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Chun Tang_CV

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Chun Tang_CV

  1. 1. Chun Tang Green Card Holder, authorized to work in the U.S. School of Engineering, University of California Merced, CA 95343 E-mail:ctang9@ucmerced.edu /tangchunlv@gmail.com Tel: (702) 286 3089 Education: Ph.D in Mechanical Engineering, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Nanjing, China 2002-2009 B.S. in aircraft design, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Nanjing, China 1998-2002 Self-Study: Data Science Specialization, Johns Hopkins University Coursera Courses 2015 Program Skills: R, Python, Fortran, C, LAMMPs, CAD, SIESTA, VASP, Hyperchem. Mathematical and Statistics Background: Statistics, Probability and Stochastic Process, Differential Methods and Finite Elements, Methods of Mathematical Physics, Numerical Methods, logistic regression, linear regression. Professional Experience: University of California, Merced, CA (2012-2015) Associate Specialist and Lecturer, School of Engineering, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, NV (2006-2011) Visiting Scholar and Post-Doctoral Scholar, Department of Physics  Used multivariable regression model to analyze the impacts of multiple factors on performance of commercial products (eg. The effects of weight, transmission, cylinder, horse power, etc. on MPG of cars).  Using logistic regression model, performed analysis on the patterns of sports events or business sales (eg. The winning probability based on a football team’s statistics, visiting patterns of users to commercial websites).  Developed numerical inter-atomic potential functions for studying interactions between potassium and chloride elements, and potential functions between KCl and Fe. The potentials have been used by colleagues in computer simulations.  Using numerical simulations, proposed a self-assembly process for design high performance photovoltaic devices, the model is validated by experiments.  Developed a theoretical model for interpreting experimentally observed abnormal frictional characteristics by the University of Pennsylvania team.
  2. 2.  Using quantum mechanical theory, calculated electronical band structures of hybrid two dimensional materials based on boron, carbon and nitrogen, predicted semiconducting to metal transition in such materials.  Using numerical simulations, systematically investigated effect of various conditions on mechanical properties of carbon nanotubes. Analysis of the massive data yield several key discoveries of novel properties within this material. Honors and Awards: Innovative PhD Thesis Funding of Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (PI, Grant No.: BCXJ05-01, ¥40,000.00). Excellent PhD Thesis Award of NUAA (2011). CASC Scholarship (2006) Excellent Graduate Student of NUAA (2005-2006) Teaching and Mentoring Experiences: 2013-2014: MSE119/BEST219 Materials Simulations, MEAM-229-01 Tribology, BEST- 201 Special Topics in Materials, ME-120-01 Component Design (UC Merced) 2009-2012: Mentored 3 graduate/undergraduate students on their research, each of them produced one paper published in top applied physics journals. (UNLV) Selected Publications (31 in total):  Chun Tang, Hidetaka Ishihara, Jaskiranjeet Sodhi, Yen-Chang Chen, Andrew Siordia, Ashlie Martini, and Vincent C Tung, Flexible all-carbon photovoltaics with improved thermal stability J. Solid State Chem. 224, 94 (2015).  Chun Tang, Tomas Oppenheim, Vincent C. Tung and Ashlie Martini, Structure- Stability Relationships for Graphene-Wrapped Fullerene-Coated Carbon Nanotubes, Carbon, 61, 458 (2013).  Chun Tang, Liangzhi Kou and Changfeng Chen, Tunable Magnetism and Band Gap Engineering in Zigzag C2x-BNy Sheets and Ribbons. Chem. Phys. Lett. 523, 98-103 (2012).  Chun Tang, Wanlin Guo and Changfeng Chen, Molecular dynamics simulation of tensile elongation of carbon nanotubes: Temperature and size effects, Phys. Rev. B 79, 155436 (2009).  Chun Tang, Wanlin Guo and Changfeng Chen, Mechanism for Superelongation of Carbon Nanotubes at High Temperatures, Phys. Rev. Lett. 100, 175501 (2008). Others:  Given 4 invited talks at international research institutes in Australia, China and United States.  Presented research results 11 times at the American Physical Society (APS) March Meetings and Materials Research Society (MRS) Annual Meetings.

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