Bin Tang

Bin Tang

Changzhou University

H-index: 28

Asia-China

About Bin Tang

Bin Tang, With an exceptional h-index of 28 and a recent h-index of 27 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Changzhou University, specializes in the field of Nanophotonics, Metamaterials, Plasmonics, Optical physics.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Inverse design of twisted bilayer graphene metasurface for terahertz absorption broadening based on artificial neural network

The tunable absorber films of grating structure of AlCuFe quasicrystal with high Q and refractive index sensitivity

Metasurface inverse designed by deep learning for quasi-entire terahertz wave absorption

A four-narrowband terahertz tunable absorber with perfect absorption and high sensitivity

Switchable large-angle beam splitter based on a continuous metasurface in the near-infrared region

Optical design of ultra-thin GaAs solar cells based on trapezoidal pyramid structure

A methane concentration sensor with heightened sensitivity and D-shaped cross-section U-shaped channel utilizing the principles of surface plasmon resonance

Tunable High-Sensitivity Four-Frequency Refractive Index Sensor Based on Graphene Metamaterial

Bin Tang Information

University

Changzhou University

Position

School of Mathematics & Physics

Citations(all)

2562

Citations(since 2020)

2236

Cited By

910

hIndex(all)

28

hIndex(since 2020)

27

i10Index(all)

61

i10Index(since 2020)

50

Email

University Profile Page

Changzhou University

Bin Tang Skills & Research Interests

Nanophotonics

Metamaterials

Plasmonics

Optical physics

Top articles of Bin Tang

Inverse design of twisted bilayer graphene metasurface for terahertz absorption broadening based on artificial neural network

Authors

Zhipeng Ding,Wei Su,Yinlong Luo,Lipengan Ye,Wenlong Li,Yuanhang Zhou,Bin Tang,Jianfei Zou,Hongbing Yao

Journal

Optics & Laser Technology

Published Date

2024/9/1

With the development of terahertz (THz) technology, achieving ultra-wideband absorption of THz waves has become a significant challenge that researchers are striving to address. Different from the complex stacking of multiple graphene layers in the traditional design, inspired by the twisted magic angle of graphene structures, a twisted bilayer graphene metasurface absorber (TBGMA) is innovatively investigated for THz wave absorption broadening inverse design based on artificial neural network (ANN). Compared with the traditional manual parameter tuning, the ANN-based inverse design method can quickly accomplish the selection of the structural parameters and twist angles of the TBGMA, realizing the ultra-wideband absorption of THz waves (6.046 THz). The relationship between twisted SGLs and broadened effective absorption bandwidths is thoroughly analyzed through a combination of the electric field …

The tunable absorber films of grating structure of AlCuFe quasicrystal with high Q and refractive index sensitivity

Authors

Wenxin Li,Yahui Liu,Le Ling,Zhongxi Sheng,Shubo Cheng,Zao Yi,Pinghui Wu,Qingdong Zeng,Bin Tang,Sohail Ahmad

Journal

Surfaces and Interfaces

Published Date

2024/5/1

Due to the continuous development of terahertz field and material science, terahertz absorbers have received extensive attention. The paper proposes a tunable absorber film of grating structure of AlCuFe quasicrystal. The absorber film composed of a AlCuFe quasicrystal grating structure and a gold substrate, making it easy to process. The absorber film has three perfect absorption bands in its working frequency band. When the polarization direction of the incident wave changes, it becomes perfect absorber film in a single band. Through the analysis of the relative impedance of the absorber film, the relative impedance of the absorber film in the absorption band is close to the impedance of the free space, which conforms to the classical theory. By analyzing its electric field, the absorber film absorbs the electromagnetic wave mainly by the guided film resonance and LSPR effect, and the absorber film has excellent …

Metasurface inverse designed by deep learning for quasi-entire terahertz wave absorption

Authors

Zhipeng Ding,Wei Su,Yinlong Luo,Lipengan Ye,Wenlong Li,Yuanhang Zhou,Jianfei Zou,Bin Tang,Hongbing Yao

