Prof. Dr. Shuiquan Deng
address: Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter, Chinese Academy of Science
Prof. Dr. Shuiquan Deng
He got his Ph. D Degree from Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter (FJIRSM), Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1992. In the period of time between 1992 and 1995 he was appointed as an assistant professor and then as an associate professor in the same institute. From 1995 to 1996, he worked in the Geneve University of Switzerland as a guest scientist. From 1996 to 1998 he worked in Max-Planck-Institute for solid state research, Stuttgart, Germany, as a guest scientist. In 1998, he was appointed as a BAT-IIa staff scientist and the theory group leader of Abt. Simon, and promoted in 2004 as a BAT-Ib staff scientist until 2014. In 2007, he was awarded an honorary professor by Anshan University of Science and Technology. In 2013, he was appointed a guest professor by Southwest Jiaotong University. Since Sept. 2014, he has been engaged as a full professor and PI by FJIRSM through the "100 talents program" of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. His main research interest is on the theory and numeric simulation for the relations between multi-scale structures and the properties such as superconductivity, optical, multifferoic and symmetry/topology dependent properties etc.
1) Theory of Nonlinear phenomena such as non-linear optical and multifferoic properties of solid materials;
2) Electronic structures theory based on first-principle methods and model studies;
3) Superconductivity and many-body interactions such as electron-phonon, electron-magnon and other –ons;
4) Rare-earth based laser crystal and other luminescent materials;
5) Theory and first-principles study of photo-catalysis phenomenon
070205- Condensed Matter Physics
070304- Physical Chemistry
080501- Physical Chemistry of Materials
1. X. Y. Cheng, M.-H. Whangbo*, G.-C. Guo, M. C. Hong, S. Deng*, The Large Second-Harmonic Generation of LiCs2PO4 is caused by the Metal-Cation- Centered Groups. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2018, 57, 3933-3937.
2. E. E. Gordon, H.-J. Koo, S. Deng, J. Köhler, and M.-H Whangbo*, Group of Quantum Bits Acting as a Bit Using a Single-Domain Ferromagnet of Uniaxial Magnetic Ions. Chem. Phys. Chem. 2017, 18, 2147 – 2150.
3. X.Y. Cheng, E. E. Gordon, M.-H. Whangbo*, S. Deng*, Superconductivity Induced by Oxygen Doping in Y2O2Bi. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2017, 56, 10123-10126.
4. S. Deng*, Y. Zhang, Location and Lattice Dynamics of a Proton in the Perovskite Structure. Phys. Status Solidi B, 2016, 253(9), 1688-1696.
5. Y. Zhang, S. Deng*, M. Pan, M. Lei, X. Kan, Y. Ding, Y. Zhao and J. Köhler, Preparation and Characterization of a Possible Topological Insulator BiYO3: Experiment Versus Theory, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2016, 18(11): 8205-8211.
6. S. Deng*, J. Köhler, A. Simon, Electronic Structure and Lattice Dynamics of NaFeAs, Phys. Rev. B. 2009, 80(21): 308-310.
7. S. Deng*, A. Simon, J. Köhler, Calcium d States: Chemical Bonding of CaC6. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2008, 47(35):6703-6706.
8. S. Deng, A. Simon, J. Köhler*, Lone Pairs, Bipolarons and Superconductivity in Tellurium in A. Bussmann-Holder, H. Keller (eds.) «High Tc Superconductors and Related Transition Metal Oxides» (2007), p201-213. Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg.
9. S. Deng, J. Köhler, A. Simon*, Unusual Lone Pairs in Tellurium and Their Relevance for Superconductivity, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2006, 45(4):599-602.
10. S. Deng, A. Simon*, J. Köhler, Pairing Mechanisms viewed from physics and chemistry, Struct. Bond. 2005, 114: 103-141. Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg.
11. S. Deng, A. Simon*, J. Köhler, Chemical Bonding Variations and Electron- Phonon Interactions, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2002, 124(36): 10712-10717.
12. S. Deng, A. Simon*, J. Köhler, Superconductivity and Chemical Bonding in Mercury, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 1998, 37(5):640-643.
Major Research Achievements:
1) Developed a new partial response functional for pinpointing a specific origin of physical properties;
2) Developed the atomic response theory for nonlinear optical materials;
3) Developed the “flat/steep band theory” for superconductivity;
4) Discovered a characteristic peak-like structure of electron-phonon interactions in superconductors;
5) Revealed the connection between chemical bond-like pairwise constraints and Cooper pairs.