Dr. Junqing Xu

Dr. Junqing Xu

Postdoctoral Researcher
Postdoc, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of California - Santa Cruz
Postdoc, Department of Earth- and Environmental Sciences, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany


PhD, National Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory, University of Science and Technology of China, China
Bachelor, Department of Thermal Science and Energy Engineering, University of Science and Technology of China, China

Research Interests

  • Electronic structure
  • Optical properties and core-level spectroscopy
  • Carrier and spin dynamics
  • Transport properties


J. Xu, P. Zhang, K. Haule, J. Minar, S. Wimmer, H. Ebert and R. E. Cohen, “Thermal Conductivity and Electrical Resistivity of Solid Iron at Earth’s Core Conditions from First principles”, Physical Review Letters, 121, 096601 (2018).

J. Xu, P. Krüger, C. R. Natoli, K. Hayakawa, Ziyu Wu, and K. Hatada, “X-ray absorption spectra of graphene and graphene oxide by full-potential multiple scattering calculations with self-consistent charge density”, Physical Review B, 92, 125408 (2015).

J. Xu, C. R. Natoli, P. Krüger, K. Hayakawa, Li Song, and K. Hatada, “ES2MS: An interface package for passing self-consistent charge density and potential from Electronic Structure codes To Multiple Scattering codes”, Computer Physics Communications, 203, 331 (2016).

D. Sébilleau, J. Xu, R. Choubisa, and C. R. Natoli, “A complete multiple scattering approach to the EELS cross-section”, Multiple Scattering Theory for Spectroscopies. Springer, Cham, 2018. 357-362.

Q. Liu, X. Li, Z. Xiao, Y. Zhou, H. Chen, A. Khalil, T. Xiang, J. Xu, W. Chu, X. Wu, J. Yang, C. Wang, Y. Xiong, C. Jin, P. M. Ajayan, and L. Song, “Stable Metallic 1T-WS2 Nanoribbons Intercalated with Ammonia Ions: The Correlation between Structure and Electrical/Optical Properties”, Advanced Materials, 27, 4837-4844 (2015).

R. Choubisa, D. Sébilleau, J. Xu, and C. R. Natoli, “(e, 2e) Impact Ionization Processes for Surface Science”, Multiple Scattering Theory for Spectroscopies. Springer, Cham, 2018. 259-264.

A. Marcelli, B. Spataro, S. Sarti, VA Dolgashev, S. Tantawi, DA Yeremian, Y. Higashi, R. Parodi, A. Notargiacomo, J. Xu, et al.,“Characterization of thick conducting molybdenum films: Enhanced conductivity via thermal annealing”, Surface and Coatings Technology, 261, 391-397 (2015).

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