Dr. Jing SHI
Key Laboratory of Electronic Equipment Structure Design (Ministry of Education),
School of Mechano-Electronic Engineering,
Taibainan Road 1, Xi\\'an, 710071, China
Dr. Jing Shi obtained her Ph.D. in materials from the School of Materials Science and Engineering, Northwestern Polytechnical University in 2015. She currently works in School of Mechano-Electronic Engineering, Xidian University. Her primary scientific interests cover the fields of lead-free piezoelectric and ferroelectric materials.
1. J. Shi, X. Liu*, W. Tian, Structure evolution and ferroelectric properties in stoichiometric Bi0.5+xNa0.5-xTi1-0.5xO3. Journal of Materials Science, 2019, 54: 5249-5255.
2. X. Liu, Y. Zhao, J. Shi*, H. Du, X. Xu, H. Lu, J. Che, X. Li, Improvement of dielectric and ferroelectric properties in bismuth sodium titanate based relaxors through Bi non-stoichiometry, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 2019, 799: 231-238.
3. J. Shi*, X. Liu, W. Tian, High energy-storage properties of Bi0.5Na0.5TiO3-BaTiO3-SrTi0.875Nb0.1O3 lead-free relaxor ferroelectrics, Journal of Materials Science & Technology, 2018, 34: 2371-2374.
4. X. Liu, J. Shi*, F. Zhu, H. Du, T. Li, X. Liu, H. Lu, Ultrahigh energy density and improved discharged efficiency in bismuth sodium titanate based relaxor ferroelectrics with A-site vacancy, Journal of Materiomics, 2018, 4:202-207.
5. J. Shi*, W. Tian, X. Liu, H. Fan*, Electric-field induced phase transition and fatigue behaviors of (Bi0.5+x/2Na0.5-x/2)0.94Ba0.06Ti1-xFexO3 ferroelectrics, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 2016, 100(3):1080-1090.
6. J. Shi, H. Fan*, X. Liu, Q. Li, Giant strain response and structure evolution in (Bi0.5Na0.5)0.945−x(Bi0.2Sr0.7□0.1)xBa0.055TiO3 ceramics, Journal of the European Ceramic Society, 2014, 34(15):3675-3683.
7. J. Shi, H. Fan*, X. Liu, A. J. Bell, Large electrostrictive strain in (Bi0.5Na0.5)TiO3-BaTiO3-(Sr0.7Bi0.2)TiO3 solid solutions, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 2014, 97(3): 848-853.