Name:Haiqian WANG (H.Q. WANG, 王海千)
Born:April, 1962, Liaoning, P. R. China
Address:Hefei National Lab. for Physical Sciences at Microscale, University of Science and Technology of China,96 Jinzhai Road, Hefei, Anhui 230026, P.R. China
1984B.E. in Chemical Engineering, Department of Applied Chemistry, Tianjin University
1988M.S. in experimental condensed matter physics, Department of Physics, USTC
1992Ph.D. in experimental condensed matter physics, Department of Physics, USTC
1986-1992Magnetic and Electrical Properties of Alloys and Oxides, USTC
1992-1994Structure of Aggregated Polymers, USTC
1994-1996Structure and Properties of Thin Solid Films, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
1996-PresentMaterials Science, Low Dimensional Physics and Thin Films, USTC
My research interest ranges from materials science to low-dimensional physics. My current research efforts are focused on the fabrication and application of functional nanoscale materials and thin films.
1.Fabrication and physical properties of nanoscale materials
2.Electronic structure and transport properties of functional thin solid films
3.Application of new materials
1.H. Wang, X. Dong, T. Zhao, H. Yu, M. Li, Dry reforming of methane over bimetallic Ni-Co catalyst prepared from La(CoxNi1-x)0.5Fe0.5O3 perovskite precursor: Catalytic activity and coking resistance, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 245 (2019) 302-313
2.M. Wang, T. Zhao, X. Dong, M. Li, H. Wang, Effects of Ce substitution at the A-site of LaNi0.5Fe0.5O3 perovskite on the enhanced catalytic activity for dry reforming of methane, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 224 (2018) 214-221
3.M.M. Shirolkar, J. Li, X. Dong, M. Li, H. Wang, Controlling the ferroelectric and resistive switching properties of a BiFeO3 thin film prepared using sub-5 nm dimension nanoparticles, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 19 (2017) 26085-26097
4.Mandar M.Shirolkar, Xiaolei Dong, Jieni Li, Shiliu Yin, Ming Li, Haiqian Wang, “Observation of nanotwinning and room temperature ferromagnetism in sub-5 nm BiFeO3 nanoparticles: a combined experimental and theoretical study”, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys.,18 (2016) 25409-25420
5.Xiao Song, Xiaolei Dong, Shiliu Yin, Meng Wang, Ming Li, Haiqian Wang, “Effects of Fe partial substitution of La2NiO4 LaNiO3 catalyst precursors prepared by wet impregnation method for the dry reforming of methane”, Applied Catalysis A:General,526 (2016)132-138
6.Shiliu Yin, Jieni Li, Mandar M.Shirolkar, Ming Li, Haiqian Wang, ”Oxygen interstitial mediated effective doping of Al in ZnO-Al films prepared by magnetron sputtering”, Materials Letters,179 (2016) 146-149
7.Xiao Song, Xiaolei Dong, Ming Li, Haiqian Wang, ”Effects of adding alumina to thenickel-zirconia anode materials for solid oxide fuel cells and a two-stepsintering method for half-cells”, Journal of Power Sources, 308 (2016) 58-64
8.Changshan Hao, Mandar M. Shirolkar, Jieni Li, Binjun Wu, Shiliu Yin, Ming Li, Haiqian Wang, “Defects generated by MF magnetron sputtering and their influences on the electrical and optical properties of Al doped ZnO thin films”, Applied Surface Science, 351 (2015) 392-400
9.Mandar M.Shirolkar, Changshan Hao, Xiaolei Dong, Ting Guo, Lei Zhang, Ming Li, Haiqian Wang, “Tunable multiferroic and bistable/complementary resistive switching properties of dilutely Li-doped BiFeO3 nanoparticles: An effect of aliovalent substitution”, Nanoscale, 6 (2014) 4735-4744
10.Ting Guo, Xiaolei Dong, Mandar M. Shirolkar, Xiao Song, Meng Wang, Lei Zhang, Ming Li, Haiqian Wang, “Effects of Cobalt Addition on the Catalytic Activity of the Ni-YSZ Anode Functional Layer and the Electrochemical Performance of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells”, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 6 (2014) 16131−16139

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