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彭栋梁
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彭栋梁

姓名:彭栋梁

职称:教授、博士生导师

电话:0592-2180155

传真:0592-2183515

邮箱:dlpeng@xmu.edu.cn

个人简历

 彭栋梁教授,理学和工学博士,博士生导师,现任厦门大学材料学院副院长。国家杰出青年科学基金获得者,福建省“闽江学者”特聘教授,“福建省百千万人才工程”人选。中国电子学会应用磁学分会委员会委员,中国材料研究学会纳米材料与器件分会第一届理事会理事,Steering Committee Member of the International Conference on Fine Particle Magnetism (2012.6—至今)。Scientific Reports杂志Editorial Board Member,《金属功能材料》杂志编委会委员,《功能材料》 杂志编委会委员。 


工作经历:

1983年7月-1995年9月兰州大学物理系助教、讲师、副教授

1998年1月-2001年11月日本东北大学-日本文部科学省科学技术振兴事业团研究员

2001年12月-2003年11月日本名古屋工业大学-日本文部科学省日本学术振兴会(JSPS) 特别研究员

2003年12月-2005年3月日本名古屋工业大学材料科学与工程系 高级研究员

2005年4月-2006年3月日本名古屋工业大学材料科学与工程系 副教授

2005年12月-至今厦门大学材料科学与工程系 教授、博士生导师、闽江学者特聘教授


教育经历:

1983年6月兰州大学物理系本科毕业,获理学学士学位

1989年6月兰州大学物理系固体物理专业硕士研究生毕业,获理学硕士学位

1993年9月兰州大学物理系凝聚态物理专业,博士研究生入学

1995年10月-1997年10月作为中国和日本联合培养博士生在日本东北大学金属材料研究所留学

1997年12月兰州大学物理系凝聚态物理专业博士研究生毕业,获理学博士学位

2002年3月再获日本名古屋工业大学材料科学与工程专业 ,获工学博士学位


研究领域

      长期从事磁性材料、纳米和低维功能材料、能源材料、光电材料,硬质薄膜和涂层材料的研究。

主要科研成果

        先后承担了多项有关薄膜功能材料和纳米材料的科研项目,包括主持国家杰出青年科学基金、国家重大科学研究计划课题(973计划)、国家科技支撑计划课题、国家自然科学基金等科研项目。已在ACS Nano、Chem. Soc. Rev.、Scientific Reports、Applied Physics Letters、Phys. Rev. B、Small、Nanoscale、Journal of Materials Chemistry、ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces、Journal of Power Sources、Electrochimica Acta、Nanotechnology等国际国内著名学术刊物上共发表科研论文210多篇,其中SCI收录论文180多篇。论文被包括Nature,Science在内的SCI论文引用2300多次。受邀参编美国科学出版社出版的《Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology》。已授权日本发明专利6项,授权中国发明专项8项。

主要代表学术论著与论文

(1)Q. S. Xie, Y. Ma, X. Wang, D. Zeng, L. S. Wang, L. Mai, and D. L. Peng*, “Electrostatic Assembly of Sandwich-like Ag-C@ZnO-C@Ag-C Hybrid Hollow Microspheres with Excellent High-Rate Lithium Storage Properties”, ACS Nano, 10 (2016) 1283-1291.

(2)J. B. Wang, W. B. Mi, L. S. Wang, D. Q. Zeng, Y. Z. Chen, and D. L. Peng*, “Anomalous Hall effect in monodisperse CoO-coated Co nanocluster-assembled films”, J. Magn. Magn. Mater., 401 (2016) 30-37. 

(3)J. B. Wang, W. B. Mi, L. S. Wang, and D. L. Peng*, “Interfacial-scattering-induced enhancement of the anomalous Hall effect in uniform Fe nanocluster-assembled films”, Europhysics Letters, 109 (2015) 17012.

(4)M. B. Gawande*, A. Goswami, T. Asefa, H. Guo, A. V. Biradar, D. L. Peng, R. Zboril*, and R. S. Varma*, “Core–shell nanoparticles: synthesis and applications in catalysis and electrocatalysis”, Chem. Soc. Rev., 44 (2015) 7540-7590.

(5)Q. S. Xie, Y. Ma, D. Zeng, L. S. Wang, G. H. Yue, and D. L. Peng*, “Facile fabrication of various zinc-nickel citrate microspheres and their transformation to ZnO-NiO hybrid microspheres with excellent lithium storage properties”, Scientific Reports, 5 (2015) 08351.

