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Yue Cao

About me

My name is Yue Cao. I came to WSU after getting my B.S. in Metallic Materials Engineering from Wuhan University of Science and Technology in China. I am trying to get my PhD here. My current research areas here are FORCs and minor loops of magnetic materials. I am interested in solving scientific problems with computers by programming. I like hiking if I have time.

Publications and Presentations

  1. “Effects of aging time and temperature of Fe-1wt.%Cu on magnetic Barkhausen noise and FORC”, Muad Saleh, Yue Cao, Danny J. Edwards, Pradeep Ramuhalli, Bradley R. Johnson, John McCloy, AIP Advances, 6(5), 055935 (2016).
  2. “Hysteresis in single and polycrystalline iron thin films: Major and minor loops, first order reversal curves, and Preisach modeling”, Yue Cao, Ke Xu, Weilin Jiang, Timothy Droubay, Pradeep Ramuhalli, Danny Edwards, Bradley R. Johnson, John McCloy. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 395 (2015): 361-375.
  3. “MnO 2–TiO 2/C nanocomposite arrays for high-performance supercapacitor electrodes”, Gao B, Li X, Ma Y, Yue Cao, et al, Thin Solid Films, 2015, 584: 61-65 (2015).
  4. “Fabrication and Capacitive Properties of C-doped TiO2 Nanotube Arrays”, Zhang J, Gao B, Gan Q, Xia J, Yue Cao, et al, Chemical Rapid Communications, 2325-9906, (2014).
  5. “Heterostructured TiO2 Nanoparticles/Nanotube Arrays: In Situ Formation from Amorphous TiO2 Nanotube Arrays in Water and Enhanced Photocatalytic Activity”, K Huo, H Wang, X Zhang, Y Cao and P K. Chu. ChemPlusChem 77(4): 323-329 (2012).