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Xuebang WU

Xuebang Wu (X.B. Wu), Pd. D, Professor of Institute of Solid State Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), the deputy director of Laboratory of Internal Friction and Defects in Solids, Institute of Solid State physics. He published more than 50 peer-reviewed papers in PNAS, Acta Mater., Nucl. Fusion, APL, Soft Matter, J. Nucl. Mater., and so on.

Research Interests
1)Simulations at the atomistic level of radiation damage in tungsten alloys (ab initio calculations). Hydrogen and helium behaviors in tungsten alloys; Segregation and cohesion of transition metals in tungsten grain boundary.
2)Soft matter related experimental physics. Segmental relaxation dynamics of polymers and polymer blends; Glass transition, crystallization and phase transition in colloids; Energy dissipation and elastic behaviors of grain chains in granular systems

Education
2004-2009 Ph.D., Condensed Matter Physics, Institute of Solid State Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2000-2004 B.S., Department of Physics, Anhui Normal University, China

Employment
2017.3-present
2012.2-2017.2 Professor, Institute of Solid State Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Associate Professor, Institute of Solid State Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2009.9-2012.2 Assistant Professor, Institute of Solid State Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Opportunities
Students with backgrounds in physics, material science, chemistry and other related disciplines are very encouraged. If interested, please send your CV to xbwu@issp.ac.cn.

Contact Information
Tel: +86-551-65595260
E-mail: xbwu@issp.ac.cn
Mailing address:
Dr. Xuebang Wu (X. B. Wu)
Institute of Solid State Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
P.O. Box 1129, Hefei 230031, P.R. China

Selected Publications
1)W. Liu, X.B. Wu, Y.F. Liang, C.S. Liu, C.R. Miranda, S. Scandolo, Multiple pathways in pressure-induced phase transition of coesite, PNAS, 2017, In Press.
2)X.B. Wu, Y.W. You, X.S. Kong, J.L. Chen, G.N. Luo, G.H. Lu, C.S. Liu, Z.G. Wang, First-principles determination of grain boundary strengthening in tungsten: Dependence on grain boundary structure and metallic radius of solute, Acta Materialia 120 315-326 (2016)
3)Y.W. You, X.S. Kong, X.B. Wu, C.S. Liu, Q.F. Fang, J.L. Chen, G.N. Luo, Clustering of transmutation elements tantalum, rhenium and osmium in tungsten in a fusion environment, Nuclear Fusion 57, 086006 (2017)
4)Y.W. You, X.S. Kong, X.B. Wu, C.S. Liu, J.L. Chen, G.N. Luo, Bubble growth from clustered hydrogen and helium atoms in tungsten under a fusion environment, Nuclear Fusion 57, 0160006 (2017)
5)X.S. Kong, Y.W. You, X.Y. Li, X.B. Wu, C.S. Liu, J.L. Chen, G.N. Luo, Towards understanding the differences in irradiation effects of He, Ne and Ar plasma by investigating the physical origin of their clustering in tungsten, Nuclear Fusion 56, 106002 (2016)
6)X.B. Wu, X.S. Kong, Y.W. You, C.S. Liu, Q.F. Fang, J.L. Chen, G.N. Luo and Z.G. Wang, Effects of alloying and transmutation impurities on stability and mobility of helium in tungsten under a fusion environment, Nuclear Fusion 53, 073049 (2013).
7)L.C. Chai, X.B. Wu and C.S. Liu, A universal scaling law of grain chain elasticity under pressure revealed by a simple force vibration method, Soft Matter 10, 6614 (2014). (Front Cover Story and 2014 Hot papers).
8)H.G. Wang, X.B. Wu, Z.G. Zhu, C.S. Liu and Z. X. Zhang, Revisit to phase diagram of poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) microgel suspensions by mechanical spectroscopy, Journal of Chemical Physics 140, 024908 (2014).
9)X.B. Wu, C.S. Liu, Z. G. Zhu, K. L. Ngai and L. M. Wang, Nature of the sub-Rouse modes in the glass-rubber transition zone of amorphous polymers, Macromolecules 44, 3605 (2011).
10)X.B. Wu, H.G. Wang, C.S. Liu and Z.G. Zhu, Longer-scale segmental dynamics of amorphous poly(ethylene oxide)/poly(vinyl acetate) blends in the softening dispersion, Soft Matter 5, 579 (2011).
11)X.M. Zhou, X.B. Wu, H.G. Wang, C.S. Liu and Z.G. Zhu, Phase diagram of the Pluronic L64-H2O micellar system from mechanical spectroscopy, Physical Review E 83, 041801 (2011).

 

   
 
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