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Jianjun Dong
Physics
Walter Professor of Physics

Research Areas: Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics

Office: Allison Labs #219

Address:
206 Allison Laboratory
Auburn, AL 36849-5319

Phone: (334) 844-2943
E-Mail: dongjia@auburn.edu


Education

Ph.D., Ohio University
1998
M.S., Ohio University
1995
B.S., Beijing University (China)
1992


Professional Employment

T and J Walter Professor, Department of Physics, Auburn University
2012 - present
Associate Professor, Department of Physics, Auburn University
2005 - 2012
Visiting Professor, Department of Physics, Vanderbilt University
2008
Visiting Investigator, Geophysical Lab, Carnegie Institution
2007
Assistant Professor, Auburn University
2000 - 1005
Post-doctoral Research Associate, Department of Physics/Astronomy, Arizona State University
1998 - 2000
Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Physics,/Astronomy, Ohio University
1995 - 1998
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Physics/Astronomy, Ohio University
1993 - 1995


Honors and Awards

Thomas and Jean Walter Professor of Physics
2012 - present
SPS Faculty Teaching Award: The Enthusiasm Award
2004


Selected Publications

  1. Yi Zhang, Jianjun Dong, Paul Kent, Jihui Yang, and Changfeng Chen, “Intrinsic low thermal conductivity in weakly ionic rocksalt structures", Phys. Rev. B 92, Rapid Communications, 020301(R) (2015).
  2. A.M. Hofmeister, Jianjun Dong, and J. Branlund, “Thermal diffusivity of electrical insulators at high temperatures: evidence for diffusion of bulk phonon-polaritons at infrared frequencies augmenting phonon heat conduction”, J. Appl. Phys. 115, 163517 (2014).
  3. Xiaoli Tang, Moses C. Ntam, Jianjun Dong, Emma S.G. Rainey, and Abby Kavner,“The thermal conductivity of Earth’s lower mantle”, Geophys. Res. Lett. 41, 2746-2752  (2014).
  4. Xiaoli Tang and Jianjun Dong, "Lattice thermal conductivity of MgO at conditions of Earth's interior", Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 107, 4935-4954 (2010)
  5. Jianjun Dong, Otto. F. Sankey and Charles Myles, "Theoretical study of the lattice thermal conductivity in Ge Framework semiconductors", Phys. Rev. Lett. 86, 2361-2364 (2000).






Last updated: 11/16/2017