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Engineering Materials

Location:
San Francisco, California, United States
Posted:
January 23, 2017

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Jun Jiang, Ph.D.

US Permanent Resident, Relocatable

(302)-***-**** acyfog@r.postjobfree.com

Highlights

Experienced, self-motivated and productive Materials Innovator with strong problem solving abilities

6+ years’ hand-on experience in compositional, structural and electrochemical characterization

6+ years’ hand-on experience in developing metal/alloy materials

Expertise in design, modeling, fabrication, characterization, testing, and analysis

Strong written/verbal communication skills (16 publications, 6 conferences talks)

Teamwork & leadership (supervised graduate students & undergraduate students)

Clean room and Microfabrication Techniques: Sputtering, PLD, ALD, Thermal evaporation, E-beam evaporation, CVD, Screen-printing, Optical Lithography, E-beam Lithography, Dry/wet etching, Thermal annealing, Ion milling, Lift-off, Vacuum system maintenance/troubleshooting

Bulk Material Fabrication: Ball milling, Calcination, Sintering, Sol-gel

Material Characterization & Analysis: Optical microscope, Interferometer, Profilometer, Ellipsometry, AFM; XRD, XPS, SIMS, FTIR, Raman; SEM/EDS, TEM, STEM, FIB; TGA, DSC; GC, Mass spectrometry, EIS, UV-Vis

Software analysis: MatLab, LabVIEW, Origin, CAD, C/C++, UG, Solid Works, Crystal Maker, LaTex, Materials Studio, Photoshop, Jade, Zview, HSC

Professional Experience

Postdoctoral Fellow

Purdue University, Materials Engineering 2016 – present

Developed metastable oxide phases as fast oxide ion conductors for low temperature solid oxide fuel cells, sensor and memristive devices

Postdoctoral Fellow

Harvard University, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences 2014 – 2015

Developed thin film carbides as novel anode materials for low temperature direct hydrocarbon solid oxide fuel cells

Invented a hybrid electrochemical system operating as both solid oxide fuel cells and batteries

Designed, fabricated and tested a series of metal-ceria catalysts for low temperature methane oxidation and coking resistance

Research Assistant

University of Delaware, Materials Science and Engineering 2010 – 2014

Established a new way to deposit oxide ion conductor thin films with modulated composition, strain (lattice parameter) and thickness

Demonstrated the effect of epitaxial growth, strain, and substrate treatment on the electrochemical properties of ultra-thin doped zirconia and ceria thin films

Pioneered the research on the electrochemical properties of multi-layer oxide ion conductor with modulated composition and strain

Research Internship National Center for Nanoscience and Technology, Beijing, China 2009

Implemented the epitaxial growth of ZnO nanostructure using thermal evaporation

Simulated the doping mechanism of P, As and Sb doped ZnO using first principle simulation

Research Assistant HUST, Lab of Batteries for Power Sources and Energy Storage 2008

Developed a new strategy to synthesize TiO2 nanotube for improving the efficiency of dye-sensitized solar cell

Education

Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering

University of Delaware 2010 – 2014

B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering

Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China 2006 – 2010

Journal Publications

1.J. Jiang et al., “Experimental investigation into tungsten carbide thin films as solid oxide fuel cell anodes”, Journal of Materials Research, 31, 3050 (2016)

2.X. Guan, J. Jiang et al., “Hydride-based solid oxide fuel cell-battery hybrid electrochemical system”, Energy Technology, 4,1 (2016)

3.J. Chen, J. Jiang et al., “Self-limited kinetics of electron doping in correlated oxides”, Applied Physics Letters, 107, 031*** (****)

4.B. McNealy, J. Jiang et al., “A precise, reduced-parameter model of thin film electrolyte impedance”, Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 162, F537 (2015)

5.W. Shen, J. Jiang et al., “Using thin films to investigate heterogeneous defect chemistry”, Journal of Electroceramics, 34, 74 (2015)

6.J. Jiang et al., “Intermediate temperature surface proton conduction on dense YSZ thin films”, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2, 19550 (2014)

7.W. Shen, J. Jiang et al., “Beneficial lattice strain in heterogeneously doped ceria”, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 118, 22904 (2014)

8.W. Shen, J. Jiang et al., “Reduced ionic conductivity in biaxially compressed ceria”, RSC Advances, 4, 21625 (2014)

9.N. Ye, J. Jiang et al., “Zn, Ga, and Ca substituted transition-metal-free oxides with K2NiF4 structure”, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2, 7563 (2014)

10.J. Jiang et al., “Microstructure and ionic conductivity of yttria-stabilized zirconia thin films deposited on MgO”, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 97, 1131 (2014)

11.J. Jiang et al., “On the variability of reported ionic conductivity of nanoscale YSZ thin films”, Journal of Electroceramics, 32, 37 (2014)

12.W. Shen, J. Jiang et al., “Two-dimensional vacancy trapping in yttria-doped ceria”, Solid State Ionics, 255, 13 (2014)

13.J. Jiang et al., “The effects of substrate surface structure on yttria stabilized zirconia thin films”, Applied Surface Science, 293, *** (****)

14.J. Jiang et al., “Structure and ionic conductivity of nanoscale gadolinia-doped ceria thin films”, Solid State Ionics, 249-250, *** (****)

15.J. Jiang et al., “Improved ionic conductivity in strained yttria-stabilized zirconia thin films”, Applied Physics Letters, 102, 143*** (****)

16.J. Jiang et al., “Fabrication of epitaxial zirconia and ceria thin films with arbitrary dopant and host atom composition”, Thin Solid Films, 522, 66 (2012)

Conferences Presentations

1.J. Jiang, “Nanowire WOx sensors from oxidation of WC thin films”, Materials Research Society 2016 Spring Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, Mar. 28, 2016

2.J. Jiang, “Tungsten carbide anodes for low temperature solid oxide fuel cells”, Materials Research Society 2015 Fall Meeting, Boston, MA, Nov. 29, 2015

3.J. Jiang, “Thin film carbide anodes for fuel cells”, 20th International Conference on Solid State Ionics, Keystone, CO, Jun. 18, 2015

4.J. Jiang, “Lattice strain effect on ionic conductivity of zirconia and ceria based thin films”, Materials Research Society 2013 Fall Meeting, Boston, MA, Dec. 3, 2013

5.J. Jiang, “Fabrication and electrochemical properties of strained zirconia and ceria thin films”, Materials Research Society 2012 Fall Meeting, Boston, MA, Nov. 28, 2012

6.J. Jiang, “The fabrication and electrochemical properties of strained YSZ/GDC thin films”, Materials Research Society 2011 Fall Meeting, Boston, MA, Nov. 28, 2011



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