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    • CHEMSEM NEWS 3, Fall 2013 X-Ray Laser Probes for Nanoparticles Wei  Xiong,  PhD   Postdoctoral  Researcher   JILA   University  of  Colorado,  Boulder   http://jila.colorado.edu/kmgroup/     ANDREWS UNIVERSITY CHEMISTRY & BIOCHEMISTRY HALENZ HALL AMPHITHEATER (Thursday, September 19, 4:30 pm) Dr.  Wei  Xiong  is  originally  from  Beijing,  China.  He  received  his  B.S.   from  Peking  University  in  2006  before  he  moved  to  the  U.S.  He  got   his  PhD  degree  from  University  of  Wisconsin,  Madison,  in  2011,  under   the  supervision  of  Prof.  Martin  Zanni.       Wei   has   developed   novel   2D   IR   techniques   and   applied   them   to   different   scientific   problems.   Recently,   he   developed   heterodyned   shaper-­‐based   time   domain   SFG   spectroscopy   and   the   world's   first   heterodyned   2D   SFG   spectrometer.   He   looks   forward   to   using   this   technique  on  systems  such  as  materials  and  surface  peptides.       Wei  is  currently  a  postdoctoral  researcher  in  the  Kaptyen-­‐Murnane   research  lab  at  the  University  of  Colorado  in  Boulder,  CO.  His  new   research   area   includes   developing   a   table-­‐top   transient   soft   x-­‐ray   spectrometer  and  applying  it  to  both  gas  and  liquid  phase  samples.       Wei   loves   outdoor   activities   and   photography.   He   has   traveled   to   several  National  Parks  and  is  also  a  good  sailor  and  windsurfer.  He  is   now  developing  new  hobbies  such  as  hiking.