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发布时间:2016-04-21    浏览次数:3516

报告题目:Thermal transport properties of nanomaterials from molecular dynamics simulations
报 告 人: Dr.Haifei Zhan
时     间:  3:00pm, April 27, 2016 (Wednesday)
地     点:  D303, CMEE(机电楼D303

Dr.Haifei Zhan received his Bachelor degree in 2009 in Vehicle Engineering from the College of Mechanical and Vehicle Engineering, Hunan University, China. Afterwards, he studied at Queensland University of Technology (Australia), and got his PhD degree in 2013 with Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Award. Currently, he is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Queensland University of Technology. He has been a visiting scholar at Rice University (US), National University of Singapore and Institute of High Performance Computing (Singapore). He also received the Australian Endeavour Research fellowship.His current research interests include nanomechanics and nanoscale thermal transport of low-dimensional nanomaterials/nanostructures via computational, theoretical and experimental approaches. So far, Dr Zhan has over 40 publications, including 1 book chapter, 37 journal articles and 6 conference papers.His research on diamond nanothread has been featured by several renownedmedias, such as MIT Technology Review, PHYS. ORG, and MOTHERBOARD. He has helped to organize the 2nd Australasian Conference on Computational Mechanics, and acted as co-chair for 13th International Conference on Fracture (Beijing) and the 1st Australasian Conference on Computational Mechanics (Sydney). In addition, he is an active reviewer for several international journals, such as Carbon, Scientific Reports, Computational Materials Science, and Applied Mathematical Modelling. 

Abstract: The advancement of nanotechnology has enabled the continuing miniaturization of devices and also the possibility of fabricating multifunctional materials that show great promises in a wide range of engineering applications, such as adaptive airfoils, robotic skins. The nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS) that could response to an extremely small shift of mass or force due to the integrated sensors and electronic circuits, presenting an infancy stage of such multifunctional material. An appropriate thermal conductivity (either low or high) of the material is a critical requirement for the thermal management purpose due to significantly increasing power densities in modern nanoscale devices. This talk will show our recent studies on the thermal transport properties of carbon-based nanostructures based on large-scale molecular dynamics simulations, including graphene- or CNT-based nanostructures and also one dimensional diamond nanothread. 

Contact: Dr. Hu He  Tel: 18670327639


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