正规的买球平台:Liu Xiao-Jing


Liu Xiao-Jing    Associate Professor, PI
InstituteSchool of Physical Science and Technology
Research AreaAtomic Molecular Physics
Contact Info.liuxj@@shanghaitech.edu.cn

1992/9—1996/7,Bachelor at department of Modern Physics, USTC, China
1996/9—2001/6,PhD for atomic molecular physics, USTC, China
2001/7—2004/2, Lecturer at school of physics, USTC, China
2004/2—2004/11,Associate Professor at school of physics, USTC, China
2004/12—2008/3,Postdoc at IMRAM, Tohoku university, Japan
2008/4—2009/12,Research Assistant Professor at IMRAM, Tohoku university, Japan
2010/1—2013/6,Beamline scientist at synchrotron SOLEIL, France
2013/7—2014/12,Research fellow at SINAP, Shanghai, China
2015/1—2017/8,Professor at Beihang university, Beijing, China
2017/9—now,Associate Professor, PI, ShanghaiTech University, China

Research Interests
Investigation of the reaction processes( e.g. excitation, ionization, Auger decay, dissociation, and etc) in atoms, molecules and cluster under interaction with synchrotron radiation, femtosecond laser and free electron laser. Atoms and molecules are the most fundamental unit in chemical reactions, while atoms, molecules and clusters are idealized target to explore the quantum multibody problem. In principle, in microscopic world, all the reactions can be uniformly described as motions of electrons and nuclei at different spatial-temporal scale, however, it is still difficult to describe this multi-body quantum system in excited states. Synchrotron radiation provides highly monochromatic photon with energy from a few tens to several thousand eV, with which the excited state can be precisely selected. Femtosecond laser provide ultrashot/ultrastrong field, with which the dynamic processes can be observed in real time. Free electron laser combined the advantage of both synchrotron and femtosecond laser. The purpose of our research is to observe the motion of electrons and nuclei in real time in the microscopic world.

Selected Publications
01. Liu, X.J., et al., Disentangling Auger decays in O2 by photoelectron-ion coincidences. Scientific Reports, 2017. 7. 2898

02. Liu, X.J., C. Nicolas, and C. Miron, In situ correction of the spherical aberration in a double-toroidal electron analyzer. Review of Scientific Instruments, 2017. 88. 023110

03. Nagaya, K., et al., Femtosecond charge and molecular dynamics of I-containing organic molecules induced by intense X-ray free-electron laser pulses. Faraday Discussions, 2016. 194: p. 537-562.

04. Liu, X.J., et al., Einstein-Bohr recoiling double-slit gedanken experiment performed at the molecular level. Nature Photonics, 2015. 9: p. 120-125.

05. Liu, X.J., C. Nicolas, and C. Miron, Design of a lens table for a double toroidal electron spectrometer. Review of Scientific Instruments, 2013. 84. 033105

06. Fukuzawa, H., et al., Deep Inner-Shell Multiphoton Ionization by Intense X-Ray Free-Electron Laser Pulses. Physical Review Letters, 2013. 110. 173005

07. Lucchese, R.R., et al., Asymmetry in the molecular-frame photoelectron angular distribution for oxygen 1s photoemission from CO2. Journal of Physics B-Atomic Molecular and Optical Physics, 2012. 45. 194014

08. Ouchi, T., et al., Three-Electron Interatomic Coulombic Decay from the Inner-Valence Double-Vacancy States in NeAr. Physical Review Letters, 2011. 107. 053401

09. Liu, X.J., et al., Breakdown of the two-step model in K-shell photoemission and subsequent decay probed by the molecular-frame photoelectron angular distributions of CO2. Physical Review Letters, 2008. 101. 083001

10. Liu, X.J., et al., Internal inelastic scattering satellite probed by molecular-frame photoelectron angular distributions from CO(2). Physical Review Letters, 2008. 101. 023001