(6)Y. Chen*, D. Zeng, M. B. Cortie, A. Dowd, H. Guo, J. B. Wang, D. L. Peng*, Seed-Induced Growth of Flower-Like Au-Ni-ZnO Metal-Semiconductor Hybrid Nanocrystals for Photocatalytic Applications, Small, 11 (2015) 1460-1469.

(7)D. Zeng, Y. Chen,* Z. Wang, J. B. Wang, Q. S. Xie and D. L. Peng*, “Synthesis of Ni–Au–ZnO ternary magnetic hybrid nanocrystals with enhanced photocatalytic activity”, Nanoscale, 7 (2015) 11371-11378.

(8)X. L. Liu, L.S. Wang*, R. Xu, Q. Luo, L. Xu, B. B. Yuan, C. Y. Zou, J. B. Wang, and D. L. Peng*, “Influence of total film thickness on high-frequency magnetic properties of the [FeCoSiN/SiNx]n multilayer thin films”, J. Magn. Magn. Mater., 374 (2015) 85-91.

(9)L.S. Wang, S.J. Nie, J.B. Wang, L. Xu, B.B. Yuan, X.L. Liu, Q. Luo, Y. Chen, G.H. Yue, D. L. Peng*, “Effect of experiment parameters on the structure and magnetic properties of NiZn-ferrite films”, Materials Chemistry and Physics, 160 (2015) 321-328.

(10)X. Liu, H. Z. Guo, Q. S. Xie, Q. Luo, L. S. Wang*, D. L. Peng*, “Enhanced microwave absorption properties in GHz range of Fe3O4/C composite materials”, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 649 (2015) 537-543.

(11)Y. Ma, Q. S. Xie, X. Liu, Y. Zhao, D. Zeng, L. S. Wang, Y. Zheng, and D. L. Peng*, “Synthesis of amorphous ZnSnO3 double-shell hollow microcubes as advanced anode materials for lithium ion batteries”, Electrochimica Acta, 182 (2015) 327-333.

(12)Q. S. Xie, D. Zeng, Y. T. Ma, L. Lin, L. S. Wang, and D. L. Peng*, “Synthesis of ZnO–ZnCo2O4 hybrid hollow microspheres with excellent lithium storage properties”, Electrochimica Acta, 169 (2015) 283-290.

(13)A. Lu, X. Zhang, Y. Chen*, Q. S. Xie, Q. Qi, Y. Ma and D. L. Peng*, “Synthesis of Co2P/graphene nanocomposites and their enhanced properties as anode materials for lithium ion batteries”, Journal of Power Sources, 295 (2015) 329-335.

(14)D. Zeng, Y. Chen*, J. Peng, Q. S. Xie, and D. L. Peng*, “Synthesis and photocatalytic properties of multi-morphological AuCu3–ZnO hybrid nanocrystals”, Nanotechnology, 26 (2015) 415602.

(15)H. Z. Guo, X. Liu, C. Bai, Y. Chen*, L. S. Wang, M. Zheng, Q. Dong, and D. L. Peng*, “Effect of Component Distribution and Nanoporosity in CuPt Nanotubes on Electrocatalysis of the Oxygen Reduction Reaction”, ChemSusChem, 8 (2015) 486-494.

(16)J. B. Wang, W. B. Mi, L. S. Wang, Q. F. Zhang, and D. L. Peng*, “Enhanced anomalous Hall effect in Fe nanocluster assembled thin films”, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 16 (2014) 16623.

(17)M. Li, Y. Chen*, N. Ji, D. Zeng, and D. L. Peng*, “Preparation of monodisperse Ni nanoparticles and their assembly into 3D nanoparticle superlattices”, Materials Chemistry and Physics, 147 (2014) 604-610.

(18)J. B. Wang, L. S. Wang, H. Z. Guo, M. Lei, Q. F. Zhang, G. H. Yue, Y. Chen, and D. L. Peng*, “Structural and magnetic properties of Fe65Co35@Ni0.5Zn0.5Fe2O4 composite thin films prepared by a novel nanocomposite technology”, J. Alloys Compd., 608 (2014) 323–328.


(19)R. Xu, L. S. Wang*, X. L. Liu, M. Lei, H. Z. Guo, Y. Chen, J. B. Wang, and D.L. Peng*, “Influence of substrate temperature on high-frequency soft magnetic properties of [Fe80Ni20–O/NiZn–ferrite]n multilayer thin films”, J. Alloys Compd., 604 (2014) 43–49.

