北京高压科学研究中心
Center for High Pressure Science &Technology Advanced Research
  • Wenqin Sun
    HPSTAR Beijing Lab
    wenqing.sun@hpstar.ac.cn


    Dr. Wenqing Sun got his PhD in solid geophysics from Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences. His research focuses on the geochemical processes and physical properties of some dominant compositions in the subduction zones. Combining with the geochemical characteristics of natural rocks and geophysical structures in the Earth’s interior, he works to reveal the information of the deep Earth.

  • Bihan Wang
    HPSTAR Shanghai Lab
    bihan.wang@hpstar.ac.cn


    Dr. Bihan Wang got her PhD in Condensed Matter Physics from the Center for High Pressure Science and Technology Advanced Research (HPSTAR) and she continued her research at HPSTAR as a postdoc after graduation. Her research focus on high-pressure non-equilibrium state of materials under different time scales.

  • Linfei Yang
    HPSTAR Beijing Lab
    linfei.yang@hpstar.ac.cn


    Dr. Linfei Yang is a Postdoctoral fellow working with Dr. Qingyang Hu. He received his PhD in Physics from CAS. His research focus on the phase transitions of hydrated sulfates, anhydrous sulfates, and sulfide under high pressure and high temperature in DAC.

  • Yanlong Wang
    HPSTAR Beijing Lab
    yanlong.wang@hpstar.ac.cn


    Dr. Yanlong Wang is a Postdoctoral fellow working with Dr. Lei Su. He obtained his PhD degree in Organic Chemistry from Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (ICCAS), Beijing, China in December 2020. His research focuses on photocatalytic materials at high pressure.

  • Donghui Yue
    HPSTAR Beijing Lab
    donghui.yue@hpstar.ac.cn


    Donghui Yue is a postdoc fellow working with Dr. Jin Liu. He got his PhD in Condensed Matter Physics from Jilin University in 2019. His research focuses on in-situ thermal conductivity measurement under extreme conditions.

  • Tianfeng Duan
    HPSTAR Shanghai Lab
    tianfeng.duan@hpstar.ac.cn


    Tianfeng Duan is a postdoctoral fellow working with Dr. Xujie Lü. He received his PhD in Physics from the Nanjing University. His research focuses on superconducting films and technology development of nanocomposite thin-film.

  • Kewei Sheng
    HPSTAR Beijing Lab
    kewei.shen@hpstar.ac.cn


    Dr. Kewei Shen got her B.S. in Geochemistry from Lanzhou University. She obtained her Ph.D. degree in Geophysics at the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences. Her research interests focus on the electrical conductivity of hydrous minerals at high P-T conditions and their geophysical implications on high-conductivity anomalies in the Earth’s interior.​

  • Junxiu Liu
    HPSTAR Shanghai Lab
    junxiu.liu@hpstar.ac.cn


    Junxiu Liu got her PhD in Condensed Matter Physics from HPSTAR in June, 2020. Then she continued her postdoc research with Dr. Hengzhongzhang, a staff scientist of HPSTAR, on photocatalysts and electrocatalysts study.

  • Yang Gao
    HPSTAR Shanghai Lab
    yang.gao@hpstar.ac.cn


    Yang Gao mainly focuses on studying the structure and properties of solid materials under extreme conditions including high pressure and high temperature via synchrotron X-ray diffraction and Raman spectroscopy methods.

  • Xiaokang Feng
    HPSTAR Shanghai Lab
    xiaokang.feng@hpstar.ac.cn


    Dr. Xiaokang Feng is a postdoc fellow working with Dr. Wenge Yang. He got his PhD in condensed matter physics from Jilin University in June 2019. Feng_sqlquote_s research focus on the mechanical properties of VIB transition metal nitrides​.

  • Kejun Bu
    HPSTAR Shanghai Lab
    kejun.bu@hpstar.ac.cn


    Kejun Bu is a Postdoc fellow working with Prof. Xujie Lü. He obtained his PhD degree in the Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (SICCAS). His research focuses on inorganic functional materials under high pressure.

  • Chaoshuai Zhao
    HPSTAR Beijing Lab
    chaoshuai.zhao@hpstar.ac.cn


    Chaoshui Zhao is a postdoc fewllow working with Dr. Jin Liu since he gradulated from Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, in 2019. His research interest focuses on Carbonates and Implications for the deep carbon cycle.

  • Mingtao Li
    HPSTAR Shanghai Lab
    mingtao.li@hpstar.ac.cn


    Mingtao Li received a Ph.D. in condensed matter physics from Shanghai University in 2015. He joined in HPSTAR as a post-doctor in 2018. He has been focusing on studies of crystal structure and unconventional superconductivity of doped topological insulators using in-situ high pressure techniques of electrical transport, Raman-scattering, synchrotron x-ray diffraction, x-ray absorption fine structure.

  • Kaiyuan Shi
    HPSTAR Beijing Lab
    kaiyuan.shi@hpstar.ac.cn


    Kaiyuan Shi is a Postdoc fellow working with Prof. Lei Su. He received his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (ICCAS). His research interest mainly focuses on structural transformation and chemical reaction under dynamic compression (dynamic DAC).

  • Yongsheng Zhao
    HPSTAR Shanghai Lab
    yongsheng.zhao@hpstar.ac.cn


    Yongsheng Zhao is a joint student with HPSTAR during her Ph.D. She joined HPSTAR as a postdoctoral fellow after she received Ph.D. from Jilin University in 2017. Now she focuses on optical physics researches under high pressure on rare-earth and two-dimension materials.

  • Takeshi Nakagawa
    HPSTAR Beijing Lab
    takeshi.nakagawa@hpstar.ac.cn


    Dr. Nakagawa received his Ph.D. in Chemistry from University of Durham, United Kingdom, in 2010. He joined HPSTAR as a postdoctoral research fellow in September 2018. His research interests lie in the field of solid state physics involving synthesis and characterization of new materials possessing a number of functionalites. He has acquired a knowledge and know-how to employ the techniques for investigating those materials under extreme conditions over the years, which involves Synchrotron X-ray/neutron powder diffraction, X-ray absorption, magnetometry, vibrational, and muSR spectroscopy and so on. His research at HPSTAR will be focused on the study of pressure-induced complex physical phenomena in strongly correlated f-electron systems.

  • Bijuan Chen
    HPSTAR Beijing Lab
    Bijuan.chen@hpstar.ac.cn


    Dr. Bijuan Chen received PhD degree incondensed matter physics from Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy ofSciences, China, in June 2016 under the supervision of Prof. Changqing Jin, andobtained her bachelor’s degree in 2011 at Sichuan University. Her research interests mainly focus on the studies of mixed valent behaviors, exoticmagnetism, quantum phase transition and superconductivity in f electron materials under extreme pressures using X-ray spectroscopy and neutron scattering.