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LIU Baixin

Professor; Member of Chinese Academy of Sciences

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Education Background

1955-1961 Tsinghua University


Work Resume

1961—           Tsinghua University

1981-1982    Visiting Associate at California Institute of Technology, USA

1985.11.         Associate Professor,Tsinghua University

1987.7.           Professor, Tsinghua University

1990               PhD Advisor, Tsinghua University

1998               Fellow of American Physical Society

2001               Member of Chinese Academy of Sciences


Part-time Academic Job

Fellow of American Physical Society;

Member of Bohmusche Physical Society;


Research Field

Particle-Solid Interactions, Ion Beam Modification of Materials, Computation of Materials Science,

Thin Films, Nuclear Materials, etc.


Research Situation

Completed more than 10 National Natural Science Foundation funded general and key research projects, “863” high-tech projects and “973” projects under the National Key Basic Research Program. Completed several international cooperated research projects with International Atomic Energy Agency, General Motor, USA and United Technology, USA. Published 420 papers indexed by Science Citation Index, including 7 Review Articles published in Physics Reports, Advances in Physics, Materials Science and Engineering: Reports, etc. 


Awards And Honors

  1993, 2nd Class National Natural Science Prize

  1999, 3rd Class National Natural Science Prize

  1987, First Class Award of The Science and Technology Award of Ministry of Education, China

  1990, First Class Award of The Science and Technology Award of Ministry of Education, China

  1993,Ye-Qi-Sun (Condensed Matter Physics) Award of Chinese Physical Society

  1997, First Class Award of The Science and Technology Award of Beijing City, China


Academic Achievements

Proposed, for the first time, empirical and thermodynamic models for predicting the amorphous alloy (or metallic glass) formation upon ion beam mixing of multiple metal layers. Initiated the study of the fractal growth in thin solid films by means of ion beam and employing the fractal dimension to characterize the behaviors involved in the solid-state phase transformation. Proposed the thermodynamic and kinetic criteria for solid-state-amorphization taking place in the metal-metal multilayered films and employed the scheme of molecular dynamics simulation to reveal the atomic motion mechanism. Clarified the underlying mechanism of metal-nitride formation by nitrogen ion implantation into metals. Developed a new technique for synthesizing metal-silicides, by high current density metal ion implantation using metal-vapor-vacuum-arc-ion source. Provided swelling data of the structural materials to be used in the Fast Reactor, by high energy electron irradiation to simulate the radiation effect caused by energetic neutrons in the reactor. Constructed a multi-scale computation and simulation platform, capable of studying and revealing the macroscopic and microscopic mechanism involved in various scientific issues in the field of metallic materials. Initiated studying the stability and magnetic properties of the non-equilibrium alloy phases and developed a method of ab initio assisted construction of n-body potentials. Developed and established, for the first time, an atomistic theory for predicting the binary metal glass formation.

Representative Papers and Review Articles

1. ATOMISTIC THEORY FOR PREDICTING THE BINARY METALLIC GLASS FORMATION J. H. Li, Y. Dai, Y. Y. Cui and B. X. Liu Review Article:Materials Science and Engineering: Reports 70 (1-2), 1-28 (2011).

2. INTERATOMIC POTENTIALS OF BINARY TRANSITION METAL SYSTEMS AND SOME APPLICATIONS IN MATERIALS PHYSICS J.H.Li, X.D.Dai, S.H.Liang, K. P. Tai, Y.Kong and B. X. Liu Review Article:Physics Reports: 455(Nos. 1-3) 1-134 (2008).

3. SOLID-STATE CRYSTAL-TO-AMORPHOUS TRANSITION IN METAL-METAL MULTILAYERES AND ITS THERMODYANMIC AND ATOMISTIC MODELLING B.X.Liu, W.S.Lai and Z.J.Zhang Review Article: Advances in Physics 50 (No.4) 367-429 (2001).

