PhD, Full Professor
Center for Applied Physics and Technology
PhD from Tohoku University (Japan) in 2001. 240+SCI journal papers, including PNAS, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed, PRL, JACS, Physics Reports, ACS Nano, Nano Lett. and Adv. Mater.. 10+papers have been listed as 1% highly cited papers in Web of Science. 10+ of her research works have received media attention, and have been featured on the covers of journals, including PNAS, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., JPCL, Nanoscale, ChemPhysChem, Adv. Theory Simul., and J. Chem. Phys.. Her papers have been widely cited in journals. Dr. Wang was selected in the list of World’s Top 2% Scientists for career-long impact in 2021, and has been selected among the “Most Cited Chinese Researchers” every year since 2014. Dr. Wang served as an associate editor for Modern Physics Letters B and International Journal of Modern Physics B (2015-2021), and serves as an associate editor for Universal Journal of Carbon Research and an editor for MAYFEB Journal of Physics. She is the member of the Editorial Board of several scientific journals.
Ÿ IAAM Medal for her contribution to Carbon Materials and Technology, issued by the International Association of Advanced Materials in 2021, Sweden.
Ÿ ACCMS MID-CAREER AWARD for her Outstanding Scientific Contribution in the Field of Computational Materials Science, issued by Asian Consortium on Computational Materials Science in 2016, Japan.
Ÿ Xie Xi De Physics Award issued by Chinese Society of Physics (CPS) in 2017, China.
Ÿ University Award of Teaching Excellence for Undergraduates issued by Peking University in 2017.
Ÿ Excellent doctoral dissertation supervisor issued by Peking University in 2016 and 2018.
Ÿ ZhengDa Teaching Award issued by Peking University in 2017.
Ÿ Selected to the 2020 World’s Top 2% Scientists for career-long impact in 2021
Ÿ Selected to the “Most Cited Chinese Researchers” every year since 2014 to present (the statistical data is based on the Scopus database from Elsevier).
1. Y.H. Shen, Q. Wang*, Pentagon-Based 2D Materials: Classification, Properties and Applications. Physics Reports 964, 1-42 (2022)
2. Y.G. Guo, J. Zhou, H. Xie, Y. Y. Chen, Q. Wang*, Screening transition metal-based polar pentagonal monolayers with large piezoelectricity and shift current. npj Computational Materials 8:4 (2022)
3. S. Li, Y.H. Shen, D. Ni, Q. Wang*, A new 3D metallic carbon allotrope
composed of penta-graphene nanoribbons as a high-performance anode material for
4. Y.P. Shen, F.Q. Wang, Q. Wang*, Ultralow thermal conductivity and negative thermal expansion of CuSCN. Nano Energy 73 104822 (2020)
5. J. Sun, J.B. Yu, Y.G. Guo, Q. Wang*, Enhanced thermoelectric performance of SnSe sheet with grain boundary by doping germanium or silicon. npg. Comput. Mater. 6:99 (2020)
6. X. Li, S.H. Zhang, H. Huang, L. Hu, F. Liu*, Q. Wang*, Unidirectional spin-orbit interaction induced by the line defect in monolayer transition metal dichalcogenides for high-performance devices. Nano Lett. 19, 6005 (2019)
7. T. Zhao, J. Zhou, Q. Wang*, and P. Jena*, Colossal Stability of Gas Phase Tri-anions: The Concept of Super-pnictogens. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 56, 13421 (2017) (VIP paper & Front outside cover paper)
8. J. Liu, T. Zhao, S.H. Zhang, Q. Wang*, A New Metallic Carbon Allotrope with High Stability and Potential for LIB Anode Material. Nano Energy 38, 263 (2017)
9. S.H. Zhang, J. Zhou, Q. Wang*, X.S. Chen, Y. Kawazoe, and P. Jena, Penta-graphene: A new carbon allotrope. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 112, 2372 (2015)
10. S.H. Zhang, Q. Wang*, X. Chen, and P. Jena, Stable three-dimensional metallic carbon with interlocking hexagons. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 110, 18809 (2013)