Nanoscale Physics and Devices Laboratory

Prof. Hongjun GAO's

Nano Research Group

Institute of Physics

 

 
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Group Leader:

Professor Hongjun GAO (H. -J. Gao)

  • Member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

  • Member of the Academy of Sciences for the Developing World.

  • Professor in Physics.

  • Deputy director, the Institute of Physics,Chinese Academy of Sciences. (IOPCAS)

 

 

 

Research direction:

  • Synthesis of low-dimensional nanomaterials by high-temperature, CVD and other methods

  • Basic properties of functional organic molecules system by LT-MBE-LEED-STM


  • Electrical transport and electroluminescence properties of nanostructures by four-probe MBE-LEED-STM

  • Growth mechanism and structure steering of functional molecular nanostructures by VT-MBE-LEED-STM


  • Structures and properties of semiconductor-metal system by STM


  • Quantum properties of functional system by super low-temperature high-magnetism STM system


  • Theoretical calculations and simulations of nanoelectronic systems


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    Highlight:

     
  •  Buckled Silicene Formation on Ir(111)
    Nano Lett. 13, 685 (2013)

  •  Controlled Synthesis of Large-Scale, Uniform, Vertically Standing Graphene for High-Performance Field Emitters
    Adv. Mater.  25, 250(2013)

  •  Reversible Single Spin Control of Individual Magnetic Molecule by Hydrogen Atom Adsorption
    Scientific Reports  3, 1210(2013)

  •  Quantitative Model of Heterogeneous Nucleation and Growth of SiGe Quantum Dot Molecules
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 106103 (2012)

  •  Energy-Gap Opening in a Bi(110) Nanoribbon Induced by Edge Reconstruction
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 246804 (2012)

  • Tuning Structural and Mechanical Properties of Two-Dimensional Molecular Crystals: The Roles of Carbon Side Chains
    Nano Lett. 12, 1229 (2012)

  • Silicon layer intercalation of centimeter-scale, epitaxially grown monolayer graphene on Ru(0001)
    Appl. Phys. Lett. 100, 093101 (2012)(Cover story)

  • Direct imaging of intrinsic molecular orbitals using graphene as buffer layer
    Appl. Phys. Lett. 99, 153101 (2011)(Cover story)

  • Intercalation of metal islands and films at the interface of epitaxially grown graphene and Ru(0001) surfaces
    Appl. Phys. Lett.  99, 163107 (2011)

  • Direct Observation of Enantiospecific Substitution in a Two-Dimensional Chiral Phase Transition
    J. Am. Chem. Soc. 132, 10440 (2010)

  • Identifying Multiple Configurations of Complex Molecules in Dynamical Processes: Time Resolved Tunneling Spectroscopy and Density Functional Theory Calculation
    Physical Review Letters 104, 166101 (2010)


  • Diffusivity Control in Molecule-on-Metal Systems Using Electric Fields
    Nano Letters 10. 1184 (2010).

  • Directed self-assembly of monodispersed platinum nanoclusters on graphene Moiré template
    Appl. Phys. Lett. 95, 093106 (2009)     
    Highlights by Nature Nanotech


  • Tunability of Supramolecular Kagome Lattices of Magnetic Phthalocyanines Using Graphene-Based Moire′Patterns as Templates
    J. Am. Chem. Soc. 131, 14136 (2009)


  • Highly Ordered, Millimeter-Scale, Continuous, Single-Crystalline Graphene Monolayer Formed on Ru (0001) 
    Adv. Mater. 21, 2777 (2009)       
    Highlights by Nature China

  • Constructing an Array of Anchored Single-Molecule Rotors on Gold Surfaces
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 101 , 197209 (2008).
    Highlights by
    Nature-Asia-Pacific, physicsworld, nanotechweb, and Phys. Rev. Lett. Editor’s suggestion.

  • Theory of Directed Nucleation of Strained Islands on Patterned Substrates
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 101 , 216102 (2008).


  • Strain Induced Dewetting of a Molecular System: Bimodal Growth of PTCDA on NaCl
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 100 , 186104 (2008).

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