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Xueming Yang  
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xmyang@dicp.ac.cn

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1991 Ph. D. in Chemistry, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
“Spectroscopy and Collisional Dynamics of Highly Vibrationally Excited Molecules” (Prof. A. M. Wodtke)


1985 M. Sc. in Chemical Physics, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics,
Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
“High Resolution Spectroscopy of Polyatomic Molecules” (Prof. Qingshi Zhu, and Prof. Cunhao Zhang)


1982 B. Sc. in Physics, Zhejiang Normal University, Zhejiang, China

 

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Adjunct Professor, Department of Chemical Physics, University of Science & Technology of China, Hefei, China, 2003-present

Fellow and Director, State Key Laboratory of Molecular Reaction Dynamics, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Dalian, China, 9/2001-present

Fellow, Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, 8/2000-4/2004.

JILA Visiting Fellow, JILA, University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, Colorado, USA, 7/2000-1/2001.

Adjunct Professor, Department of Chemistry, National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan, 8/1/1999-7/2003.

Associate Fellow, Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, 12/1995-8/2000.

Research Associate, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories and Department of Chemistry, University of California at Berkeley, California, USA, 5/93-11/95 (Advisor: Prof. Yuan T. Lee).

Post Doctoral Research Associate, Princeton University, New Jersey, USA, 9/91-5/93 (Advisor: Prof. Giacinto Scoles).
 

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Kinetics and dynamics of complicated systems.

Multiple channel dynamics of unimolecular photodissociation and bimolecular reactions using universal crossed experimental techniques based on electron impact ionization and VUV (synchrotron & laser based) photoionization.

State-to-state dynamics of unimolecular and bimolecular reactions

Molecular photochemistry.

Electron dynamics at surfaces and interfaces

Photocatalysis
 

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Graduate Thesis Award, Zhejiang Normal University, 1982.
UC Regents Fellowship, UC Santa Barbara, 1989-1990.
NSC Outstanding Young Investigator, 1998, 1999.
Young Scientist Award, Academia Sinica, 1999.
Outstanding Young Chemist Award, Chinese Chemical Society, Taipei, 1999.
Best Research Article Award, Journal of the Chinese Chemical Society, 1999.
JILA Visiting Fellowship, University of Colorado, Boulder, 2000
NSC Distinguished Research Award, 2002
Broida Prize Award, International Symposium on Free Radicals, Italy, 2001.
Citation Classic Award, ISI Thompson Scientific, 2001
Achievement in Asia Award, Overseas Chinese Physics Association, 2002
NSC Distinguished Research Award, NSC 2004
Royal Dutch Visiting Professorship, the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research, 2003
One Hundred Talented Scientist Program, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2002.
Outstanding Young Scientist Award, National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2005.
Outstanding Teachers Award,Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2006
Outstanding Graduate Adviser Award, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2006
Fellow, American Physical Society, elected, 2006
China's 10 most significant S&T developments in 2006
Outstanding Science and Technology Achievement Prize, Chinese Academy of Science, 2007.
Natural Science Award of Liaoning Province (First Prize), Liaoning Province, 2007.
China's 10 most significant S&T developments in 2007

Outstanding Teachers Award,Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2008
Outstanding Graduate Adviser Award, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2008

National Natural Science Award (2nd class), Minister of Science & Technique of China, 2008
Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2011
 

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Editor-in-Chief, Chinese Journal of Chemical Physics, 2006-present.

Chairman, Steering Committee of the National Dynamics Meeting, 2005-present.

Senior Editor, Journal of Physical Chemistry A/B/C, 2007-present.

Member of the Editorial Board, International Reviews in Physical Chemistry, 2005-2011

Member of the Advisory Board, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (PCCP), 2008 -2010

Member of the Advisory Board, Chemical Physics Letters, 2008-2011

Member of the Advisory Committee, International Symposium on Molecular Beams, 2005-present.

Member of the International Advisory Board, International Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy, Ohio State University, 2005-2008.

Member of the International Advisory Board, International Symposium of Stereodynamics of Chemical Reactions, 2006-Now

973 Project Chief Scientist, Ministry of Science and Technology, 2002-2005 and 2007-2011.

Foreign Program Coordinator and Theme Leader, US National Science Foundation PIRE Project, 2005-2010.

