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ZHU Linfan, Professor Atomic and Molecular Sciences
Name:  ZHU Lin-Fan (L. F. Zhu, 朱林繁)
Born:   1971, Henan, P. R. China
Address: Department of Modern Physics, University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, Anhui 230026, P. R. China
Tel: 86-551-63600023(O)
Fax: 86-551-63600023
E-mail: lfzhu@ustc.edu.cn
 
EDUCATION AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
1990.09-1994.07 B. S., University of Science and Technology of China (USTC)
1994.09-1999.07 Ph. D., Department of Modern Physics, USTC
1999.07-2001.10 Lecture: Department of Modern Physics, USTC
2001.10-2002.01 Visiting Scientist, Institute for Laser Science, University of Electro-communications, Japan
2002.01-2007.11 Associate Professor, Department of Modern Physics, USTC
2007.12-present Professor, Department of Modern Physics, USTC
 
RESEARCH INTERESTS
1) Measurements of accurate dynamic parameters of atoms and molecules
To measure the accurate dynamic parameters such as differential cross sections, generalized oscillator strengths, as well as squared form factors, for the excitations of atoms and molecules.
2) Electron energy loss spectroscopy
To study excitation, dissociation and ionization processes of atoms and molecules using the electron energy loss spectroscopy.
3) Inelastic X-ray scattering
To explore the potential application to atomic and molecular physics of inelastic X-ray scattering technique.
 
CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTS
1) Key project of the National Nature Science Foundation (Grant No. U1332204), “The dynamic investigations of atoms and molecules based on the x-ray scattering techniques” (2014-2017)
2) National Nature Science Foundation (Grant No. 11320101003), “The fine spectroscopy of dielectronic recombination based on the Lanzhou cooler heavy ion storage ring” (2014-2017)
3) National Nature Science Foundation (Grant No. 11274291), “Investigations of the accurate dynamic parameters of hydrogen and nitrogen” (2013-2016)
 
REPRESENTIVE PUBLICATIONS
1) Y. W. Liu, X. Kang, L. Q. Xu, D. D. Ni, K. Yang*, N. Hiraoka, K. D. Tsuei, and L. F. Zhu*, Absolute optical oscillator strengths of vibronic excitations of N2 studied by the dipole(r,r) method, Astrophys. J. 819, 142(2016).
2) X. Xu, D. D. Ni, X. Kang, Y. W. Liu, L. Q. Xu, K. Yang*, N. Hiraoka, K. D. Tsuei, and L. F. Zhu*, Absolute optical oscillator strengths of the 3p54s and 3p54s¢ transitions of argon measured by the dipole (r,r) method, J. Phys. B 49, 064010(2016).
3) Y. G. Peng, Y. Wu, L. F. Zhu, S. B. Zhang, J. G. Wang, H. P. Liebermann, and R. Buenker, Complex multireference configuration interaction calculations for the K-vacancy Auger states of Nq+(q=2-5), J. Chem. Phys. 144, 054306(2016).
4) L. Q. Xu, Y. W. Liu, X. Kang, D. D. Ni, K. Yang, N. Hiraoka, K. D. Tsuei and L. F. Zhu*, The realization of the dipole(r,r) method and its application to determine the absolute optical oscillator strengths of helium, Sci. Rep. 5,18350(2015).
5) X. Kang, Y. W. Liu, L. Q. Xu, D. D. Ni, K. Yang,N. Hiraoka, K. D. Tsuei and L. F. Zhu*, Oscillator strength measurement for the A (0-6)-X (0), C (0)-X (0) and E (0)-X (0) transitions of CO by the dipole (g,g) method, Astrophys. J. 807,96(2015).
6) D. D. Ni, X. Kang, K. Yang*, Y. W. Liu, X. X. Mei, X. L. Zhao, L. Q. Xu, N. Hiraoka, K. D. Tsuei, and L. F. Zhu*, Squared form factors for the A1P and B1S+ vibronic bands of carbon monoxide studied by high-resolution inelastic x-ray scattering, Phys. Rev. A 91, 042501(2015).
7) L. F. Zhu*, H. C. Tian, Y. W. Liu, X. Kang and G. X. Liu, Selection rules for electric multipole transition of diatomic molecule in scattering experiments, Chin. Phys. B 24, 043101(2015)(Rapid Communication).
8) X. L. Zhao, K. Yang*, L. Q. Xu, Y. P. Ma, S. Yan, D. D. Ni, X. Kang, Y. W. Liu and L. F. Zhu*, Investigation of Compton profiles of molecular methane and ethane, J. Chem. Phys. 142, 084301(2015).
9) Y. G. Peng, X. Kang, K. Yang*, X. L. Zhao, Y. W. Liu, X. X. Mei, B. P. Xie, D. L. Feng, N. Hiraoka, K. D. Tsuei, and L. F. Zhu*, Squared form factors of vibronic excitations in 12-13.3 eV of nitrogen studied by high-resolution inelastic x-ray scattering, Phys. Rev. A 89, 032512(2014).
10) M. Vos, R. P. McEachran, and L. F. Zhu, A comparison of the theoretical and experimental results for keV electron scattering from argon, J. Phys. B 47,055201(2014).
11) Y. W. Liu, X. X. Mei, X. Kang, K. Yang*, W. Q. Xu, Y. G. Peng, N. Hiraoka, K. D. Tsuei, P. F. Zhang, and L. F. Zhu*, Determination the electronic structure of atoms and molecules in ground state: measurement for molecular hydrogen by high-resolution x-ray scattering, Phys. Rev. A 89, 014502 (2014).
12) Y. Y. Wang, X. Kang, Y. W. Liu, W. Q. Xu, L. Wang, C. Z. Hu, J. Chen, F. Y. Liu, L. S. Sheng, X. L. Zhao, P. F. Zhang, L. F. Zhu*, Investigations of dissociative photoionization of isooctane by synchrotron radiation, Int. J. Mass Spectr.359,1(2014).
13) R. P. McEachran, M. Vos and L. F. Zhu, Fast-electron scattering from Ne: A comparison of distorted-wave theory with experiment, Phys. Rev. A 87,052703(2013).
14) X. Kang, K. Yang*, Y. W. Liu, W. Q. Xu, N. Hiraoka, K. D. Tsuei, P. F. Zhang, and L. F. Zhu*, Squared form factors of valence-shell excitations of atomic argon studied by high-resolution inelastic x-ray scattering,Phys. Rev. A 86,022509(2012).
15) L. F. Zhu*, W. Q. Xu, K. Yang*, Z. Jiang, X. Kang, B. P. Xie, D. L. Feng, N. Hiraoka, and K. D. Tsuei, Dynamic Behavior of Valence-Shell Excitations of Atomic Neon Studied by High-Resolution Inelastic X-Ray Scattering, Phys. Rev. A 85,030501(R)(2012).

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