Professor

Phone: (027)87792334-8115

Email: jfwang@hust.edu.cn

Academic Areas: Materials Science and Physics underhig hmagnetic fields

Research Interests:

Wang Junfeng is the Professor at Wuhan National High Magnetic Field Center in Huazhong University of Science and Technology.Since 2008,he joined Wuhan National High Magnetic Field Center and led the constructions of electrical transport,magnetization and high-pressure experimental stations for the major scientific facility(pulsed field facility)funded by the National Development and Reformation Committee in China.Different measurement techniques have been developed under pulsed high fields and the signal-to-noise level reaches the world class.Apart from pulsed field techniques,he also focused his interests on high field science,such as quantum matters,magnetic materials and correlated electron systems under extremely high magnetic fields.More than 50 papers have been published in the sefield still now.These works were supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China.

Academic Degrees

PHD in Condensed Matter Physics,2006,Wuhan University

M.S in Condensed Matter Physics,2003,Wuhan University

B.S in Applied Physics,2000,Wuhan University

Professional Experience

At Huazhong University of Science and Technology since 2008,Wuhan National High Magnetic Field Center,Professor(2014-present);Wuhan National High Magnetic Field Center,Associate professor(2009-2014);Wuhan National High Magnetic Field Center,Lecturer(2008-2009)

At Wuhan University,School of Remote Sensing and Information Engineering,Lecturer(2006-2007)

At The University of Tokyo,Japan,the Institute for Solid State Physics,Project Researcher(2009-2011)

At the Los Alamos National High Field laboratory(USA),Osaka University(Japan),Tohuku University(Japan)for short-termvisits during 2012-2015

Selected Publications

Anisotropic Fermi surface and quantum limit transport in high mobility three-dimensional Diracsemimetal Cd3As2,Physical Review X,2015,5(3)

Large magneto resistance over an extended temperature regime in monopho sphides of tantaluman dniobium,Physical Review B,2015,92(4)

Magnetic-field-induced transitions and evolution of magneto transport properties in quasi-two-dimensional KMo6O17 in the charge-density-wave phase,Physical ReviewB,2014,89(3)

Diracversus Weyl fermions in topological insulators:Adler-Bell-Jacki wanomaly in transport phenomena,Physical Review Letters,2013,111(24)

Topologica lphase transitions driven by magnetic phase transitions in FexBi2Te3(0≤x≤0.1)single crystals,Physical Review Letters,2013,110(13)

High magnetic field induced phases and half-magnetization plateau in the S=1kagomecom pound Ni3V2O8,Physical ReviewB,2011,84(22)

High-field magnetization and magnetic phase transition in CeOs2Al10,Physical ReviewB,2011,83(18)

Fabrication and enhanced magneto resistance of SiO2-coated Fe3O4nanosphere compact,Applied Physics Letters,2007,90(21)

Low-temperature specific heat of the quasi-two dimensional charge density wave compound KMo6O17,Physical ReviewB,2006,73(19)

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