Name: Hai-Ping Cheng Status: U.S. Citizen
II. EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
of Undergraduate Studies,
Master of Science (M.Sc.) Northwestern University, 1983
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Northwestern University, June 1988
III. PRESENT POSITION
Associate Professor, Department of Physics
phone: (352)-392-6256 fax: (352)-392-8722
Research, Laboratoire Aimé Cotton, CNRS,
Scientist, IBM Zurich Research,
Guest scientist, NIST (1996-2001)
Professor of Physics,
Research Scientist II, Georgia Institute of Technology (1992-1994)
Research Assistant, Northwestern University (1983-88)
Teaching Assistant, Northwestern University (1981-1983)
University of Florida Senator (1995-1997)
Sanibel Symposium co-organizer (1994-present)
Faculty adviser, Overseas Chinese Student Association (1995-1998)
Colloquium Committee, Department of Physics (1995-present)
Faculty secretary, Department of Physics (1996-1999)
Condensed Matter Experiment Faculty Search Committee, Dept. of Physics (1998)
Graduate Student Recruitment Committee, Dept. of Physics (1997-present)
Faculty adviser, Society of Physics Students, Univ. Florida Chapter (1999-2000)
Preliminary Examination Committee, Dept. of Physics (1999-present)
VI. COURSES TAUGHT AT
Light, Color, Holography and Lasers PHY3400 4 semesters
Optics PHY4422 5 semesters
Physics with Calculus PHY2048 4 semesters
Physical Modeling and Simulation PHZ5155 2 semesters
General Physics PHY2004 2 semesters
Graduate research fellowship, Northwestern University, 1983-1985
and Market salary equity award,
VIII. CURRENT GRANTS, CONTRACTS, AND OTHER RESOURCES
1. DOE DE-FG02-97ER45660, Interfacial Phenomena in noble metal-C60 Interaction
PI, no co-investigator, $177,961 (12/1/03-11/30/06)
2. DOE DE-FG02-02ER45995, Nano-wires: Properties and Control
PI; co-PIs J.L. Krause and A.E. Roitberg, $750,000 (9/1/02-8/31/05)
Cheng portion $322,419
3. NSF/ITR DMR-0325553, Science and Software for Predictive Simulation of Chemo-mechanical Phenomena in Real Materials, $2,500,000 (9/15/03-9/14/07)
PI: R.J. Bartlett; Co-PIs, Hai-Ping Cheng and S.B. Trickey
Cheng portion: $550,850
4. CPU 100,000 hours (FY2004) at
5. CPU hours (not limited) at
* NSF/KDI DMR-9980015: Multi-scale Simulation Including Chemical Reactivity of Materials Behavior through Integrated Computational Hierarchies, $2,200,001 (9/15/99-9/14/03) PI: R.J. Bartlett; Co-PIs, Hai-Ping Cheng, J.H. Simmons, S.B. Trickey, and M.C. Zerner. Cheng portion: $196,998
* DOE DE-FG02-97ER45660, Interfacial Phenomena in noble metal-C60 Interaction
PI, no co-investigator, $120,000 (8/1/00-7/31/03)
* DOE DE-FG02-97ER45660, Nano-Machining via Ion-Surface Interactions, no co-investigator, PI, no co-investigator, $120,000 (8/1/97-7/31/00).
* IBM-SUR grant: Modeling and visualization at nano-scale. $100,000 (2001)
PI, no co-PI
* Acquisition of Semi-immersive Virtual
Reality Instrumentation for Multi-scale Materials Research and Education, NSF DMR-0076329,
* Brain Institute (at UF): Multidisciplinary Simulation Computer Lab for teaching and
course development, Pilot grant of $7,600 for PHYS 6905 (1999).
* The Petroleum Research Fund, Type-G: Structures, Electronic Structures, Dynamics and Proton Transfer of Protonated Clusters, $20,000 (1996) No co-investigator.
