凌新生 客座教授

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职称 

教授

办公室

机械楼401

联系电话

18551613791

E-mail

101011918@seu.edu.cn


学习经历

1980-1984  武汉大学 物理系 学士

1984-1987  中科院金属所 金属物理 硕士

1987-1992  康涅狄格大学(University of Connecticut), 物理,博士

工作经历

1992-1994 耶鲁大学 博士后

1994-1996  NEC普林斯顿研究所 访问科学家

1996-至今 布朗大学 教授

教授课程

经典力学,电磁学,热力学与统计物理,电动力学,量子力学,生物物理,纳米孔器件物理。

研究方向

1. 纳米孔测序物理和工程

2. 生物物理

获奖情况

1998   A. P. Sloan Fellowship (斯隆奖)

2002   J.S. Guggenheim Fellowship (古根汉姆奖)

论文著作

[43] Daniel Y. Ling and Xinsheng   Sean Ling, “On the distribution of DNA   translocation times in solid-state nanopores: an analysis using Schrödinger's   first-passage-time theory”, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter25,   375102 (2013).

[42] Sungcheol Kim, Lichao Yu, Stephanie Huang, Alexandros   Pertsinidis, and Xinsheng Sean Ling, Optical Tweezers as a   Micromechanical Tool for Studying Defects in 2D Colloidal Crystals (Invited   Paper), Proc. of SPIE Vol.8097, 80970X-1(2011).

[41] Helen A. Hanson, Xi Wang,I.K. Dimitrov, J. Shi, X.S. Ling,   B.B. Maranville, C.F. Majkrzak M. Laver, U. Keiderling, M. Russina,   Structural evidence for an edge-contaminated vortex phase in a Nb   crystal using neutron diffraction Phys. Rev. B 84, 014506 (2011).

[40] Xinsheng Sean Ling, Fabrication and   Integration of Solid-State Nanopores, and Applications in Molecular   Biophysics (A review chapter), to be published in Nanopores   (edited by Rashid Bashir, Samir Iqbal), (Springer, 2011).

[39] Xi   Wang, Helen A. Hanson, Xinsheng Sean Ling, Charles F. Majkrzak, Brian B.   Maranville, 3D Spatially Resolved Neutron Diffraction from a Disordered   Vortex Lattice (arXiv:1102.4776), J. App. Cryst. 44, 414 (2011).

[38]   Venkat S.K. Balagurusamy, Paul Weinger, & Xinsheng Sean Ling,   Detection of DNA hybridizations using solid-state nanopores,   Nanotechnology 21, 335102 (2010).

[37]   Hongbo Peng and X. S. Ling, “Reverse DNA translocation through a solid-state   nanopore by magnetic tweezers”, Nanotechnology, 20, 185101 (2009).

[36]   D. Branton, D. Deamer, A. Marziali, H. Bayley, S.A. Benner, T. Butler, M. Di   Ventra, S. Garaj, A. Hibbs, X. Huang, S. B. Jovanovich, P. S. Krstic, S.   Lindsay, X. S. Ling, C. H. Mastrangelo, A. Meller, J. S. Oliver, Y. V.   Pershin, J. M. Ramsey, R. Riehn, G. V. Soni, V. Tabard-Cossa, M. Wanunu, M.   Wiggin & J. A. Schloss, “Review: The potential and challenges of nanopore   sequencing”, Nature Biotechnology 26, 1146 - 1153 (2008).

[35] A. Pertsinidis and X.S. Ling, Statics and   Dynamics of 2D Colloidal Crystals in a Random Pinning Potential,   Physical Review Letters, 100, 028303 (2008).

[34] N. D. Daniilidis, S. R. Park, I. K. Dimitrov,   J. W. Lynn, X. S. Ling, Emergence of Quasi-Long-Range Order below the   Bragg Glass Transition, Physical Review Letters, 99, 147007   (2007).

