General

Xiangyan KONG, Phd, Professor 

Email:
xykong@mail.sim.ac.cn
Telephone: 021-62511070-8510
Fax: 021-52419909
Address: R8510, 865 Changning Rd, Shanghai
Postcode: 200050


Research Areas

 * Superconducting electronics: mainly focus on the SQUID device fabrication, design, readout and application system in Biomagnetism, nondestrictive evaluation, geophysics prospecting and low field NMR/MRI

* Process of quantum device and electronics

* Novel device and its applictions

Education


* 2002.08-2005.08  Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Post Graduate 
* 1999.09-2002.06 Department of Physics, University of Science and Technolofy Beijing, Graduate
* 1991.09-1995.07 Department of Physics, Qufu Normal University, China, Undergraduate

Experience

   
Work Experience
* 2010.04-Now  State key lab of functional materials for informatics, Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology (SIMIT), CAS, Shanghai, Research Professor

* 2005.09-2010.03  Graduate school of engineering science, Osaka University, Japan, PocDoc (researcher)

Teaching Experience

*  1995.07-1999.08 Assistant professor, Department of Physics, China University of Pertroleum

Honors & Distinctions


* 2011, Hundred talents Program of Chinese Academy of Sciences

Publications

   
Papers

[17] “Multi-channel Magnetocardiogardiography System Based on Low-Tc SQUIDs in an Unshielded Environment, accepted Physics Procedia 2012 (Superconductivity Centennial Conference 2011). (1st author)
[16]  “Signal Integrity Evaluation for Fetal Magnetocardiography”, Proceedings of the IEEE-EMBS International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics (BHI 2012) Hong Kong and Shenzhen, China, 2-7 Jan 2012, pp253-256. (Corresponding author )
[15] Detection of brain auditory evoked magnetic field based on low-Tc superconducting quantum interface device, Acta Physica Sinica 61(2), (2012), 020701. (Corresponding author )
[14] PLANAR THREE-AXIS MAGNETOMETERS USED IN UNSHIELDED MAGNETOCARDIOGRAPHY, CHINESE JOURNAL OF LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS, VOL.33, NO.5, 2011 pp364-368 (Corresponding author )
[13]  A Pre-calibrating Procedure for SQUID Gradiometer Imbalance at Room Temperature, Chinese Physics Letter Vol. 28, No. 3 (2011) 038501. (Corresponding author )
[12] The Application of High-Tc DC SQUID Probe Microscope in the Detection of Semiconductors, Cryogenics and Superconductivity Vol.38 No.11(2010)13. (1st author)
 [11] Fabrication and Evaluation of RF SQUID on Bicrystalline Substrates, IEICE-109(2010) pp17-20. (corresponding  author)
[10] Fabrication and Evaluation of Single-Layer Superconducting Flux Transformer Used in Magnetocardiography, Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. 48 (2009) 04300. (1st author )
[9] First-order High Tc SQUID Gradiometer, Physica C 468 (2008) 1946-1949. (1st author )
[8] A Magnetic shielding around the Flux Guide in SQUID Probe Microscope with Finite Element Simulation, Supercond. Sci. Technol 20(2007) 1140-1143. (1st author )
[7] Current Vector Distribution in Semiconductor Observed by Laser SQUID Microscope with Needle, Physica C 463–465 (2007) 1048–1051. (1st author )
[6] A novel quadruple excitation in high-Tc SQUID-based non-destructive evaluation, Supercond. Sci. Technol. 19 (2006) 223–226. (1st author )
[5] Kong Xiang-yan*, Ren Yu-feng, Yu Hong-wei, Chen Geng-hua, Zhang Li-hua, Yang Qian-sheng APPLICATION OF HIGH-Tc DC SQUID IN NON-DESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION, Chinese Journal of Low Temperature Physics 27(5A) (2005) 619-622 (in Chinese). (1st author ) 
[4] The Application of Digital Filter in Magnetocardiography (MCG) Noise Suppression, Chinese Journal of Low Temperature Physics 27(2) (2005) 170-173 (in Chinese). (1st author )
[3] The ordering of spontaneous magnetization moments in large-scale two-dimensional superconducting pi-ring arrays, Supercond. Sci. Technol. 17 (2004) 791–798. (1st author )
[2] A Normalized Data-Reusing Least-Mean-Square Algorithm of Noise Cancellation for Magnetocardiography Chinese Physics 2004, 13(11) 1820-1825 . (1st author )
[1] The investigation of spontaneous magnetization in large-scale two-dimensional hexagonal superconducting pi-ring arrays Supercond. Sci. Technol. 17 (2004) 1088-1092. (1st author )

Research Interests


* Superconducting electronics 
* nano/micro-fabrication
* Novel superconducting devices