Aug. 1991—Sept. 1994 Teacher Assistant, Department of Physic, Xiamen University
Oct. 1998—Mar. 2000 Research Associate, Department of Physical Electronics, Tokyo Institute of Technology
April 2000—Mar. 2001 Research Associate, Institute of Fluid Science, Tohoku University, Japan
Mar. 2001—Jan. 2008 Professor and Head, Department of Physics, Xiamen University
Feb. 2008-- Present Professor and Dean, School of Physics and Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, Xiamen University
Sept.1983—Oct. 1988 Bachelor of Science, Department of Mechanics, University of Science and Technology of China
Sept. 1988—July 1991 Master of Science, Xiamen University
Oct. 1994---Sept. 1995 Japanese Training Course, Northeast Normal University, China
Oct. 1995—Mar. 1996 Research Student, Department of Physical Electronics, Tokyo Institute of Technology
April 1996—Sept. 1998 Ph.D., Department of Applied Electronics, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Honors and Awards：
1998 Lakusuikai Award, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
1998 Excellent Research Award, Promotion Society of Science and Engineering, Japan
1999 Doctorate Thesis Award, Tejima Industry and Education Foundation, Japan
2002 National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars（Prime Minister Research Fund）, P. R. China
||A. Books and Book Articles
1.Mitsumasa Iwamoto and Chen-Xu Wu
The physical properties of organic monolayers, World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd, Singapore (2001).
2. Mitsumasa Iwamoto and Chen-Xu Wu
Molecular motion and dielectric behavior in monolayers, Encyclopedia of Surface and Colloid Science, ed. Arthur Hubbard, Marcel Dekker, Inc. (2002).
3.Chen-Xu Wu and Mitsumasa Iwamoto
Dielectric behaviors for monolayers -a correspondence between properties and structural symmetry, Fundamental Study and Its Application of Intelligent Nano and Mesoscopic Structured Materials by Field Control, ed. S. Chonan, J. Tani, T. Watanabe, and Y. Yamazaki.
4.Mitsumasa Iwamoto and Chen-Xu Wu
Maxwell displacement current across organic monolayer films for the study of dielectric physics and electronics, Fundamental Study and Its Application of Intelligent Nano and Mesoscopic Structured Materials by Field Control, ed. S. Chonan, J. Tani, T. Watanabe, and Y. Yamazaki.
5. Chen-Xu Wu, Xiao-Jing Huang, Su-Zen He, and Shi-Gang Sun
Local field distribution and the configuration of CO molecules adsorbed on a nanostructured metal surface, Progess in Surface and Interface Research, ed. Hassan Bakrim, Transworld Research Network (2006).
6. Ke Xiao and Chen-Xu Wu
Fréedericksz-Like Positional Transition Triggered by An External Electric Field, Frontiers and Progress of Current Soft Matter Research, 323-352, Springer (2021).
B. Journal Papers
141. Ke Xiao, Xi Chen and Chen-Xu Wu*, Electric field-triggered Cassie-Baxter-Wenzel wetting transition on textured surface, Physical Review Research 3, 033277 (2021).
140. Wei Li, Xue-Zheng Cao*, Holger Merlitz, and Chen-Xu Wu*, Rouse Mode Analysis of Relaxation in Polymer Blends, Macromolecular Theory and Simulations 30 (2), 2000084 (2021).
139. Ke Xiao and Chen-Xu Wu*, Curvature effect of electrowetting-induced droplet detachment, Journal of Applied Physics 129, 234701 (2021).
138. Xue-Zheng Cao, Holger Merlitz, Chen-Xu Wu, and M. Gregory Forest, Cha...