Journal

Nanoscale

Published Date

2024

Ultra-broadband and efficient terahertz (THz) absorption is of paramount importance for the development of high-performance detectors. These detectors find applications in next-generation wireless communications, military radar systems, security detection, medical imaging, and various other domains. In this study, we present an ultra-wideband THz wave metasurface absorber (UTWMA) featuring a composite surface microstructure and a multilayer absorbing material (graphene). This UTWMA demonstrates remarkable capabilities by achieving highly efficient absorption levels, reaching 96.33%, within the 0.5–10 THz frequency range. To enhance the efficiency and precision of the design process, we have incorporated artificial neural networks, which enable rapid and accurate parameter selection. Moreover, we have conducted a comprehensive analysis of the absorption mechanism exhibited by the UTWMA at …

A four-narrowband terahertz tunable absorber with perfect absorption and high sensitivity

Authors

Le He,Yingting Yi,Jianguo Zhang,Xibin Xu,Bin Tang,Gongfa Li,Liangcai Zeng,Jing Chen,Tangyou Sun,Zao Yi

Journal

Materials Research Bulletin

Published Date

2024/2/1

Here, a simple four-band terahertz tunable narrowband absorber is proposed, which can achieve multimodal perfect absorption within 1–9 THz. We analyzed the physical mechanisms behind local surface plasmon resonance and impedance matching based on theoretical principles. By controlling the structural parameters, we use the eigen-mode and external field excitation to obtain the absorption peak and electromagnetic field distribution of the narrowband sensor under different structural parameters. Additionally, we studied the effect of the angle of incidence electromagnetic waves on the function of the absorber, found that the absorber has excellent characteristics in both low and high frequency states. We carry out a substance detection on four perfect absorption modes. The ambient refractive index sensitivity is 881.35 GHz/RIU, 439.65 GHz/RIU, 2664.46 GHz/RIU, 4501.19 GHz/RIU. The four-peak …

Switchable large-angle beam splitter based on a continuous metasurface in the near-infrared region

Authors

Junyao Chen,Haonan Qi,Ruiya Liu,Bin Tang

Journal

Optics Communications

Published Date

2024/2/20

Metasurface-based beam splitters with broadband and high efficiency are highly desirable in various optical and photonic applications. In this paper, we theoretically propose a switchable equal power beam splitter with large beam splitting angle based on a continuous metasurface by integrating the vanadium dioxide (VO2). Utilizing the phase change characteristics of VO2, the beam splitter can be thermally switched between transmission and reflection modes in the near-infrared region. Moreover, the theoretical calculation value of the splitting angle matches well with the simulation result. And the conversion efficiencies of both transmission and reflection modes reach up to ∼100% in a broadband wavelength range. In addition, we discuss the influences of related geometrical parameters on the performance of beam splitter in detail. Our proposed switchable power beam splitter may have potential applications in …

Optical design of ultra-thin GaAs solar cells based on trapezoidal pyramid structure

Authors

Wenfeng Fu,Zhiyou Wang,Zao Yi,Qianjv Song,Liang Bian,Shubo Cheng,Bin Tang,Tangyou Sun,Gongfa Li,Sohail Ahmad

Journal

Physica B: Condensed Matter

Published Date

2024/3/15

This study analyzed the solar absorption characteristics of Trapezoidal Pyramid ultra-thin GaAs solar cells (GTCs) using the finite difference time domain (FDTD) method. The study explored the influence of geometric parameters of trapezoidal pyramid structures (TPs) in GTCs, including different heights and up/down ratios, on the photoelectric characteristics of GTCs. Ultra-thin GaAs solar cells containing TPs exhibited an optical absorption rate exceeding 90 % under the AM1.5 solar spectrum (300–1100 nm), with an average of 95.55 %. The short-circuit current density (Jsc), open-circuit voltage (Voc), and maximum power (Pmax) were calculated using DEVICE software, and the geometric structure of GTCs was optimized based on the maximum value of Jsc. The electrical simulation results show that the maximum Jsc was 33.83mA/cm2. The Jsc of GTCs was 30.97 % higher than that of Ultra-thin GaAs solar cells …

A methane concentration sensor with heightened sensitivity and D-shaped cross-section U-shaped channel utilizing the principles of surface plasmon resonance

Authors

Xuezhi Yang,Qianjv Song,Can Ma,Zao Yi,Shubo Cheng,Bin Tang,Chao Liu,Tangyou Sun,Pinghui Wu