* CPU 420,000
* CPU hours
(not limited) at
IX. CURRENT RESEARCH INTERESTS AND PROJECTS
Quantum transport in molecular nano-electronic systems; Spin-dependent tunneling junctions; Fullerene/polymer-surface interactions; Contact and interaction between metals and carbon nano-tube contacts; Nano-peapods; Proton transfer in water chains and water clusters; Quantum mechanical determination of interaction of water and silica; Hydrolytic weakening and crack propagation in ceramics; optical properties, charge transfer, conductance in fullerenes and and nano-wires; Impurities in high Tc materials; Collisions between atoms, ions, and carbon clusters.
Development and implementation of methodologies and algorithms for quantum transport problems, development of models and methods for large-scale quantum and classical molecular dynamics simulations, including interfaces for multi-scale simulations.
X. CURRENT RESEARCH GROUP AND FORMER MEMBERS
Visiting Professor J-G. Che
Graduate students: Chun Zhang, Raj Dhuwalia, Cao Chao, Ying-Xia Wan
Former graduate students (obtained Ph.D degree): Mao-Hua Du, Lin-Lin Wang.
Former postdoctoral associates: Andrew Kolchin, Magnus Hedström, and Ray Sadeghi
Other students/postdocs in collaboration: Ping Jiang
(postdoc with J.L Krause), Aditi Mallik (student of J. Dufty), Julio
XI. OTHER PROFESIONAL SERVICES
Referee for: Physical Review A and B, Journal of Chemical Physics, Journal of Physical Chemistry, Chemical Physics, International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, European Journal of Physics
Reviewer: National Science Foundation (DMR), Dept. of Energy (BES), American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund, Research Corporation
Movies and scientific visualization:
3. Double H-atom transfer in water-SiO2
clusters, director: Hai-Ping Cheng, Quantum
Visualization Studio Univ.
2. Coulomb Explosion on Si Surfaces, director: Hai-Ping Cheng, Quantum Visualization Studio Univ. Florida, 1996.
1. Proton Transfer in Water-ammonia
Clusters, director: Hai-Ping Cheng, Quantum
Visualization Studio Univ.
58. A new density functional theory for non-equilibrium systems, Chun Zhang, Xiao-Guang Zhang, and Hai-Ping Cheng (submitted to Phys. Rev. B).
Published papers/or in press (all refereed):
* Selected by the Virtual Journal of nano-Science and Technology
*57. Density functional study of the adsorption of a C60 monolayer on Ag(111) and Au(111) surfaces, Lin-Lin Wang and Hai-Ping Cheng Phys. Rev. B 69, 165417 [12 pages] (2004).
*56. Coherent electron transport through an azobenzene molecule: A light driven molecular switch, C. Zhang, M.-H. Du, Hai-Ping Cheng, X.-G. Zhang, A.E. Roitberg, and J.L. Krause, Phys. Rev. Lett. 92, 158301 [4 pages] (2004). Note: Cheng is the corresponding author, she is also the PI of the project on “Nano-, and molecular wire”.
*55. Electronic structure and spin-dependent tunneling conductance under finite bias, Chun Zhang, Xiao-Guang Zhang, P.S. Krstic, Hai-Ping Cheng, and W.H. Butler, Phys. Rev. B 69, 134406 [12 pages] (2004).
54. Rotation, translation, charge transfer, and electronic structure of C60 on Cu (111) surface, Lin-Lin Wang and Hai-Ping Cheng, Phys. Rev. B 69, 40404 [7 pages] (2004).
53. Hydrolysis of a Two-Membered Silica Ring on the Amorphous Silica surface: A Computational Study that Combines Quantum Mechanics and Classical Interatomic Potential Functions, Mao-Hua Du, Andrew Kolchin and Hai-Ping Cheng, J. Chem. Phys. 120, 1044-1054 (2004).
52. Bulk separative enrichment in metallic or semiconducting single-walled carbon nanotubes, Z.-H. Chen, X. Du, M.-H. Du, C.D. Rancken, H.-P. Cheng, and A.G. Rinzler, Nano Lett. 3, 1245-1249 (2003).
*51. Manipulation of fullerene-induced impurity states in carbon peapods, Mao-Hua Du and Hai-Ping Cheng, Phys. Rev. B 68, 113402 [4 pages] (2003).
50. Stability of free and oxidized silver clusters, M. Schmidt, Ph. Cahuzac, C. Bréchignac and Hai-Ping Cheng, J. Chem. Phys. 118, 10956-10962 (2003).