[33] N. Daniilidis, I. Dimitrov and X. S. Ling,   Ewald construction and resolution function for rocking-curve Small   Angle Neutron Scattering experiments, Journal of Applied   Crystallography, 40, 959-963 (2007).

[32] I. K. Dimitrov, N. D. Daniilidis, C. Elbaum, J.   W. Lynn, X. S. Ling, “Peak Effect in Polycrystalline Vortex Matter”, Physical   Review Letters 99, 047001 (2007).

[31] N. D. Daniilidis, I. K. Dimitrov, V. F.   Mitrovic, C. Elbaum, X. S. Ling, “Magnetocaloric Studies of the Peak Effect   in Nb”, Physical Review B 75, 174519 (2007).

[30]   S.R. Park, H. Peng, and X.S. Ling, Fabrication of Nanopores in Silicon   Chips Using Feedback Chemical Etching, SMALL 3, 116 (2007).

[29]   S. Wu, S.R. Park, and X.S. Ling, Lithography-Free Formation of   Nanopores in Plastic Membranes using Laser Heating, Nano Letters 6,   2571(2006).

[28] A.J. Storm, J.H. Chen, X.S. Ling, H. Zandbergen,   and C. Dekker, “Electron-Beam-Induced Deformations of SiO2 Nanostructures”,   Journal of Applied Physics 98, 014307 (2005).

[27] X.S. Ling, Scars on a colloidal crystal   ball, News & Views, Nature Materials, 4, 360 (2005).

[26] A. Pertsinidis and X.S. Ling, “Video microscopy   and micromechanics studies of one- and two-dimensional colloidal crystals”   (Invited Paper), Focus Issue onBrownian Motion and Diffusion in the   21st Century (Institute of Physics and Deutsche Physikalische   Gesellschaft), New Journal of Physics, 7, 33 (2005).

[25] S.R. Park, S.M. Choi, D.C. Dender, J.W. Lynn,   and X.S. Ling, “Fate of the Peak Effect in a Type-II Superconductor:   Multicriticality of the Bragg-Glass Transition, Physical Review   Letters, 91, 167003 (2003).

[24] A.J. Storm, J.H. Chen, X.S. Ling, H.   Zandbergen, and C. Dekker, “Fabrication of Solid-State Nanopores with Single   Nanometer Precision”, Nature Materials, 2, 537 (2003).

[23] X.S. Ling, S.R. Park, B.A. McClain, S.M. Choi,   D.C. Dender, and J.W. Lynn, Physical Review Letters, 89, 259702   (2002), “Ling et al. Reply.

[22] A. Pertsinidis and X.S. Ling, “Diffusion of   Point Defects in Two-Dimensional Colloidal Crystals”, Nature, 413, 147   (2001).

[21] A. Pertsinidis and X.S. Ling, “Equilibrium   Configurations and Energetics of Point Defects in Two-Dimensional Colloidal   Crystals”, Physical Review Letters, 87, 098303 (2001).

[20] X.S. Ling, S.R. Park, B.A. McClain, S.M. Choi,   D.C. Dender, and J.W. Lynn, “Superheating and Supercooling of Vortex Matter   in a Nb Single Crystal: Direct Evidence for a Phase Transition at the Peak   Effect from Neutron Diffraction, Physical Review Letters, 86,   712 (2001) (a PR Focus story, 1/19/01).

[19] H. H. Wen, S. L. Li, G. H. Chen, and X. S.   Ling, “Vortex-slush state in YBa2 Cu3 O7- thin films”,   Physical Review, B 64, 054507 (2001).

[18] J. Shi, X. S. Ling, R. Liang, D.A. Bonn, W.N.   Hardy, Physical Review, B Rapid Communications, 60, R12593 (1999),   “Giant Peak Effect Observed in an Ultra-pure YBa2Cu3O7 Crystal.   

