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name : WANG Xianlong Gender: male phone: 028-83202351
email: office-address: Yifulou Building 351, Shahe Campus
PH.D  Supervisor: No Master Supervisor Yes
major: Computational Chemistry and Biology
research interst: Multi-scale modeling of biological systems, terahertz spectra and applications, molecular rotors
Biography: Dr. Wang received his doctoral degree at Bryn Mawr College (Philadephia, USA) in May, 2006. After a brief visit to the Max Plank Institute of Chemical Physics for Solids (Dresden, Germany), he founded Dirac Scientific Computing LLC at Chengdu in 2006. In June, 2008, he joined in the School of Life Science and Technology at the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC). In 2014, he visited the theoretical chemistry group at the VU Unveristy Amsterdam (Netherlands) for one year under the support of China Scholarship Council. He has published more than 30 research papers on the various topics in computational chemistry and physical chemistry. 
Teaching Schedule: Biostatistics (Spring)
Computer Aided Drug Design (Spring)
Selected Publications: [1]Wang, X.; Mallory, F. B.; Mallory, C. W.; Odhner, H. R.; Beckmann, P. A. Solid state H-1 spin-lattice relaxation and isolated-molecule and cluster electronic structure calculations in organic molecular solids: The relationship between structure and methyl group and t-butyl group rotation[J]. Journal of Chemical Physics, 140, 194304, 2014.
[2]Wang, X.; Li, L.; Wang, Y.; Xu, C.; Zhao, B.; Yang, X. Application of reduced graphene oxide and carbon nanotube modified electrodes for measuring the enzymatic activity of alcohol dehydrogenase[J]. Food Chemistry, 138, 2195-2200, 2013.
[3] Beckmann, P. A.; Conn, K. G.; Mallory, C. W.; Mallory, F. B.; Rheingold, A. L.; Rotkina, L.; Wang, X. Distributions of methyl group rotational barriers in polycrystalline organic solids[J]. Journal of Chemical Physics, 139, 204501, 2013.
[4]Fahey, D. P.; Dougherty, W. G., Jr.; Kassel, W. S.; Wang, X.; Beckmann, P. A. Nonexponential Solid State H-1 and F-19 Spin-Lattice Relaxation, Single-crystal X-ray Diffraction, and Isolated-Molecule and Cluster Electronic Structure Calculations in an Organic Solid: Coupled Methyl Group Rotation and Methoxy Group Libration in 4,4 '-Dimethoxyoctafluorobiphenyl [J]. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 116, 11946-11956, 2012.
[5] Wang, X.; Rotkina, L.; Su, H.; Beckmann, P. A. Single-Crystal X-Ray Diffraction, Isolated-Molecule and Cluster Electronic Structure Calculations, and Scanning Electron Microscopy in an Organic solid: Models for Intramolecular Motion in 4,4'-Dimethoxybiphenyl[J], Chemphyschem, 13, 2082-2089, 2012.
[6] Wang, X.; Beckmann, P. A.; Mallory, C. W.; Rheingold, A. L.; DiPasquale, A. G.; Carroll, P. J.; Mallory, F. B. Intramolecular and Intermolecular Contributions to the Barriers for Rotation of Methyl Groups in Crystalline Solids: Electronic Structure Calculations and Solid-State NMR Relaxation Measurements[J]. Journal of Organic Chemistry, 76, 5170-5176, 2011.