49. Molecular dynamics simulation of potential energy sputtering on LiF surface by slow highly charged ions, Lin-Lin Wang, Ajith Perera, and Hai-Ping Cheng, Phys. Rev. B 68 115409 [13 pages] (2003)
48. Water-silica surface interactions: A combined quantum-classical molecular dynamic study of energetics and reaction pathways, Mao-Hua Du, Andrew Kolchin, and Hai-Ping Cheng, J. Chem. Phys. 119, 6418-6422 (2003).
47. Water-silica interactions in clusters, Mao-Hua Du, Lin-Lin Wang, Andrew Kolchin, and Hai-Ping Cheng, Euro Phys. J D 24, 323-326 (2003).
46. A transparent interface between classical molecular dynamics and the first-principles molecular dynamics, Mao-Hua Du and Hai-Ping Cheng, Internat. J Quantum Chem. 93, 1-8 (2003).
45. Optical properties and energetics of silicon ring-shaped clusters in amorphous SiO2, J.G. Polihronov, M. Hedstrom, R.E. Hummel and Hai-Ping Cheng, J. Lumin. 101, 55-62 (2003).
43. Structure, collective hydrogen transfer and formation of Si(OH)4 in SiO2-(H2O)n clusters, Hai-Ping Cheng, R.N. Barnett and Uzi Landman, J. Chem. Phys. 116, 9300 – 9304 (2002).
43. Orientation dependence in C60-surface impact collision, Qi-Heng Tang, Keith Runge, Frank Harris and Hai-Ping Cheng, J. Phys. Chem. A 106, 893-896 (2002).
42. Semi-empirical calculation of the optical spectra of silica cluster in spark-processed silicon, J.G. Polihronov, M. Hedstrom, R.E. Hummel and Hai-Ping Cheng, J. Lumin. 96, 119-128 (2002)
41. Crossover in energy redistribution during C60@Xe144 surface impact, Mao-Hua Du and Hai-Ping Cheng, and Frank Harris, Phys. Rev. B 64, 193405 [4 pages] (2001).
40. Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Nano-scale Surface Modification of Si(111) via Local Excitation, Magnus Hedström and Hai-Ping Cheng, Phys. Rev. B 62, 2751- 2758 (2000).
39. Modified Surface Nano-explosion: Effects of Initial Condition and Charge Flow, and Magnus Hedström and Hai-Ping Cheng J. Phys. Chem. B 104, 4633-4641 (2000).
38. Cluster-Surface Collisions: Characteristics of Xe55- and C20- Si  Surface Bombardment, Hai-Ping Cheng, J. Chem. Phys. 111, 7583-7592 (1999).
37. The Dynamics of Proton Transfer in a Water Chain, Raymond R. Sadeghi and Hai- Ping Cheng, J. Chem. Phys. 111, 2086-2094 (1999).
36. Characteristic of Sub-Kev atom-Si (111) surface Collisions, Magnus Hedström and Hai-Ping Cheng Phys. Rev. B 59, 10701- 10706 (1999).
35. Water Clusters: Fascinating Hydrogen-Bond Networks, Solvation Shell Structures, and Proton Motion, Hai-Ping Cheng, J. Phys. Chem. A 102, 6201- 6204 (1998).
34. A Quantum molecular dynamics study of the properties of NO+(H2O)n clusters, Ling Ye and Hai-Ping Cheng, J. Chem. Phys. 108, 2015-2023 (1998).
33. Surface Coulomb Explosions: The Influences of Initial Charge Distributions, Hai-Ping Cheng and J.D. Gillaspy, Compt. Material Science 9, 285-294 (1998). (shown on the cover page).
32. The Dynamics of Proton Transfer in H5O2+, Hai-Ping Cheng and Jeffrey L. Krause, J. Chem. Phys. 107, 8461-8467 (1997).
31. Nano-Modification of Silicon Surface via Coulomb Explosion, Hai-Ping Cheng and J.D. Gillaspy, Phys. Rev. B55, 2628-2636 (1997).
