WANG Jian-ShengPhD, Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA (1987)
Office : S12-03-15 | Tel : (65) 6516 6880
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- Prof. Wang's research focus is on the problems of quantum thermal transport in nanostructures and the development of nonequilibrium Green's function (NEGF) method for such problems. Most recently, he studies full counting statistics of heat transport in junctions. Other topics of current interests include molecular dynamics simulation with quantum baths, phonon Hall effect, quantum master equation approach to heat transport, Joule heating and electron-phonon interaction.
- His earlier research has been in Monte Carlo method and cluster algorithms for efficient computer simulations in statistical physics.
J.-S. Wang and J. Peng, ``Capacitor physics in ultra-near-field heat transfer,’’ EPL 118, 24001 (2017).
R. H. Swendsen and J.-S. Wang, “Gibbs volume entropy is incorrect,” Phys. Rev. E 92, 020103(R) (2015).
J. Thingna, H. Zhou, and J.-S. Wang, “Improved Dyson series expansion for steady-state quantum transport beyond the weak coupling limit - divergences and resolution”, J. Chem. Phys. 141, 194101 (2014).
J. Thingna and J.-S. Wang, “Spin rectifcation in thermally driven XXZ spin chain via spin-Seebeck effect”, EPL 104, 37006 (2013).
H. Li, B. K. Agarwalla, and J.-S. Wang, “Generalized Caroli formula for the transmission coefficient with lead-lead coupling”, Phys. Rev. E 86, 011141 (2012).
J.-S. Wang, B.K. Agarwalla, and H. Li, “Transient behavior of full counting statistics in thermal transport”, Phys. Rev. B 84, 153412 (2011).
L. Zhang, J. Ren, J.-S. Wang, and B. Li, “Topological nature of the phonon Hall effect”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 105, 225901 (2010).