Sunxiang Huang

Asst. Professor

Phone:
(305) 284-7112
Locator Code:
C203

 
About

My research interests lie in experimental condensed matter physics, specializing in nanoscale physics, strongly correlated systems, new materials, spintronic phenomena, and superconductivity. My recent focuses have been on the fabrication of new materials, especially thin films, multilayer structures with built-in nanostructures, and on the studies of their unusual magnetic, transport (charge, spin, and heat), and superconducting properties. These studies not only reveal the novel physics, and when situation permits, also advance technological applications. Some of my other studies also include novel bulk materials, such as B20 Skyrmion single crystals. The research areas my group will pursue in the coming years include topological spin textures, pure spin current phenomena, spin caloritronics, and topological insulators. 

For more information, please see my web site
https://sites.google.com/site/sxhuang/

Career

Education

2011Ph.D. Physics Johns Hopkins University
2003B.S. Physics University of Science and Technology of China

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: Physical Review Letters, New Journal of Physics, Physical Review B, Journal of Applied Physics, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, Superconductor Science and Technology, Semiconductor Science and Technology, Applied Surface Science, International Journal of Modern Physics B, Modern Physics Letters B

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: Physical Review Letters, New Journal of Physics, Physical Review B, Journal of Applied Physics, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, Superconductor Science and Technology, Semiconductor Science and Technology, Applied Surface Science, International Journal of Modern Physics B, Modern Physics Letters B

Professional Experience

2011 - 2014Postdoctoral Fellow, Johns Hopkins University
2004 - 2011Graduate Research Assistant , Johns Hopkins University
2003 - 2006Graduate Teaching Assistant, Johns Hopkins University
2001 - 2003Undergraduate Research Assistant , University of Science and Technology of China

Conferences & Events

2013
Extended skyrmion phase in epitaxial FeGe(111) thin films | Baltimore, MD, USA
Extended skyrmion phase in epitaxial FeGe(111) thin films, APS March meeting, March 2013, Baltimore, MD, USA.
2013
Broken Symmetry and Magnetic Skyrmions | Blacksburg, VA, USA
Broken Symmetry and Magnetic Skyrmions, Condensed Matter Seminar, Department of Physics, Virginia Tech, December 2013, Blacksburg, VA, USA.
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Research

Publications

S. X. Huang, Fei Chen, Jian Kang, Jiadong Zang, G. J. Shu, F. C. Chou, and C. L. Chien "Magnetoresistance due to Broken C4 Symmetry in Cubic B20 Chiral Magnets" (2014).


S. X. Huang, Jian Kang, Fei Chen, Jiadong Zang, G. J. Shu, F. C. Chou, S. V. Grigoriev, V. A. Dyadkin, and C. L. Chien "Universal Ratio of Intrinsic Resistivities of Spin Helix in B20 (Fe-Co)Si Magnets" (2014).


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