美国橡树岭国家实验室Minghu Pan博士5月23日上午学术报告

发布时间:2014-05-20访问量:84设置

报告人:Minghu Pan 博士

 

Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Oak Ridge, TN 37831

 

题目:FromGraphene, Layered Oxides to Molecular Assembly: Probing at Atomic/Single Molecular scale

时间:2014523(星期五)上午1000

地点:909号楼一楼B会议室(Conference Room B, 909-1F)

 

摘要:

The overarching scientific driver for our research is the question, “How do atoms, molecules and defects interact with external stimuli to define physical properties?” The key to answering this question is the development of new analytical tools for understanding the mechanisms of electronic and ionic functionalities on the atomic and molecular level. At the CNMS, this effort is underpinned by a vigorous program of scanning probe microscopy development, including in-house design and construction of low-temperature high magnetic field scanning tunneling microscope (STM) and variable temperature STM for probing electronic properties of solid surfaces and molecular systems. These systems are presently used to explore in-depth intertwined electronic and structural phenomena on materials such as graphene, layered transition metal oxides and pnictides, and further extend this knowledge to probe and control molecular systems.

 

 

个人简介:

Education

Nanjing University     Physics     BS 

Nanjing University     Physics     Ph.D.

                                                                                                                         

Appointments

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN    Research Staff    2005 – present

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN    Postdoctoral research associate  2004 – 2005

Institute of Physics, CAS                                         Postdoctoral research associate  2001-2003

 

Research Interests and Activities:

Study the atomic and electronic structure of highly correlated electronic systems, graphene and its derivatives, molecular self-assembly and surface reaction using low temperature scanning tunneling microscopy.

 

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