Chairman,National Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory Users’ Committee, 2005-2008.
 

Publications 
 
 

About 160 peer reviewed research articles including 5 in Science, 1 in Nature, 2 in PNAS, 8 in Phys. Rev. Lett., 1 in JACS with 4 review articles in Annu. Rev. Phys. Chem. , Acc.  Chem. Res. and Int. Rev. Phys. Chem. and 2 books published in World Scientific Publishing, Singapore.  
 

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Xueming Yang and Donghui Zhang, Dynamical resonances in the fluorine atom research with the Hydrogen molecule, Accounts of Chemical Research, 41(8)981-989(200808)
 

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Wang, X.; Dong, W.; Qiu, M.; Ren, Z., Che, L.; Dai, D.; Wang, X.; Yang,X.; Sun, Z.; Fu, B.; Lee,S.-Y.; Xu,X.; Zhang, D.H. HF(v’=3) Forward Scattering in the F+H2 Reaction: Shape Resonance and Slow-Down Mechanism, PNAS, 105(17)6227-6231 (2008)
 

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Zefeng Ren, Li Che, Xingan Wang, Minghui Qiu, Wenrui Dong, Dongxu Dai, Xiuyan Wang and Xueming Yang, Zhigang Sun, Bina Fu, Soo-Y. Lee, Xin Xu and Dong H. Zhang, Probing the Feshbach Resonance Potential in the F Atom Reaction with Hydrogen via Isotope Substitution, PNAS, 105(35)12662-12666 (200809)
 

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Li Che, Zefeng Ren, Xingan Wang, Wenrui Dong, Dongxu Dai, Xiuyan Wang, Dong H. Zhang, Xueming Yang, Liusi Sheng, Guoliang Li, Hans-Joachim Werner, François Lique, Millard H. Alexander, Breakdown of the Born-Oppenheimer approximation in the F+o-D2DF+D reaction, Science 317, 1061(2007).
 

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Xueming Yang, Recent Advances in State-to-State Chemical Reaction Dynamics, in Gas Phase Chemical Reaction Dynamics, edited by P. Kleiber and K. C. Lin, Research Signpost, 2007.
 

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Zefeng Ren, Li Che, Minghui Qiu, Xingan Wang, Dongxu Dai, Steve A. Harich, Xiuyan Wang, Xueming Yang, Chuanxiu Xu and Daiqian Xie, Zhigang Sun, Dong H. Zhang, Probing Feshbach resonances in F+H2(j=1)HF+H: Dynamical effect of single quantum H2-rotation, J. Chem. Phys., 125(2006) 151102-1151102-4 (JCP Communication).
 

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Minghui Qiu, Zefeng Ren, Li Che, Dongxu Dai, Steve A. Harich, Xiuyan Wang, Xueming Yang, Chuanxiu Xu and Daiqian Xie, Magnus Gustafsson, Rex T. Skodje, Zhigang Sun, Dong H. Zhang, Observation of Feshbach resonances in the F+H2HF+H reaction, Science, 311(2006) 1440-1443.
 

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Jianyang Zhang, Dongxu Dai, Chia Chen Wang, Steven A. Harich, Xiuyan Wang, Xueming Yang, Magnus Gustafsson, Rex T. Skodje, State to state to state dynamics of the D+H2HD+H reaction: Control of transition-state pathways via reagent orientation, Phys. Rev. Lett. 96 (2006) 093201-1093201-4.
 

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Kaijun Yuan, Yuan Cheng, Xianghong Liu, Steven Harich, Xueming Yang, Donghui Zhang, Experimental and quantum dynamical study on an asymmetric insertion reaction: State-to-state dynamics of O(1D) + HD(1g+,v’=0,j’=0) OH(2∏,v”,N”) + D(2S), Phys. Rev. Lett. 96(2006) 103202-1103202-4
 

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Xueming Yang, State-to-state dynamics of elementary chemical reactions using Rydberg H-atom translational spectroscopy, Int. Rev. Phys. Chem., 24(2005) 37-98. (invited review article)
 

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Dongxu Dai, Chia Chen Wang, Guorong Wu, Steven A. Harich, Hui Song, Michael Hayes, Rex T. Skodje, Xiuyan Wang, Dieter Gerlich, and Xueming Yang, State-to-state dynamics of high-n Rydberg H-atom scattering with D2, Phys. Rev. Lett., 95(2005) 013201-1013201-4.
 

