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Dr. Wu WANG

—— Research Assistant Professor

Dr. Wu WANG

  • Office: Rm.217, Research Building 2
  • Email: wangw7@sustech.edu.cn
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Education:

Sep., 2014- March, 2019   Ph.D.     Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany

Sep., 2011- June, 2014       M.E.      Shanghai University, China

Sep., 2007- June, 2011       B.E.       Central South University, China


Professional appointment:

May, 2019-July, 2021 Postdoc at Southern University of Science and Technology

July, 2021-Present  Research Assistant Professor at Southern University of Science and Technology       

 

Research Area

Transmission electron microscopy; Electron tomography; Nanocatalysts; Porous material


Selected Publications:

[1] Wang, W., Svidrytski, A., Wang, D., Villa, A., Hahn, H., Tallarek, U. and Kübel, C., Quantifying morphology and diffusion properties of mesoporous carbon from high fidelity 3D reconstructions, 2019 (Accepted).

[2] Wang, W., Villa, A., Kübel, C., Hahn, H. and Wang, D., Tailoring the 3D structure of Pd nanocatalysts supported on mesoporous carbon for furfural hydrogenation, ChemNanoMat, 2018, 4(11): 1125-1132. (Highlighted in front cover image)

[3] Trampert, P., Wang, W., Chen, D., Ravelli, R., Dahmen, T., Peters, P., Kübel, C. and Slusallek, P., Exemplar-based inpainting as a solution to the missing wedge problem in electron tomography, Ultramicroscopy, 2018, 191:1-10.

[4] Wang, W., Li, H., Ren, J., Fu, J., Zhai, Q., Luo, Z. and Zheng, H., Enhanced magnetocaloric properties in annealed Heusler Ni–Mn–Sn ribbons. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials2015, 374, pp.153-156.

[5] Zheng, H., Wang, W., Yu, J., Zhai, Q. and Luo, Z., Martensitic transformation in melt-spun Heusler Ni–Mn–Sn–Co ribbons. Journal of Materials Research2014, 29(7), pp.880-886.

[6] Wang, W., Yu, J., Zhai, Q., Luo, Z. and Zheng, H., Co-doping effect on the martensitic transformation and magnetic properties of Ni49Mn39Sn12 alloy. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials2013, 346, pp.103-106.

[7] Wang, W., Yu, J., Zhai, Q., Luo, Z. and Zheng, H., Origin of retarded martensitic transformation in Heusler Ni–Mn–Sn melt-spun ribbons. Intermetallics2013, 42, pp.126-129.

[8] Zheng, H., Wang, W., Xue, S., Zhai, Q., Frenzel, J. and Luo, Z., Composition-dependent crystal structure and martensitic transformation in Heusler Ni–Mn–Sn alloys. Acta Materialia2013, 61(12), pp.4648-4656.