4. IRRADIATION INDUCED AMORPHIZATION IN METALLIC MULTILAYERS AND CALCULATION OF GLASS-FORMING ABILITY FROM INTERATOMIC POTENTIALS B.X.Liu, W.S.Lai and Q.Zhang Review Article:Materials Science and Engineering: Reports 29 (1-2), 1-48 (2000).

5. FORMATION AND THEORETICAL MODELLING OF NON-EQUILIBRIUM ALLOY PHASES BY ION MIXING B.X.Liu and O.Jin Review Article: Physica Status Solidi (a) 161, 3-33 (1997).

6. THERMODYNAMICS AND GROWTH KINETICAL CONSIDERATION OF METAL-NITRIDE FORMATION BY NITROGEN IMPLANTATION

B.X.Liu, X. Zhou and H-D. Li Review Article, Physica Status Solidi (a) 113, 11-22 (1989).

7. ION MIXING AND METALLIC ALLOY PHASE FORMATION B.X.Liu Review Article:Physica Status Solidi (a) 94, 11-34 (1986).

8. INTERATOMIC POTENTIALS TO PREDICT THE BINARY METALLIC GLASS FORMATION B. X .Liu, J. H. Li and W. S. Lai J. Materials Research 25 (5) p. 769-781 (2010).

9. PROPOSED LONG RANGE POTENTIAL TO STUDY THE FORMATION AND ATOMIC STRUCTURE OF METALLIC GLASSES IN THE Ni-Nb-Ta SYSTEM Y. Dai, J. H. Li, X. L. Che and B. X. Liu J. Physical Chemistry-B 113 (20): 7282-7290 (2009).

10. THE METALLIC GLASS-FORMING REGION OF A TERNARY METAL SYSTEM PREDICTED BY INTERATOMIC POTENTIAL THROUGH MOLECULAR DYNAMICS SIMULATION X.D. Dai, J.H. Li and B.X. Liu Scripta Materialia 57: 161–164 (2007).

11. ICOSITETRAHEDRAL AND ICOSAHEDRAL ATOMIC CONFIGURATIONS OBSERVED IN THE Nb-Ag METALLIC GLASSES SYNTHESIZED BY ION BEAM MIXING K.P.Tai, N.Gao, X.D.Dai, J.H.Li and B.X.Liu Applied Physics Letters 89 (9), Art. No. 094108 AUG (2006).

12. SPINODAL DECOMPOSITION INDUCED IN A HIGHLY IMMISCIBLE Ag-Mo SYSTEM BY ION IRRADAITION K.P.Tai, X.D.Dai and B.X.Liu Applied Physics Letters 88 (18), Art. No. 184103 MAY (2006).

13. SOLID-STATE AMORPHIZATION OBSERVED IN THE EQUILIBRIUM IMMISCIBLE Cu-Re SYSTEM BY MOLECULAR DYANMICS SIMULATIONS J.H.Li, S.H.Liang and B.X.Liu J. Physical Chemistry-B 109 (34): 16463-16468 September (2005).

14. METASTABLE ISOMORPHOUS PHASE DIAGRAM OF THE PERTECTIC Ni-Ru SYSTEM PREDICTED BY AB INITIO AND MOLECULAR DYNAMICS CALCULATIONS J. H. Li, H.B.Guo, L.T.Kong and B.X.Liu Physical Review B 71 (1): Art. No. 014`07, JAN (2005).

15. FORMATION OF AMORPHOUS ALLOY BY ION BEAM MIXING AND ITS MULTISCALE THEORETICAL MODELING IN THE EQUILIBRIUM IMMISCIBLE Sc-W SYSTEM R.F.Zhang, Y.X.Shen, H.F.Yan and B.X.Liu J. Physical Chemistry B 109 (10): 4391-4397 MAR (2005).

16. GLASS-FORMING ABILITY DETERMINED BY AN N-BODY POTENTIAL IN A HIGHLY IMMISCIBLE Cu-W SYSTEM H.R.Gong, L.T.Kong, W.S.Lai and B.X.Liu Physical Review B 68, 144201 Oct. (2003).

