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Biography

Prof. Wei Guo

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Florida State University, USA


Email: wguo@magnet.fsu.edu


Qualifications

2008  Ph.D., Department of Physics, Brown University

2004  M.Sc., Department of Physics, Brown University

2002  B.Sc., Physics Department, Wuhan University


Publications (Selected)

  1. W. Guo, D.N. McKinsey, “A Concept for A Dark Matter Detector Using Liquid Helium-4”, submitted to Phys. Rev. D, arXiv:1302.0534, (2013).
  2. W. Guo, M. Dufault, S.B. Cahn, J.A. Nikkel, Y. Shin and D.N. McKinsey, “Scintillation and charge extraction from the tracks of energetic electrons in superfluid helium-4”,JINST, 7, P01002 (2012).
  3. D.E. Zmeev, F. Pakpour, P.M. Walmsley, A.I. Golov, W. Guo, D.N. McKinsey, G.G.Ihas, W.F. Vinen, and P.V.E. McClintock, “Capture of He2 Molecules by Vortex Lines in Superfluid 4He at T< 0.2K”, accepted by Phys. Rev. Lett., arXiv:1302.4710(2013).
  4. W. Guo, D.P. Lathrop, M. La Mantia, and S.W. Van Sciver,“Visualization of two-fluid flows of superfluid helium-4 at finite temperatures”, invited review article to be submitted to Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., (2013).
  5. W. Guo, “Particle imaging velocimetry in superfluid helium-4 using helium moleculeclusters as tracers”, to be submitted to Phys. Rev. B., (2013).
  6. D.E. Zmeev, F. Pakpour, P.M. Walmsley, A.I. Golov, P.V.E. McClintock, S.N. Fisher, W. Guo, D.N. McKinsey, G.G. Ihas, and W.F. Vinen, “Observation of Crossover from Ballistic to Diffusion Regime for ExcimerMolecules in Superfluid 4He”, J. Low. Temp. Phys., DOI 10.1007/s10909-012-0720-6, (2012).
  7. W. Guo, D.N. McKinsey, A. Marakov, K.J. Thompson, G.G. Ihas, and W.F. Vinen, “Visualization technique for determining the structure functions of normalfluidturbulence in superfluid helium-4”, J. Low. Temp. Phys., DOI 10.1007/s10909-012-0708-2, (2012).
  8. W. Guo, S.B. Cahn, J.A. Nikkel, W.F. Vinen and D.N. McKinsey, “Visualization Study of Counterflow in Superfluid 4He using Metastable Helium Molecules”, Phys. Rev. Lett., 105, 045301 (2010).
  9. W. Guo, J.D. Wright, S.B. Cahn, J.A. Nikkel, and D.N. McKinsey, “Metastable Helium Molecules as Tracers in Superfluid He-4”, Phys. Rev. Lett., 102, 235301 (2009).
  10. W. Guo, J.D. Wright, S.B. Cahn, J.A. Nikkel, and D.N. McKinsey, “Studying the normal-fluid flow in Helium-II using metastable helium molecules”, J. Low Temp. Phys., 158, 346 (2009).
  11. D. Jin and W. Guo, “Finite-temperature density functional study of electron self-trapping in3He and 4He”, J. Chem. Phys., 136, 244510 (2012).
  12. D. Jin and W. Guo, “Vortex nucleation induced phonon radiation from a moving electron bubble in superfluid 4He”, Phys. Rev. B 82, 094524 (2010).
  13. W. Guo, D. Jin, G.M. Seidel, and H. Maris, “Experiments with single electrons in liquid helium”, Phys. Rev. B 79, 054515 (2009).
  14. D. Jin, W. Guo, W. Wei and H.J. Maris,“Electrons in Superfluid Helium-4”,J. Low Temp. Phys., 158, 307 (2009).
  15. W. Guo, D. Jin, and H. Maris, “Stability of multielectron bubbles in liquid helium”, Phys. Rev. B 78, 014511 (2008).
  16. W. Guo, D. Jin, W. Wei, and H. Maris, et al., “Low-temperature piezoelectric and dielectric properties of lead magnesiumniobate lead titanate (PMN-xPT)”, J. Appl. Phys., 102, 084104 (2007).
  17. W. Guo and H. Maris, “Observations of the Motion of Single Electrons in Liquid Helium”, J. Low Temp. Phys., 148, 199 (2007).
  18. W. Guo and H. Maris, “Calculation of the Cross-Section for Optical Transitions of an ElectronBubble to D States”, J. Low Temp. Phys., 148, 213 (2007).
  19. H. Maris and W. Guo,“Calculation of the Shape of S-State Electron Bubbles in Liquid Helium”, J. Low Temp. Phys., 148, 207 (2007).
  20. H. Maris and W. Guo, “The Shape of Electron Bubbles in Liquid Helium and the Line Width ofOptical Transitions”, J. Low Temp. Phys., 137, 491 (2004).