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Professor Xiangjun Xing received his B.S. degree in Mathematics from Nanjing University in 1993, and his M.S. degree in Physics from Nanjing University, in 1996. In 2003, he got his Ph.D. degree from University of Colorado at Boulder. He was a postdoc research associate at Physics department, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign from 2003 to 2005, and an assistant professor at Physics department, Syracuse University from 2005 to 2010. He joined Institute of Natural Sciences and Department of Physics as Distinguished Professor in 2010.
Soft condensed matter physics and statistical physics: Elasticity of complex elastomeric materials, Liquid Crystals and Membranes, Statistical Mechanics of charged systems; Generalized elasticity theory,Topological Defects.
- A Multi-scale Monte Carlo Method for Electrolytes, Yihao Liang, Zhenli Xu, Xiangjun Xing (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)
- The Long Scale Properties of Dense Electrolytes, Mingnan Ding, Yihao Liang, Bing-Sui Lu, Xiangjun Xing, arXiv:1502.06687
- Smectic Polymer Vesicles Lin Jia, Amin Cao, Daniel Levy, Bing Xu, Pierre-Antoine Albouy, Xi- angjun Xing, Mark J. Bowick, Min-Hui Li Soft Matter, 2009, 5, 3446 - 3451
- Soft random solids and their heterogeneous elasticity Xiaoming Mao, Paul M. Goldbart, Xiangjun Xing, Annette Zippelius Phys. Rev. E 80, 031140 (2009).
- Topological and geometry of smectic order on compact curved substrates Xiangjun Xing J. Stat. Phys. (2009) 134: 487-536
- Vacancy diffusion in the triangular lattice dimer model Monwhea Jeng, Mark J. Bowick, Werner Krauth, Jennifer M. Schwarz, and Xiangjun Xing Phys. Rev. E 78, 021112 (2008)
- Isotropic-Cholesteric Transition of a Weakly Chiral Elastomer Cylinder X. Xing and Aparna Baskaran Phys. Rev. E 78, 021709 (2008)
- Topological Defects in Spherical Nematics Homin Shin, Mark J. Bowick and Xiangjun Xing Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 037802 (2008)
- Nematic elastomers: From a microscopic model to macroscopic elasticity theory Xiangjun Xing, Stephan Pfahl, Swagatam Mukhopadhyay, Paul M. Gold- bart, and Annette Zippelius Physical Review E 77, 051802 (2008)
- Nonlinear Elasticity, Fluctuations and Heterogeneity of Nematic Elas- tomers
- Xiangjun Xing and Leo Radzihovsky Annals of Physics, Vol. 323, Issue 1, Jan. 2008, 105-203 January Special Issue 2008
- Topology of Smectic Order on Compact Substrates Xiangjun Xing Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 147801 (2008)
- Semigroup Theory of Rate Independent Hysteresis Xiangjun Xing Preprint arXiv:0707.3302, submitted to Physical Review Letters
- Spatial Heterogeneity in the Elasticity of Soft Random Solids Xiaoming Mao, Paul M. Goldbart, X. Xing, and Annette Zippelius Cond-mat/0610407, Europhysics Letters 80 No 2 (October 2007) 26004
- Thermal Fluctuations and Rubber Elasticity X. Xing, L. Radzihovsky and P. M. Goldbart Physical Review Letters 98, 075502 (2007) Featured by Physical Review Focus, 20 February 2007, Rubber Theory Fits without a Stretch
Scaling of Entropic Shear Rigidity X. Xing, S. Mukhopadhyay, P. M. Goldbart Physical Review Letters 93, 225701 (2004)
- Phases and Transitions in Phantom Nematic Elastomer Membranes X. Xing and L. Radzihovsky Physical Review E 71, 011802 (2005)
- Fluctuating Nematic Elastomer Membranes X. Xing and L. Radzihovsky Physical Review E 68, 021108 (2003)
- Thermal Fluctuations and Anomalous Elasticity of Homogeneous Nematic Elastomers X. Xing and L. Radzihovsky Europhysics Letters 61, 769 (2003)
- Universal Elasticity and Fluctuations of Nematic Gels X. Xing and L. Radzihovsky Physical Review Letters 90, 168301 (2003)
- Symmetries and Elasticity of Nematic Gels T. C. Lubensky, R. Mukhopadhyay, L. Radzihovsky, X. Xing Physical Review E 66, 011702