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Prof Dr. Chenhan Liu | Astronomy | Best Researcher Award

Professor, Nanjing Normal University, China

Chenhan Liu is reachable at +86 15365085050 or via email at chenhanliu@njnu.edu.cn and liuchenhan_020@126.com. Currently affiliated with Nanjing Normal University, he brings expertise and dedication to his academic pursuits. 📞📧




From 2016 to 2018, I pursued a Visiting Ph.D. program at the esteemed University of California, Berkeley, enriching my academic journey. Prior to that, I completed my Ph.D. from Southeast University, spanning from September 2012 to July 2019, where I honed my research skills and expertise. My academic journey commenced with my undergraduate studies at Southeast University from September 2008 to June 2012, where I secured a commendable ranking of 3 out of 200. 🎓📚


Since February 2024, I have proudly served as a Professor at Nanjing Normal University, where I continue to contribute to the academic community through teaching and research. Prior to this role, from July 2023 to January 2024, I held the position of Associate Professor at the same institution, furthering my commitment to excellence in education. Beginning my academic career, I joined Nanjing Normal University as an Assistant Professor in July 2020, where I laid the foundation for my academic endeavors and passion for teaching. 🎓📚


He  research focuses on nanoscale heat transfer and interfacial thermal transport, delving into the intricate mechanisms that govern thermal management. From exploring thermal switches to investigating electrocaloric cooling, He aim to unravel the complexities of heat transfer at the smallest scales. Leveraging machine learning techniques, he seek to enhance our understanding of thermal phenomena and develop innovative solutions for efficient thermal management systems. Through my work, He strive to contribute to advancements in diverse fields, from electronics to renewable energy, with a vision of harnessing thermal energy for sustainable technological progress. 🔥⚙️🧠


He  research encompasses a broad spectrum of techniques and methodologies, including FDTR, TDTR, magnetron sputtering, molecular dynamics simulation, first-principles calculation, atomic Green’s function, phonon wave packet method, and more. Through the fusion of these diverse approaches, he  delve into the intricacies of materials science and thermal transport phenomena. From exploring nanoscale heat transfer to investigating the behavior of phonons in complex structures, he aim to unravel fundamental principles and pave the way for innovative advancements. With a passion for pushing the boundaries of knowledge, he seek to contribute to the development of cutting-edge technologies and sustainable solutions. 🔬🚀


Honored to hold the prestigious title of Vebleo Fellow, recognizing my contributions and dedication to advancing research in my field. Additionally, my work has been acknowledged with the distinction of Best Poster at an international conference, showcasing the quality and impact of my research on a global stage. Furthermore, He have received a National Scholarship for Doctoral Students, underscoring my academic excellence and commitment to scholarly pursuits. Moreover,He  proud to have secured the Third Prize in the National Digital Model Competition, demonstrating my proficiency in digital innovation and creativity. 🏆🌍🎓

Publications Top Notes

Four-phonon and normal scattering in 2D hexagonal structures” by G. Sun, J. Ma, C. Liu, T.-H. Liu, X. Luo. Published in the International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 2023. Cited by 2.

Phonon entropy engineering for caloric cooling” by C. Liu, Y. Si, M. Hao, G. Zhang, Y. Chen. Published in Applied Physics Reviews, 2023. Cited by 1.

“Hexagonal Close-Packed Polar-Skyrmion Lattice in Ultrathin Ferroelectric PbTiO3 Films” by S. Yuan, Z. Chen, S. Prokhorenko, S. Das, L.W. Martin. Published in Physical Review Letters, 2023. Cited by 6.

“Effects of magnetic ordering on structural stability and phonon transport in monolayer Td-VX2 (X=Se, I)” by C. Wu, C. Liu, Y. Tao, Y. Chen. Published in Physics Letters, Section A: General, Atomic and Solid State Physics, 2023. Cited by 2.



Chenhan Liu | Astronomy | Best Researcher Award

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