17. MANIPULATION OF ORDERED LATERED STRUCTURE BY INTERFACE-ASSISTED ION BEAM MIXING IN IMMISCIBLE Ag-Co AND Ag-Ni SYSTEMS Z.C.Li, D.P.Yu and B.X.Liu Physical Review B 65, 245403 (1-6) (2002).

18. PREDICTION OF SOLID-STATE AMORPHIZATION IN BINARY METAL SYSTEMS C.Lin, G.W.Yang and B.X.Liu Physical Reviw B 61, 15649-15652 (2000).

19. GLASS FORMING ABILITY DETERMINED BY INTERATOMIC POTENTIAL OF THE Ni-Mo SYSTEM Q.Zhang, W.S.Lai and B.X.Liu Physical Review B 59, 13521-13524 (1999).

20. INFLUENCE OF INTERFACIAL TEXTURE ON AND ASYMMETRIC GROWTH OF SOLID-STATE AMORPHIZATION IN THE Ni/Zr MULTILAYERS W.S.Lai and B.X.Liu Physical Review B 58, 6063-6073 (1998).

21. ROLE OF INTERFACE IN ION MIXING INDUCED AMORPHIZATION IN THE Ag-Mo SYSTEM WITH VERY LARGE POSITIVE HEAT OF FORMATION O.Jin, Z.J.Zhang and B.X.Liu Applied Physics Letters 67, 1524-1526 (1995).

22. SPONTANEOUS VITRIFICATION IN THE Au-Ta SYSTEM WITH A SMALL SIZE DIFFERENCE F.Pan, Y.G.Chen and B.X.Liu Applied Physics Letters 67, 780-782 (1995).

23. ANOMALOUS ALLOYING BEHAVIOR INDUCED BY ION IRRADIATION IN A SYSTEM WITH A LARGE POSITIVE HEAT OF MIXING

Z.J.Zhang, O.Jin and B.X.Liu Physical Review B 51, 8076-8085 (1995).

24. SYNTHESIS OF β- AND α-FeSi2 PHASES BY FE ION IMPLANTATION INTO Si USING METAL VAPOR VACUUM ARC ION SOURCE

B.X.Liu, D.H.Zhu, H.B.Lu , F.Pan and K. Tao J. Applied Physics 75(8), 3847-3854 (1994).

25. EFFECTS OF ALLOYING AND TREATMENT ON VOID SWELLING OF TYPE 316 STAINLESS STEELS B.X.Liu, S.L.Lai and J.G.Sun J.Materials Research 6, 1650-1654 (1991).

26. DISCLINATION LOOPS OBSERVED IN AMORPHOUS Ni-Mo FILMS BY ION IRRADIATION B.X.Liu, C.H.Shang and H-D.Li J. Physics :Condensed Matter 3, 5769-5781 (1991).

27. LINEAR CORRELATION OF FRACTAL DIMENSION VERSUS ATOMIC MAGNETRON IN MAGNETIC-PARTICLE AGGREGATION

B.X.Liu and J.R.Ding Physical Review B 40, 7432-7434 (1989).

28. OBSERVATIONS OF FRACTAL PATTERNS INDUCED IN THIN SOLID FILMS BY ION IRRADIATION B.X.Liu, L.J.Huang, K.Tao, C.H.Shang and H-D.Li Physical Review Letters 59, 745-747 (1987).

29. PREDICTION OF METALLIC GLASS FORMATION BY ION MIXING B.X.Liu Materials Letters 5, 322-327 (1987).

30. STRUCTURAL DIFFERENCE RULE FOR AMORPHOUS ALLOY FORMATION BY ION MIXING Bai-Xin Liu, W.L.Johnson, M-A.Nicolet and S.S.Lau Applied Physics Letters 42, 45 (1983).


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