physics department
2011-08-02 01:27  

Brief Introduction:

Renamed from the early-established physical laboratory, the physics department of Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) was founded in 1928, which is among the oldest physics departments in China. Since more than one-hundred years, a group of famous educators have worked in this department and produced many brilliant students. The physics department has currently 132 faculties and staffs, and it consists of several research institutes, such as the Center of Optics and Optical Engineering, Institute of Condensed-Matter Physics, Institute of Theoretical Physics, Institute of Nuclear, Particle, Astronomy, and Cosmology, and Institute for Plasma Studies. The department is authorized to award Ph.D. degrees in physics and optical engineering. Click http://physics.sjtu.edu.cn/ for more information.

Established in 1999, the post-doctorial program in the physics department of SJTU hosts many research directions in physics and related areas. Over the years, the department recruited many outstanding young physicists to participate in the program. Recently, the SJTU physics has undergone a rapid development. All faculties, staffs, and students have been working hard toward the goal to promote the department to reach the world-class level. In the department, there are a number of well-known active researchers in different disciplines, many world-class supervisors, advanced research laboratories, and an excellent academic environment. We offer very competitive salary for post-doctors. We have close collaborations world-wide, particularly with universities and research laboratories in USA, Europe, and Japan, as well as those in our Taiwan, and Hong kong. Therefore, more and more young people have joined our group.

We take this opportunity to welcome all qualified recent Ph.D., domestic or international, to take part in our post-doctorial program.

Brief Introduction of Director of post-doctor station of physics:

Name: Ka-Di Zhu

 

Title(s): Professor

 

Email: zhukadi@sjtu.edu.cn

 

Phone: 86-21-34203864

 

Address: 2007A, Physics Building, Department of Physics, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

 

Area of Physics:  Condensed Matter Physics

 

Research Interests:

Condensed Matter Optomechanics, Solid-State Quantum Computation and Quantum Information,  Solid-State Quantum Optics et al.

Biographical Sketch:

Education:

1980-1985      Bachelor,  East China Normal University,

1985-1988      Master,   Shanghai Jiao Tong University,

1988-1991      Ph.D. ,   Shanghai Jiao Tong University,

Employment:

1995-          Professor,  Shanghai Jiao Tong University,

2001-2012      Vice Head Institute of Condensed Matter Physics,

               Shanghai Jiao Tong University.

Research Experience:

1993-1995      University of Toyko,  Postdoctor;

2000-2001      Harvard University,  Visiting Fellow.

 

Selected Publications:

1.      K.D.Zhu and W.S. Li, Electromagnetically Induced Transparency due to Exciton-Phonon Interaction In an Organic Quantum Well, J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys.34, L6792001.

2.      K.D.Zhu, Z.J.Wu, X.Z.Yuan and H.Zheng, Excitonic dynamics in a single quantum dot within a microcavity, Phys. Rev. B71, 235312(2005).

3.      C.H.Yuan and K.D.Zhu, Voltage-Controlled Slow Light in Asymmetry Quantum Dots, Appl.Phys.Lett.89, 052115(2006).

4.        J.J.Li and K.D.Zhu, A scheme for measuring vibrational frequency and coupling strength in a coupled nanomechanical resonator -quantum dot system, Appl. Phys. Lett. 94, 063116(2009).

5.        J.J.Li and K.D.Zhu, A quantum optical transistor with a single quantum dot in a photonic crystal nanocavity, Nanotechnology 22, 055202(2011).

6.        J.J. Li, Ka-Di Zhu, Plasmon-Assisted Mass Sensing in a Hybrid Nanocrystal Coupled to a Nanomechanical ResonatorPhys. Rev. B, 83, 245421 (2011).

7.        B. Chen, C. Jiang, and K.D. Zhu, Slow light in a cavity optomechanical system with a Bose-Einstein condensate,  Phys. Rev.A 83, 055803 (2011).

8.        C. Jiang, B. Chen and K.D. Zhu, Tunable pulse delay and advance- ment device based on a cavity electromechanical system, Europhys. Lett. 94, 38002 (2011).

9.        C. Jiang, B. Chen, J.J.Li and K.D. Zhu, Mass sensing based on a circuit cavity electromechanical system, J. Appl. Phys. 110, 083107 (2011).

10.    J.J.Li, C.Jiang, B.Chen and K.D.Zhu, Optical mass sensing with a carbon nanotube  resonator,  J. Opt. Soc. Am. B 29, 965 (2012).

