in the field of advanced energy.

Education Background
2008      Ph.D      Institute of Solid State Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2003      B.S.        Department of physics, Liaocheng University

Working experiences
2015-present     Professor, Institute of Solid State Physics, Chinese Academy of               Sciences
2010-2015           Researcher, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Tokyo Institute of Technology, and Ehime University, Japan
2009-2010              Visitor, University of Wollongong, Australia

Opportunities
Postdoc and graduate student positions are available in the lab.

Contact information
Tel: +86-551-65591150
Email: xlwang@theory.issp.ac.cn
Mailing Address:
Room#327, Institute of Solid State Physics, CAS
350 Shushan Hu Road
Hefei, Anhui Province 230031, PRC

Selected Publications
1.X. L. Wang*, T. Tsuchiya*, and A. Hase. (2015) Computational support for a pyrolitic lower mantle containing ferric iron. Nature Geoscience 8:556-569. (Reported by NHK news)
2.X. L. Wang* and T. Tsuchiya. (2014) Ab initio computation on the Fe L-edge X-ray emission spectroscopy of Fe-bearing MgSiO3 perovskite. Am. Mineral. 99:387-392.
3.X. L. Wang*, Z. F. Hou, T. Ikeda, and K. Terakura. (2014) NMR chemical shifts of 15N-bearing graphene. J. Phys. Chem. C 118:13929-13935.
4.T. Tsuchiya* and X. L. Wang. (2013) Ab initio investigation on the high-temperature thermodynamic properties of Fe3+-bearing MgSiO3 perovskite. J. Geophys. Res: Solid Earth 118:83-91.
5.X. L. Wang, X. H. Zheng, and Z. Zeng* (2013) Ferromagnetic sandwich-like wires constructed with transition metals and anthracene. Appl. Phys. Lett. 103: 032404.
6.X. L. Wang*, Z. F. Hou, T. Ikeda, M. Oshima, M. Kakimoto, and K. Terakura. (2013) Theoretical characterization of X-ray absorption, emission, and photoelectron spectra of nitrogen doped along graphene edges. J. Phys. Chem. A 117:579-589.
7.X. H. Zheng, X. L. Wang, L. F. Huang, H. Hao, J. Lan and Z. Zeng*. (2012) Stabilizing the ground state in zigzag-edged graphene nanoribbons by dihydrogenation. Phys. Rev. B(R) 86:081408.
8.X. L. Wang*, Z. F. Hou, T. Ikeda, S. F. Huang, K. Terakura, M. Boero, M. Oshima, M. Kakimoto and S. Miyata. (2011) Selective nitrogen doping in graphene: enhanced catalytic activity for oxygen reduction reaction. Phys. Rev. B 84:245434.
9.X. L. Wang, X. H. Zheng, M. Y. Ni, L. J. Zou, and Z. Zeng*. (2010) Theoretical investigation of Mobius strips formed from graphene. Appl. Phys. Lett. 97:123103.  (Feature highlighted by NPG Asia materials)

   
 
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