尤静林,上海大学材料科学与材料工程学院和上海市现代冶金和材料制备重点实验室教授,博士生导师。

主要从事冶金物理化学、冶金熔体、计算模拟和分子光谱应用等的科研和教学工作,开发的高温拉曼光谱技术填补了国内空白。曾先后主持和参与了二十余项包括国家自然科学基金重点和面上项目、国家科技支撑计划重大项目专题、上海市教委重点学科建设项目、上海市科委人才创新、上海市科技人才计划项目、国际合作项目以及与企业合作研究项目等,并于2010-2011年任职法国国家科学研究中心(CNRS)高温和辐照研究所研究员,在国内外杂志上发表论文共150余篇。

尤静林教授现担任中国物理学会光散射专业委员会副主任委员和中国光谱学会委员会委员。

Jinglin You, Professor
Shanghai University
School of Materials Science and Engineering
Shanghai Key Lab of Modern Metallurgy & Materials Processing

Education and Academic Experience

  • B.Sc. ( Fudan University, China ) 1988
  • Master (Shanghai University, China) 1991
  • Doctor (Shanghai University, China) 2006
  • Professor (Shanghai University) (2007 to present)
  • Member (editorial board of Spectroscopy and Spectral Analysis) (2001 to present)
  • Member (optical scattering branch of Chinese Society of Physics) (2003 to present)
  • Member (editorial board of Journal of Light Scattering) (2003 to present)
  • Vice secretary-general (optical scattering branch of Chinese Society of Physics) (2005 to 2009)
  • Host the National Conference of 13th Light Scattering 2005
  • Member (Chinese Society of Spectroscopy) (2008 to present)
  • Vice Director (optical scattering branch of Chinese Society of Physics) (2009 to present)
  • Advisor (Shanghai Non-Ferrous Metals Trade Association) (2009 to present)
  • Professor (Cemhti CNRS Orléans, France) (April, 2010 to August, 2011)
  • Host the International Conference on In-situ Raman Spectroscopic Technique and Application in Orléans, France 2011

In recent years, Prof. Jinglin’s work has mainly focused on micro-structure study of inorganic materials and their melts under high temperature. Raman spectroscopy has been used as the main experimental tool to make in-situ determination. Various techniques have been developed to meet the demand of micro-structure study under extra high temperature, such as time-resolved, space-resolved and ultra-violet laser applied techniques. On the other hand, simulation methods including molecular dynamic and ab initio quantum chemistry methods are also carried out to do mechanism explanation and describe by proposed cluster model. The aim is that correlate micro-structure and macro-properties of inorganic materials under high temperature, especially for the melts, as well as their glasses. Published scientific papers are more than 150.

Books

  1. You JL, Novel high temperature Raman spectroscopic techniques, spectral calculation and their application in micro-structure study of inorganic materials, ISBN: 978-7-81118-513-3, Shanghai University Press, Shanghai, June, 234pp, 2010
  2. Jiang GC, Wu YQ, You JL, Zheng SB, A Study of Ion Cluster Theory of Molten Silicates and Some Inorganic Substances, Trans Tech Publications Inc., 284 pp, 2009

会议报告主题/Topic:
Temperature dependent micro-structure study of inorganic materials and their melts by Raman spectroscopy and theoretical simulation methods

摘要/Abstract:
In-situ high temperature Raman spectroscopic techniques were developed on several instrumentations by using continuous and pulsed lasers, and phonon detectors (PMT, CCD and ICCD), combined with macro furnace and micro heating stages based on T64000, U1000 and LabRam800HR monochromators. Temperature dependent Raman spectra of various inorganic materials including silicates, aluminosilicates, germanates, phosphates, titanates, borates and fluorides, as well as their melts, have been recorded. Micro-structure variations and phase transformations with the increasing temperature were observed and investigated. Local micro-structure and clusters configuration in melts have also been assumed and identified by the aid of theoretical simulations.

Density function theory and quantum chemistry ab initio methods were also applied to simulate the Raman spectra of various inorganic materials and their melts by designing the local micro-structure or using the referenced data. Correlations between vibrational modes and their characteristic local micro-structure have been well discovered and elucidated by newly defined concept of denotation for network formers combined with their connections, as well as network modifiers. It demonstrated that the degree of polymerization or space fraction dimension of the micro-structure can be evaluated and identified by the individual wavenumber of characteristic Raman active symmetrical stretching vibration of network former species. The wavenumber of symmetrical bending vibration of bridging-oxygen or -fluorine dominantly depends on the angle of bridging-oxygen or -fluorine itself. It also revealed that quantum chemistry ab initio calculation can be a unique tool and an effective way to approach the clusters estimation and identification in high temperature liquids of various inorganic materials.
 
Acknowledgments
The authors wish to thank the financial support of the National Nature Sciences Foundation of China under Grants No. 50932005, No. 20973107 and No. 40973046, Shanghai Science and Technology Fund (Grant No. 12520709200) and the aid of LE STUDIUM® in France.

References
1. Wan SM, Tang XL, Sun YL, Zhang GC, You JL, CrystEngComm., 2014,16(15): 3086-3090
2. S. Yulong, W. Songming, L. Xianshun, T. Xiaolu, Y. Jinglin, Y. Shaotang, CrystEngComm., 2013, 15(5): 995-1000
3. H. Min, Y. Jinglin, S. Patrick, Z. Guochun, W. Songming, W. Yuanyuan, J. Zifang, W. Lihong, F. Peizhen, W. Yicheng and Y. Shaotang, CrystEngComm., 2011, 13: 3030-3034