Dr. Hao Zeng
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    Dr. Hao Zeng

Dr. Hao Zeng
Experimental Condensed Matter Physics

·   nanoscale magnetism
·   spin dependent charge transport in nanostructures
·   self-assembled nanostructures and hybrid materials



*Assistant Professor (Sept. 2004-present)
Department of Physics, University at Buffalo, the State University of New York

* Postdoctoral Research Associate (Sept. 2001-Aug. 2004)
Group of Nanoscale Materials and Devices, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

* Research Assistant (Aug. 1996 –Aug. 2001)
Center for Materials Research and Analysis, University of Nebraska-Lincoln 

* Research Assistant (Aug. 1993 –May. 1996)
Department of Physics, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China 



 1.    Nanoscal Materials for Extreamly High-Density Recording
         D. J. Sellmyer, C. P. Luo, Hao Zeng,  in Magnetic Storage Systems Beyond 2000, Ed. G.C.
         Hadjipanayis (Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 2001), p. 163-170.

 2.   Magnetic Nanocrystals and Arrays
        Y. Liu, M. Zheng, H. Zeng, and D. J. Sellmyer,  in Nanophase and Nanostructured
        Materials, eds. Z.L. Wang, Y. Liu, and Z. Zhang, Kluwer  Academic/Plenum Publishers
        and Tsinghua University Press, Vol. 3, p. 215 (2003). 

 3.    New Magnetic Recording Materials
        Y. Liu, M. Yan, S. Sun and H. Zeng in Handbook of Advanced Magnetic Materials ed.
        Y. Liu, D.J. Sellmyer and D. Shindo, Springer Verlag (2006).

Journal papers           


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1.   “Process of making magnetic nanocomposites via nanoparticle self-assembly”, with Shouheng Sun, US Patent 6972046.



 2006 National Science Foundation CAREER Award

 2003 IBM Outstanding Technical Achievement Award

 2003 BCC Leadership in Nanomaterials Award (group award)

 1998-2001 IBM Cooperative Graduate Student Fellowship

 2000 NATO Advanced Studies Institute Travel Award     

 1997-1998 Wheeler University Fellowship    



Hao Zeng
Department of Physics
225 Fronczak Hall
University at Buffalo, the State University of New York
Buffalo, NY 14260
E-mail:   haozeng"at"buffalo.edu
Phone:   716-645-2946
Fax:       716-645-2507
Lab:       210 Fronczak, 249 Froncak, 202 Fronczak



Zeng group @ 2011