(20)A. L. Lu, Y. Chen*, H. Li, A. Dowd, M. B. Cortie, Q. S. Xie, H. Z. Guo, Q. Q. Qi, and D. L. Peng*, “Magnetic Metal Phosphide Nanorods as Effective Hydrogen-Evolution Electrocatalysts”, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, 9(2014)18919-18928.

(21)H. Z. Guo, X. Liu, Y. Hou, Q. S. Xie, L. S. Wang, H. Geng, and D. L. Peng*, “Magnetically Separable and Recyclable Urchin-Like Co-P Hollow Nanocomposites for Catalytic Hydrogen Generation”, J. Power Sources, 260 (2014) 100-108.

(22)Q. S. Xie, Y. T. Ma, X. Q. Zhang, H. Z. Guo, A. L. Lu, L. S. Wang, G. H. Yue, and D. L. Peng*, “Synthesis of amorphous ZnSnO3-C hollow microcubes as advanced anode materials for lithium ion batteries”, Electrochimica Acta, 141 (2014) 374–383.

(23)Q. S. Xie, Y. T. Ma, D. Zeng, X. Q. Zhang, L. S. Wang, G. H. Yue, and D. L. Peng*, “Hierarchical ZnO-Ag-C Composite Porous Microspheres with Superior Electrochemical Properties as Anode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries”, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 6 (2014) 19895-19904.

(24)Q. S. Xie, Y. Zhao, H. Z. Guo, A. L. Lu, X. X. Zhang, L. S. Wang, M. S. Chen, and D. L. Peng*, “Facile preparation of well-dispersed CeO2-ZnO composite hollow microspheres with enhanced catalytic activity for CO oxidation”, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 6 (2014) 421-428.

(25)H. Z. Guo, Y. Chen*, M. B. Cortie, X. Liu, Q. S. Xie, X. Wang, and D. L. Peng*, “Shape-Selective Formation of Monodisperse Copper Nanospheres and Nanocubes via Disproportionation Reaction Route and Their Optical Properties”, J. Phys. Chem. C, 118 (2014) 9801−9808.

(26)Q. S. Xie, X. Q. Zhang, X. Wu, H. Wu, X. Liu, G. H. Yue, Y. Yang, and D. L. Peng*, Yolk-shell ZnO-C microspheres with enhanced electrochemical performance as anode material for lithium ion batteries, Electrochimica Acta, 125(2014) 659–665

(27)A. L. Lu, Y. Chen*, D. Q. Zeng, M. Li, Q. S. Xie, X. X. Zhang, and D. L. Peng*, “Shaperelated optical and catalytic properties of wurtzitetype CoO nanoplates and nanorods”, Nanotechnology, 25 (2014) 035707.

(28)Y. Chen*, D. Q. Zeng, K. Zhang, A. L. Lu, L. S. Wang, and D. L. Peng*, “Au–ZnO hybrid nanoflowers, nanomultipods and nanopyramids: one-pot reaction synthesis and photocatalytic properties”, Nanoscale , 6 (2014) 874–881.

(29)D. Zeng, Y. Chen,* A. Lu, M. Li, H. Guo, J. Wang, and D. L. Peng*, “Ni-Cu@Au-Cu nanowires with tunable magnetic and plasmonic properties: nonaqueous injection synthesis and characterization”, Chem. Commun., 49(2013)11545-11547.

(30)H. Guo, N. Lin, Y. Chen, Z. W. Wang, Q. S. Xie, T. C. Zheng, N. Gao, S. P. Li, J. Y. Kang, D. J. Cai, and D. L. Peng*, “Copper Nanowires as Fully Transparent Conductive Electrodes”, Scientific Reports, 3 (2013) 02323.

(31)H. Guo, Y. Chen, H. Ping, J. Jin, and D. L. Peng*, “Facile Synthesis of Cu and Cu@Cu-Ni Nanocubes and Nanowires in Hydrophobic Solution in the Presence of Nickel and Chlorine Ions”, Nanoscale, 5(2013)2394-2402.

(32)Q. S. Xie, F. Li, H. Guo, L. S. Wang, Y. Chen, G. H. Yue, and D. L. Peng*, “Template-Free Synthesis of Amorphous Double-Shelled Zinc–Cobalt Citrate Hollow Microspheres and Their Transformation to Crystalline ZnCo2O4 Microspheres”, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 5(2013) 5508-5517.

