Name: Xuejun JIN
Office: Room.505B, Material Building A
Platform: Institute of phase change and structure
Professor Jin's research interests include three aspects such as phase transformations and microstructure design for advanced high strength steels, shape memory alloys and super-elasticity...
Prof. Xuejun JIN received his Ph.D. degree in Materials Physics from the Shanghai Institute of Metallurgy, the Chinese Academy of Science, in Shanghai, China in 1997. His Bachelor and Master degrees were received at Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Nanjing, China in 1991 and 1994, respectively. From 1997 to 1999, he worked as a post-doctor with the School of Materials Science and Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China. Since June 1999, he has been with School of Materials Science and Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, where he is currently Professor and associate dean of the School of Materials Science and Engineering. He was a visiting scientist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA (Jan. 2001 – Dec. 2001) and a visiting scholar at the University of Cambridge, UK (June 2012 – July 2012). Professor Jin is a member of both International Advisory Committee on Martensitic Transformation (ICOMAT) and Scientific Committee on Internal Friction and Mechanical Spectra (ICIFMS). Professor Jin is on the editorial board of International Journal of Heat Treatment and Surface Engineering. He is also elected as a Chairman, the Shanghai Society of Heat Treatment since May 2012.
Professor Jin's research interests include three aspects such as phase transformations and microstructure design for advanced high strength steels, shape memory alloys and super-elasticity and size dependence of phase stability for nano-structured materials.
1. “Martensitic Transformation in Fe-Ni Nanoparticles prepared by a sol-gel process”, Materials Letter 80 (2012) 152-154.
2. “Effects of coherency stress and vacancy sources/sinks on interdiffusion across coherent multilayer interfaces–Part I: Theory”, Acta Mater 60 (2012) pp 2528-2538.
3. “Effects of coherency stress and vacancy sources/sinks on interdiffusion across coherent multilayer interfaces–Part II:Interface sharpening and intermixing rate”, Acta Mater 60 (2012) pp 2539-2553.
4. “Strain glassy behavior and premartensitic transition in Au7Cu5Al4 alloy”, Phy Rev B 84 (2011) 140102(R), highlighted and selected as editor’s suggestion.
5. “Enhanced mechanical properties of a hot stamped advanced high-strength steel treated by quenching and partitioning process”, Scripta Mater 64 (2011) 749-752.
6. "Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of an Ultrahigh Strength 40SiMnNCr Steel during One-step Quenching and Partitioning Process", Metall and Mater Trans A 41 (2010) 1284-1300.
7. “Ordering Transitions In Quenched Au7Cu5Al4 Alloy And Effect Of Order On Martensitic Transformation”. Intermetallics 18 (2010) 846-850.
8. “Phase stability in pulse electrodeposited nano-grained Co and Fe-Ni”, Scripta Mater 62 (2010) 496-499.
9. “A2 - B2 - L21 ordering transitions in Au–Cu–Al alloys”，Intermetallics 17 (2009) 704-707.
10. “Alpha to gma transformation in the nanostructured surface layer of pearlitic steels near room temperature”, Scripta Materialia 59 (2008) 806-809.
Advanced high strength sheet steels with martensite and austenite duplex microstructure, 973 sub-project (2010CB630803)
Heat treatment and microstructure design of high performance bearing steels, 973 project (2011CB706604)
Integrated processing of hot stamping and quenching-partitioning-tempering for automobile application, NSFC (51174251)
Honors & Awards
Professor Jin received Excellent Young Teacher Award (2008, Shanghai Municipal Education Commission), Huawei Outstanding Teacher Award (2007, Shanghai Jiao Tong University), Most Welcomed Teacher Award (2007, School of Materials Science and Engineering, SJTU), New Century Outstanding Teacher Award (2006, Department of Education) and Second Prize of Natural Science (2000, Department of Education). Professor Jin is the author or co-author of more than 80 papers published on peer-review journals. He also holds 4 patents.