His main research concerns Optoelectronics, Quantum dot, Nanotechnology, Light-emitting diode and Nanocrystal. Jian Xu is interested in Nanowire, which is a field of Optoelectronics. His Quantum dot study combines topics in areas such as Layer and Semiconductor.
His studies in Nanotechnology integrate themes in fields like Surface modification, Biophysics and Silicon. His Light-emitting diode research incorporates themes from Brightness, Diode, Electroluminescence and Colloid. His Nanocrystal research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Luminescence, Photoluminescence, Analytical chemistry, Polymer and Molecular physics.
Jian Xu focuses on Optoelectronics, Wireless communication systems, Computer network, Quantum dot and Optics. In his work, Polymer is strongly intertwined with Nanocrystal, which is a subfield of Optoelectronics. The study incorporates disciplines such as EnodeB, User equipment, Handover, Mobility management and Embedded system in addition to Wireless communication systems.
His work on Base station, NodeB and Node as part of general Computer network research is frequently linked to Dual, bridging the gap between disciplines. Jian Xu has researched Quantum dot in several fields, including Colloid, Electroluminescence, Semiconductor and Quantum dot laser. His study focuses on the intersection of Optics and fields such as Thin film with connections in the field of Nanowire.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Computer network, Wireless communication systems, Optoelectronics, Mobility management and Base station. His work in the fields of NodeB and Identifier overlaps with other areas such as Dual, Central unit and Context. The Wireless communication systems study combines topics in areas such as EnodeB, User equipment, Handover, Network packet and Node.
His research on Optoelectronics frequently links to adjacent areas such as Nitride. His work deals with themes such as Terminal, Electrical engineering, MIMO, Single antenna interference cancellation and Vehicle to everything, which intersect with Base station. His Quantum dot research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Photodetector, Dark current, Infrared, Optical fiber and Photoluminescence.
His primary areas of investigation include Computer network, Wireless communication systems, Optoelectronics, Dual and User equipment. The concepts of his Wireless communication systems study are interwoven with issues in EnodeB, Wi-Fi, Radio resource, Base station and Node. His EnodeB study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Identifier, Handover procedure, Handover and Real-time computing.
His Optoelectronics study incorporates themes from Polarization, Optics and Polarizing filter. His Optics research integrates issues from Time domain and Amplitude modulation, Modulation. Jian Xu interconnects System information, Routing control plane, Broadcast system and Authorization in the investigation of issues within User equipment.
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Demystifying 3D ICs: the pros and cons of going vertical
W.R. Davis;J. Wilson;S. Mick;J. Xu.
IEEE Design & Test of Computers (2005)
Bright, multicoloured light-emitting diodes based on quantum dots
Qingjiang Sun;Y. Andrew Wang;Lin Song Li;Daoyuan Wang.
Nature Photonics (2007)
Sequence-specific and phosphorylation dependent proline isomerization: A potential mitotic regulatory mechanism
Michael B. Yaffe;Mike Schutkowski;Minhui Shen;Xiao Zhen Zhou.
14-3-3 transits to the nucleus and participates in dynamic nucleocytoplasmic transport.
Anne Brunet;Fumihiko Kanai;Fumihiko Kanai;Justine Stehn;Jian Xu.
Journal of Cell Biology (2002)
Structural Analysis of 14-3-3 Phosphopeptide Complexes Identifies a Dual Role for the Nuclear Export Signal of 14-3-3 in Ligand Binding
Katrin Rittinger;Joe Budman;Jian Xu;Stefano Volinia.
Molecular Cell (1999)
Harvest of near infrared light in PbSe nanocrystal-polymer hybrid photovoltaic cells
Dehu Cui;Jian Xu;Ting Zhu;Gary Paradee.
Applied Physics Letters (2006)
Bright and color-saturated emission from blue light-emitting diodes based on solution-processed colloidal nanocrystal quantum dots.
Zhanao Tan;Fan Zhang;Ting Zhu;Jian Xu.
Nano Letters (2007)
Employing Heavy Metal-Free Colloidal Quantum Dots in Solution-Processed White Light-Emitting Diodes
Yu Zhang;Chuang Xie;Chuang Xie;Huaipeng Su;Jie Liu.
Nano Letters (2011)
Near‐Band‐Edge Electroluminescence from Heavy‐Metal‐Free Colloidal Quantum Dots
Zhanao Tan;Yu Zhang;Yu Zhang;Chuang Xie;Chuang Xie;Huaipeng Su;Huaipeng Su.
Advanced Materials (2011)
Nanometer-scale modification and welding of silicon and metallic nanowires with a high-intensity electron beam.
Shengyong Xu;Mingliang Tian;Jinguo Wang;Jian Xu.
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