Journal

Physica E: Low-dimensional Systems and Nanostructures

Published Date

2024/7/1

Based on the lack of sensors for high concentration methane in life, the present study introduces a new type of D-shaped photonic crystal fiber utilizing surface plasmon resonance effects, designed for the detection of high concentrations of methane. Differing from conventional D-type photonic crystal fiber, this model coats a gold film on an open-loop channel for excitation. Through the finite element method analysis, the simulation results demonstrate, this sensor exhibits an effective scope of 1.24–1.32 for the refractive index of analyte. The escalation of the analyte's refractive index leads to a gradual intensification of the loss peak within the spectrum. And then remains stable. The sensor demonstrates excellent performance at a refractive index of 1.32, delivering a maximum sensitivity of 22000 nm/RIU and a resolution of 4.55∙10−6 RIU. Achieving the methane concentration detection in the range of 27%–45% was …

Tunable High-Sensitivity Four-Frequency Refractive Index Sensor Based on Graphene Metamaterial

Authors

Xu Bao,Shujun Yu,Wenqiang Lu,Zhiqiang Hao,Zao Yi,Shubo Cheng,Bin Tang,Jianguo Zhang,Chaojun Tang,Yougen Yi

Journal

Sensors

Published Date

2024/4/22

As graphene-related technology advances, the benefits of graphene metamaterials become more apparent. In this study, a surface-isolated exciton-based absorber is built by running relevant simulations on graphene, which can achieve more than 98% perfect absorption at multiple frequencies in the MWIR (MediumWavelength Infra-Red (MWIR) band as compared to the typical absorber. The absorber consists of three layers: the bottom layer is gold, the middle layer is dielectric, and the top layer is patterned with graphene. Tunability was achieved by electrically altering graphene’s Fermi energy, hence the position of the absorption peak. The influence of graphene’s relaxation time on the sensor is discussed. Due to the symmetry of its structure, different angles of light source incidence have little effect on the absorption rate, leading to polarization insensitivity, especially for TE waves, and this absorber has polarization insensitivity at ultra-wide-angle degrees. The sensor is characterized by its tunability, polarisation insensitivity, and high sensitivity, with a sensitivity of up to 21.60 THz/refractive index unit (RIU). This paper demonstrates the feasibility of the multi-frequency sensor and provides a theoretical basis for the realization of the multi-frequency sensor. This makes it possible to apply it to high-sensitivity sensors.

Ultra wideband tunable terahertz metamaterial absorber based on single-layer graphene strip

Authors

Ruyuan Zheng,Yahui Liu,Le Ling,Zhongxi Sheng,Zao Yi,Qianjv Song,Bin Tang,Qingdong Zeng,Jing Chen,Tangyou Sun

Journal

Diamond and Related Materials

Published Date

2024/1/1

In this paper, a terahertz absorber based on monolayer graphene is proposed. Compared with other absorber structures, the structure is very simple, which is conducive to the realization of the actual processing technology; in addition, the pattern of the absorber presents a certain combination of regularity, and certain research has been carried out, which provides a certain reference for the subsequent research related work. In particular, the pattern creatively proposes a structure based on the combination of patterns, which has a certain regularity and is more valuable for research than other absorbers. The absorber is capable of three-peak broadband absorption in the terahertz band and high absorption (absorption >0.9) over 3.39 THz in the frequency range of 1.53–4.92 THz. The feasibility of the combined modes is verified by structural delineation, and it is shown that the graphene-based designed and prepared …

Six-band rotationally symmetric tunable absorption film based on AlCuFe quasicrystals

Authors

Wenxin Li,Feng Xu,Shubo Cheng,Wenxing Yang,Bin Liu,Mengsi Liu,Zao Yi,Bin Tang,Jing Chen,Tangyou Sun

Journal

Optics & Laser Technology

Published Date

2024/2/1

In this paper, a six-band rotationally symmetric tunable absorption film based on AlCuFe quasicrystals is proposed. The absorption film has a symmetrically excited electric field, which makes it have good polarization incoherence. After calculating the relative impedance of the absorption film using parameter inversion, it is obvious that the absorption film is consistent with the impedance matching theory. In addition, by changing the physical parameters of the absorption film and adjusting the Fermi energy, it can be found that the absorption film has good tunability. By changing the refractive index of the working environment of the absorption film, it can be seen that the absorption film has extremely high refractive index sensitivity. Overall, the absorption film is tunable, polarization incoherent, and has good sensing performance, which makes the absorption film have strong application prospects in many fields.