30. Large Scale Molecular Dynamics Simulation of a Surface Coulomb Explosion, Hai-Ping Cheng and J.D. Gillaspy, in Application of Accelerators in Research and Industry, Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Conference AIP conference Proceedings 392, edited by J.L. Duggan and I.L. Morgan (AIP Press, Woodbury, New York, 1997) pg. 197-200.
29. The Motion of Protons in Water-Ammonia Clusters, Hai-Ping Cheng, J. Chem. Phys. 105, 6844-6855 (1996).
28. Quantum Mechanical Simulations of Water and Ammonia Molecules and Their Clusters, Hai-Ping Cheng, R.N. Barnett, and Uzi Landman, Intl. J. Quant. Chem. 29, 615-620 (1995).
27. Electrical and Mechanical Properties of Metallic Nanowires: Conductance Quantization and Localization, J.I. Pascual, J. Mendex, J. Gomez-Herrero, A. M. Baro, N. Garcia, and Uzi Landman, W.D. Luedtke, E.N. Bogachek and Hai-Ping Cheng, J. Vac. Sci. Technol., B13 1280-1284 (1995).
26. Properties of Metallic Nanowires: From Conductance Quatization to Localization J.I. Pascual, J. Mendex, J. Gomez-Herrero, A. M. Baro, N. Garcia, and Uzi Landman, W.D. Luedtke, E.N. Bogachek and Hai-Ping Cheng, Science, 267 1793-1795 (1995).
25. Studies of Excess Electrons in Sodium-Chloride Clusters and of Excess in Water Clusters, R.N. Barnett, Hai-Ping Cheng, H. Hakkinen and Uzi Landman, J. Phys. Chem. 99, 7731-7753 (1995).
24. All Quantum Simulations: H3O+ and H5O2+,
23. Controlled Deposition and Glassification of Copper Clusters, Hai-Ping Cheng and Uzi Landman, J. Phys. Chem. 98, 3527-3537 (1994).
22. Simulations of Materials: Clusters and Interfacial Junctions, Uzi. Landman, R.N. Barnett, Hai-Ping Cheng, C.L. Cleveland and W.D. Luedtke, in Computations For the Nano-scale, NATO Sci. Series E240, edited by P.E. Blöchl, C. Joachim, and A.J. Fisher (Kluwer, Dodrecht, 1993), p.75-113.
21. Controlled Deposition, Soft Landing, and Glass Formation in Nanocluster-Surface Collisions, Hai-Ping Cheng and Uzi Landman, Science 260,1304-1307 (1993).
20. Electronic Structure of Aluminum-Lithium Clusters, Hai-Ping Cheng, R.B. Barnett and Uzi Landman, Phys. Rev. B48, 1820-1824 (1993).
19. Energetics of Aluminum-Lithium Clusters, Hai-Ping Cheng, R.B. Barnett and Uzi Landman, Z. Phys. D26, 296-300 (1993).
18. Small is different, Uzi Landman, R.B. Barnett, C.L. Cleveland, and Hai-Ping Cheng, in Clusters and Fullerenes, edited by E. Tosatti, V.J. Kumar and T.P. Martin, (World Scientific, London, 1992), pp. 3623-3642.
17. Complete Thermodynamics and Statistics on Clusters, Hai-Ping Cheng, Xiuling Li, Robert L. Whetten and R. Stephen Berry, Phys. Rev. A 46, 791-800 (1992).
16. Electronic States and Structure of C76(D2), Hai-Ping Cheng and Robert L. Whetten, Chem. Phys. Lett.197, 44-48 (1992).
15. Cluster Simulations: Melting and Sintering, R.S. Berry, Hai-Ping Cheng, and J. P. Rose, in On Clusters and Clustering: From Atoms to Fractals, edited by P.J. Reynolds, (North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1993), pp.227-236.
14. Phase changes for clusters and for bulk matter, R. Stephen Berry and Hai-Ping Cheng, in 'Physics and Chemistry of Finite Systems: from Clusters to Crystals', NATO ASI Series C, vol. 374, edited by P. Jena, S.N. Khanna and R.K. Rao (Kluwer Academic Publisher, Dordrecht, (1992) pp. 277-286.
13. Surface melting of clusters and implications for bulk, Hai-Ping Cheng and R. Stephen Berry, Phys. Rev. A 45, 7969-7980 (1992).
