Yanping Xu
Post-Doc Research Scientist


 
  Research Interests
  • Particle Microbeam System

  • Micro-manipulation System

  • Laser Light Scattering

   

Contact Information

Yanping Xu, Ph.D.
RARAF
Center for Radiological Research
Nevis Laboratory, Columbia University
136 S. Broadway
Irvington, NY 10533

Tel: (914) 591-9244
Fax: (914) 591-9405
email: yx2132@columbia.edu

 
 

Academic Training  
 

Graduate:   Ph.D., Department of Physics, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, 2006.

 
 


Current Research  

Yanping Xu works on projects related to the single-particle single-cell microbeam irradiation system. Yanping's projects are centered on neutron microbeam, fast imaging of microfluidic system and laser light scattering technique.

 
 

Select Publications Online  

E. Korobkina, B. W. Wehring, A. I. Hawari, A. R. Young, P. R. Huffman, R. Golub, Y. Xu, G. Palmquist. An Ultracold neutron source at the NC State University PULSTAR reactor, Nucl. Instr. and Meth. A., 2007. doi:10.1016/j.nima.2007.04.116

Y. Xu, H.O. Back, A.T. Holley, R.W. Pattie, A.R. Young, et al, Analysis of ultra-cold neutron depolarization studies, Proceeding of Division of Nuclear Physics Meeting, p101, Hawaii, 2005.

Y. Xu, G. Ning, C. Zhang, Q. Yu, Y. Xu. Application of the miniature specimen technique to material irradiation. International Jounal of Pressure Vessels and Piping 77:715-721, 2000.

J. He, Y. Xu, T. Yang. The association effect of Human Serum Albumin under different Zinc ion concentrations studied by small angle of neutron scattering. Atomic Energy Science and Technology 31:168, 1997.

 
 

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