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Biography

Dr. Hao Wang

Department of Physics & Astronomy
Rutgers University, USA

Postdoctoral Associate


Research field: Atomic and electronic structures of surfaces and 2D materials (e.g. graphene), thin film growth, nanostructure self-assembly, scanning probe microscopy, photoemission spectroscopy


Email: haowang@physics.rutgers.edu


Qualifications


2008 Ph.D., Rutgers University - New Brunswick, USA
2000 M.S., Peking University, Beijing, China
1997 B.S., Peking University, Beijing, China


Publications (selected)

  1. P. Kaghazchi, T. Jacob, X. Yang, G. Junno, H. Wang, W. Chen, B. E. Koel and R. A. Bartynski, “Theoretical study of carbon adsorption on Re surfaces: morphological instability”, Catal. Lett. (in press)
  2. H. Wang, W. H. Chen, R. A. Bartynski, P. Kaghazchi and T. Jacob, “Nitrogen-induced reconstruction and faceting of Re(1121)”, J. Chem. Phys. 140, 024707 (2014).
  3. Q. T. Shen, W. H. Chen, H. Wang and R. A. Bartynski, “Morphological stability of oxygenand nitrogen-covered Ru(1121)”,J. Chem. Phys. 139, 084707 (2013).
  4. X. F. Yang, B. E. Koel, H. Wang, W. H. Chen and R. A. Bartynski, “Nanofaceted C/Re(1121): fabrication, structure, and template for synthesizing nanostructured model Pt electrocatalyst
    for hydrogen evolution reaction”, ACS Nano 6, 1404-1409 (2012).
  5. Q. T. Shen, W. H. Chen, H. Wang, Govind, T. E. Madey and R. A. Bartynski, “ Nano-faceting of the Ru (1120) surface”, Surf. Sci. 604, L12-L15 (2010).
  6. Govind, W. H. Chen, H. Wang and T. E. Madey, “Growth of oxygen-induced nanoscalepyramidal facets on Rh(210) surface”, Phys. Rev. B 81, 085415 (2010).
  7. Govind, W. H. Chen, H. Wang and T. E. Madey, “Oxygen induced facet formation on Rh(210) surface”, Appl. Surf. Sci. 256, 371-375 (2009).
  8. M. Reyhan, H. Wang and T. E. Madey, “Preferential nucleation of metallic clusters on a nanotemplate: Co on oxygen-faceted Re(1231)”, Catal. Lett., 129, 46–49 (2009).
  9. P. Kaghazchi, T. Jacob, H. Wang, W. H. Chen and T. E. Madey, “First-principles studies on adsorbate-induced faceting of Re(1121)”, Phys. Rev. B 79, 132107 (2009).
  10. T. E. Madey, W. H. Chen, H. Wang, P. Kaghazchi and T. Jacob, “Nanoscale surface chemistry over faceted substrates: structure, reactivity and nanotemplates”, Chem. Soc. Rev.
    37, 2310-2327 (2008).
  11. H. Wang, A. S. Y. Chan, W. H. Chen, P. Kaghazchi, T. Jacob and T. E. Madey, “Facet stability in oxygen-induced faceting of Re(1231)”, ACS Nano 1, 449-455 (2007).
  12. H. Wang, W. H. Chen and T. E. Madey, “Morphological evolution in oxygen-induced faceting of Re(1231)”, Phys. Rev. B 74, 205426:1-11 (2006).
  13. A. S. Y. Chan, G. K. Wertheim, H. Wang, M. D. Ulrich, J. E. Rowe and T. E. Madey, “Surface atom core-level shifts of clean and oxygen-covered Re(1231)”, Phys. Rev. B 72, 035442
    (2005).
  14. A. S. Y. Chan, W. H. Chen, H. Wang, J. E. Rowe and T. E. Madey, “Methanol reactions over oxygen-modified re surfaces: Influence of surface structure and oxidation ”, J. Phys. Chem.
    B 108,14643 (2004).
  15. X. Y. Zhao, H. Wang, R. G. Zhao and W. S. Yang, “Self-assembly of amino acids on the Cu(001) surface”, Mat. Sci. Eng. C-Bio. S 16, 41 (2001).
  16. X. Y. Zhao, H. Wang, H. Yan, Z. Gai, R. G. Zhao and W. S. Yang, “Adsorption behavior of amino acids on copper surfaces”, Chinese Phys. 10, S84-S95 (2001).
  17. H. Wang, X. Y. Zhao, R. G. Zhao and W. S. Yang, “Adsorption of L-phenylalanine on Cu(001)”, Chinese Phys. Lett. 18, 45 (2001).
  18. H. Wang, X. Y. Zhao and W. S. Yang, “Adsorption of aspartic acid on Cu(001) studied by scanning tunneling microscopy ”, Acta Phys. Sin. 49, 1316 (2000) (in Chinese).

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