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Rex T. Skodje and Xueming Yang, The observation of quantum bottleneck States, Int. Rev. Phys. Chem., 23(2004) 253-287.
 

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Xueming Yang, State-to-State Reaction Dynamics of Elementary Chemical Reactions using Ryberg Tagging Translational Spectroscopy, Modern Trends in Chemical Reaction Dynamics: Experiment and Theory, Part II, edited by X. Yang, and K. Liu, World Scientific Publishing, Singapore (2004).
 

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Xueming Yang, Mutiple Channel Reaction Dynamics using Universal Molecular Beam Techniques, Modern Trends in Chemical Reaction Dynamics: Experiment and Theory, Part I, edited by X. Yang, and K. Liu, World Scientific Publishing, Singapore (2003).
 

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Dongxu Dai, Chia C. Wang, Steven A. Harich, Xiuyan Wang, Xueming Yang, Sheng Der Chao, Rex T. Skodje, Interference of quantized transition-state pathways in the H + D2D + HD chemical reaction, Science, 300(2003)1730-1734.
 

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Steven A. Harich, Dongxu Dai, Chia C. Wang, Xueming Yang, Sheng Der Chao and Rex T. Skodje, Forward scattering due to slow-down of the intermediate in the H + HDD + H2 reaction, Nature, 419(2002) 281-284.
 

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Xianghong Liu, Chia C. Wang, Steven A. Harich, and Xueming Yang, Effect of a single quantum rotational excitation on state-to-state dynamics of the O(1D) + H2OH + H reaction, Phys. Rev. Lett., 89 (2002)133201-1133201-4.
 

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Lora Nugent-Glandorf, Michael Scheer, David Samuels, Anneliese Mulhisen, Edward R. Grant, Xueming Yang, Veronica M. Bierbaum and Stephen R. Leone, Ultrafast time-resolved soft X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy of dissociating Br2, Phys. Rev. Lett., 87(2001) 193002-1193002-4.
 

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Steven A. Harich, Xuefeng Yang, Xueming Yang, Rob van Harrevelt and M. C. van Hemert, Single Rotational product propensity in the photodissociation of HOD, Phys. Rev. Lett., 87 (2001), 263001-1263001-4.
 

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Steven A. Harich, Xuefeng Yang, Xueming Yang, Richard N. Dixon, Extremely rotationally excited OH from water (HOD) photodissociation through conical intersection, Phys. Rev. Lett., 87(2001) 253201-1253201-4.
 

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Jinian Shu, Jim J. Lin, Yuan T. Lee and Xueming Yang, A crossed molecular beam study of the O(1D) + C3H8 reaction: Multiple reaction pathways, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 123(2001) 322-330.
 

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Xianghong Liu, Jim J. Lin, Steven A. Harich, and Xueming Yang, State-to-state dynamics for O(1D) + D2  OD + D: Evidence for a collinear abstraction mechansim, Phys. Rev. Lett., 86(2001) 408-411.
 

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Xianghong Liu, Jim J. Lin, Steven A. Harich, George C. Schatz and Xueming Yang, A quantum-state-resolved insertion reaction: O(1D) + H2(J=0)OH (2,v,N) + H(2S), Science, 289(2000) 1536-1538.
 

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X. Liu, J. J. Lin, D. W. Hwang, X. F. Yang, and X. Yang, High Resolution Translational Spectroscopic Studies of Elementary Chemical Processes, Advances in Molecular Beam Research and Applications, Springer-Verlag, Editor R. Compargue (invited paper), 2000.
 

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R. N. Dixon, D. W. Hwang, X. F. Yang, S. Harich, J. J. Lin, and X. Yang, Chemical “double slits”: Dynamical interference of photodissociation pathways in water, Science, 285(1999) 1249-1253.

 

 

 

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