Physics & Astronomy
Louisiana State University
United States of America
"Dr. Jiandi Zhang is currently working as a Professor in the Department of Department of Physics & Astronomy , Louisiana State University , USA. His research interests includes Experimental Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. He is serving as an editorial member and reviewer of several international reputed journals. Dr. Jiandi Zhang is the member of many international affiliations. He has successfully completed his Administrative responsibilities. He has authored of many research articles/books related to Experimental Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. "
One grand challenge in condensed matter physics and materials science is to understand the remarkable properties emerging from complex correlations of atomic and electronic constituents, and to control these properties for technological applications. The complexity in many novel materials is directly responsible for their tenability and consequently their practical functionality. In many cases, Creating surfaces, interfaces, ultra-thin films, and artificial superstructures add the additional twist of “man-made” dimensions, approaching the quantum phenomena of correlated electrons with broken symmetry and reduced dimensionality. My main research interest is in exploring novel properties of complex materials like transition-metal oxides by the effects of broken symmetry, reduced dimensionality and spatial confinement, and by controlling lattice strain and chemical composition. The research include growing artificially structured configurations of complex materials like transition-metal oxides with atomic scale precision and in-situ comprehensive characterization on lattice structure, chemical composition, electronic and magnetic properties.
Manganese-induced magnetic symmetry breaking and its correlation with the metal-insulator transition in bilayered S r 3 (R u 1− x M n x) 2 O 7 Q Zhang, F Ye, W Tian, H Cao, S Chi, B Hu, Z Diao, DA Tennant, R Jin, ... Physical Review B 95 (22), 220403.
Interface-induced multiferroism by design in complex oxide superlattices H Guo, Z Wang, S Dong, S Ghosh, M Saghayezhian, L Chen, Y Weng, ... Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201706814.
Reentrance of low-temperature nonmetallic phase of L a 2/3 S r 1/3 Mn O 3 (110) thin films L Li, Z Liao, Z Diao, R Jin, EW Plummer, J Guo, J Zhang Physical Review Materials 1 (3), 034405.