Lei Zhang

Associate Professor of Physics

Lei Zhang

Chemistry
304 WBA
(336) 750-3179 (p)
(336) 750-2549 (f)

zhangl@wssu.edu



Educational Background

  • Ph.D in Applied Physics, University of Texas at Arlington
  • M.S. in Math, Louisiana Tech University
  • M.S. in AstroPhysics, Florida International University
  • B.S. in Space Physics, University of Science & Technology of China

Research and Projects Interests:

  • Electro-Optical properties of crystalline materials
  • Non-Linear Optics and Optical telecommunication
  • Fiber-Optics & Devices

Selected Publications:


■ L. Zhang and R.C. Bradt. “Mircohardness Anisotropy and the Indentation Size Effect in Magnesium Fluoride, MgF2,” Physical Review & Research International, 4(1), 40-50, 2014.

 

■ L. Zhang and R.C. Bradt. “A Comparison of the Indentation Size Effect in Fused Silica and Crystalline Quartz,” Journal of North Carolina Academy of Science, 129 (4), 41-44, 2013.

 

■  L. Zhang. “A study of PB-PEO copolymer micelles in ionic liquid,” Journal of North Carolina Academy of Science, 126 (2), 52-54, 2010.

 

■  L. Zhang and S. Hassan. “Fourier Transform Infra-Red (FTIR) in diabetes research by analyzing hair samples”, Journal of North Carolina Academy of Science, 123 (3), 163-166, 2007.

 

■ HN. Banerjee and L. Zhang. “ Deciphering the finger prints of brain cancer Astrocytoma in comparison to Astrocytes by using near in-fared Raman Spectroscopy,” Mol. Cell Biochem., August 2006.

 

■  L. Zhang, C. Xie, Y. G. Li. “Study of brain cells by near-infrared Raman spectroscopy,” Journal of North Carolina Academy of Science, 121 (1), 41-44, 2005

 

■  L. Zhang, L. Hayden and D. Porie.A PLZT based 2 X 2 optical switch,” Journal of North Carolina Academy of Science 120 (4), 182-185, 2004.

 

■  L. Zhang, L. Hayden and *M.J. Fabio. “Polarization switching component of a PLZT Ferroelectric,” Journal of North Carolina Academy of Science 120 (3), 106-109, 2004.

 

■ S. C. Sharma, L. Zhang, A.J. Tapiawala, and P. C. Jain. “Evidence for droplet reorientation and interfacial charges in a polymer-dispersed liquid crystal cell,” Physical Review Letters 87, 105501, 2001.

Additional Information:

  • Teaching

  • Physical Science and labs

    General Physics and labs

    College Physics and labs

    Renewable Energy and Environment

    E & M I

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