1999.09- 2003.07 Hunan University, Changsha, China, B.S. in physics.
2003.09- 2008.05 Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics, CAS, China, Ph. D. in physics.
2008.05- present Suzhou Institute of Nano-tech and Nano-bionics, CAS, China, Postdoc.
Transporting properties across nanopores and GaN surface properties, studied by using of molecular dynamics simulations.
1． X.J. Gong, J.Y. Li, H.J. Lu, H. Zhang, R. Z. Wan, H. P. Fang: Effects on the water permeation across the nanochannels by the external membranes,
Physics Review Letter 101, 257801 (2008)
2． X.J. Gong, J.Y. Li, H.J. Lu, R. Z. Wan, J.C. Li, J. Hu, H. P. Fang: A charge-driven molecular pump. Nat. Nanotechnol. 2, 709-712 (2007); this work was highlighted by ‘news & views’ named ‘A blueprint for a nanoscale pump’ in the same issue, Nat. Nanotechnol. 2, 673-674 (2007).
3． J.Y. Li, X.J. Gong, H.J. Lu, D. Li, H. P. Fang, R.H. Zhou: Electrostatic Gating of a Nanometer Water Channel. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 104, 3687–3692 (2007).
4． X.J. Gong, H. P. Fang: Enhancement of water permeation across nanochannels by partial charges mimicked from biological channels. Chin. Phys. 17, 2739-2744 (2008). (This work is a poster in the 5th International Conference of Aquaporin, held from July 13 to 16, 2007 in Nara, Japan)
5． H. Zhang, X.J. Gong, H. P. Fang: Different Permeation States Determined by special residues in AQP1 (prepared).
1． Candidate student for attending the 58th Meeting of Nobel Laureates in Lindau (physics), 2008, Jun. 29-Jul.10, German.
2． Poster “A charge-driven molecular water pump” at International workshop on molecular structure and dynamics of interfacial water, 2007, Dec. 14-17, Shanghai, China.
3． Poster “Enhancement of water permeation across nanochannels by partial charges mimicked from aquaporins” at The 5th international conference of aquaporin, 2007, Jul. 13 -16, Nara, Japan.