12. Electronic Structure and Binding Energies of Aluminum Clusters, Hai-Ping Cheng, R. Stephen Berry and Robert L. Whetten, Phys. Rev. B43, 10647-10653 (1991).
11. Evidence for Quantized Electronic Level Structure for 100-1300 electrons in Metal-atomic clusters, John L. Persson, Robert L. Whetten, Hai-Ping Cheng and R. Stephen Berry, Chem. Phys. Lett. 186, 215-222 (1991).
10. Surface Melting and Surface Diffusion on Clusters, Hai-Ping Cheng and R. Stephen Berry, Materials Res.Soc., 206, (1991) pp. 241-252.
9. Transition Metal Cluster: Electronic Structure and Interaction with Hydrogen and Supports, D.E. Ellis, J. Guo, and Hai-Ping Cheng, Adv. in Quantum Chem. 22, 125-165 (1991).
8. Binding Energy and Interatomic Potentials of Transition Metal Clusters, Hai-Ping Cheng and D.E. Ellis, J. Chem. Phys. 94, 3735-3747 (1991).
7. Dynamics and Potential Surfaces of Small Clusters, R.S.
Berry, P. Braier, R.J. Hinde and Hai-Ping Cheng,
6. Freezing and Melting of Metallic and Salt-Like Clusters, R. S. Berry, Hai-Ping Cheng and J. Rose, High-Temp. Sci. 27, 61-76 (1989).
5. Use of First-Principles Potentials in Modeling Structure and Thermo-dynamics of Fe-Ni Alloys, Hai-Ping Cheng and D.E. Ellis, Phys. Rev. B39, 12469-12483 (1989).
4. Cluster Approach to Structure of Surfaces and Chemisorption, D.E. Ellis, J. Guo and Hai-Ping Cheng, J. Phys. Chem. 92, 3024-3028 (1988).
3. Local Density Models for Bare and Ligated Transition Metal Cluster, D.E. Ellis, Hai-Ping Cheng, and G.F. Holland, in 'Physics and Chemistry of Small Clusters' (Plenum Press, New York, 1987) pp. 881-890.
2. Electronic Structure, Cohesion, and Effective Interatomic Potentials in Small Transition Metal Particles, D.E. Ellis and Hai-Ping Cheng, in 'Microclusters', Springer Series in Materials Science 4, Edited by S. Sugano, Y. Nishina and S.Ohnishi (Springer, Berlin, 1987) pp. 63-69.
1. Molecular Dynamics Study of a Two-dimensional System with Screened Coulomb Interactions, Hai-Ping Cheng, P. Dutta and D.E. Ellis, and R. Karlia, J. Chem. Phys. 85, 2232-2236 (1986).
XIII. PAPERS AND INVITED TALKS PRESENTED AT CONFERENCES
contributed talks from Cheng’s group at APS March Meeting (
d. Structure and energetics of water-silica clusters, Mao-Hua Du, Lin-Lin Wang and Hai-Ping Cheng
e. Density functional theory for open systems under a finite bias, Chun Zhang, Hai-Ping Cheng, and Xiao-Guang Zhang
67. Invited Colloquium on “Molecular,
nano-wires: properties and control”, Department of Physics,
66. Invited talk on “Understanding C60-metal
interaction on surfaces and in nano-peapods ”,
American Association of Physics Teacher (
65. Invited talk on “Multi-scale simulations: From surfaces to clusters”, American Ceramic Society (Corning NY 2003).
64. Condensed Matter Theory seminar on “C60-metal surface interactions” (UF, 2003).
63. QTP seminar on “Carbon nano-peapods”,(UF, 2003).
62. Invited seminar on “Multi-scale simulations: From clusters to surfaces”, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (WA, 2003).
61. Invited seminar on “Multi-scale
simulations: From clusters to surfaces”,
60. Invited seminar on “Interfacial Phenomena between C60 a monolayer and noble metal surfaces”, Laboratoire Aimé Cotton, C.N.R.S. (Orsay, 2003).
