• Xiaoxia Zhong
  • Associate Professor
  • Plasma Nanoscience
  • 86-21-54748914
  • xxzhong@sjtu.edu.cn

Biographical Information

Xiaoxia Zhong, Female, Associate Professor. She got her Ph. D degree from department of physics of Fudan University in 1998, and joined in the department of physics of Shanghai Jiao Tong University in the same year. From 2001 to 2003, she worked as visiting scientist in the institute of Plasma Research, University of Stuttgart, Germany and Joint Research Center (Ispra), Italy. She has been a supervisor or co-supervisor of several PhD students and also the principle investigator (PI) of numbers of competitive research grants in the area of plasma applications in nanotechnology and biotechnology. She is a recipient of the prestigious Tsai Shih-Tung Plasma Physics Prize in 1999,  the Shanghai Rising-Star Program in 2004, the Zhu Guang Prize of Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 2009. She is one of the leaders of a large International Research Network for Deterministic Plasma-Aided Nanofabrication that involves more than 65 researchers from 17 countries.

 

Research Field

Currently, various plasma-based processes are among the most efficient and precise tools for fabricating myriad of Nano scale assemblies. However, size, shape, chemical structure and other properties of most known Nano assemblies are unpredictably process-specific. Prof. Zhong has been working on the above problem these years, and her present research interest includes: i. physical and chemical mechanisms of growth of nanostructures using plasma-based and related processes; ii. Design of plasma processes, reactors and associate tools and instrumentation for Nano scale synthesis and processing; iii. optimization of the plasma-aided manufacturing of functional nanomaterials and Nano-devices. In her research, complementary theoretical and experimental work was carried out.

 

Achievement

Main Publications (2007-2009)

1Xiaoxia Zhong*, XiaochenWu, kostya Ostrikov, Pulsed i-PVD of dielectric nanodot arrays using a nanoporous template, Plasma Process. Polym., 6, 161 (2009) IF=2.921.

2Xiaochen Wu, Xiaoxia Zhong*, Kostya Ostrikov, Nanopore processing in dielectric materials and dielectric template-assisted nanoarray synthesis: using pulsed bias to enhance process throughput and precision, Appl. Phys. Lett., 92, 223104 (2008)  IF=3.726.

3Luqi Yuan, Xiaoxia Zhong*, Kostya Ostrikov, Nanosphere monolayer-templated, ion-assisted nanofeature etching in  dielectric materials: a numerical simulation of nanoscale ion flux topography, Nanotechnology 191553042008IF=3.446.

4Zhigao Hu, Wenwu Li, Jiada Wu, Jian Sun, Qiwei Shu, Xiaoxia Zhong*, Ziqiang Zhu, Junhao Chu, Optical properties of pulsed laser deposited rutile titanium dioxide films on quartz substrates determined by Raman scattering and transmittance spectraAppl. Phys. Lett., 93, 181910 (2008) IF=3.726.

5Luqi Yuan, Xiaoxia Zhong*, Igor Levchenko, Yuxing Xia, Kostya Ostrikov, Templated i-PVD of Metallic Nanodot Arrays, Plasma Process. Polym. 4 612-620. (2007) IF=2.921.

6Wei Zhou, Xiaoxia Zhong*, Xiaochen Wu, Luqi Yuan, Qiwei Shu, Yuxing Xia, and Kostya(Ken) Ostrikov. Plasma-controlled nanocrystallinity and phase composition of TiO2: a smart way to enhance biomimetic response. J. Biomed. Mater. Res. Part A 81A (2) 453-464 (2007) IF=2.706.

7Wei Zhou, Xiaoxia Zhong*, Xiaochen Wu, Luqi Yuan, Qiwei Shu, Wei Li, and Yuxing Xia.  Low temperature deposition of nanocrystaline TiO2 films: enhancement of nanocrystal formation by energetic particle bombardment. J. Phys. D. Appl. Phys. 40, 219-226. (2007)   IF=2.104.

8Luqi Yuan, Xiaoxia Zhong*, Qiwei Shu, Xiaochen Wu, Yuxing Xia, Ion Current Distribution during Depositing Dielectric Material using an Insulating Porous Alumina Template, J. Phys. D-Appl. Phys. 40  7766-7770 (2007) IF=2.104.

(*: Corresponding author)

 

Invited Talks (2007-2009):

1Xiaoxia Zhong, Microscopic ion and neutral fluxes in Plasma-aided, Template-assisted Nanofabrication of Dielectric Nanodot Arrays, 2nd international conference on advanced plasma technologies/1st international plasma nanoscience symposium, Piran, Slovenia, Sept. 29-Oct. 2, 2009.

2Xiaoxia Zhong, Nanoscale Plasma Processing: Bridging Nanotech and Biomedicine, 15th Gaseous Electronics Meeting, Murramarang Resort, Batemans Bay, NSW, Australia, Feb. 3-6, 2008.

 

Opportunities for Research Training (for postdocs and students): 

Professor Zhong offers world-class research training for postdoctoral researchers and postgraduate students who have diverse and exceptional opportunities to engage in international collaborative work. There are also opportunities for student and postdoc placements to laboratories of Prof. Zhong's overseas collaborators, both during and after the completion of research projects at SJTU.