FENG Yuan PingPhD, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA (1987)
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Computational Materials Physics, focusing on first-principles studies of
- Physics and applications of advanced materials,
- Materials and devices for spintronics,
- Two-dimensional materials &
- Materials prediction using genomic approach.
Spin-dependent transport in zigzag graphene nanoribbon. The spin-polarization and direction of electric current in the graphene nanoribbon can be controlled by magnetization of electrodes and bias voltage, allowing implementation of spin logic gates.
M. Yang, Y. Z. Luo, M. G. Zeng, L. Shen, Y. H. Lu, J. Zhou, S. J. Wang, I. K. Sou, and Y. P. Feng, “Pressure induced topological phase transition in layered Bi2S3”, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 19, 29372 (2017).
Y. P. Feng, L. Shen, M. Yang, A. Z. Wang, M. G. Zeng, Q. Y. Wu, S. Chintalapati and C.-R. Chang, “Prospects of spintronics based on 2D materials”, WIREs Comput. Mol. Sci. e1313 (2017).
L. Shen, M.G. Zeng, Y.H. Lu, M. Yang, and Y.P. Feng, “Simultaneous Magnetic and Charge Doping of Topological Insulators with Carbon”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 111, 236803 2013).
M.G. Zeng, L. Shen, H. Su, C. Zhang, and Y.P. Feng, “Graphene-based spin logic gates”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 98, 092110 (2011).
H. Pan, J. Yi, L. Shen, R. Wu, J.H. Yang, J.Y. Lin, Y.P. Feng, J. Ding, L.H. Van, and J.H. Yin, “Room-temperature ferromagnetism in carbon-doped ZnO”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 99, 127201 (2007).