Lu Xiaoli Associate Professor
Resume: Born in 1980; earned his doctorate at the University of Science and Technology of China in 2007; engaged in postdoctoral research at the Singapore Nanyang Technology University and at the U.S. National Standards and Technology Research Institute, respectively, from 2008 to 2009; worked as a Humboldtat the German Mark Planck Microstructure Physics Institute from 2010 to 2011.
Research fields: low-dimensional controllable growth of complex functional oxides; electric and magnetic properties regulated by the interface and stress; orderly assembly and device making of nanometer materials
Research work and achievements: Using physical gas phase deposition and chemical liquid phase self-assembly, he studied the controllable growth of the low-dimensional complex oxides. He used the lithography technology (ultraviolet lithography and nano auxiliary shape lithography) to control the orderly assembly of materials to provide the foundation for device making in the future. Through the structure and characterization of physical properties, he studied the effect of the change of interface and stress on intrinsic properties such as material electromagnetic coupling and superconducting transition. He has published 21 papers which have been indexed by the SCI and obtained 2 authorized national patents. He coauthored a comprehensive academic work “Handbook of Nanoceramics and Their Based Nanodevices” published by American Scientific Publishers in which he wrote one chapter.