Julia Chan

Professor - Chemistry and Biochemistry
Tags: Inorganic Chemistry Materials Science and Engineering

Professional Preparation

Ph.D. - Chemistry
University of California, Davis - 1998
B.S. - Chemistry
Baylor University - 1993

Research Areas

Research Interests

Our research is focused on crystal growth, structure (X-ray and neutron), and characterization (electrical, magnetic, transport) of intermetallics and oxides for energy applications, including:

  1. Highly correlated electronic materials
  2. Magnetic frustrated materials
  3. Search and discovery of intermetallics with low thermal conductivity

Publications

Law and Disorder: Special Stacking Units—Building the Intergrowth Ce6Co5Ge16 2019 - Journal Article
The Role of Crystal Growth Conditions on the Magnetic Properties of Ln2Fe4–xCoxSb5 (Ln = La and Ce) 2019 - Journal Article
Fermi surface, possible unconventional fermions, and unusually robust resistive critical fields in the chiral-structured superconductor AuBe 2019 - Journal Article
Ferromagnetic ordering along the hard axis in the Kondo lattice YbIr3Ge7 2019 - Journal Article
Low-carrier density and fragile magnetism in a Kondo lattice system 2019 - Journal Article
Emerging Investigators in Solid-State Inorganic Chemistry 2019 - Journal Article
One-dimensional tellurium chains: Crystal structure and thermodynamic properties of PrCuxTe2 (x ~ 0.45) 2019 - Journal Article
Spin density wave instability in a ferromagnet 2018 - Journal Article
Crystal Growth and Magnetic Properties of Pr3Co2+xGe7 and the Sn-Stabilized Ln3Co2+xGe7–ySny (Ln = Pr, Nd, Sm) 2018 - Journal Article
Detailed study of the Fermi surfaces of the type-II Dirac semimetallic candidates XTe2 ( X =Pd, Pt) 2018 - Journal Article

Appointments

Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry
The University of Texas at Dallas [2013–Present]
Professor of Chemistry
Louisiana State University [2009–2013]
2010-2013: Les and Dot Broussard Alumni Professor of Science
Assistant & Associate Professor
Louisiana State University [2000–2008]
National Research Council Postdoctoral Associate
National Institute of Standards & Technology [1998–2000]
Ceramics Division, Materials Science & Engineering Laboratory

Awards

American Crystallographic Association Margaret C. Etter Early Career Award - [2003]
One of 12 Profiled in 2002 C&E News series on “Women in Chemistry”, highlighting women making an impact in the chemical sciences - ACS [2002]

Affiliations

Professor
2013/08
Materials Science & Engineering

Funding

NSF
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