Jingjie Zhang

PhD Student (Alumni)

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 dichalcogenides
    Zhang 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 thickness
    Zhang et al., arXiv preprint, 2019

  • Maximization of thermal conductance at interfaces via exponentially mass-graded interlayers
    Rastgarkafshgarkolaei et al., Nanoscale (accepted), 2019

  • Isotope-Engineering the Thermal Conductivity of Two-Dimensional MoS2
    Li 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 microscale
    Polanco et al., PRB, 2018

  • PdSe2: Pentagonal Two-Dimensional Layers with High Air Stability for Electronics
    Oyedele et al., JACS, 2017

  • Effects of bulk and interfacial anharmonicity on thermal conductance at solid/solid interfaces
    Polanco et al., PRB, 2017

  • Design rules for interfacial thermal conductance: Building better bridges
    Polanco et al., PRB, 2017

  • Role of crystal structure and junction morphology on interface thermal conductance
    Polanco 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 films
    Polanco, et al., APS, 2014

  • Manipulating thermal conductance across 3D/1D interface by impedance matching
    Zhang et al., APS, 2014