Dr Dehong Yu
Role at ANSTO
Dr Dehong Yu is responsible for the PELICAN Time-of-Flight Spectrometer at the OPAL reactor at ANSTO. His expertise includes studies of magnetic materials, thin films and nano-scale materials with neutrons, electrons and synchrotron radiation.
Prior to joining ANSTO, Dehong Yu was an ARC research fellow at the University of Western Australia, working on spin-dependent interactions in atoms as well as an Alexander von Humboldt Fellow at Munster University in Germany, for one and half years, working on electronic structure in magnetic nanostructures. He is now responsible for the PELICAN Time-of-Flight Spectrometer at the OPAL reactor at ANSTO.
Qualifications & Achievements
- Alexander von Humboldt Fellow at Munster University in Germany, working on electronic structure in magnetic nanostructures
- ARC research fellow at the University of Western Australia working on spin-dependent interactions in atoms shortly after finishing his PhD
- PhD at the University of Western Australia on spin phenomena in atoms, molecules and magnetic surfaces using spin-polarised electrons
- BSs and MSc from Qufu Normal University, Beijing Normal University and Physics Institute of Chinese Academy of Science
P. Photongkam, Y. B. Zhang, M. H. N. Assadi, S. Li, D. Yu, M. Ionescu, and A. V. Pan, Enhancement of Co substitution induced by Eu codoping in ZnO-based diluted magnetic semiconducting thin films, J. Appl. Phys., 107, Art. No. 033909 (2010).
D. H. Yu, J. Duriavig, N. Loh, R. Woodward, H. J. Lin, F. H. Chang, S. H. Kilcoyne, A. Stampfl, and R. A. Robinson, Investigation of field-induced ferromagnetism in Pd-Ni-Fe-P metallic glass by x-ray magnetic circular dichroism, Appl. Phys. Lett., 94, Art. No. 022502 (2009).
J. Yu, D. H. Yu, Y. Chen, H. Chen, M. Y. Lin, B. M. Cheng, J. Li, and W. H. Duan, Narrowed bandgaps and stronger excitonic effects from small boron nitride nanotubes, Chem. Phys. Lett. 476, 240-243 (2009).
D. H. Yu, M. R. Fitzsimmons, E. P. Gilbert, R. C. Woodward, S. H. Kilcoyne, and R. A. Robinson, Neutron depolarization studies of Pd-Ni-Fe-P alloy, Physica B 397, 30-32 (2007).
D. H. Yu, C. Math, M. Meier, M. Escher, G. Rangelov, and M. Donath, Characterisation and application of a SPLEED-based spin polarisation analyser, Surf. Sci., 601, 5803-5808 (2007).
J. F. Williams and D. H. Yu, "Electron exchange in dissociative excitation of molecular hydrogen" Physical Review Letters, 93, 073201 (2004).
M. Donath and D H Yu, "Electron confinement in metallic quantum wells probed by spin-resolved inverse photoemission" Physica B, 351, 319 (2004).
Yu, D. H. and Donath, M., "Probing electron confinement in ultra-thin metal films: from spin-polarised quantum-well states to surface resonances", Europhysics Letters, 63, 729 (2003).
D. H. Yu, M. Donath, J. Braun and G. Rangelov, "Spin-polarized unoccupied quantum-well states in ultrathin Co films on Cu(100)", Phys. Rev. B, 68, 155415 (2003).
D. H. Yu and J. F. Williams, "Visualization of Cascade Effects on Integrated Stokes Parameters Using a Pulsed Polarized Electron Beam Technique", AIP Conference Proceedings, 697 (2003).
Yu, D. H., Williams, J. F., Chen, X.J., Hayes, P.A., Bartschat, K. and Zeman, V., "Cascade effects in the excitation of np 5(n+1)p states of krypton and xenon atoms by polarized electrons", Phys. Rev. A 67 032707 (2003).
Yu, D. H., Pravica, L., Williams, J. F., Warrington, N. and Hayes, P.A., "Polarized electron inner-shell ionization-with-excitation of zinc atoms". J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 34 3899-3908 (2001).
Yu, D. H., Hayes, P. A., Williams, J. F., Zeman, V. and Bartschat, K., "Internal spin-orbit coupling and electron exchange in the excitation of np5(n+1)p states of neon, krypton and xenon atoms by polarized electrons". J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 33 1881-1894 (2000).
Yu, D. H., Hayes, P. A., Williams, J. F. and Furst, J.E., "Spin-orbit and exchange effects in neon 3p states". Phys. Rev. Lett. 78, 2724-2727 (1997).
Lorents, D.C., Yu, D.H., Brink, C., Jensen, N. and Hvelplund, P., "Collisional fragmentation of endohedral fullerenes". Chemical Physics Letters 236, 141-149 (1995).