Faculty

WANG Kedong
Associate Professor
0755-88018207
wangkd@sustech.edu.cn

Research Interests
◆ High resolution Ultra-high vacuum Low temperature/Variable Temperature Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
◆ Electronic and dynamic properties of surface and surface nanostructures;
◆ Atomic manipulation
◆ Spin dynamics and spintronics on surfaces

 

Professional Experience
◆ 2013.8- Present Associate Professor, Department of Physics, Southern University of Science and Technology
◆ 2008.8-2013.7 Research Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
◆ 2007.10-2008.7 Research Associate, Department of Physics, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
◆ 2006.11-2007.10 Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Physics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
◆ 2005.11-2006.11 Research Associate, Department of Physics, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
◆ 2005.7 - 2005.11 Visiting Scholar, He Fei National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at Microscale, Anhui, China
◆ 2003.5 - 2004.5 Research Assistant, Department of Physics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong

 

Educational Background
◆ 1999.9-2005.7 Ph.D. degree, Condensed Matter Physics, 6 Jul 2005. Graduate School of University of Science and Technology of China, Anhui, China.
◆ 1995.9-1999.7 Bachelor of Science degree, Applied Physics, 10 Jul 1999. University of Science and Technology of China, Anhui, China

 

Honors & Awards
◆ 2005.7 The Special Prize of President Scholarship for Postgraduate Students (By the Chinese Academy of Sciences)
◆ 2005.9 First Prize of Provincial Excellent Scientific and Technological Achievements in Colleges and Universities in Anhui Province
◆ 2006.7 Award of Excellent Doctoral Dissertation of Chinese Academy of Sciences
◆ 2007.11 Award of Top 100 Excellent Doctoral Dissertation of China

 

Selected Publications
1. Jiepeng Liu, Xuefeng Wu, Fangfei Ming, Kedong Wang* and Xudong Xiao*, “Superconductivity of individual Pb islands on Si(111): pseudogap, critical region, density of states, and island size”
Superconductor Science and Technology 26 , 085009 (2013);
2. Fangfei Ming, KedongWang, Shuan Pan, Jiepeng Liu, Xieqiu Zhang, Jinlong Yang, and Xudong Xiao*, “Assembling and Disassembling Ag Clusters on Si(111)-(7X7) by Vertical Atomic Manipulation”
ACS Nano 5 , 7608-7616 (2011);
3. Fangfei Ming, Kedong Wang, Xieqiu Zhang, Jiepeng Liu, Aidi Zhao, Jinlong Yang, and Xudong Xiao*, “Identifying the Numbers of Ag Atoms in their Nanostructures Grown on Si(111)-(7×7) Surface”
Journal of Physical Chemistry C 115 , 3847-3853 (2011);
4. Kedong Wang*, Xieqiu Zhang, M.M.T.Loy, T.-C.Chiang, and Xudong Xiao*, “Pseudogap mediated by quantum-size effects in lead islands”.
Physical Review Letters 102 , 076801 (2009);
5. Kedong Wang, Gang Chen, Chun Zhang, M.M.T.Loy, and Xudong Xiao*, “Intermixing of Intrabasin and Interbasin Diffusion of a Single Ag Atom on Si(111)-7×7”.
Physical Review Letters 101 , 266107 (2008);
6. Jin Zhao, Changgan Zeng, Xin Cheng, Kedong Wang, Guanwu Wang, Jinlong Yang*, J.G. Hou* and Qingshi Zhu, “Single C59N Molecule as a Molecular Rectifier”.
Physical Review Letters 95 , 045502 (2005);
7. Chun Zhang, Gang Chen, Kedong Wang, Hongwei Yang, Tao Su, C. T. Chan, M. M. T. Loy and Xudong Xiao*, “Experimental and theoretical investigation of single Cu, Ag and Au atoms adsorbed on Si(111)-7×7”.
Physical Review Letters 94 , 176104 (2005);
8. Kedong Wang, Chun Zhang, M. M. T. Loy and Xudong Xiao*, “Time-Dependent Tunneling Spectroscopy for Studying Surface Diffusion Confined in Nanostructures”.
Physical Review Letters 94 , 036103 (2005);
9. Kedong Wang, Jin Zhao, Shangfeng Yang, Lan Chen, Qunxiang Li, BingWang, Shihe Yang, Jinlong Yang*, J.G. Hou* and Qingshi Zhu, “Unveiling metal-cage hybrid states in a single endohedral metallofullerene”.
Physical Review Letters 91 , 185504 (2003);
10.J.G. Hou*, BingWang, Jinlong Yang, Kedong Wang, Wei Lu, Zhenyu Li, Haiqian Wang, D.M. Chen and Qingshi Zhu, “Disorder and Suppression of Quantum Confinement Effects in Pd Nanoparticles”
Physical Review Letters 90 , 246803 (2003);

 

Contacts
◆ E-mail: wangkd@sustech.edu.cn phkdwang@gmail.com
◆ Tel: 0755-88018207; 18950034383; 00852-67408984