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劉向軍

來源:孫博發稿時間:2019-09-05瀏覽次數:86


 

劉向軍 研究員

 

Prof. LIU Xiangjun

所長,微納機電系統研究所

 

Director, Institute of Micro/Nano Electromechanical   System

 

 

 

郵箱:xjliu@dhu.edu.cn

 

Email: xjliu@dhu.edu.cn

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地址:上海市松江區人民北路29994號學院樓5057,  201620

 

OfficeRoom 5057, No.4 College Building, 2999   North Renmin Rd, Songjiang, Shanghai, P.R.C, 201620

 

個人簡介|Biography

劉向軍,現是東華大學機械工程學院研究員,微納機電系統研究所所長。2009年獲新加坡南洋理工大學及數據存儲研究院理學博士學位。曾先后任日本日立研發中心研究員(2019-2010);加拿大阿爾伯塔大學國家納米研究院博士后研究員(2010-2012);新加坡科技局高性能計算研究院科學家(2012-2019)。

Dr Liu is currently a research professor in the College of Mechanical Engineering, and director of Institute of Micro/Nano Electromechanical System at Donghua University (DHU). He received his Ph.D. degree from Nanyang Technological University and Data Storage Institute, Singapore in 2009. Prior to joining DHU, he worked as Researcher in Hitachi R&D Centre (2009-2010), Post-doctoral Research Fellow in National Institute for Nanotechnology at University of Alberta, Canada (2010-2012), and Scientist in Institute of High Performance Computing, A*STAR, Singapore (2012-2019).

 

研究方向|Research Areas

        微結構物性調控    |Micro-structure properties

        微納機電系統工程| Micro/Nano electromechanical system

        微器件熱擴散管理|Thermal management in micro-devices

 

近期發表論文|Publications

  • Liu X., Zhou H., Zhang, G., Zhang Y.-W. The effects of curvature on the thermal conduction of bent silicon nanowire. Journal of Applied Physics2019,125, 082525.  

  • Liu X., Gao J., Zhang, G., Zhang Y.-W. Design of phosphorene/graphene heterojunctions for high and tunable interfacial thermal conductance. Nanoscale2018, 10. 19854.

  • Liu X., Zhang Y.-W. Thermal properties of transition-metal dichalcogenide. Chinese Physics B. 2018, 27, 034402.

  • Liu X., Gao J., Zhang, G., Zhang Y.-W. Unusual twisting phonons and breathing modes in tube-terminated phosphorene nanoribbons and their effects on thermal conductivity. Advanced Functional Materials 2017,27, 1702776.

  • Liu X., Gao J., Zhang, G., Zhang Y.-W. MoS2-graphene in-plane contact for high interfacial thermal conduction. Nano Research, 2017, 10, 2944.

  • LiuX., Zhang, G., Zhang Y.-W. Topological defects at the graphene/h-BN interface abnormally enhance its thermal conductance. Nano Letters2016, 16(8), 4954.

  • LiuX., Zhang, G., Zhang Y.-W. Thermal conduction across one-dimensional interface between MoS2 monolayer and metal electrode. Nano Research2016, 9, 2372.

  • Liu X., Zhang, G., Zhang Y.-W. Surface morphology and strain coupling effects on phonon transport in silicon nanowires. Materials Today: Proceedings2016, 3, 2759.

  • Gao, J., Liu, X., Zhang, G., Zhang, Y.-W. Nanotube-terminated zigzag edges of phosphorene formed by self-rolling reconstruction. Nanoscale, 2016, 8(41), 17940.

  • Liu X., Zhang, G., Zhang Y.-W. Graphene-based thermal modulators. Nano Research 2015, 8, 2755. 

  • Liu X., Zhang, G., Zhang Y.-W. Surface-engineered nanoscale diamond films enable remarkable enhancement in thermal conductivity and anisotropy. CARBON2015, 94, 760.

  • Liu X., Zhang, G., Zhang Y.-W. Tunable Mechanical and Thermal Properties of One-Dimensional Carbyne Chain: Phase Transition and Microscopic Dynamics. Journal of Physical Chemistry C2015, 119(42), 24156?24164.

  • Guo T., Sha Z.-D., Liu X., Zhang G., Guo T., Pei Q.-X., Zhang Y.-W. Tuning the thermal conductivity of multi-layer graphene with interlayer bonding and tensile strain. Applied Physics A2015, 120, 1275.    

  • Liu X., Zhang, G., Zhang Y.-W. Thermal conduction across graphene cross-linkers. Journal of Physical Chemistry C2014, 118, 12541.

  • Liu X., Zhang, G., Pei Q.-X., Zhang Y.-W. Modulating the thermal conductivity of silicon nanowires via surface amorphization. Science China: Technological Science2014, 57, 699?705.

  • Wu P. H., Quek S. S., Sha Z. D., Dong Z. L., Liu X. J., Zhang G., Pei Q. X., Zhang Y. W. Thermal transport behavior of polycrystalline graphene: A molecular dynamics study. Journal of Applied Physics2014, 116, 204303.

  • Liu X.,Zhang, G., Pei Q.-X., Zhang Y.-W. Phonon thermal conductivity of monolayer MoS2 sheet and nanoribbons. Applied Physics Letters 2013, 103, 133113.   

  • Kovalenko, A.; Kobryn, A.; Gusarov, S.; Lyubimova, O.; Liu, X.; Blinov, N.; Yoshida, M. Molecular theory of solvation for supramolecules and soft matter structures: application to ligand binding, ion channels, and oligomeric polyelectrolyte gelators. Soft Matter2012, 8, 1508?1520.

  • Liu, X.; Lyubimova, O.; Kobryn, A. E.; Gusarov, S.; Kovalenko, A. Mesoscopic study of dynamics and gelation ability of oligomeric electrolyte gelator with dissipative particle dynamics. Procedia Computer Science, 2011, 4, 1031?1038.

  • Lyubimova, O.; Liu, X.; Gusarov, S.; Kobryn, A. E.; Kovalenko, A. Solvation structure and gelation ability of polyelectrolytes: predictions by quantum chemistry methods and integral equation theory of molecular liquids. Procedia Computer Science2011, 4, 1186?1192.

  • Liu, X.; Amemiya, K.; Wong, C.H.; Yu, S. K.; Liu, B. Molecular dynamics study of dynamic behavior between head and ultrathin lubricant film. Journal of Advanced Mechanical Design, System, and Manufacturing2010, 4, 56?60.

  • Liu, X.; Yang, Y.W.; Yang, J.P. Direct simulation Monte Carlo on thermal distribution of rarefied gas under heated atomic force microscope nanoprobe. Journal of Applied Physics2009, 105, 013508.

  • Liu, X.; Yang, J.P.; Yang, Y.W. Heat conduction analysis of nano-tip and storage medium in thermal-assisted data storage using molecular dynamics simulation. Molecular Simulation2008, 34, 57?63.

  • Yang, Y.W.; Liu, X.; Yang, J.P. Nonequilibrium molecular dynamics simulation for size effects on thermal conductivity of Si nanostructures. Molecular Simulation2008, 34, 51?56.

 


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