SMSE

Faculty, by Name

Xiujun HAN

Xiujun HAN

Platform:
Engineering Center of Materials Manufacturing
Title:
Professor
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Email:
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Biographical Information

1.    1993.9-1997.7 School of Materials Science & Engineering, Shandong University, Bachelor degree

2.    1997.9-2002.5 Department of Applied Physics, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Ph. D degree

3.    2002.9-2004.11 Department of Engineering Mechanics, Tsinghua University, Postdoctor

4.    2004.11-2005.4 School of Materials Science & Engineering, Beihang University, Lecture

5.    2005.4-2006.9 Department of Physics, University of Goettingen, Alexander-von- Hunboldt fellow

6.    2006.10-2009.6 Institute of Solid Physics, Research Center Juelich, Postdoctor

7.    2009.9-now School of Materials Science & Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Professor

 

Research Interests

Computational Materials Science

 

Selected publications

1.    X. J. Han, et al., "Polarizable Interatomic Force Field for TiO2 Parametrized using Density Function Theory", Physical Review B, 81, 134108, 2010.

2.    X. J. Han and H. Teichler, "Liquid-to-Glass Transition of Bulk-glass Forming Cu60Zr20Ti20 Alloy by Molecular Dynamics Simulations", Physical Review E, 75, 061501, 2007.

3.    X. J. Han, M. Chen, and Z. Y. Guo, “Thermophysical properties of undercooled liquid Au-Cu alloys by a molecular dynamics simulation”, Journal of Physics? Condensed Matter, 16, 705-713, 2004.

4.    X. J. Han and B. Wei, “Thermophysical properties of undercooled liquid Co-Mo alloys”, Philosophical Magazine, 83 (13): 1511-1532, 2003.

5.    X. J. Han, N. Wang, and B. Wei, "Rapid eutectic growth under containerless condition", Applied Physics Letters, 81 (4): 778-780, 2002.

6.    X. J. Han and B. Wei, “Microstructural characteristics of Ni-Sb eutectic alloys under substantial undercooling and containerless solidification conditions”, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A, 33A (2002) 1225-1232.