59. Invited talk on “Manipulating band
structure of carbon nano-peapods”, Material Society of Mexico (
58. Invited colloquium on “Understanding C60-metal
interaction on surfaces and in nano-peapods, at Department of Mississippi State
57. Invited talk on “Understanding hydrolytic
weakening at the microscopic level”, Yangtze Conference (
56. Invited seminar on “Multi-scale modeling and simulation of water-silica interactions: Clusters and Surfaces” (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 2002).
55. Faculty opponent
54. Three posters at Sanibel Symposium (St. Augustine 2002).
a. “A combined quantum mechanical and classical mechanical method and its application in silica”, Mao-Hua Du and Hai-Ping Cheng.
b. “Atomic and electronic properties of neutral and cationic metaalic clusters”, Andrew M. Kolchin, Hai-Ping Cheng, and Randall W. Hall.
c. “Molecular dynamics and finite element hybrid method – Amorphization and fracture in SiO2 nano-wire.
53. Five contributed talks from Cheng’s group
at APS March Meeting (
52. Invited talk on “Multi-scale simulation
of material modeling”, at workshop on Atomistic modeling of nuclear waste host
phases”, CEA, (Saclay
51. Invited talk on “Dynamics of cluster-surface collision”, at Sanibel Symposium (St. Augustine 2001).
50. Invited seminar on “Physical modeling of cluster,
cluster-water, and cluster- interaction”,
Defense Research Establishment (Linköping
49. Invited seminar on “Quantum simulation of water-matter
interaction and hydrolytic weakening”,
Department of Physics, University of Linköping (Linköping
48. Invited seminar on “Quantum simulation of water cluster:
Proton and double hydrogen
transfer”, Department of Physics,
47. Poster on “Modeling and simulations of materials and surfaces”, CECAM (Lyon France 2000).
46. Poster on “water-SiO2
interaction”, in International Symposium on Small Praticles and Inorganic
Clusters (ISSPIC, (
45. Invited talk on “Quantum simulations of water-ion/molecule
interaction”, PacificChem (
44. Poster on “Potential energy functions of ground and excited electronic states of Li- F systems, Lin-Lin Wang, Ajith Perera, and Hai-Ping Cheng (Sanibel Symposium, Feb. 2000).
43. Poster on “Heterogeneous cluster-surface collision”, Mao-Hua Du and Hai-Ping Cheng (Sanibel Symposium, Feb. 2000).
42. Poster on “Fragmentation of C60 via Xe atom impact”, An Nguyenle, Hai-Ping Cheng, and J.R. Sabin (Sanibel Symposium, Feb. 2000).
41. Invited talk on “Dynamics of cluster and sabot cluster XenCm-Si(111) collision, TAMC-3, International Symposium on Theory of Atomic and Molecular Clusters” (Humboldt-Universität, Berlin Germany Oct. 1999).
40. Contributed talk “Cluster-surface collision”, APS (Atlanta, March 1999)
39. Invited talk on “Water cluster” (Centre de Recherche en Calcul Appliqué, Montreal, Canada, Oct. 1998).
38. Invited talk on “Modeling and simulations of particle-surface interactions” (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory CA, July, 1998).
37. Invited talk on “Bombarding Si surface with Xen, Cn, and Xq+ particles” 18th WB workshop (UF FL, June 1998).
36. Poster on “Quantum molecular dynamics simulations of hydrogen-bonded clusters”, at ES98 workshop (Univ. Penn, PA, June 1998).
35. Poster on “Microsolvation and proton dynamics in water clusters”, SETCA, (FSU FL, June 1998).
34. Invited talk on “Molecular Dynamics simulation of highly-charged ion-Si  interaction”, at RMCISIS workshop (NIST, April 1998).
33. Contributed talk “A comparative study of atom-, ion- and cluster-Si surface collision”, APS (Los Angles CA, March 1998).
32. Poster on “Proton Dynamics in Water Wires” (Sanibel Symposium, 1998).
31. Invited Seminar on “Simulations of Proton
Motion and Thermal Effects -- A Physicists’ Approach to Chemical Reactions”, at
Department of Physics,
30. Invited talk on “Large-Scale Molecular Dynamics Simulations of
Physical and Chemical Processes at
Symposium on Frontiers of Chemistry in conjunction with CWCYC-2)”, (
29. Invited talk on “Microsolvation in Water Clusters-- NO+(H2O)n”, ACS (Las Vegas NV, Sept. 1997).
28. Invited talk on “Protons and Ions in Water Clusters at Symposium on Chemical Applications of ab initio Molecular Dynamics Method” (Ontario Canada, June 1997).
