Songxue Chi is an instrument scientist on the ORNL HB3 triple-axis spectrometer at HFIR. His current scientific interests are in the field of condensed matter physics; in particular in emergent phenomena in strongly correlated materials and complex oxide where the interplay among spin, charge and lattice degrees of freedom often lead to exotic phases. He received his PhD in condensed matter physics from the university of Tennessee, Knoxville. Prior to joining ORNL, he was an instrument scientist at the NIST Center for Neutron Research.
01/2013 – present Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
11/2010 – 01/2013 Oak Ridge Associated Universities, USA
Post doctoral associate, working at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory
01/2009 – 11/2010 NIST Center for Neutron Research, USA
Chancellor’s Honor for Extraordinary Professional Promise
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville , April, 2008
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, U.S.A.
Ph. D. in Physics December 2008
Aug. 2020 Virtual Workshop on Neutrons and Complementary Techniques for Quantum Materials
Sept. 2022 Virtual Workshop on Neutrons and Complementary Techniques for Quantum Materials
70 verified peer reviews for 20 research journals such as Nature Physics, Nature Communications, Physical Review Letters, Physical Review B and Journal of Physics:Condensed Matter.
Associate Editor for Frontiers in Electronic Materials
Session Chair at Conferences
Session K6: Ruthenates 2016 American Physical Society March Meeting
Session A43: Spin Orbit Physics in Oxides I 2017 American Physical Society March Meeting
Session X11: Fe-based superconductivity - Neutron scattering and magnetism 2018 American Physical Society March Meeting
American Physical Society