物理与材料科学学院

王学斌:Recent Progresses and Future Perspectives of Size-elected Cryogenic Photoelectron and Photoelectron Imaging Spectroscopy

作者:发布时间:2018-03-13

讲座题目:Recent Progresses and Future Perspectives of Size-elected Cryogenic Photoelectron and Photoelectron
Imaging Spectroscopy

主讲人:王学斌教授

主持人:孙真荣

开始时间:2018-03-19 09:00:00

讲座地址:中北校区理科大楼A510报告厅


报告人简介:

Professor Xuebin Wang now is the senior research scientist (Level V) in physical sciences division of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. He got his Ph.D degree in institute of chemistry, Chinese Academy of Science in 1995, and his postdoctoral research was in Columbia University and Washington State University from 1995 to 2000, respectively. Since then, he became a research scientist at physical sciences division of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

Professional Interests:

The investigation interests of Prof. Wang include: 1) Using various cluster and molecular models to study condensed phase chemistry and processes ranging from homogeneous / heterogeneous catalysis and mechanism of aerosol formation to biological physics and rational design of functional materials. 2) Experimental investigation in the areas of chemical dynamics and kinetics, redox species, molecular complexes, multiply-charged anions, ion solvation, and electronic structures of biologically important radicals as well as environmentally important species. 3) Instrumental development of cold and temperature-controlled photoelectron spectroscopy for investigation of solution phase chemistry in the gas phase at well-controlled conditions with tailored chemical composition, selected cluster size, and variable temperature. Electrospray / ion-trap / time-of-flight mass spectrometer, and laser spectroscopy.

Publication and Distinctions:

Up till now, Prof. Wang has published several outstanding achievements in Science、Nature、PNAS、JACSand PRL. The total number of citations is 6288+ and the H-index is over 44. In 2014, he was appointed as an Overseas Expert by Chinese Academy of Sciences, and he was elected to be the fellow of American Physical Society in 2016.