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Name:
Shan Chongxin
Education:
 
Positions:
 
Academic title:
Research Professor
Postal Code:
130033
Subject categories:
Condensed State Physics
Mailing Address:
 
E-mail:
cxshan@sohu.com

Resume:
Chong-Xin Shan earned his bachelor degree at Wuhan University in 1999, and Ph.D degree at Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2004.  From 2004 to 2008, he worked in sequence as a postdoctoral researcher in The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong) and The University of Nottingham (United Kingdom). He got a professorship in Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics, and was awarded a title of “Hundred Talent” of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Aug. 2008. His research interest is mainly focused on wide band gap semiconductor materials and optoelectronic devices, especially on zinc oxide-based light-emitters and photodetectors. He has authored or coauthored more than 80 peer-reviewed papers or book chapters. He is currently a member of the Editorial Committee of Journal of Semiconductors, and referee of some scientific journals.
Direction:
Wide band gap semiconductor materials and optoelectronic devices, especially on zinc oxide-based light-emitters and photodetectors
Achievements:
Article:
C.X. Shan, Z. Liu, S.K. Hark, 2008, Temperature dependent photoluminescence study on phosphorus doped ZnO nanowires
Applied Physics Letters, 92, 073103.

 

C.X. Shan, Z. Liu, S. K. Hark, 2007, CdSe nanowires with controllable growth orientations
Applied Physics Letters, 90, 193123.

 

C.X. Shan, Z. Liu, S.K. Hark, 2006, Photoluminescence polarization in individual CdSe nanowires
Physical Review B, 74, 153402.

 

C.X. Shan, Z. Liu, C.M. Ng, S.K. Hark, 2005, Structure and luminescence of pyramid -shaped CdSe nanostructures grown by metalorganic chemical vapor deposition
Applied Physics Letters, 86, 213106.

 

C.X. Shan, Z. Liu, C.M. Ng, S.K. Hark, 2005, ZnxCd1-xSe alloy nanowires covering the entire compositional range grown by metalorganic chemical vapor deposition
Applied Physics Letters, 87, 033108.

Book: C.X. Shan, X.W. Fan, Chapter 4 “Research Progress in II-VI quantum dots” in 《Frontiers in Quantum Dots Research》, ISBN: 1600210570, Editor-in-Chief: Marco L. Voronin, New York, Nova Science Publishers, 2006.
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