Weilin Jiang

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA

Dr. Weilin Jiang is a senior scientist at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, Washington, USA. His major research interests include ion-beam irradiation induced disordering and amorphization in single-crystal, poly-crystal and nanocomposite materials, evolution of microstructures, thermal and dynamic recovery of defects, diffusion, trapping and clustering of defects and implanted species, decomposition and phase segregation, formation of new phases, defect dynamics, kinetics and lattice strain at interfaces, synthesis and characterization of nano-phase materials, ion-solid interactions, ion-beam modification and analysis of materials, development of novel ion-beam analytical methods, and computer simulation of experimental spectra. He has employed a variety of experimental methods in his research, including ion-beam analysis, optical techniques, electron/helium ion spectroscopy and microscopy, and topographic methods. Dr. Jiang has about 200 publications with over 80 lead authors in scientific books, technical journals, peer-reviewed conference proceedings, and institutional research highlights. He also has extensive presentations at research institutes, academic meetings, symposia and conferences. Dr. Jiang has served as a journal editorial and advisory board member, journal referee, and technical session organizer and chair at international conferences.

Biography Updated on 13 February 2011

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