Faculty Profile
 
  Zijing LIN
     
Department: Department of Physics
Mailing Address:
Department of Physics, University of Science and Technology of China, 96 Jinzhai Rd, Hefei, Anhui, 230026, PR China
Postal Code:
230026
Phone:
+86-551-63606345
Fax:
+86-551-63606348
Homepage:
http://phys.ustc.edu.cn/?show=yes&a=szdw&b=szgk&id=1297846444
 
       

Research Profile

     Lin Zijing, Ph.D., Professor and doctoral supervisor at the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC), a member of the “Hundred Talents Program” of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).
     BSc (1983) from Hangzhou University, and DSc (1989) from USTC. From October 1989 to December 1992, he had been a Research Associate and a Visiting Scientist successively at the Clausthal University of Technology, Germany and the Jülich Research Centre, Germany. From January 1993 to August 1994, he conducted his postdoctoral research and study at the Department of Chemistry, University of New Brunswick, Canada. From September 1994 to May 2004, he had worked at the U.S. Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) successively as a Post-doctoral Fellow, Research Scientist and Contracting Senior Scientist. In October 2000, he was appointed as a professor at USTC, and was selected into the CAS “Hundred Talents Program.”
 
     
Selected Publications
1) Transverse currents in triplet Josephson junction with spin-orbit coupling , Phys. Rev. B , 2012 , 85, 024501 (2012)
2) Adsorptions and properties of aromatic amino acids on single-walled carbon nanotubes , Nanoscale , 2012 , 4(2012)1146
3) A modified dusty gas model in the form of a Fick's model for the prediction of multicomponent mass transport in a solid oxide fuel cell anode , Journal of Power Sources , 2012 , 206(2012)171
4) The influence of interconnect ribs on the performance of planar solid oxide fuel cell and formulae for optimal rib sizes , Journal of Power Sources , 2012 , 204(2012)106
5) Conformational Studies of 5 Tripeptides and an Efficient Method for Tripeptide Structure Determinations Based on Dipeptide and Amino Acid Conformers , J. Phys. Chem. B , 2012 , 116(2012)2269
6) Spin current generation by adiabatic pumping in monolayer grapheme , Applied Physics Letters , 2011 , 98(2011)032106
7)  The dynamical conductance of graphene tunnelling structures , Nanotechnology , 2011 , 22 (2011) 505705
8) Flow uniformity optimization for large size planar solid oxide fuel cells with U type parallel channel designs , Journal of Power Sources , 2010 , 195(2010)3207
9) Comprehensive density functional theory study on the mechanism of activation of the nonapeptide hormone oxytocin by metal ions , J. Phys. Chem. B , 2010 , 114(2010)1417
10) Combined micro-scale and macro-scale modeling of the composite electrode of solid oxide fuel cell , Journal of Power Sources , 2010 , 195 (2010)6598
11) Comparison of Some Representative DFT and WFT Methods for the Studies of Amino Acids , Journal of Computational Chemistry , 2009 , 30(2009)589
12) Effects of microsolvation and aqueous solvation on the tautomers of histidine: a computational study on energy, structure and IR spectrum , Theoretical Chemistry Accounts , 2009 , 124(2009)37
13) Extensive Conformational Searches of 13 Representative Dipeptides and an Efficient Method for Dipeptide Structure Determinations Based on Amino Acid Conformers , Journal of Computational Chemistry , 2009 , 30(2009)2105
14) A key geometric parameter for the flow uniformity in planar solid oxide fuel cell stacks , International Journal of Hydrogen Energy , 2009 , 34(2009)3873
15) Percolation theory to predict effective properties of solid oxide fuel cell composite electrodes , Journal of Power Sources , 2009 , 191(2009)240
16) Three dimensional modeling of planar solid oxide fuel cells and the rib design optimization , Journal of Power Sources , 2009 , 194(2009)854
17) The effects of the interconnect rib contact resistance on the performance of planar SOFC Stack and the rib design optimization , Journal of Power Sources , 2008 , 183(2008)214
18) Protonation process and electronic spectra of histidine and related ions , J. Phys. Chem. A , 2007 , 111(2007)4340
19) Ab initio studies of aspartic acid conformers in gas phase and in solution , J. Chem. Phys. , 2007 , 127(2007)154314
20) Comprehensive theoretical studies on the DF3H dissociation mechanism and the reactions of CF3H with OH and H free radical , J.Chem.Phys , 2007 , 127(2007)154314
21) Coexistence of Dihydrogen,Blue-and Red-Shifting Hydrogen Bonds in an Ultrasm all System:Valine , ChemPhysChem , 2006 , 7(2006)828
22) Exploration of the full conformational landscapes of Gaseous Aromatic Amino Acid Phenylalanine: An Ab Initio Study , J. Mol. Struc. (THEOCHEM) , 2006 , 758(2006)195
23) Gaseous Arginine Conformers and Their Unique Intramolecular Interactions , J. Phys. Chem. A , 2006 , 110( 2006)12282
24) Detailed Ab Initio Studies of the Conformers of Gaseous Tryptophan , J. Phys. Chem. A , 2005 , 109 (2005) 2556
25) Systematic ab initio studies of the conformers and conformational distribution of gas-phase tyrosine , J. Chem. Phys. , 2005 , 122(2005) 134313
26) A finite element analysis modeling tool for solid oxide fuel cell development: coupled electrochemis , Journal of Power Sources , 2004 , 130(2004)136-148
27) The effect of interconnect rib size on the fuel cell concentration polarization in planar SOFCs , Journal of Power Sources , 2003 , 117(2003)92
28) Exact solution for the two-site Holstein model , Phys. Rev. B , 2002 , 65 (2002)174303
29) A. Hess and M. Gutowski, Periodic Density Functional LDA and GGA Study of CO adsorption at the (001) , J. Phys. Chem. , 2000 , B 104 4717
30) LDA and GGA calculations of alkali metal adsorption at the (001) surface of MgO , J. Chem. Phys. , 2000 , 112 3014
31) LDA and GGA calculations for high-pressure phase transitions in ZnO and MgO , Phys. Rev. B , 2000 , 62 1660
32) NWChem, A Computational Chemistry Package for Parallel Computers , Pacific Northwest National Laboratory , 1999 , 99352
33) Multicenter Integration Scheme for Electronic Structure Calculations of Periodic and Nonperiodic Pol , J. Phys. Chem. , 1999 , A 103 2117
34) Gaussian-basis LDA and GGA calculations for alkali-metal equations of state , Phys. Rev. B , 1998 , 57 11834
 
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My main research interests include 1) structures and properties of small biomolecules, 2) theory and modeling of solid oxide fuel cells. Students interested in these research activities are welcome to apply.
       
       
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