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Yuee Xie
Date:2021-11-26   View:
Yuee Xie
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School of Physics and Electronic Engineering, Jiangsu University, Zhenjiang City, Jiangsu Province, China
Research Activities
My principal interests quantum transport in nanostructures. I have studied electron and phonon transport in various quasi-one dimensional nanostructures, such as quantum wires, nanoribbons, nanotubes, and so on. I will continue to study quantum transport in the new nanostructures, especially in the topological matters. The electron and spin transport on the surface of the topological matters would be interesting. I will focus on this field.
Representative Ppublication
1.Interlocking nodal chains and their examples in carbon networks, Carbon, 157,563-569(2020)(IF:8.821, SCI, 1)
2.Three-dimensional Kagome graphene networks and their topological properties, Comp. Mater. Sci., 173, 109406(2020)(IF: 3.06)
3.Hopf-chain networks evolved from triple points,Phys. Rev. B 99, 165147(2019)(IF: 3.58, Nature Index)
4.Design triple points, nexus points, and related topological phases by stacking monolayers,  Appl. Phys. Lett. 115, 073105  (2019)(IF: 3.81, Nature Index)
5.Symmorphic intersecting nodal rings in semiconducting layers, Phys. Rev. Lett.  120,106403(2018) (IF: 8.462, Nature Index)
6.A Class of topological nodal rings and its realization in carbon networks, Phys. Rev. B: Rap. Comm. 97, 121108(2018) (IF: 3.718)
7.Nexus networks in carbon honeycombs, Phys. Rev. Mater. 2, 42051(2018) (IF: 3.836, SCI, 1)
8.Double Kagome bands in a two-dimensional phosphorus carbide P2C3, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 9, 2751-2756(2018)(IF: 9.353)
9.Ferromagnetism and Wigner crystallization in kagome graphene and related structures, Phys. Rev. B , 98, 035135(2018)(IF: 3.58, Nature Index)
10.Nodal-chain network intersecting nodal rings and triple points coexisting in nonsymmorphic Ba3Si4, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. , 20, 21177 (2018)
11.Spindle nodal chain in three-dimensionalboron,  Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys.   20, 23500-23506(2018)
12.Predicting two-dimensional carbon phosphide compounds: C2P4 by the global optimization method, Comp. Mater.  Sci.  144, 70(2018)(IF: 3.06)
13.Three-dimensional Pentagon Carbon with a genesis of emergent fermions, Nature Comm. 8, 15641 (2017) (IF: 12.1,SCI, 1, Nature Index)
14.Dirac Nodal Lines and Tilted Semi-Dirac Cones Coexisting in a Striped Boron Sheet, J. Phys. Chem. Lett.  8, 1707(2017)(IF: 9.353, SCI, 1)
15.Tunable Type-I and type-II Dirac fermions in graphene with nitrogen-molecule line defects ,  J. Phys. Chem. C 12122, 12476(2017) (IF: 4.536)
16. Semi-Dirac Semimetal in Silicene Oxide, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys.  19, 3820(2017) (IF: 4.123)
17.Thermal transport in twisted few-layer graphene, Chin. Phys. B  26, 116503(2017)
18.Towards three-dimensional Weyl-surface semimetals in graphene networks, Nanoscale 8 (13), 7232-7239 (2016)  (IF: 7.4, SCI, 1区) (Hot article)
19. Electron and phonon properties and gas storage in carbon honeycomb, Nanoscale 8, 12863 (2016) (IF: 7.4, SCI, 1)
20.Coexistence of flat bands and Dirac bands in a carbon-Kagome-lattice family, Carbon 99, 65 (2016) (IF:8.821, SCI, 1)
21.A theoretical prediction of super high-performance thermoelectric materials based on MoS2/WS2 hybrid nanoribbons, Scientific Reports  6, 21639 (2016) 
22.Phonon transport in single-layer boron nanoribbons, Nanotechnology  27, 445703(2016) (IF:3.573, SCI, 1)
23.Transition of thermal rectification in silicon nanocones, Applied Thermal Engineering 102, 1075(2016)
24.New record of high ZT found in hybrid transition-metal-dichalcogenides, J Appl.  Phys.  120, 235109(2016)
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