Jingjie Zhang started his PhD in 2012. She is interested in nanoscale thermal transport.
The role of mid-gap phonon modes in thermal transport of transition metal dichalcogenidesZhang et al., Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 2019
Minimum and maximum conductance of a thin film layer bridged interface: the role of anharmonicity and layer thicknessZhang et al., arXiv preprint, 2019
Maximization of thermal conductance at interfaces via exponentially mass-graded interlayersRastgarkafshgarkolaei et al., Nanoscale (accepted), 2019
Isotope-Engineering the Thermal Conductivity of Two-Dimensional MoS2Li et al., ACS Nano, 2019
Optimizing the interfacial thermal conductance at gold-alkane junctions from 'First Principles'Zhang et al., ASME. J. Heat Transfer, 2016
Interplay between coherent and incoherent phonon transport in the thermal conductivity of superlattices from the nanoscale to the microscalePolanco et al., PRB, 2018
PdSe2: Pentagonal Two-Dimensional Layers with High Air Stability for ElectronicsOyedele et al., JACS, 2017
Effects of bulk and interfacial anharmonicity on thermal conductance at solid/solid interfacesPolanco et al., PRB, 2017
Design rules for interfacial thermal conductance: Building better bridgesPolanco et al., PRB, 2017
Role of crystal structure and junction morphology on interface thermal conductancePolanco et al., PRB, 2015
How intermixing and anharmonicity enhances interfacial thermal conductance?Polanco et al., APS, 2015
Phonon impedance matching: minimizing interfacial thermal resistance of thin filmsPolanco, et al., APS, 2014
Manipulating thermal conductance across 3D/1D interface by impedance matchingZhang et al., APS, 2014
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