[17] X.S. Ling, S.J. Smullin, J.E. Berger, W.L.   Karlin, D.E. Prober, R. Liang, “Equilibrium and Driven Vortex Phases in the   Anomalous Peak Effect”, Philosophical Magazine Letters, 79, 399   (1999).

[16] J. Shi, J.E. Berger, and X.S. Ling, Physica C,   301, 215 (1998), “Growth of YBa2Cu3O7 Crystals   with BaZrO3-Coated   Alumina Crucibles.

[15] X.S. Ling, J.E. Berger, and D. E. Prober,   Physical Review, B Rapid Communications, 57, R3249 (1998), “Nature of Vortex   Lattice Disordering at the Onset of the Peak Effect.

[14] X.S. Ling, J.I. Budnick, and B.W. Veal, Physica   C, 282, 2191 (1997), “Peak Effect and Its Disappearance in Superconducting   YBCO Crystals.

[13] J.D. McCambridge, N. Rizzo, S. Hess, J. Wang,   X.S. Ling, and D.E. Prober, IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity,   7, 1134 (1997), “Pinning and Vortex Lattice Structure in NbTi Alloy   Multilayers.

[12] X.S. Ling, H.J. Lezec, M.J. Higgins, J.S. Tsai,   J. Fujita, Y. Nakamura, Chao Tang, P.M. Chaikin, and S. Bhattacharya,   Physical Review Letters, 76, 2989 (1996), “Nature of Phase Transitions of   Superconducting Wire Networks in a Magnetic Field.

[11] C. Tang, X.S. Ling, S. Bhattacharya, and P.M.   Chaikin, Europhysics Letters, 35, 597 (1996), “Peak Effect in   Superconductors: Melting of Larkin Domains.

[10] S. Field, J. Witt, F. Nori, and X.S. Ling,   Physical Review Letters, 74, 1206 (1995), “Superconducting Vortex   Avalanches”.

[9] X.S. Ling, J.D. McCambridge, N.D. Rizzo, J.W.   Sleight, D.E. Prober, L.R. Motowidlo, and B.A. Zeitlin, Physical Review   Letters, 74, 805 (1995), “Fluctuation Effects on a Strongly Pinned Vortex   Lattice in a Thin Type-II Superconducting Wire”.

[8] J.D. McCambridge, N.D. Rizzo, X.S. Ling, J.   Wang, D.E. Prober, L. Motowidlo, and B.A. Zeitlin, IEEE Transactions on   Applied Superconductivity, 5, 1697 (1995), “Flux Pinning in NbTi/Nb   Multilayer.

[7] X.S. Ling, J.D. McCambridge, N.D. Rizzo, J.W.   Sleight, D.E. Prober, L.R. Motowidlo, and B.A. Zeitlin, Physica B, 194-196,   1867 (1994), “Flux Dynamics in Submicron Superconducting NbTi Wires”.

[6] L. Motowidlo, B. Zeitlin, J. McCambridge, N.   Rizzo, X.S. Ling, and D.E. Prober, IEEE Transactions on Applied   Superconductivity, 3, 1366 (1993), “Multifilamentary NbTi with Artificial   Pinning Centers”.

[5] H. Liu, E. Gregory, N.D. Rizzo, J.D. McCambridge,   X.S. Ling, and D.E. Prober, IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity,   3, 1350 (1993), “Experimental Results on Nb-Ta-Ti Superconducting Wires”.

[4] X.S. Ling, D. Shi, and J.I. Budnick, Physica C,   185, 2181 (1991), “Self-Organized Critical State in HTSC”.

[3] D. Shi, X.S. Ling, M. Xu, M. Fang, S. Luo, J.I.   Budnick, B. Dabrowski, D. Hinks, and Y. Zheng, Physical Review B, 43, 3684   (1991), “Irreversibility in BaKBiO3”.

