Dr Chin-Wei Wang is an instrument scientist for the Wombat high-intensity neutron powder diffractometer, and can operate the Echidna high-resolution neutron diffractometer as well. Chin-Wei’s main research interests are magnetic properties, ferroelectricity, and multiferroics. He uses neutron scattering on these topics and is happy to collaborate with researchers on these topics.



Phone: +61 2 9717 7714
Email: wang.chin.wei.gm@gmail.com

Education

BSc.: Department of Physics, National Central Uni.

MSc.: Department of Physics, National Central Uni.

PhD: Department of Physics, National Central Uni.

Experience
  • 2010~2013
     Postdocs
     Center for Neutron Bean Applications, National Central Uni.

  • 2013~Now
     Assistant Researcher
     National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center
My publication
Chin-Wei Wang, Chi-Hung Lee, Chi-Yen Li, Chun-Ming Wu, Wen-Hsien Li, Chih-Chieh Chou, Hung-Duen Yang, Jeffrey W. Lynn, Qingzhen Huang, and Helmuth Berger
Complex magnetic couplings in Co3TeO6
Phys. Rev. B. 88, 184427 (2013)
Sunil K. Karna, Wen-Hsien Li, Chun-Ming Wu, Chin-Wei Wang, Chi-Yen Li, Raman Sankar, and Fang Cheng Chou
Magnetic-Field Tunable Negative Thermal Expansion in Layered Oxyselenide BiOCuSe
J. Phys. Soc. Jpn. 82, 094705 (2013)
Chun-Ming Wu, Sunil K. Karna, ShihuBin Liu, Chi-Hung Li, Chin-Wei Wang and Wen-Hsien Li
Inversse magnetic proximity effects in superconducting In-Ni and Sn-Ni nanoparticle assemblies
J. Nanopart. Res, 15 1691 (2013)
Chi-Yen Li, Sunil K. Karna, Chin-Wei, Wang and Wen-Hsien Li
Spin Polarization and Quantum Spins in Au Nanoparticles
Int. J. Mol .Sci. 14, 17618 (2013)
Sunil K. Karna, Chi-Hang Hung, Chun-Ming Wu, Chin-Wei Wang, Wen-Hsien Li, Raman Sankar, Fang Cheng Chou and Maxim Avddev
Large magnetoresistance and charge transfer between the conduction and magnetic electrons in layered oxyselenide BiOCu0.96S
Dalton Trans. (2013)

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