Cong Wang

Beihang University, China

Cong Wang works as a Professor in the Department of Physics, Beihang University (BUAA), Beijing, China. His research interests are in the field of condensed matter and materials physics, including solar selective absorptive films, photocatalytic nanomaterials, and structure, magnetic and electronic transport of antiperovskite structured materials. He got his Ph.D. degree in July, 1995 from Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Science (CAS). He was also an Alexander von Humboldt (AvH) Research Fellow, due to his work in the Institute of Physical Chemistry, University of Karlsruhe in Germany from February 1998 till May 1999. He had worked in Laboratory GREMI (CNRS), University of Orleans in France July 2002–October 2003), and Queen Mary, University of London (February-March 2006) as a Visiting Scholar. Professor Wang also visited National Institute of Standard and Technology (NIST) in Gaithersburg, Maryland in USA for 3 months (September–December 2009). He is a Member of Chinese Crystallography Society, Member of Powder X-ray Diffraction Committee in China, Member of Phase Diagram and Phase Transition Committee in China, and Member of International Center for Diffraction Data (ICDD, USA). Up to now, he has published more than 100 papers and 11 national patents. He got his honor as New Century Excellent Talents in University from Ministry of Education in China, in 2005. Now, he is carrying out research projects about high temperature stable solar selective absorptive coatings for solar absorber and structure, magnetic, and electrical properties of antiperovskite structured materials, Mn3XN(C).

Biography Updated on 4 January 2015

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