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系列学术讲座之二――美国佐治亚理工大学,Dr. Zhengwei Pan

 

国家重点实验室学术讲座

SKL-AMM Seminar

 

题目/TitleControlled Growth of One-Dimensional Nanostructures

--The Art of Nanoscience

报告人/SpeakerDr. Zhengwei Pan

报告人工作单位/Affiliation国佐治亚理工大学

日期/Date20106月3June 3 (Tuesday), 2010

时间/Time 2:30 ? 4:00 PM

联系人/Contact吕昭平教授,luzp@ustb.edu.cn

报告地点/Location:北京科技大学主楼 353,  353 Main Building, USTB

 

报告摘要/Abstract

This talk will include three parts:

Part I: I will introduce the NanoArt created using the nanostructures synthesized in our lab and our effort in using the NanoArt for education.

Part II: I will introduce the controlled growth of one-dimensional (1-D) nanostructures using a thermal evaporation based technique with emphasis on ZnO 1-D nanostructures including ZnO nanobelts, nanowires, combs, whiskers, and nanorod arrays. The stability of ZnO nanowires and the synthesis of functional ternary ZnO-based nanorod arrays, such as ZnGa2O4, ZnGa2O4:Mn2+ and ZnGa2O4:Cr3+, will also be introduced.

Part III: I will briefly introduce our current research efforts in aligned carbon nanotubes-reinforced silicon carbide composite, rare-earth-activated (alkaline-earth) aluminate nanobelts, and super-long lasting, near-infrared long-persistent phosphors.

 

作者简介/Speaker’s short biography

Dr. Zhengwei Pan received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Materials Science from Shandong University of Technology in 1990 and 1993 (with Prof. Zhifu Wang), respectively, and his Ph.D. in Materials Science from Northwestern Polytechnic University (with Prof. Litong Zhang) in 1997. He was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Institute of Physics (with Prof. Si-Shen Xie), Chinese Academy of Sciences from 1997.2 to 1999.3, a Senior Research Associate at the City University of Hong Kong in 1999.3-2000.1, and a Research Associate at the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2000.1-2002.2. He joined the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in 2002.2, first as a Research Associate, then as a Staff Scientist at the Chemical Science Division and the Center for Nanophase Materials Science. He joined the University of Georgia in 2006.11 as an Assistant Professor with a joint appointment between the Faculty of Engineering and the Department of Physics and Astronomy. Dr. Pan’s research interests focus on the synthesis, characterization, property measurements and applications of functional nanomaterials with an emphasis on one-dimensional nanomaterials. His contributions include the synthesis of millimeter long aligned carbon nanotubes and the discovery of nanobelt morphology. He has authored and co-authored more than 70 peer-reviewed papers in nanotechnology with total citations of >7,500 times. He filed 4 patent applications. He received the 1st Place Award in Natural Science of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2002, 2nd Place Award in Natural Science of China in 2003, and U.S. NSF Early Career Award in 2010.