(33)X. X. Zhang, Q. S. Xie, G. H. Yue*, Y. Zhang, X. Q. Zhang, A. L. Lu, and D. L. Peng*, “A novel hierarchical network-like Co3O4 anode material for lithium batteries”, Electrochimica Acta, 111(2013)746-754.

(34)X. Liu, Y. Chen, L. S. Wang, and D. L. Peng*, “Transition from paramagnetism to ferromagnetism in HfO2 nanorods”, J. Appl. Phys., 113(2013)076102.

(35)Y. Wang, H. Geng, J. B. Wang, S. Nie, L. S. Wang, Y. Chen, and D. L. Peng*, “Magnetic properties of [Fe65Co35-O/SiO2]n multilayer thin films for high-frequency application”, Applied Physics A, 111(2013)569–574.

(36)H. Geng, J. Q. Wei, S. J. Nie, Y. Wang, Z. W. Wang, L. S. Wang, Y. Chen, D. L. Peng*, F. S. Li, and D. S. Xue, “[Fe80Ni20-O/SiO2]n multilayer thin films for applications in GHz range”, Materials Letters, 92(2013)346-349.

(37)H. Guo, Y. Chen*, H. Ping, L. S. Wang, and D. L. Peng*, “One-Pot Synthesis of Hexagonal and Triangular Nickel-Copper Alloy Nanoplates and Their Magnetic and Catalytic Properties”, J. Mater. Chem., 22(2012)8336-8344. (IF=5.968)

(38)H. She, Y. Chen*, X. Chen, K. Zhang, Z. Wang, and D. L. Peng*, “Structure, optical and magnetic properties of Ni@Au and Au@Ni nanoparticles synthesized via non-aqueous approaches”, J. Mater. Chem., 22(2012)2757-2765. (IF=5.968)

(39)A. Lu, Y. Chen, J. Jin, G. H. Yue, and D. L. Peng*, “CoO nanocrystals as a highly active catalyst for the generation of hydrogen from hydrolysis of sodium borohydride”, J. Power Sources, 220(2012)391-398. (IF=4.951)

(40)H. Geng, Y. Wang, J. B. Wang, Z. Q. Li, S. J. Nie, L. S. Wang, Y. Chen, D. L. Peng*, “Method to improve high-frequency magnetic characteristics of Fe80Ni20-O alloy films by introducing low-dose oxygen”, Materials Letters 67 (2012) 99–102.

(41)L.S. Wang, S.J. Liu, H.Z. Guo, Y. Chen, G.H. Yue, D. L. Peng*, T. Hihara, and K. Sumiyama, “Preparation and characterization of the ZnO:Al/Fe65Co35/ZnO:Al multifunctional films”, Applied Physics A, 106(2012)717–723.

(42)H. Guo, Y. Chen, X. Chen, R. Wen, G. H. Yue, and D. L. Peng*, “Facile synthesis of near-monodisperse Ag@Ni core-shell nanoparticles and their application for catalytic generation of hydrogen”, Nanotechnology, 22 (2011) 195604.

(43)L.S. Wang, R.T. Wen, Y. Chen, G.H. Yue, D.L. Peng*, and T. Hihara, “Gas-phase preparation and size control of Fe nanoparticles”, Applied Physics A, 103 (2011) 1015-1020.

(44)K. Zhang, L.S. Wang, G.H. Yue, Y.Z Chen, D. L. Peng*, Z.B. Qi, and Z.C. Wang, “Structure and mechanical properties of TiAlSiN/Si3N4 multilayer coatings”, Surf. Coat. Tech., 205 (2011) 3588-3595.

(45)H. She, Y. Chen*, R. Wen, K. Zhang, G. H. Yue, D. L. Peng*, “A nonaqueous approach to the preparation of iron phosphide nanowires”, Nanoscale Res. Lett., 5 (2010) 786-790.

(46)W. Wang Y. Chen, G.H. Yue, K. Sumiyama, T. Hihara, D. L. Peng*, “Magnetic softness and high-frequency characteristics of Fe65Co35-O alloy films”, J. Appl. Phys., 106 (2009) 013912.