Inverse design broadband achromatic metasurfaces for longwave infrared

Authors

Hui Wu,Yingting Yi,Ning Zhang,Yubin Zhang,Hao Wu,Zao Yi,Shuangli Liu,Yougen Yi,Bin Tang,Tangyou Sun

Journal

Optical Materials

Published Date

2024/2/1

Meta-optics has witnessed substantial advancements in recent years. Nevertheless, conventional forward design methodologies are encountering difficulties in the face of escalating demands for functional complexity. Inverse design aims to optimize meta-optical designs, but currently limited to expensive and powerful numerical solvers, it is mainly applied to simple functions devices, and is experimentally difficult to implement. In this paper, we put forth a generalized inverse design framework that facilitates the design of aperiodic complex functional meta-optics. The framework, consisting of a high-performance forward simulator model and a global optimization model, achieves system-level objective optimization. We design and implement a Long-Wave Infrared (LWIR) broadband achromatic metalens. The numerical findings indicate that the chromatic aberration is effectively rectified within the operational …

Electrochromic properties of InON thin films prepared by DC magnetron sputtering

Authors

Jiahao Chen,Xuemei Ji,Jiangbin Su,Zuming He,Bin Tang

Journal

Applied Physics A

Published Date

2024/3

To investigate the influence of surface morphology on the electrochromic (EC) properties of indium oxynitride (InON), thin films were deposited on indium-doped tin oxide substrates using direct current (DC) magnetron sputtering. A systematic assessment was conducted by varying the substrate temperature and bias voltage to evaluate their respective impacts on the surface morphology and EC properties of InON. It was observed that as the substrate temperature gradually increased, the optical modulation showed a trend of initial increase followed by a gradual decrease. This nuanced behavior highlights the sensitivity of InON films to variations in deposition conditions. Additionally, the application of bias voltage induced significant alterations in the film's surface morphology, particularly noticeable when a negative bias voltage was employed. This resulted in a decrease in the transmittance, revealing the profound …

Simulation study on thermal effect of ceramic materials rapidly and remotely heated by a flat-top CW laser

Authors

Zhenhua Lei,Pinghui Wu,Hao Chen,Zao Yi,Yao Long,Zhefeng Yu,Mengsi Liu,Bin Tang,Jiaquan Yan,Gongfa Li

Journal

International Journal of Thermal Sciences

Published Date

2024/7/1

Compared with other heating methods, laser heating has outstanding advantages and application prospects in the field of high-power, large-area, remote and continuous heating of ceramic materials. However, the physical phenomena and mechanisms involved in the heating process are difficult to explain experimentally. This problem is solved by simulating the process of the heating experiment. In this study, a three-dimensional (3D) model of the laser heating experiment was built and the nonlinear transient finite element method was used to analyze the silicon nitride ceramic materials irradiated by a 1080 nm flat-top continuous wave (CW) fiber laser. Secondly. This work investigated the thermal effects on laser heating of silicon nitride ceramic material from the given laser parameters and geometrical parameters and then studied the thermal effects on laser heating of silicon nitride ceramic material under …

Structural color tunable intelligent mid-infrared thermal control emitter

Authors

Shiri Liang,Shubo Cheng,Huafeng Zhang,Wenxing Yang,Zao Yi,Qingdong Zeng,Bin Tang,Pinghui Wu,Sohail Ahmad,Tangyou Sun

Journal

Ceramics International

Published Date

2024/4/13

This work proposes a colored intelligent thermal control emitter characterized by adjustable structural color development with a reflection spectrum in the visible light range and intelligent thermal control with temperature switching in the mid infrared wavelength band. In the beginning, we investigate an intelligent thermal control emitter based on a multilayer membrane formed by the phase change material vanadium dioxide, metal material Ag, and dielectric materials Ge and ZnS. By incorporating the thermochromic material vanadium dioxide, the structure exhibits a high emissivity of ε H= 0.85 in the range of 3-13 μm wavelength when in the high temperature metallic state, enabling efficient heat radiation. In the low temperature dielectric state, the structure only has a low emission capacity of ε L= 0.07, reducing energy loss. Our results demonstrate that the structure achieves excellent emission regulation ability (Δ ε …

