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Xianping WANG

Dr. Xian-Ping Wang (X. P. Wang), the deputy director of Laboratory of Internal Friction and Defects in Solids, Institute of Solid State physics. He graduated from the physics department of Anhui Normal University and obtained bachelor degree in 1995, and received his PhD degree from the Institute of Solid State physics, CAS in 2003. During 2004-2006, he worked at University of Maine, France as a postdoctor. In 2009, he held the research position of professor in ISSP.

Research Interests
The main researches in our lab focus on: (1) Design, preparation and properties of high performance nuclear structural materials, including W, FeCr-ODS, MCu(M=Nb, Ta, V) alloys; (2) Preparation and dynamical relaxation process of defects in solid state electrolytes such as oxygen ionic conductors and lithium ionic conductors; (3) Design and preparation of high damping materials as well as their engineering  applications

Education backgrounds
2003  Ph. D.  Institute of Solid State physics, CAS
1995  M. S.   Physics department of Anhui Normal University

Working experiences
2009-Present  Professor at Institute of Solid State physics, CAS
2004 - 2003   Associate professor at Institute of Solid State physics, CAS
2004 - 2006   Postdoctoral research at University of Maine, France

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

Contact Information
Tel: +86-551-65591125
Fax: +86-551-65591434
E-mail: xpwang@issp.ac.cn
Mailing address:
Dr. Xian-Ping Wang (X. P. Wang)
Institute of Solid State Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
P.O. Box 1129, Hefei 230031, P.R. China

Selected Publications
[1] X. P. Wang*,  Y. X. Gao, Y. P. Xia, Z. Zhuang, T. Zhang, Q. F. Fang, “Correlation and mechanism of lithium ion diffusion with crystal structure in Li7La3Zr2O12 revealed by internal friction technique”, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys,16, 7006(2014).
[2] Y. P. Xia, X. P. Wang*, Z. Zhuang, Z. Zhuang, Q.X. Sun, T. Zhang, Q.F. Fang , T. Hao, C.S. Liu, “Microstructure and oxidation  properties of 16Cr-5Al-ODS steel prepared by sol-gel and spark plasma sintering method”, J.Nucl. Mater. 432, 198 (2013).
[3] HU Jing, WANG Xian-Ping*, ZHUNG Zhong, ZHANG Tao, FANG Qian-Feng and LIU Chang-Song, “Dynamic behaviors of hydrogen in martensitic T91 steel evaluated by internal friction method”, Chin. Phys. Lett, 30, 046201(2013)
[4] HU Jing, ZHANG Yanwen, WANG Xianping*, ZHAO Ziqiang , FANG Qianfeng, LIU Changsong “Efects of Si3+ and H+ Irradiation on Tungsten Evaluated by Internal Friction Method”, Plasma Sci. Tech. 15,1701-1705(2013).
[5] X. P. Wang*, Y. Xia, J. Hu,, Y.P. Xia, Z. Zhuang, L.J. Guo, H. Lu, T. Zhang, Q.F. Fang, “Phase transition and conducitivity improvement of tetragonal fast ionic electrolyte Li7La3Zr2O12”, Solid State Ionics, 253, 137-142(2013).

 

 

   
 
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