Dr. Feng-Chao Wang
Department of Modern Mechanics, Mechanics Building I, Room 420, West Campus
University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, Anhui 230027, China
Email: wangfc@ustc.edu.cn
Tel: +86-551-6360****

EXPERIENCE
11/2019-present Professor
Department of Modern Mechanics, University of Science and Technology of China
04/2014-11/2019 Associate Professor
Department of Modern Mechanics, University of Science and Technology of China
04/2017-03/2019 Academic Visitor, worked with Prof. Sir Andre Geim
National Graphene Institute, School of Physics & Astronomy, University of Manchester, UK
06/2012-04/2014 Postdoctoral Fellow, under the supervision of Prof. Heng-An Wu
Department of Modern Mechanics, University of Science and Technology of China

EDUCATION
09/2007-06/2012 Ph.D in Solid Mechanics, Advisor: Prof. Ya-Pu Zhao
Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
09/2003-06/2007 B. S. in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Advisor: Prof. Heng-An Wu
Department of Modern Mechanics, University of Science and Technology of China

RESEARCH INTERESTS
Mechanics of Solid/Liquid Interfaces on the Micro/nano Scale: Theory, Molecular Modeling & Experiments
Mass Transport through Nanocapillaries; Confined Liquid; Evaporation; Wetting & Capillary; Nanoflow

SOME SELECTED PUBLICATIONS (For the full publication list please visit: Google Scholar)
21 S. Zhao#, C.H. Jiang#, J.C. Fan#, S.S. Hong, P. Mei, R.X. Yao, Y.L. Liu, S.L. Zhang, H. Li, H.Q. Zhang, C. Sun, Z.B. Guo, P.P. Shao, Y.H. Zhu, J.W. Zhang, L.S. Guo, Y.H. Ma, J.Q. Zhang, X. Feng*, F.C. Wang*, H.A. Wu and B. Wang*, Hydrophilicity gradient in covalent organic frameworks for membrane distillation. Nature Materials, (2021).
20 J.H. Qian, Y.H. Li, H.A. Wu* and F.C. Wang*, Surface morphological effects on gas transport through nanochannels with atomically smooth walls. Carbon, 180: 85-91 (2021).
19 Q. Yang*, P.Z. Sun, L. Fumagalli, Y.V. Stebunov, S.J. Haigh, Z.W. Zhou, I.V. Grigorieva, F.C. Wang* and A.K. Geim*, Capillary condensation under atomic-scale confinement. Nature, 588: 250-253 (2020).
18 J.C. Fan, J. De Coninck, H.A. Wu* and F.C. Wang*, Microscopic origin of capillary force balance at contact line. Physical Review Letters, 124: 125502 (2020).
17 J.C. Fan, H.A. Wu* and F.C. Wang*, Evaporation-driven liquid flow through nanochannels. Physics of Fluids, 32: 012001 (2020).
16 Y.Z. Yu, J.C. Fan, J. Xia, Y.B. Zhu, H.A. Wu and F.C. Wang*, Dehydration impeding ionic conductance through two-dimensional angstrom-scale slits. Nanoscale, 11: 8449-8457 (2019).
15 Y.Z. Yu, J.C. Fan, A. Esfandiar, Y.B. Zhu, H.A. Wu and F.C. Wang*, Charge asymmetry effect in ion transport through angstrom-scale channels. Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 123: 1462-1469 (2019).
14 A. Keerthi, A.K. Geim*, A. Janardanan, A.P. Rooney, A. Esfandiar, S. Hu, S.A. Dar, I.V. Grigorieva, S.J. Haigh, F.C. Wang and B. Radha*, Ballistic molecular transport through two-dimensional channels. Nature, 558: 420-424 (2018).
13 A. Esfandiar, B. Radha, F.C. Wang, Q. Yang, S. Hu, S. Garaj, R.R. Nair, A.K. Geim* and K. Gopinadhan*, Size effect in ion transport through angstrom-scale slits. Science, 358: 511-513 (2017).
12 J. Chen, F.C. Wang*, H. Liu and H.A. Wu, Molecular mechanism of adsorption/desorption hysteresis: Dynamics of shale gas in nanopores. Science China: Physics, Mechanics & Astronomy, 60: 014611 (2017).
11 B. Radha*, A. Esfandiar, F.C. Wang*, A.P. Rooney, K. Gopinadhan, A. Keerthi, A. Mishchenko, A. Janardanan, P. Blake, L. Fumagalli, M. Lozada-hidalgo, S. Garaj, S.J. Haigh, I.V. Grigorieva, H.A. Wu and A.K. Geim*, Molecular transport through capillaries made with atomic-scale precision. Nature, 538: 222-225 (2016).
10 Y.Q. Li, H.A. Wu and F.C. Wang*, Effect of a single nanoparticle on the contact line motion. Langmuir, 32: 12676-12685 (2016).
9 F.C. Wang and H.A. Wu*, Molecular origin of contact line stick-slip motion during droplet evaporation. Scientific Reports, 5: 17521 (2015).
8 G. Algara-Siller, O. Lehtinen, F.C. Wang, R.R. Nair, U. Kaiser*, H.A. Wu*, A.K. Geim and I.V. Grigorieva*, Square ice in graphene nanocapillaries. Nature, 519: 443-445 (2015).
7 S. Hu, M. Lozada-Hidalgo*, F.C. Wang, A. Mishchenko, F. Schedin, R.R. Nail, E.W. Hill, D.W. Boukhvalov, M.I. Katsnelson, R.A.W. Dryfe, I.V. Grigorieva, H.A. Wu* and A.K. Geim, Proton transport through one-atom-thick crystals. Nature, 516: 227-230 (2014).
6 R.K. Joshi, P. Carbone, F.C. Wang, V.G. Kravets, Y. Su, I.V. Grigorieva, H.A. Wu, A.K. Geim* and R.R. Nair*, Precise and ultrafast molecular sieving through graphene oxide membranes. Science, 343: 752-754 (2014).
5 F.C. Wang and H.A. Wu*, Enhanced oil droplet detachment from solid surfaces in charged nanoparticle suspensions. Soft Matter, 9: 7974-7980 (2013).
4 F.C. Wang and H.A. Wu*, Pinning and depinning mechanism of the contact line during evaporation of nano-droplets sessile on textured surfaces. Soft Matter, 9: 5703-5709 (2013).
3 F.C. Wang and Y.P. Zhao*, Slip boundary conditions based on molecular kinetic theory: The critical shear stress and the energy dissipation at the liquid-solid interface. Soft Matter, 7: 8628-8634 (2011).
2 F.C. Wang, F.Q. Yang* and Y.P. Zhao*, Size effect on the coalescence-induced self-propelled droplet. Applied Physics Letters, 98: 053112 (2011).
1 F.C. Wang, J.T. Feng and Y.P. Zhao*, The head-on colliding process of binary liquid droplets at low velocity: High-speed photography experiments and modeling. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 326: 196-200 (2008).

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