Academic Profile

Academic Profile

Assoc Prof Sun Changqing

Associate Professor

School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
College of Engineering

Phone: (+65)6790 4517
Office: S2.2-B2-10

  • PhD Murdoch University 1996
  • MS Tianjin University 1987
  • BS Wuhan University of Technology 1982
Authored《Relaxation of the Chemical Bond, Springer 2014》《The Attribute of Water, SPringer 2016》《Electron and Phonon Spectrometrics, Springer 2018》and theirChonese versions (High Education Press, Beijing) and published 20 treatises in Chem Rev etc.

Recipient of the 25th Khwarizmi Award and the Inaugural Nanyang Award of research. Finalist of Singapore Presidential/National Science Award in 2012 and 2003.
Research Interests
Coordination bonding and electronic Engineering

1) O, N, C, H Chemisorption - Bond-Band-Barrier Correlation and VLEED/STM 4-stage Cu3O2 Dynamics
2) Atomistic Multifield Solid Mechnics - Local Bond Average
3) Nanostructure Size Matter - BOLS-NEP Theory
4) Ice, Water and Solutions - Hydrogen Bond (HB) Cooperativity, Quasisolidity, Supersolidity, Anti-HB, Super- HB
5) Energetic Materials - Hydrogen Bond Like and Super Hydrogen Bond
6) Bond-Electron-Phonon Spectrometrics
Selected Publications
  • Sun CQ, Sun Y. (2016). The Attribute of Water: Single Notion, Multiple Myths. Springer, 113.
  • Liu, X. J.; Bo, M. L.; Zhang, X.; Li, L. T.; Nie, Y. G.; TIan, H.; Sun, Y.; Xu, S.; Wang, Y.; Zheng, W. Sun CQ*. (2015). Coordination-Resolved Electron Spectrometrics.. Chemical Reviews, 115(14), 65.
  • Y. Huang, X. Zhang, Z. Ma, Y. Zhou, W. Zheng, J. Zhou, and C.Q. Sun. (2015). Hydrogen-bond relaxation dynamics: resolving mysteries of water ice. Coordination Chemistry Reviews , 285, 109-165.
  • C.Q. Sun. (2014). Relaxation of the Chemical Bond (Springer Press, 2014). Springer Series in Chemical Physics, 108, 807.
  • L.K. Pan, S.Q. Xu, W. Qin, X.J. Liu, Z. Sun, W.T. Zheng, and C.Q. Sun. (2013). Skin dominance of the dielectric-electronic-phononic-photonic attribute of nanoscaled silicon. Surface Science Reports, 68(3-4), 418-445.

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