Jin Tong Wang |
|Department of Physics, P.O. Box 9267, Southern University and A&M College, Baton Rouge, LA 70813
|225-771-4130 Ext. 18
Ph.D in physics, Montana State University, 1986
M.S. in Physics, Montana State University, 1983
B.S. and M.S. Equivalent in Engineering Mechanics, University of Science and Technology of China, 1965
Teaching and Research Experience
August, 2006-present , Professor, Southern University, A & M College
August, 2001-July 2006, Associate Professor, Southern
University, A & M College
August, 1995-July 2001, Assistant Professor, Southern University, A & M College
- Teaching General Physics and Lab and Thermodynamics
- Writing proposals for establishing the research program on ferroelectricity, piezoelectricity and superconductivity in association with the newly approved graduate program at Southern University.
- Conducting research on piezoelectricity, ferroelectricity, magnetism, and high Tc superconductivity
June, 1995-August, 1995, Visiting Scientist, Texas Center for Superconductivity, University of Houston.
- Engaging in the research on piezoelectric/superconducting thin films including film process by laser ablation and sputtering technique and fabricating surface acoustic wave devices, photodetector and the characterization of the films and devices.
- Participating in the research on melt-textured superconducting materials including sample preparation, Jc, Hc determination for 123 superconductor with 211 inclusion and trapped field measurements for these samples.
January, 1988-August, 1995, Lecturer/Scientist, Department of Physics, Lincoln University.
- Teaching Introductory Physics and Lab., Modern Physics, Mathematical Physics, Thermodynamics, Optics, Physical Measurement and Electronics, Special Topic: Introduction to superconductivity, Computer Interfacing, Basic.
- Conducting research program: "Impurity and Related Studies of Superconducting Materials", "Far Infrared, Magnetic, and Electronic Studies of High Tc superconducting Materials", "Magnetic and Electronic Studies of High Tc Superconducting and Related Materials", and "Undergraduate Student Research Training on Superconductivity." Supervising eight undergraduate students in research including producing superconducting samples, carrying out the resistivity, ac-dc susceptibility measurements. The results have been presented at conferences and published in journals.
- Collaborating with Jack Crow in research at Temple University on the impurity effect on high Tc superconductivity.
September, 1981-August, 1986 , graduate student, research/teaching assistant, Montana State University
- Teaching General Physics Lab.
- Performing dissertation research on ferroelectric and piezoelectric materials, having obtained Brillouin scattering at smallest angle ever achieved.
April 1996- December 1998. as a principal investigator having obtained the research grant: $540,000 from ONR for research project "Studies of Piezoelectric Materials and Devices".
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Physics Publications: 17. J. T. Wang et al., Spin-Dependence of the Electron Scattering Cross Section by a Magnetic Layer System and the Magneto-Resistance, International Journal of Modern Physics B, Vol. 12 Nos. 29, 30 & 31 (1998) 3376-3380. (1999).
16. J. T. Wang et al., The Dielectric Properties of The Piezoelectric PZT Thick Films, International Journal of Modern Physics B, Vol. 12 Nos. 29, 30 & 31 (1998) 3412-3417.. (1998).
15. J. T. Wang et al., Crystal Symmetry Dependence of The Polarization of Brillouin Scttered Light, International Journal of Modern Physics B, Vol. 12 Nos. 29, 30 & 31 (1998) 3418-3422.. (1998).
14. J.T.Wang et al., Theoretical Model for Electron Emission from the Coating-Layer on the Ferroelectric Disk, NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS AND METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH A 387 , (1997) 315-318.. (1997).
13. J.T.Wang et al., Time Dependence of the Field Cooled Magnetization in Bi 2 Sr 2 CaCu 2 Ox Single Crystal, Physica C, 282-287 (1997) 2233-2234.. (1997).
12. J.T.Wang et al. Sample Processing Pressure-Dependence of Weak Links in Polycrystalline YBa 2 Cu 3 O 7 , Physica C, 282-287 (1997) 2383-2384.. (1997).
11. J.T.Wang et al., Time Dependence of the Field Cooled Magnetization in Bi 2 Sr 2 CaCu 2 Ox Single Crystal Under Zero Field Cooled Condition, SPIE Vol. 2999, 424-430(1997).. (1997).
10. J.T.Wang, A Theoretical Model for Ferroelectric Polarization Controlled Superconductor Devices, NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS AND METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH A 387 , 1997 (in press). (1997).
9. J. T. Wang et al, Magnetic and thermodynamic properties of Sr 2 LaFe 3 O 9 , J. Appl. Phys. 79(8), (1996)6608-6610.. (1996).
8. J.T.Wang et al., Magnetic and Thermodynamic Properties of Sr1-xLaxFeO3, J. Appl. Phys. 79(8) , (1996).. (1996).
7. Z. W. Chen and J.T. Wang et al., Specific heat and magnetiztion of Co 2-x Sc 1+x Sn, J. Appl. Phys.79(8), 4812-4814(1996).. (1996).
6. T-P Chen and J.T.Wang et al., Fabrication, Superconducting Tc and Charge Transfer of VNx, NBNx, and TaNx Foils, Physics Letters A 217 , 167. (1996).
5. C.L.Lin and J.T.Wang et al., Observation of Glass Behavior at Low Fields Polycrystalline YBa2Cu3O7, Phys. Rev. B 51 , 8390. (1995).
4. T.P.Chen and J.T.Wang et al., Electron Energy Loss Studies on V, Nb, Ta and VN, NbN, and TaN, Physics Letters A 173 , 163(1993).. (1993).
3. Jin Tong Wang et al., Anomalies of Hypersound Velocity and Attenuation in Ferroelectric Tris-sarcosine Calcium Chloride (TSCC) for small-angle and right-angle Brillouin Scattering and Bdrillouin Backscattering, Physical Review B, Vol. 34 (1986) 416-422. (1986).
2. J.T.Wang et al., Anomalies of Hypersound Velocity and Attenuation in Ferroelectric Tri-Sarcosine Calcium Chloride (TSCC) for Small-Angle, Right-Angle Brillouin Scattering and Brillouin Backscattering, Phys. Rev. B 34 , 416. (1986).
1. T. Hikita and J.T. Wang et al, Anisotropy in Anomalies of Hypersound Velocity and Attenuation in Ferroelectric TSCC, Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 24(1985) Supplement 24-2, pp. 494-496.. (1985).
COLLABORATORS : Jack Crow, Paul C.W. Chu.
POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS : one, graduate students : one.
Ph. D ADVISOR : Hugo Schmidt .