Welcome to Prof. Chun Tang's Research Group at Jiangsu University!
We utilize computational tools such as molecular dynamics simulations and first principles calculations to study mechanical properties and electromechanical coupling behaviors of novel materials. Our interests include but are not limited to: graphene, carbon nanotubes, molybdenum disulfide, nanowires and so on. Our goal is to understand the properties of these functional materials and facilitate their potential applications in high performance devices.
We collaborate closely with experimentalists and theorists both in China and abroad across wide ranges of disciplines to explore new frontiers and phenomena in physical mechanics of nanomaterials. Students in our group have plenty of opportunities to study abroad with our collaborators in top universities or institutes.
Young students with strong motivations are highly welcome to join us. Please contact Prof. Tang if you are interested in our research.
Nov.23-26, 2018, Chun attended the national conference on solid mechanics at Harbin and visisted Professor Hongfei Ye at Dalian University of Technology.
Sep.21-23, 2018, Chun attened the 15th national conference on Physical Mechanics and gave an invited talk titled "Designing novel devices based on nanoparticles and their physical mechanical properties", in Hefei, Anhui Province.
Sep. 2018, Mingjie and Yutao joined the group as the first two graduate students, Welcome!
Aug. 19-23, 2018, Attended Chinese Conference on Computational Mechanics in Nanjing.
Jun. 23-26, 2018, Attended 11th Computational NanoScience and New Energy Materials Conference in Henan.
May. 15-17, 2018, Mini-Workshop on Structural Health Management 2018 held at Jiangsu University!
May. 14, 2018, Professor Ning Wei of Northwestern A&F University visited us and gave a talk titled "Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Mechanical Properties of Graphene Origami"!
May. 12-13, 2018, East China Mechanics Forum at Jiangnan University, Wuxi.
May. 11, 2018, Professor Yilun Liu of Xian Jiaotong University visited us!