[2] X.S. Ling and J.I. Budnick, “AC Magnetic   Susceptibility Studies of Type-II Superconductors: Vortex Dynamics”, in Magnetic   Susceptibility of Superconductors and Other Spin Systems, Edited by R.A.   Hein, T.L. Francavilla, & D.H. Liebenberg, (Plenum, New York, 1991),   p.377.

[1] X. S. Ling, M.E. Filipkowski, E. Heller, J.I.   Budnick, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 169, 947 (1990),   “AC Susceptibility Studies of High-Tc Superconductors:   Dissipative Effects in LaSrCuO and YBaCuO Systems”.


科研项目


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Statics   and Dynamics of 1D and 2D Colloidal Lattices with Random Pinning

National   Science Foundation, Condensed Matter Physics Program

July   1, 2010-June 30, 2013

Role:   PI

$360,000

Hybridization-Assisted Nanopore   DNA Sequencing

NIH National Human Genome   Research Institute: R21

Aug.1, 2007-July 31, 2010

Role:   PI

$820,000

Neutron scattering studies of   vortex matter

DOE Basic Energy Sciences

Aug.1, 2007-July 31, 2010

Role:   PI

$600,685

NIRT: DNA Sequencing and   Translocation Studies using Electrically-Addressable Nanopore Arrays

National   Science Foundation Grant

07/04-06/08

PI:   Ling (Brown)

$1,550,000   (Brown $900,000, Harvard $650,000)

Investigation of Vortex Matter   Phase Transitions in Type-II Superconductors using Small Angle Neutron   Scattering and Complementary Techniques

National   Science Foundation Grant, DMR

07/04-06/07

Role:   PI

$330,000

DNA Sequence Detection using   Novel Solid-State and Soft Nanopores

National   Science Foundation Grant, NER

09/03-08/04

Role:   PI

$100,000

Acquisition of a Scanning Probe   Microscope for Studies of Biomolecules and Nanoscale Materials and Devices

National   Science Foundation Grant, MRI

07/03-06/04

Role:   co-PI

$133,000

Acquisition of a Workhorse   Electron Beam Lithography System for Microstructured Materials and Devices   Research

National   Science Foundation Grant, MRI

07/01-06/02

Role:   PI

$151,200

Novel Studies of Vortex Matter   and Peak Effect using In-Situ Neutron Scattering and AC Magnetization

National   Science Foundation Grant, DMR

07/01-06/02

Role:   PI

$277,000

In-Situ Measurements of Small   Angle Neutron Scattering and AC Magnetic Susceptibility of Vortex Matter

National   Science Foundation Grant, SGER

07/00-06/01

Role:   PI

$59,949.

Novel   Studies of Two-Dimensional Colloidal Crystals   in Pinning Potentials

National   Science Foundation Grant, DMR:

07/98-06/02

Role:   PI

$240,000

A.   P. Sloan Fellowship

A.   P. Sloan Fellowship

07/98-06/01



Experimental   Studies of Topological Defects and Order in 2D Colloidal Crystals

Research   Innovation Award, Research Corporation

07/98-06/00



Novel   Studies of Two-Dimensional Colloidal Crystals   in Pinning Potentials

Petroleum   Research Fund Grant

07/98-06/99

Role:   PI

$35,000

专利

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No. 7,678,562

X.S. Ling, Addressable nanopores and   micropores including methods for making and using same

US Patent

20100096268

X.S. Ling, et al. “USE OF LONGITUDINALLY DISPLACED   NANOSCALE ELECTRODES FOR VOLTAGE SENSING OF BIOMOLECULES AND OTHER ANALYTES   IN FLUIDIC CHANNELS”

Patent pending, App

No.:   PCT/US2006/038748

Ling, X.S., Bready, B.; Pertsinidis, A. “Hybridization Assisted   Nanopore Sequencing”

International Application

No.:   PCT/US2013/025106

Ling, X.S. “Methods of sequencing nucleic acids using   nanopores and active kinetic proofreading”

International Application