王军强 男 汉族 博导 宁波材料技术与工程研究所
Telephone: 057486694701
Address: 浙江省宁波市镇海区中官西路1219号
Postcode: 315201

Research Areas

Amorphous alloys with functional properties


        2014.09- today, Professor, Ningbo Institute of materials technology and engineering, Chinese Academy of Science

        2013.04-2014.09, Posdoctoral fellow, University of Wisconsin - Madison, USA

        2012.11-2013.02, Visiting scholar, American University of Wisconsin - Madison, USA

        2010.11-2013.03, Postdoctoral fellow, Tohoku University, Japan

        2005.09-2010.10, PhD, Institute of physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China

        2001.09-2005.07, Bachelor of physics, Northeast Normal University, Changchun

Honors & Distinctions

2012, Young Scientist Award, The 19th International Symposium of Metastable and Nanostructured Materials.

2015, On Hundred Talents Program, Chinese Academy of Science.

2016, 3315 Innovation Program, Ningbo.

2016, On Thousand Talents Program, Zhejiang Province.


45. J. Q. Wang and J. H. Perepezko*, Focus: Nucleation kinetics of shear bands in metallic glass, The Journal of Chemical Physics 145, 211803 (2016). IF=2.9
44. X. Lia, H.-J. Qiu∗, J.Q. Wang∗, Y. Wang∗, Corrosion of ternary Mn–Cu–Au to nanoporous Au–Cu with widely tuned Au/Cu ratio for electrocatalyst, Corrosion Science 106, 55–60 (2016). IF=4.4
43. J.J. Gao, G.P. Zhou, H.-J. Qiu∗, Y. Wang∗, J.Q. Wang∗, Dealloying monolithic Pt-Cu alloy to wire-like nanoporous structure for electrocatalysis and electrochemical sensing, Corrosion Science 108, 194–199 (2016). IF=4.4
42. J.Q. Wang, Y. Shen, J.H. Perepezko*, M.D. Ediger, Increasing the kinetic stability of bulk metallic glasses, Acta Mater. 104, 25 (2016). IF=4.5
41. J.W. Li, L.J. Yang, H.R. Ma, K.M. Jiang, C.T. Chang, J.Q. Wang*, Z.L. Song, X.M. Wang, R.W. Li, Improved corrosion resistance of novel Fe-based amorphous alloys,  Materials and Design 95, 225 (2016).  IF=3.5
40. L.S. Huo, J.Q. Wang*, J.T. Huo, Y.Y. Zhao, H. Men, C.T. Chang, X.M. Wang, R.W. Li, Interactions of Shear Bands in a Ductile Metallic Glass, J. Iron Steel Res. International 23(1), 48 (2016). IF=0.7

  1. M. Zhu, J.Q. Wang, J.H. Perepezko, L. Yu*, Possible existence of two amorphous phases of D-mannitol related by a first-order transition, J. Chem. Phys. 142, 244504 (2015). IF=3.0

  2. J.W. Li, J.Y. Law, J.T. Huo, A.N. He, Q.K. Man, C.T. Chang, H. Men*,J.Q. Wang, X.M. Wang, R.W. Li, Magnetocaloric effect of Fe–RE–B–Nb (RE = Tb, Ho or Tm) bulk metallic glasses with high glass-forming ability. J. Alloys Comp. 644, 346-349 (2015). IF=3.0

  3. H.J. Qiu, X. Shen, J.Q. Wang, A. Hirata, T. Fujita, Y. Wang*, M.W. Chen*, Aligned Nanoporous Pt?Cu Bimetallic Microwires with High Catalytic Activity toward Methanol Electrooxidation, ACS Catalysis 5, 3779 (2015). IF=9.3

  4. H.J. Qiu, J.Q. Wang*, P. Liu, Y. Wang*, M.W. Chen*, Hierarchical nanoporous metal/metal-oxide composite by dealloying metallic glass for high-performance energy storage, Corrosion Science 96, 196 (2015). IF=4.4

  5. H.J. Qiu, H.T. Xu, X. Li, J.Q. Wang*, Y. Wang*, Core–shell-structured nanoporous PtCu with high Cu content and enhanced catalytic performance, J. Mater. Chem. A 3, 7939 (2015). IF=7.4

  6. J.T. Huo, L.S. Huo, J.W. Li, H. Men, X.M. Wang, A. Inoue, C.T. Chang*, J.Q. Wang*, R.W. Li, High-entropy bulk metallic glasses as promising magnetic refrigerants, J. Appl. Phys. 117, 073902 (2015). IF=2.2

  7. J.H. Perepezko*, T.W. Glendenning and J.Q. Wang, Nanocalorimetry measurements of metastable states, Thermochimica Acta, 603, 24 (2015). IF=2.2

