Liu,ChangHong
  Professor

 

  Department of Physics, Tsinghua University

  School of Sciences Building

  Beijing 100084, China

 

  Phone:8610-62788193

  Fax:8610-62781604

  chliu@mail.tsinghua.edu.cn

Education and Employment

University Education:
BS in Materials Science, Tsinghua University, 1988

MS in Materials Physics, Tsinghua University, 1992

PhD in Materials Physics, Tsinghua University, 1995

 

Employment:

1. Beijing Instrument Factory, Assistant Engineer (1988-1990)

2. Department of Physics, Tsinghua University, Lecturer (1995-1997), Associate Professor (1997--2006), Professor(2006 to present)


Short-period visit:

     Research Associate, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Northwestern University, USA  (2000.8 -2001.7)

     Research Fellow, Department of Physics and Materials Science, City University of Hongkong, Hong Kong2002.2-2003.2

Teaching

Undergraduate Course¨Experimental Solid State Physics〃(1997-1998 school year)
Undergraduate Course¨Experimental General Physics〃(1999-2000 school year)

Interests

Research is mainly concentrated on experimental condensed-matter physics. Current interests are focused on:
1Thermal interface materials (TIM): fundamental and application researches

      Carbon nanotube array based TIM, fabrication, structure and properties

      Heat transport in nano materials and their complications

2Nanocomposites and their applications

Awards and Membership

1. Outstanding Young Faculty of Tsinghua University, first rank award, 1997
2. Science and Technology Progress Award of the Education Ministry of China, 1997

Selected Publications

More than 100 SCI journal papers have been published (as the First author or corresponding author). These papers have been cited by other researchers via Web of Science papers about 5000 times.


Selected publications recent years (* Corresponding author):
1. Zhiling Luo, Changhong Liu* and Shoushan Fan, A moisture induced self-charging device for energy harvesting and storage, Nano Energy 60 (2019) 371-376
2. Wei Yu, Zheng Duan, Guang Zhang, Changhong Liu,* and Shoushan Fan,Effect of an Auxiliary Plate on Passive Heat Dissipation of Carbon Nanotube-Based Materials,Nano Lett. 18 (2018) 1770?1776.
3. Ruhao Liu, Changhong Liu* and Shoushan Fan, Hydrocapacitor for Harvesting and Storing Energy from Water Movement,ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 10(41)(2018) 35273-35280.
4. Yanli Yin, Changhong Liu* and Shoushan Fan, A New Type of Secondary Hybrid Battery Showing Excellent Performances, Nano Energy 12 (2015), 486-493
5. Shaohui Jiang, Changhong Liu*, and Shoushan Fan, Efficient natural-convective heat transfer properties of carbon nanotube sheets and their roles on the thermal dissipation, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 6(2014)3075-3080.
6. Guang Zhang, Changhong Liu* and Shoushan Fan, The temperature dependence of thermal boundary resistances between multiwall carbon nanotubes and some typical counterpart materials, ACS Nano 6 (4) (2012), pp 3057–3062.
7. Ling Zhang, Guang Zhang, Changhong Liu* and Shoushan Fan, High Density Carbon Nanotube Buckypapers with Superior Transport and Mechanical Properties, Nano Lett. 12(9) (2012) 4848-4852.
8. Luzhuo Chen, Changhong Liu*, Ke Liu, Chuizhou Meng, Chunhua Hu, Jiaping Wang, and Shoushan Fan, High-Performance, Low-Voltage, and Easy-Operable Bending Actuator Based on Aligned Carbon Nanotube/Polymer Composites,ACS Nano 5(3) (2011)1588-1593.
9. Chuizhou Meng, Changhong Liu,* Luzhuo Chen, Chunhua Hu, and Shoushan Fan, Highly Flexible and All-Solid-State Paperlike Polymer Supercapacitors, Nano Letters 10 (10)(2010) 4025–4031.
10. Chunhua Hu, Changhong Liu*, Luzhuo Chen, Chuizhou Meng and Shoushan Fan,A Demo Opto-electronic Power Source Based on Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Sheets, ACS Nano 4(8) (2010) 4701-4706.
11. Chuizhou Meng, Changhong Liu,* and Shoushan Fan, A Promising Approach to Enhanced Thermoelectric Properties Using Carbon Nanotube Networks, Advanced Materials 22 (2010) 535-539.
12. Qingwei Li, Changhong Liu* and Shoushan Fan,Thermal Boundary Resistances of Carbon Nanotubes in Contact with Metals and Polymers, Nano Letters 9 (11) (2009) 3805-3809.
13. Hua Huang, Changhong Liu*, Y. Wu, and S.S.Fan, Aligned carbon nanotube composite films for thermal management, Adv. Mater. 17(2005)1652-1656.
14. Changhong Liu, Juan Antonio Zapien, Chun Sing Lee, Shoushan Fan, Yeshayahu Lifshitz, and Shuit Tong Lee,High-density, Ordered Ultraviolet Light-Emitting ZnO Nanowire Arrays,Adv. Mater.15 (10) (2003) 838-841.
 
Press Coverage about our works:
[1] Philip Ball, Nanotube forests take off the heat(2005), http://www.nature.com/materials/nanozone/news/050728/portal/m050728-2.html.
[2] James Tyrrell, Physicists roll out nanotube paper (2008), http://physicsworld.com/cws/article/news/33187.
[3] Tim Reid,Nanotubes: Amazing actuators(2008),http://www.nature.com/nchina/2008/080813/full/nchina.2008.187.html
[4] Michael Berger, Novel buckypaper device converts light into electricity (2010), http://www.nanowerk.com/spotlight/spotid=17392.php
[5] Lisa Zyga, Paper-thin supercapacitor has higher capacitance when twisted than any non-twisted supercapacitor (2010), http://www.physorg.com/news204265367.html
[6] Stephen Davey, Electroactive materials: Polymer pincers, NPG Asia Materials featured highlight | doi:10.1038/asiamat.2011.86, Published online 06 June 2011 http://www.natureasia.com/asia-materials/highlight.php?id=915


He currently holds more than 30 patents in the area of thermal interface materials and nanocomposites.