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Prof. Hui-Jun Liu
Department of Physics

Wuhan University, China


Email: phlhj@whu.edu.cn


Qualifications

1998 - 2003 Ph.D., Department of Physics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China
1995 - 1998 M.Sc., Department of Analysis and Testing, Wuhan University, China

1991 - 1995 B.Sc., Department of Physics, Wuhan University, China


Publications (selected)
  1. Multiscale calculations of thermoelectric properties of n-type Mg2Si1-xSnx solid solutions, X.J. Tan, W. Liu, H.J. Liu*, J. Shi, X.F. Tang, C. Uher, Physical Review B 85, 205212 (2012).
  2. Convergence of conduction bands as a means of enhancing thermoelectric performance of n-type Mg2Si1-xSnx solid solutions, W. Liu, X.J. Tan, K. Yin, H.J. Liu, X.F. Tang, J. Shi, Q.J. Zhang, C. Uher, Physical Review Letters 108, 166601 (2012).
  3. Enhanced thermoelectric performance of graphene nanoribbons, H. Zheng, H.J. Liu*, X.J. Tan, H.Y. Lv, L. Pan, J. Shi, X.F. Tang, Applied Physics Letters 100, 093104 (2012).
  4. The properties of BiSb nanoribbons from first-principles calculations, H.Y. Lv, H.J. Liu*, X.J. Tan, L. Pan, Y.W. Wen, J. Shi, X.F. Tang, Nanoscale 4, 511 (2012).
  5. Thermoelectric properties of ultra-small single-wall carbon nanotubes, X.J. Tan, H.J. Liu*, Y.W. Wen, H.Y. Lv, L. Pan, J. Shi, X.F. Tang, Journal of Physical Chemistry C 115, 21996 (2011).
  6. A triplet form of (5,0) carbon nanotube with higher hydrogen storage capacity, Y.W. Wen, H.J. Liu*, L. Pan, X.J. Tan, H.Y. Lv, J. Shi, X.F. Tang, Journal of Physical Chemistry C 115, 9227 (2011).
  7. Structural, electronic, and thermoelectric properties of BiSb nanotubes, H.Y. Lv, H.J. Liu*, L. Pan, Y.W. Wen, X.J. Tan, J. Shi, X.F. Tang, Journal of Physical Chemistry C 114, 21234 (2010).
  8. Enhanced thermoelectric performance of (Sb0.75Bi0.25)2Te3 compound from first-principles calculations, H.Y. Lv, H.J. Liu*, L. Pan, Y.W. Wen, X.J. Tan, J. Shi, X.F. Tang, Applied Physics Letters 96, 142101 (2010).
  9. Electronic and electrochemical properties of Li-doped carbon nanotube-zeolite complex, Y.W. Wen, H.J. Liu*, L. Miao, L. Pan, J. Shi, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 11, 632 (2009).
  10. Isomorphous substitution of AlPO4-5: a density functional study, H.J. Liu*, Y.W. Wen, L. Miao, J. Shi, Applied Physics Letters 92, 143115 (2008).
  11. Structural and electronic properties of bundles of 4 Å carbon nanotubes, H.J. Liu*, Y.W. Wen, L. Miao, Y. Hu, Nanotechnology 18, 445708 (2007).
  12. Chirality dependence of the energetic stability of 4 Å carbon nanotubes, J. Chen, H.J. Liu*, Applied Physics Letters 91, 091917 (2007).
  13. Adsorption of O2 on a (4,2) carbon nanotube, H.J. Liu*, J.P. Zhai, C.T. Chan, Z.K. Tang, Nanotechnology 18, 065704 (2007).
  14. Adsorption pathways of singlet O2 on 4 Å carbon nanotubes, H.J. Liu*, C.T. Chan, Physical Review B 73, 113405 (2006).
  15. Density functional study of oxygen adsorption on 4-Å carbon nanotubes, H.J. Liu*, C.T. Chan, Z.Y. Liu and J. Shi, Physical Review B 72, 075437 (2005).
  16. Lattice dynamics and electron-phonon interaction in (3,3) carbon nanotubes, K.-P. Bohnen, R. Heid, H.J. Liu, and C.T. Chan, Physical Review Letters 93, 245501 (2004).
  17. Efficient visible photoluminescence from carbon nanotubes in zeolite templates, J.D. Guo, C.L. Yang, Z. M. Li, M. Bai, H.J. Liu, G. D. Li, E. G. Wang, C. T. Chan, Z.K. Tang, W.K. Ge, and X.D. Xiao, Physical Review Letters 93, 017402 (2004).
  18. Carbon nanotube-zeolite complex: a Li-intercalated compound with high storage capacity, H.J. Liu*, Z.M. Li, Q. Liang, Z.K. Tang, C.T. Chan, Applied Physics Letters 84, 2649 (2004).
  19. Properties of 4 Å carbon nanotubes from first-principles calculations, H.J. Liu, C.T. Chan, Physical Review B 66, 115416 (2002).
  20. Polarized absorption spectra of single-walled 4 Å carbon nanotubes aligned in channels of an AlPO4-5 single crystal, Z.M. Li, Z.K. Tang, H.J. Liu, N. Wang, C.T. Chan, R. Saito, S. Okada, G.D. Li, J.S. Chen, N. Nagasawa, and S. Tsuda, Physical Review Letters 87, 127401 (2001).

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