  8. J.T. Huo, L.S. Huo, H. Men, X.M. Wang, A. Inoue, J.Q. Wang, C.T. Chang, R.W. Li, The magnetocaloric effect of Gd-Tb-Dy-Al-M (M= Fe, Co, Ni) high-entropy bulk metallic glasses, Intermetallics 58, 31-35 (2015). IF=2.1

  9. H.X. Chang, J.L. Kang, L.Y. Chen, J.Q. Wang, K. Ohmura, N. Chen, T. Fujita, H. Wu, M.W. Chen, Low-temperature solution-processable Ni(OH)2 ultrathin nanosheet/ N-graphene nanohybrids for high-performance supercapacitor electrodes,Nanoscale 6, 5960 (2014). IF=7.4

  10. J.Q. Wang, N. Chen, P. Liu, Z. Wang, D.V. Louzguine-Luzgin, M.W. Chen and J.H. Perepezko, The ultrastable kinetic behavior of an Au-based nanoglass, Acta Mater. 79, 30-36 (2014).  IF=4.5

  11. J.Q. Wang, The functional applications and related fundamental problems of metallic glasses, Materials China 33(5), 270 (2014). [in Chinese]

  12. J. H. Perepezko, S.D. Imhoff, M.W. Chen,J.Q. Wang and S. Gonzalez, Nucleation of shear bands in amorphous alloys,PNAS 111, 3938 (2014). IF=9.7

  13. J.H. Perepezko, C. Santhaweesuk, J.Q. Wang and S.D. Imhoff, Kinetic competition during glass formation, J. Alloy Comp. 615, S192 (2014). IF=3

  14. H.J. Yu#, JJ.Q. Wang#,*, X.T. Shi, D.V. Louzguine-Luzgin, H.K. Wu*, and J.H. Perepezko*, Ductile biodegradable Mg-based metallic glasses with excellent biocompatibility, Adv. Funct. Mater. 23, 4793 (2013). (*corresponding author, #equal contribution). IF=11.8

  15. E. Fazakas*, J.Q. Wang, V. Zadorozhnyy, D.V. Louzguine-Luzgin and L.K. Varga, Microstructural evolution and corrosion behavior of Al25Ti25Ga25Be25 equi-molar composition alloy, Mater. Corro. 65(7), 691 (2014). IF=1.4

  16. A. Takeuchi*, J.Q. Wang, N. Chen, W. Zhang, Y. Yokoyama, K. Yubuta and S.L. Zhu, Al0.5TiZrPdCuNi High-Entropy (H-E) Alloy Developed through TiZrPdCuNi H-E Glassy Alloy Comprising Inter-Transition Metals, Mater. Trans. JIM 54(5), 776-782 (2013). IF=0.59

  17. J.Q. Wang*, Y.H. Liu, M.W. Chen, D.V. Louzguine, A. Inoue & J.H. Perepezko, Excellent capability in degrading azo dyes by MgZn-based metallic glass powders, Sci. Rep. 2, 418 (2012). IF=5.6 [Highlighted by Nature Asia:] [Highlighted by WPI-AIMR:]

  18. J.Q. Wang*, Y.H. Liu*, M.W. Chen, G.Q. Xie, D.V. Louzguine, A. Inoue and J.H. Perepezko, Rapid degradation of azo dye by Fe-based metallic glass powders, Adv. Funct. Mater. 22, 2567 (2012). IF=11.8

  19. J.Q. Wang, Y.H. Liu, S. Imhoff, N. Chen, D.V. Louzguine, A. Takeuchi, M.W. Chen, H. Kato, J.H. Perepezko* and A. Inoue, Enhance the thermal stability and glass forming ability of Al-based metallic glass by Ca minor-alloying, Intermetallics 29, 35 (2012). IF=2.1

  20. J. Kang*, K. Qing, H. Zhang, A. Hirata, J.Q. Wang, M. Chen, N. Zhao, R. Sun, T. Fujita, C. Shi, Z. Qiao*, Direct synthesis of fullerene-intercalated porous carbon nanofibers by chemical vapor deposition, Carbon 50, 5162 (2012). IF=6.2

  21. D. Wang, K. Nakajima*, S. Fujinami, Y. Shibasaki, J.Q. Wang and T. Nishi, Characterization of morphology and mechanical properties of block copolymers using atomic force microscopy: Effects of processing conditions, Polymer 53, 1960 (2012). IF=3.6

  22. D.V. Louzguine-Luzgin*, G.Q. Xie, S. Gonzales, J.Q. Wang, K. Nakayama, J.H. Perepezko and A. Inoue, Nano-crystallization behavior of ZrCuAl bulk glass-forming alloy, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 358, 145 (2012). IF=1.8

  23. M.B. Tang*, J. Yi, J.Q. Wang, W.H. Wang and J.T. Zhao, Low expansion in [(Fe0.9Co0.1)0.72B0.24Nb0.04]95.5Y4.5 bulk metallic glass, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 358, 470 (2012). IF=1.8

