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Assoc Prof Dr. Rongjian Pan | Nuclear Materials Award | Best Researcher Award

Assoc Prof Dr. Rongjian Pan, Nuclear Power Institute of China, China

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Rongjian Pan, a nuclear materials specialist, earned his Ph.D. from Chongqing University in 2017. He serves as an associate professor at the Nuclear Power Institute of China, focusing on irradiation effects. Additionally, he mentors graduate students at several prestigious universities since 2022. With a postdoctoral stint at Fudan University, his expertise lies in multi-scale simulations of nuclear materials. Pan boasts 50+ publications and 11 patents in China, alongside a software copyright. Notable accolades include awards from the Chinese Materials Research Society and China Nuclear Energy Association. πŸŽ“πŸ”¬πŸ†


Publication Profile


Rongjian Pan completed his Ph.D. at Chongqing University, China, in 2017.


Pan has made significant contributions to the field, publishing over 50 papers and securing 11 patents in China related to irradiation effects using multi-scale simulations. He also holds a computer software copyright for his work on irradiation damage in zirconium alloys. Pan’s efforts have been recognized with awards such as the Excellent Poster Award from the Chinese Materials Research Society in 2019 and a Science and Technology Award from the China Nuclear Energy Association in 2020. In 2022, he was honored with a 3rd-class prize for Science and Technology Progress by the China National Nuclear Corporation. πŸŽ“πŸ”¬πŸ†


Research Focus

Rongjian Pan’s research spans various aspects of materials science, particularly focusing on irradiation effects in nuclear materials and their corrosion resistance. He investigates the influence of the tetragonal phase fraction in oxide films on the corrosion resistance of Zr alloys, shedding light on phase transition mechanisms. Additionally, Pan explores helium-induced damage in U3Si5 and the trapping capability of small vacancy clusters in Ξ±-Zr doped with alloying elements. His contributions extend to understanding the effects of dopants like Hf on CO toxicity resistance and the evolution of irradiation defects in W and W-Re systems. πŸ§ͺπŸ”¬πŸ“š




Rongjian Pan | Nuclear Materials Award | Best Researcher Award

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