CHEN Xiaobin
Address:
HIT shenzhen (518055)
Email:
chenxiaobin@hit.edu.cn
Phone:
None
None(Fax)
PERSONAL PROFILE
 
I mainly focus on the development of quantum transport theory. Feel free to contact me, if you are interested, too.
RESEARCH INTEREST
 
2014.8-2016.8||Postdoc, department of Physics, McGill University. (Work with Prof. Hong Guo)##2016.9-2017.8||Postdoc, department of Physics, the University of Hong Kong. (Work with Prof. Jian Wang)
EDUCATION  
2005.9-2009.7
Bachelor (Physics). Tsinghua University, Beijing
2009.8-2014.7
PhD (Physics). Tsinghua University, Beijing
RESEARCH & WORK EXPERIENCE  
2014.8-2016.8
Postdoc, department of Physics, McGill University. (Work with Prof. Hong Guo)
2016.9-2017.8
Postdoc, department of Physics, the University of Hong Kong. (Work with Prof. Jian Wang)
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION & ACADEMIC SERVICE
 
2014-now
Referee of several journals
(https://publons.com/author/1226523/xiaobin-chen#profile)
RESEARCH PROJECTS
2018-2020
NSFC fund
RESEARCH ACHIEVEMENT & AWARDS
2014
"Wu Youxun" Prize from the Physics department of Tsinghua University
2018
“Highest-impact papers (2018)" Award from Chinese Physical Society
PATENT
   
None
PAPER & BOOK PUBLICATIONS
http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=A2Wf90QAAAAJ&hl=en
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-5761-5020
CONFERENCE PAPERS/TALKS
 
Contributed Talks
2017 Enhancing the spin transfer torque in magnetic tunnel junctions at the APS March Meetings, New Orleans, USA
2015 Valley caloritronics by graphene nanoribbons at the GrapheneCanada2015 conference, Canada
2014 Photon-assisted thermoelectric properties of noncollinear spin valves at the APS March Meetings, Colorado, USA
2013 Photon-assisted thermoelectric properties of noncollinear spin valves at the international workshop on emerging functional electronic materials and devices, Nanjing, China
2011 Linearity and exponential decay: thermal transport in partially-unzipped carbon nanotubes at the 1st international symposium on Quantum transport theory and quantum modeling of nanoelectronics, Beijing, China
2010 Thermal transport properties of partially-unzipped carbon nanotubes at the workshop on transmission of information and energy in nonlinear and complex systems, Singapore
2009 Anisotropy thermal conductance in graphene nanoribbons at A3 meeting, Matsushima, Japan

Colloquium Talks
2016 Thermally driven pure valley current in graphene at the Institute of Applied Physics and Computational Mathematics, China
2016 Enhancing spin transfer torques in magnetic tunneling junctions by ac modulation at Shenzhen University, China
2016 Ac engineering of spin transfer torques in magnetic tunneling junctions at the department of Physics, Tsinghua University
2013 Thermal transport in nanomaterials at Xiamen University, China
TEACHING/SUPERVISING EXPERIENCE
None
Updated:2018-11