(47)L.S. Wang, G.H. Yue, Y.Z. Chen, R.T. Wen, X. Wang. D.L. Peng*, “Synthesis and characterization of ferromagnetic transparent conductive films”, Mater. Chem. Phys., 117 (2009) 224-227.

(48)Y. Chen, X. Luo, X. Luo, and D. L. Peng*, “The synthesis of iron-nickel nanoparticles via a nonaqueous organometallic route”, Materials Chemistry and Physics, 113 (2009) 412-416.

(49)D. L. Peng*, K. Sumiyama, K. Kumagai, T. Yamabuchi, D. Kobayashi, and T. Hihara, “Magnetic and electrical characteristics in dense Fe-Ni alloy cluster-assembled films prepared by energetic cluster deposition”, Journal of Materials Research, 23 (2008) 189-197.

(50)Y. Chen, D. L. Peng*, D. Lin and X. Luo, “Preparation and magnetic properties of nickel nanoparticles via the thermal decomposition of nickel organometallic precursor in alkylamines”, Nanotechnology, 18 (2007) 505703.

(51)D. L. Peng*, H. Yamada, K. Sumiyama, T. Hihara and K. Kumagai, “Soft magnetic property and magnetic exchange correlation in high-density Fe-Co alloy cluster-assemblies”, J. Appl. Phys., 102 (2007) 033917-1--033917-6.

(52)S. Yamamuro, K. Yamamoto, D. L. Peng, T. Hirayama, and K. Sumiyama, “Random dipolar ferromagnetism in Co/CoO core-shell cluster assemblies observed by electron holography”, Appl. Phys. Lett., 90 (2007) 242510--242510-3.

(53)R. Katoh, T. Hihara, D. L. Peng, and K. Sumiyama, “Magnetic and electrical properties of Fe/Si core-shell cluster assemblies prepared with double glow discharge sources”, Appl. Phys. Lett., 87 (2005) 252501-1--252501-3.

(54)D. L. Peng*, H. Yamada, T. Hihara T. Uchida, and K. Sumiyama, “Dense Fe cluster-assembled films by energetic cluster deposition”, Appl. Phys. Lett., 85 (2004) 2935-2937.

(55)D. L. Peng*, T. Hihara and K. Sumiyama, “Formation and magnetic properties of Fe-Pt alloy clusters by plasma-gas condensation”, Appl. Phys. Lett., 83 (2003) 350-352.

(56)R. Katoh, T. Hihara, D. L. Peng, and K. Sumiyama, “Composite deposition of Co and Si clusters by rf/dc plasma-gas-condensation”, Appl. Phys. Lett., 82 (2003) 2688-2690.

(57)D. L. Peng*, T. Asai, N. Nozawa, T. Hihara and K. Sumiyama, “Magnetic properties and magnetoresistance in small iron oxide cluster assemblies”, Appl. Phys. Lett., 81 (2002) 4598-4600.

(58)D. L. Peng*, T. Hihara, K. Sumiyama and H. Morikawa, “Structural and magnetic characteristics of monodispersed Fe and oxide-coated Fe cluster assemblies”, J. Appl. Phys., 92 (2002) 3075-3083.

(59)D. L. Peng*, T. J. Konno, K. Wakoh, T. Hihara and K. Sumiyama, “Co cluster coalescence behavior observed by electrical conduction and transmission electron microscopy”, Appl. Phys. Lett., 78 (2001) 1535-1537.

(60)D. L. Peng*, K. Sumiyama, T. Hihara, S. Yamamuro and T. J. Konno, “Magnetic properties of monodispersed Co/CoO cluster assemblies”, Phys. Rev. B, 61 (2000) 3103-3109.

(61)D. L. Peng*, K. Sumiyama, T. Hihara and S. Yamamuro, “Enhancement of magnetic coercivity and macroscopic quantum tunneling in monodispersed Co/CoO cluster assemblies”, Appl. Phys. Lett., 75(1999)3856-3858.

(62)D. L. Peng, K. Sumiyama, S. Yamamuro, T. Hihara and T. J. Konno, “Characteristic Tunnel-type Conductivity and Magnetoresistance in a CoO-coated Monodispersive Co Cluster Assembly”, Appl. Phys. Lett., 74 (1999) 76-78.

(63)D. L. Peng*, K. Sumiyama, T. J. Konno, T. Hihara and S. Yamamuro, “Characteristic transport properties of CoO-coated monodispersive Co cluster assemblies”, Phys. Rev. B, 60 (1999) 2093-2100.

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