Switchable asymmetric transmission with broadband polarization conversion in vanadium dioxide-assisted terahertz metamaterials

Authors

Zhichao Liu,Tianle Zhou,Gui Jin,Jiangbin Su,Bin Tang

Journal

Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics

Published Date

2024

In this paper, we theoretically present a vanadium dioxide (VO2)-integrated metamaterial, which can achieve switchable single- and double-band asymmetric transmission (AT) in terahertz regions. When VO2 acts as a metal, the presented metamaterial device exhibits a single-band AT effect. In contrast, when VO2 transitions from the metal to the insulating state, a dual-band AT effect can be realized for the presented metamaterials. Also, it is demonstrated that there is a broadband near-perfect orthogonal polarization conversion associated with the AT effect. And the operating mechanisms are elucidated by using the Fabry–Pérot-like cavity model and the electromagnetic field distributions. Moreover, the presented nanostructure exhibits a robust tolerance for the incidence angle. Our designed metamaterial may have potential applications for switchable multi-functional devices in terahertz regimes.

Electrochromic properties of Ni or Ti single-doped and Ni-Ag or Ti-Ag binary-doped WO3 thin films

Authors

Longlong Chen,Xiumei Zhu,Yu Liu,Lei Yang,Jiangbin Su,Zuming He,Bin Tang

Journal

Electrochimica Acta

Published Date

2024/1/20

In this paper, the single-doped (Ni-WO3 and Ti-WO3) and binary-doped (Ni-Ag-WO3 and Ti-Ag-WO3) amorphous WO3 thin films were respectively prepared on indium-doped tin oxide conductive glass substrates by radio-frequency magnetron sputtering. Among the single-doped WO3 thin films, the electrochromic (EC) properties of films can be enhanced by the presence of Ni or Ti. However, the low conductivity of WO3 limits its application in EC devices. A novel approach was proposed to ameliorate this disadvantage which has not been explored, that is, the highly conductive Ag was introduced into WO3 films with Ni or Ti. The experimental results show that the addition of Ag reduces the charge transfer resistance and shortens the ion diffusion path length, thereby improving the EC response time (Ni-Ag-WO3: tb=1.16 s; Ti-Ag-WO3:tc=4.14 s), electrochemical active area, and ion diffusion coefficients (Ni-Ag-WO3 …

A wide-band solar absorber based on tungsten nano-strip resonator group and graphene for near-ultraviolet to near-infrared region

Authors

Ying Zheng,Zhiyou Wang,Zao Yi,Shubo Cheng,Can Ma,Bin Tang,Tangyou Sun,Shujun Yu,Gongfa Li,Sohail Ahmad

Journal

Diamond and Related Materials

Published Date

2024/2/1

Based on the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method, a wide-band solar absorber (WA) is constructed and simulated in this paper. Due to the Fabry-Perot resonance (FPR), the near-field resonance mode, the surface plasmon resonance (SPR) and gap resonance in different structure, the WA obtains efficient and wide-band absorption. The absorption efficiency in 373–1967 nm band is >90 %, and in 817–1830 nm band is >98 %, and the average absorption efficiency at air mass 1.5 (AM 1.5) reaches 91.10 % (280–2500 nm). The structure is insensitive to the change of incident angle. The reduced absorption efficiency is 9.23 % when the incident angle increases from 0° to 60°. In addition, the structure can work stably at high temperature, and the thermal radiation efficiency at 1500 K is as high as 85.13 %. Due to the efficient and wide-band absorption and high thermal emission efficiency, the WA can be …

Spectrally Selective Ultra‐Broadband Solar Absorber Based on Pyramidal Structure

Authors

Fuyan Wu,Yahui Liu,Le Ling,Zhongxi Sheng,Zao Yi,Qianju Song,Shubo Cheng,Bin Tang,Sohail Ahmad,Tangyou Sun

Journal

Advanced Photonics Research

Published Date

2024/3

Here, a spectrally selective solar absorber is explored and an ultra‐broadband solar absorber is proposed based on pyramidal structure. The finite‐difference in time domain (FDTD) software is used to model the spectral characteristics and magnetic absorption patterns of this absorber. The emissivity of the absorber is less than 20% in the far‐infrared band over 6000 nm, showing good selectivity, and the total solar thermal conversion efficiency is very close to that of an ideal truncated selective solar absorber by analyzing the performance of our proposed absorber‐related indexes. By studying the high absorption band of the absorber, the selectivity can be better investigated in depth. Here, 200–4000 nm is chosed as the depth study band. The absorber possesses an ultra‐wide bandwidth of 3554 nm and an average absorption of over 97.4%, and in the 200–3754 nm band, the absorber has an ultra‐high …

