DING Zejun, Professor, National Outstanding YouthTheoretical and Computational Sciences

Name: Z.J. Ding(Ding Zejun, 丁泽军)
Born:  August, 1961, Anhui, P. R. China
Address:Department of Physics, University of Science and Technology of China, 230026 Hefei, P. R. China
Tel:86-551-63601857
E-mail:zjding@ustc.edu.cn
http://micro.ustc.edu.cn/Chindex.htm


 
EDUCATION AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
 1978-1982B.S., University of Science & Technology of China
 1982-1985Assistant, University of Science & Technology of China
 1985-1990Ph.D., Osaka University
 1990-1993Lecturer, University of Science & Technology of China
 1993-1996Associate Professor, University of Science & Technology of China
 1996-NowProfessor, University of Science & Technology of China
 
RESEARCH INTERESTS
1)Modelling of particle interaction with solids and surface
2)Surface analysis, microbeam analysis, electron spectroscopy and electron microscopy
3)Microstructure of solids
4)Computational physics, quantum physics
 
CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTS
1)Deriving Optical Constants of Materials by Reflection Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy Method, National Natural Science Foundation (2016-2019)
2)Study of Quantum Monte Carlo Method for Electron Microscopy and Electron Spectroscopy, National Natural Science Foundation (2013-2016)
 
REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS
1)Y.B. Zou, S.F. Mao, B. Da and Z.J. Ding, Surface Sensitivity of Secondary Electrons Emitted from Amorphous Solids: Calculation of Mean Escape Depth by a Monte Carlo Method, J. Appl. Phys. (in press)
2)Y. Sun, F. Zhang, Z. Ye, Y. Zhang, X.W. Fang, Z.J. Ding, C.-Z. Wang, M.I. Mendelev, R.T. Ott, M.J. Kramer and K.-M. Ho, ‘Crystal Genes’ in Metallic Liquids and Glasses, Sci. Rep. 6 (2016) 23734.
3)Y. Ming, H.M. Li and Z.J. Ding, Thermal Rectification and Negative Differential Thermal Conductance in Harmonic Chains with Nonlinear System-Bath Coupling, Phys. Rev. E 93 (2016) 032127.
4)Y.G. Li, Y. Yang, M.P. Short, Z.J. Ding, Z. Zeng and J. Li, IM3D: A Parallel Monte Carlo Code for Efficient Simulations of Primary Radiation Displacements and Damage in 3D Geometry, Sci. Rep. 5 (2015) 18130.
5) Z. Ruan, R.G. Zeng, Y. Ming, M. Zhang, B. Da, S.F. Mao and Z.J. Ding, Quantum Trajectory Monte Carlo Method for Study of Electron-Crystal Interaction in STEM. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 17 (2015) 17628-17637. 
6)M. Zhang, Y. Ming, R.G. Zeng and Z.J. Ding, Calculation of Bohmian Quantum Trajectories for STEM, J. Microsc. 260 (2015) 200-207.
7)B. Da, K. Salma, H. Ji, S.F. Mao, G.H. Zhang, X.P. Wang and Z.J. Ding, Surface Excitation Parameter for Rough Surfaces, Appl. Surf. Sci. 356 (2015) 142-149.
8)X. Ding, R.C. Dai, Z. Zhao, Z.P. Wang, Z.Q. Sun, Z.M. Zhang and Z.J. Ding, Irreversible Temperature Quenching and Antiquenching of Photoluminescence of ZnS/CdS:Mn/ZnS Quantum Well Quantum Dots, Chem. Phys. Lett. 625 (2015) 147-150.
9)B. Da, Z.Y. Li, H.C. Chang, S.F. Mao and Z.J. Ding, A Monte Carlo Study of Reflection Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy Spectrum of a Carbon Contaminated Surface, J. Appl. Phys. 116 (2014) 124307.
10)B. Da, H. Shinotsuka, H. Yoshikawa, Z.J. Ding and S. Tanuma, Extended Mermin Method for Calculating the Electron Inelastic Mean Free Path, Phys. Rev. Lett. 113 (2014) 063201.
11)R. Shimizu and Z.J. Ding, Monte Carlo Modeling of Electron-Solid Interactions, Rep. Prog. Phys. 55 (1992) 487-531.


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