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Inner Mongolia University, located in the city of Huhhot, Inner Mongolia, Northern China, is a university in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, People's Republic of China, under the authority of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Regional government.The University has currently 4 campuses, covering an area of 1,990 thousand square meters.Inner Mongolia University consists of 20 colleges, under which there are 34 departments, and 1 independent department for general education.According to the statistics in February 2006, the university provides 92 programs for Master degrees and 59 undergraduate majors.About 2,414 staff members work with the University, including 1,303 full-time teachers and researchers, among whom are 744 professors and associate professors.Inner Mongolia University has officially signed agreements of exchange and cooperation with 20 foreign universities. Wikipedia.


Xiao J.-L.,Inner Mongolia University
Journal of Low Temperature Physics | Year: 2012

The Hamiltonian of a quantum rod (QR) with an ellipsoidal boundary is given after a coordinate transformation, which changes the ellipsoidal boundary into a spherical one.We then study the eigenenergies and the eigenfunctions of the ground and the first excited states of an electron strongly coupled to LO-phonon under an applied electric field by using variational method of Pekar type. This QR system may be used as a two-level quantum qubit. When the electron is in the superposition state of the ground and the first excited states, we obtained the time evolution of the electron probability density oscillating in the QR with a certain period.We then investigate the effects of the temperature and the electric field on the time evolution of the electron probability density and the oscillation period. It is found that the electron probability density and the oscillation period increase (decrease) with increasing temperature in lower (higher) temperature regime. The electron probability density decreases (increases) with increasing electric field when the temperature is lower (higher). The oscillation period decreases with the increase of the electric field along the ρ x direction. © Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2012.


Xiao J.-L.,Inner Mongolia University
Journal of the Physical Society of Japan | Year: 2014

The effects of the electric field and temperature on a RbCl asymmetry quantum dot (AQD) qubit are investigated by using a variational method of the Pekar type. We first study the eigenenergies and eigenfunctions of the ground and first excited states of an electron strongly coupled to bulk longitudinal optical (LO) phonons with a three-dimensional (3D) harmonic potential under the influence of an electric field. This AQD two-level system may serve as a single qubit. We then obtain the time evolution of the electron's probability density when the electron is in the superposition state of the ground and first excited states. Finally, we investigate the effects of the electric field and temperature on the oscillating period, the time evolution of the electron's probability density and the coherence time. The numerical results show that the electron's probability density and its oscillatory period will increase (decrease) with increasing temperature in the low (high) temperature regime. The electron's probability density oscillates with a certain period in the AQD. The oscillating period is an increasing function of the temperature and the electric field. The coherence time is an increasing function of the temperature and the electric field, but it is a decreasing one of the transverse and longitudinal confinement strengths.©2014 The Physical Society of Japan.


Wang W.,Inner Mongolia University | Feng Z.,Xinjiang Institute of Ecology and Geography
Earth-Science Reviews | Year: 2013

Based on the review of 26 high-standard Holocene climatic reconstructions (mainly pollen-based) from the Mongolian Plateau and its surrounding areas, temporal and spatial patterns of the Holocene moisture evolution are synthesized. The regionally-averaged moisture history from the summer monsoon-influenced semiarid belt in China (i.e., Region A) demonstrates that the moisture index curve is broadly in agreement with the synthesized East Asian Monsoon Strength curve, both following the general trend of the West Tropical Pacific SST that is in turn the delayed response to the northern hemispheric summer solar insolation. The regionally-averaged moisture indices from the winter monsoon-dominated southern Siberia including Lake Baikal area and the Altai Mountains (i.e., Region B) exhibit a general declining trends since 10.6-9.6. cal. kyr BP, being largely consistent with the trends of the annual precipitation and the warm-season temperature in the Russian Plain. The consistency might be attributable to the Holocene declining trend of the warm-season temperature in North Atlantic region. The predominant feature of the regionally-averaged moisture index from the westerlies-affected northern Xinjiang (i.e., Region C) is a persistent increasing trend since ~. 8. cal. kyr BP. The wetting trend of northern Xinjiang during the past 8000. years might be attributable to the increasing trend of winter insolation and to the associated increasing trend of cold-season temperature in northwestern Europe. The chronological correspondences between dry phases and warm intervals in the arid areas of the Mongolian Plateau (i.e., northern Mongolian Plateau within Mongolia and southern Mongolian Plateau within China, Region D) lend a support to the proposal that the mid-Holocene dry phase was most likely the result of mid-Holocene high warm-season temperature. © 2013 Elsevier B.V.


Li X.,Inner Mongolia University
Gene | Year: 2014

miR-375 is an important small non-coding RNA that is specifically expressed in islet cells of the pancreas. miR-375 is required for normal pancreatic genesis and influences not only β-cell mass but also α-cell mass. miR-375 is also important to glucose-regulated insulin secretion through the regulation of the expression of Mtpn and Pdk1 genes. When human embryonic stem cells (hESCs) differentiate into endodermal lineages, miR-375 is highly expressed in the definitive endoderm, which suggests that miR-375 may have a distinct role in early development. miR-375 plays an important role in the complex regulatory network of pancreatic development, which could be regulated by pancreatic genes, such as NeuroD1, Ngn3, Pdx1 and Hnf6; additionally, miR-375 regulates genes related to pancreas development, cell growth and proliferation and insulin secretion genes to exert its function. Because of the special role of miR-375, it may be a potential target to treat diabetes. Antagonising miR-375 may enhance the effects of exendin-4 in patients, and controlling the expression of miR-375 could assist mature hESCs-derived β-cells. © 2013 Elsevier B.V.


Guo R.-Y.,Inner Mongolia University
Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications | Year: 2014

We develop a cellular automata model with finer discretization of space and higher walking velocities more than one cell. The model is used to simulate the evacuation process of pedestrians from a room with an exit. By simulation experiments, we find subtle effects of the discretization degree and walking velocities on the shape of the crowd near the exit, the evacuation time of each individual at different locations, and the evacuation efficiency of pedestrians formulated by two time indicators. We also investigate the relations between the exit flow and the exit width, formulated by the model, and compare the flow-width relations with those obtained by laboratory experiments in the existing literatures. This study is helpful for the validation and calibration of microscopic pedestrian models with discrete space representation and further narrowing the gap between these models' theory and their application to engineering. © 2013 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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