2017 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2010 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For sustained contribution in neutron diffraction studies of structure, phase transformations, and mechanical behavior in materials and engineering systems and leadership in the design and construction of a versatile engineering diffractometer at the Spallation Neutron Source
Xun-Li Wang spends much of his time researching Neutron diffraction, Composite material, Metallurgy, Amorphous metal and Alloy. Neutron diffraction is a subfield of Crystallography that Xun-Li Wang explores. His studies examine the connections between Metallurgy and genetics, as well as such issues in Stress, with regards to Aluminium, Intergranular corrosion, Smart material, Fracture and Lattice constant.
His Amorphous metal research integrates issues from Diffusionless transformation, Austenite, Crystallization and Strain gauge. His Austenite research includes elements of Neutron scattering and Martensite. The various areas that Xun-Li Wang examines in his Alloy study include Deformation, Nanocrystal, Grain size and Nanocrystalline material.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Neutron diffraction, Metallurgy, Composite material, Amorphous metal and Condensed matter physics. He has included themes like Residual stress, Alloy and Deformation in his Neutron diffraction study. He combines subjects such as Crystal twinning, Dislocation and Plasticity with his study of Deformation.
His Composite material research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Number density and Nanoscopic scale. His Amorphous metal study incorporates themes from Chemical physics, Crystallization, Scattering and Nucleation. His research investigates the connection with Condensed matter physics and areas like Neutron scattering which intersect with concerns in Characterization.
Xun-Li Wang mainly focuses on Amorphous metal, Chemical physics, Neutron diffraction, Condensed matter physics and Crystallization. His work carried out in the field of Amorphous metal brings together such families of science as Plasticity, Supercooling and Nucleation. His study in Chemical physics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Alloy, Redistribution and Cluster.
The Neutron diffraction study combines topics in areas such as Deformation mechanism, Deformation, Crystal twinning and Nuclear physics. Xun-Li Wang interconnects Differential scanning calorimetry and Scattering in the investigation of issues within Crystallization. His Composite material study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Nanoscopic scale, Temperature cycling and Diffraction.
His primary areas of study are Condensed matter physics, Amorphous metal, Chemical physics, Neutron diffraction and Composite material. His research in Condensed matter physics intersects with topics in Thermal conductivity, Thermoelectric materials and Inelastic neutron scattering. His Amorphous metal study combines topics in areas such as Pseudogap and Crystallization.
His Chemical physics research incorporates elements of Metal, Density of states and Liquid liquid. Neutron diffraction is often connected to Deformation in his work. In general Composite material study, his work on Martensite, Quenching, Microstructure and Stress concentration often relates to the realm of Structural evolution, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
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Thermodynamics of spin S = 1 / 2 antiferromagnetic uniform and alternating-exchange Heisenberg chains
D. C. Johnston;R. K. Kremer;M. Troyer;X. Wang.
Physical Review B (2000)
Power-law scaling and fractal nature of medium-range order in metallic glasses.
Dong Ma;Alexandru Dan Stoica;Xun-Li Wang.
Nature Materials (2009)
Formation of Cu-Zr-Al bulk metallic glass composites with improved tensile properties
Y. Wu;H. Wang;H.H. Wu;Z.Y. Zhang.
Acta Materialia (2011)
First In Situ Lattice Strains Measurements Under Load at VULCAN
Ke An;Harley D. Skorpenske;Alexandru D. Stoica;Dong Ma.
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A-physical Metallurgy and Materials Science (2011)
The Spallation Neutron Source in Oak Ridge: A powerful tool for materials research
T. E. Mason;D. Abernathy;I. Anderson;J. Ankner.
Physica B-condensed Matter (2006)
Synthesis, structure, and properties of Sr2CuO2Cl2.
L. L. Miller;X. L. Wang;S. X. Wang;C. Stassis.
Physical Review B (1990)
Visualizing the chemistry and structure dynamics in lithium-ion batteries by in-situ neutron diffraction
Xun Li Wang;Ke An;Lu Cai;Zhili Feng.
Scientific Reports (2012)
In-situ neutron diffraction study of deformation behavior of a multi-component high-entropy alloy
Yuan Wu;W H Liu;Xun-Li Wang;Dong Ma.
Applied Physics Letters (2014)
In situ synchrotron study of phase transformation behaviors in bulk metallic glass by simultaneous diffraction and small angle scattering.
X.-L. Wang;J. Almer;C. T. Liu;Y. D. Wang.
Physical Review Letters (2003)
Elastic moduli inheritance and the weakest link in bulk metallic glasses.
D. Ma;A. D. Stoica;X.-L. Wang;Z. P. Lu.
Physical Review Letters (2012)
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