  24. J.Q. Wang, W.H. Wang*, Y.H. Liu and H.Y. Bai*, Characterization of activation energy for flow in metallic glasses, Phys. Rev. B 83, 012201 (2011). IF=3.7

  25. J.Q. Wang, J.Y. Qin, X.N. Gu, Y.F. Zheng and H.Y. Bai*, Bulk metallic glasses based on ytterbium and calcium, J. Non-cryst. Solids 357, 1232 (2011). IF=1.8

  26. J.Q. Wang, W.H. Wang and  H.Y. Bai*, Extended elastic model for flow in metallic glasses, J. Non-cryst. Solids 357, 223 (2011). IF=1.8

  27. J.Q. Wang, W. H. Wang and  H. Y. Bai*, Distinguish bonding characteristic in metallic glasses by correlations, J. Non-cryst. Solids 357, 220 (2011). IF=1.8

  28. N. Chen, F. Frank, N. Asao, D.V. Louzguine-Luzgin*, P. Sharma, J.Q. Wang, et al., Formation and properties of Au-based nanograined metallic glasses, Acta Mater. 59, 6433 (2011). IF=4.5

  29. X.K. Xi*, M.T. Sandor, H.J. Wang, J.Q. Wang, W.H. Wang and Y. Wu, Bonding characters of Al-containing bulk metallic glasses studied by Al-27 NMR, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 23, 115501 (2011). IF=2.4

  30. M.T. Sandor, X.K. Xi, J.Q. Wang, H.Y. Bai, W.H. Wang and Y. Wu*, Probing local magnetic cluster development in (CuZr)93-xAl7Gdx bulk metallic glasses by 27Al NMR, J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 324, 173 (2012). IF=2

  31. X.N. Gu, Y.F. Zheng*, S.P. Zhong, T.F. Xi, J.Q. Wang and W. H. Wang, Corrosion of, and cellular response to Mg-Zn-Ca bulk metallic glasses, Biomaterials 31, 1093 (2010). IF=7.4

  32. M.B. Tang*, J.Q. Wang, W.H. Wang, L. Xia, K.C. Chan and J.T. Zhao, Valence fluctuation and electron-phonon coupling in La-Ce-Al-Cu-Co metallic glasses, J. Appl. Phys. 108, 033525 (2010). IF=2.2

  33. J.F. Li,J.Q. Wang, X.F. Liu, K. Zhao, B. Zhang, H.Y. Bai, M.X. Pan and W.H. Wang*, Glassy metallic plastics, SCIENCE CHINA Physics, Mechanics and Astronomy 53, 409 (2010). IF=1.1

  34. J.Q. Wang, W.H. Wang, H.B. Yu and H.Y. Bai*, Correlations between elastic moduli and molar volume in metallic glasses,Appl. Phys. Lett. 94, 121904 (2009). IF=3.3

  35. J.Q. Wang, W.H. Wang and H.Y. Bai*, Soft ytterbium-based bulk metallic glasses with strong liquid characteristic by design,Appl. Phys. Lett. 94, 041910 (2009). IF=3.3

  36. J.Q. Wang and H.Y. Bai*, High-pressure behaviors of Yb-based bulk metallic glasses, Scripta Mater. 61, 453 (2009). IF=3.2

  37. J.Q. Wang, W.H. Wang and H.Y. Bai*, Kondo effect in metallic glasses with non-Fermi liquid behavior,

  38. J.Q. Wang, P. Yu and H.Y. Bai*, Minor addition induced enhancement of strength of Mg-based bulk metallic glass, J. Non-cryst. Solids 354, 5440 (2008).IF=1.8

  39. J.Q. Wang, Analyze the mechanics of Galileo pendulum using the law of conservation of mechanical energy, Middle School Physics, 21 (15), 26 (2003). [in Chinese]

Research Interests

Amorphous alloys (also known as metallic glasses) exhibits excellent catalytic, soft magnetic, magnetocaloric and mechanical properties. Their far-from-equilibrium nature bestow amorphous alloys some special characteristics that are different from crystalline materials, such as glass transition, disordered atomic packing structure, and atomic relaxations. It has been a long-standing pursuit to explore the correlations between the functional properties and amorphous characteristics for amorphous alloys. A deep understanding of the underlying science for the correlations can help improving the functional properties of amorphous alloys and promote their applications.



宋丽建  博士研究生  080501-材料物理与化学  

欧阳酥  硕士研究生  085204-材料工程  

陈益敏  博士研究生  080501-材料物理与化学  

姚阿艳  硕士研究生  085216-化学工程  


邹鹏  硕士研究生  080501-材料物理与化学  

鞠嵩  硕士研究生  085204-材料工程  

陈霄  博士研究生  080501-材料物理与化学