A metamaterial terahertz device with temperature regulation function that can achieve perfect absorption and complete reflection conversion of ultra wideband

Authors

Hao Sun,Zao Yi,Can Ma,Shubo Cheng,Bin Tang,Qingdong Zeng,Sohail Ahmad

Journal

Communications in Theoretical Physics

Published Date

2024/4/7

Terahertz devices are an important field in terahertz technology. However, most devices currently have limited functionality and poor performance. In order to improve device performance and achieve multifunctionality, we have designed a terahertz device based on a combination of vanadium dioxide and metamaterials. By utilizing the phase transition characteristics of vanadium dioxide, the device has tunability. The device is made up of a triple-layer structure inclusive of VO2, SiO2, and Au. This device exhibits various advantageous features, including broadband band coverage, high absorption capability, dynamic tunability, a simple structural design, polarization insensitivity, and incident angle insensitivity. The simulation results show that by controlling the temperature, the terahertz device achieves a thermal modulation range of spectral absorptivity from 0 to 0.99. At a temperature of 313 K, the device exhibits …

Perfect adjustable absorber based on Dirac semi-metal high sensitivity four-band high frequency detection

Authors

Wenqiang Lu,Pinghui Wu,Liang Bian,Jiaquan Yan,Zao Yi,Mengsi Liu,Bin Tang,Gongfa Li,Chao Liu

Journal

Optics & Laser Technology

Published Date

2024/7/1

In this paper, we propose a highly sensitive, four-band, high-frequency detector with a perfectly tunable absorber based on Dirac semimetals. The design architecture relies on a simple rectangular shape, with absorption rates approaching 100 % at f1 = 9.644 THz, f2 = 9.964 THz, f3 = 11.12 THz, and f4 = 12.432 THz. The symmetric structure exhibits polarization incoherence. Impedance calculations through parameter inversion confirm the occurrence of perfect absorption in the resonance region. By adjusting key parameters of the absorber and modifying the Fermi level of BDS, we demonstrate the absorber's excellent tunability and manufacturing tolerance. Lastly, exploring its sensitivity by altering the external refractive index reveals a maximum refractive index sensitivity of 560 GHz/RIU. Under changing refractive index conditions, the overall absorption rate of the absorber remains above 0.94. In light of these …

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The h-index of Bin Tang has been 27 since 2020 and 28 in total.

What are Bin Tang's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Inverse design of twisted bilayer graphene metasurface for terahertz absorption broadening based on artificial neural network

The tunable absorber films of grating structure of AlCuFe quasicrystal with high Q and refractive index sensitivity

Metasurface inverse designed by deep learning for quasi-entire terahertz wave absorption

A four-narrowband terahertz tunable absorber with perfect absorption and high sensitivity

Switchable large-angle beam splitter based on a continuous metasurface in the near-infrared region

Optical design of ultra-thin GaAs solar cells based on trapezoidal pyramid structure

A methane concentration sensor with heightened sensitivity and D-shaped cross-section U-shaped channel utilizing the principles of surface plasmon resonance

Tunable High-Sensitivity Four-Frequency Refractive Index Sensor Based on Graphene Metamaterial

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are the top articles of Bin Tang at Changzhou University.

What are Bin Tang's research interests?

The research interests of Bin Tang are: Nanophotonics, Metamaterials, Plasmonics, Optical physics

What is Bin Tang's total number of citations?

Bin Tang has 2,562 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of Bin Tang?

The co-authors of Bin Tang are Shuangchun Wen, Koray AYDIN, Serkan Butun, Zhongyang Li (李仲阳).

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    Shuangchun Wen

    Shuangchun Wen

    Hunan University

    H-index: 51
    Koray AYDIN

    Koray AYDIN

    North Western University

    H-index: 31
    Serkan Butun

    Serkan Butun

    Northwestern University

    H-index: 29
    Zhongyang Li (李仲阳)

    Zhongyang Li (李仲阳)

    Wuhan University

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