27. Invited talk on “Quantum Simulations of Ion-Water Clusters”, ACS (San Francisco CA, April, 1997).
26. Contributed talk “Simulations of Coulomb Explosion on Semiconductor Surfaces”, APS (Kansas MO, 1997).
25. Contributed talk “Proton Transfer in Hydrogen-Bonded Systems”, APS (St. Louis MO, March 1996).
24. CMT Seminar in the Department of Physics, UF on “Coulomb Explosion” (Sept. 1996).
23. Poster on “Structures and Dynamics of Cluster”, (Sanibel Symposium, 1997).
22. Invited talk on “Structure and Dynamics
at Swedish-American Symposium on the Foundation of Quantum Theory in
Chemistry, Molecular Physics and Biology: A Symposium in Honor of Per-Olov
talk on “Proton Transfer Motion in Ammonia-Water Clusters” at the International Symposium on Theory of Atomic
and Molecular Clusters,
20. Poster on “Nano-Fabrication of Si Surface via Coulomb Explosion”, (Sanibel Symposium, 1996).
19. Poster on “Quantum Simulation of Proton Transfer Reactions”, (Sanibel Symposium, 1996).
18. QTP Seminar on “Visualizing Quantum Simulations’’ (January 1996).
17. Poster on ‘Density of States and Conductance of Two Dimensional Quantum Wires’, (Sanibel Symposium, 1995).
16. QTP Seminar on “All-Quantum Simulations: H3O+ and H5O2+’ (January 1995).
15. Invited Talk on “All Quantum Mechanical Simulations of Hydrogen Bonded Systems and Proton Transfer”, (Gordon Conference, Oxnard CA, 1995).
14. Invited talk on “Dynamics of Particle Impact Phenomena with Solid and Liquid Surfaces”, APS (Pittsburgh, PA March, 1994).
13. Invited talk on ”Dynamics and Control of Collisions with Liquids”, ACS (San Diego, CA April, 1994).
12. Invited seminar on “From Cluster and Nanocrystals to Bulk Matters”, Department of Physics Fudan University (Shanghai, China, Aug. 1993).
11. Invited talk on “Collisions of Nanocrystals with Solid and Liquid Surfaces”, ICSOS (Shanghai, China, Aug. 1993).
10. Invited seminar on “Small is Different”,
at Department of Physics,
9. “Controlled Deposition, Soft Landing and Glass Formation of Clusters”, APS (Seattle WA, March, 1993).
8. Poster on “Energetics, Structures and Electronic Structure of AlmLin Clusters”, ISSPIC (Chicago IL September, 1992).
7. Invited talk on “Phases, phase diagrams and Surface Melting of Clusters”, ACS (Washington D.C. August, 1992).
6. Invited talk on “Surface Melting in Clusters”, MRS (Boston MA, Nov. 1990).
5. Contibuted “Structure of Aluminum Clusters”, Hai-Ping Cheng and R.S. Berry, MRS (Anaheim CA, March 1990).
4. Contributed talk “Cluster Energetics by Quantum Mechanical Calculations and Interatomic Potentials: A Comparative Study”, Hai-Ping Cheng, J.-Y. Yi, D. White, J. Bernholc and R.S. Berry, APS (St.Louis MO, March 1989).
3. Contributed talk “Use of First-Principles Potentials in Modeling Structure and Thermodynamics of Fe-Ni Alloys”, Hai-Ping Cheng and D.E. Ellis, APS (New Orleans LA, March 1988).
2. Contributed talk “The Application of the Embedded-atom-method to Transition Metal Surfaces”, Hai-Ping Cheng and D.E. Ellis, APS (New York NY, March 1987).
1. Contributed talk “Binding Energy and Interatomic Potentials of Transition Metal Clusters”, Hai-Ping Cheng and D.E. Ellis, APS (Las Vegas NV, March 1986).