 

 

Current research fields, tutors of post-doctor station of physics :

Name

Title

Research Interests

Contact Information

Lei

xiaoling

PhD

supervisor 

Electronic transport in condensed matters (theorectical studies), including: Hot-electron magnetotransport in two-dimension

xllei@sjtu.edu.cn

021-62932827

Li Jia-Ming

Fellow

(Academician) Chinese Academy of Sciences Professor Ph.D. supervisor

Fellow(Academician), Chinese Academy of Sciences Professor, Ph.D. supervisor

Basic theoretical studies on atomic, molecular and cluster physical systemThroughthe theoretical

calculations, physical properties and dynamics of atomic, molecular and cluster systems can be described

and predicted quantitatively, facing the needs of ultra-sensitive detectionrecognitionmanipulation and

control at the level of atoms and molecules.

lijm@sjtu.edu.cn

021-62932959

021-54747754

Ma Hongru

Ph.D. supervisor

Theoretical studies of interactions of colloids; theory of colloidal dynamics; dynamics of wetting and dewetting; construction and modeling of DNA, RNA and membrane networks.

hrma@sjtu.edu.cn

021-54743241

Hong sun

Ph.D. supervisor

First-principles  calculation  studies of Superhard materials

hsun@sjtu.edu.cn

021-54741714

Kadi Zhu

Ph.D. supervisor

Solid state quantum Information and quantum computation Mesoscopic quantum optics and quantum computationLow-dimensional semiconductor physics and quantum nonlinear optical

zhukadi@sjtu.edu.cn

021-34203864

Shen Wenzhong

Professor

Fabrication and optoelectronic properties of novel semiconductor 

micro-/nano-structures; Semiconductor quantum structures and quantum 

control; Semiconductor infrared detection physics; Novel thin film 

solar cells and application.

wzshen@sjtu.edu.cn

021-54747552

Zheng, Hang

Ph.D supervisor

Quantum physics in open environment; Quantum optics and quantum information science in solid state; Physics of strongly correlated systems

hzheng@sjtu.edu.cn

021-34203049

Fan

hongyi

Ph.D supervisor

The basis of quantum mechanics; Quantum Optics

fhym@sjtu.edu.cn

021-62932080

Yaoxin

PHD mentor

Thermodynamic and kinetic mechanism of oxide crystal and liquid epitaxial growth; fundamental study on phase relation for realizing microstructure/composition/ property control; growth of REBCO crystal (including doping system) with high quality, and large-size for physicist interests and practical applications; systematic study on thermal stability of REBCO thin film: mechanism, its influence factors and practical applications; real-time study on nucleation, growth and epitaxy mode in melting and crystallization:; developing new technology and method to realize novel microstructure for excellent properties.

xyao@sjtu.edu.cn

021-54745772

Lou

Senyue 

hD supervisor

Nonlinear Science

sylou@sjtu.edu.cn

021-54742326

Yang Sun

PhD supervisor

Nuclear many-body theory; Structure of unstable, super-deformed, super-heavy nuclei; Properties and applications of nuclear isomers; Nuclear structure under high-temperature, high-spin, proton-rich, and neutron-rich conditions; Nuclear processes in astrophysics; Nucleosynthesis in the cosmos; Weak interaction in nuclear, particle, and astrophysics; Collective motion and phase-transition in quantum systems; Theoretical study of strongly correlated many-body systems

sunyang@sjtu.edu.cn

021-34202948

Jie Zhang

PhD supervisor

Relativistic laser-plasmas, high energy density physics (e.g. inertial confined fusion, laboratory astrophysics), laser plasma acceleration and radiation (from THz to X-ray) and applications, ultrafast electron diffraction imaging

jzhang1@sjtu.edu.cn

021-34206510

Zheng-Ming Sheng

PhD supervisor

Relativistic laser-plasmas, high energy density physics (e.g. inertial confined fusion, laboratory astrophysics), laser plasma acceleration and radiation (from THz to X-ray) and applications, advanced numerical simulation methods

zmsheng@sjtu.edu.cn

021-34202796

Li

yijie

PHD mentor

Epitaxial growth of high temperature superconducting, semiconductor, metal, and oxide thin films by pulsed laser deposition and magnetron sputtering. Flux piunnin mechanism in REBCO superconducting thin films. Relationship between thin film microstructure and transport properties. Nanoparticle doping effect in HTS thin films.

yjli@sjtu.edu.cn

021-54743149

Cheng

xianfeng

PHD mentor

Advanced photonics material, physics and device.(1)quasi-phase-matching

nonlinear optical crystal and applications in information process and laser

technology; (2) novel nano-structure photonics materials and applications

TiO2 nanotube, micro-,nano-optofludics and plasmonis.

xfchen@sjtu.edu.cn

021-54743252

Yaoxin

PHD mentor

Thermodynamic and kinetic mechanism of oxide crystal and liquid epitaxial growth; fundamental study on phase relation for realizing microstructure/composition/ property control; growth of REBCO crystal (including doping system) with high quality, and large-size for physicist interests and practical applications; systematic study on thermal stability of REBCO thin film: mechanism, its influence factors and practical applications; real-time study on nucleation, growth and epitaxy mode in melting and crystallization:; developing new technology and method to realize novel microstructure for excellent properties.

xyao@sjtu.edu.cn

021-54745772

ZHAO YUMIN

PHD mentor

Symmetries in nuclear structure, low-lying excitations of transitional nuclei, regularties and microscopic studies of nuclei under random interactions, systematics of nuclei structure, theories of structure for exotic nuclei.

ymzhao@sjtu.edu.cn

021-5474-1971; 021-3420-2659

 

Canhua Liu

PHD mentor

Atomically controlled growth and modification of superstructures and ultra-thin films on crystal surfaces; Quantum phenomena in low dimensional systems and strongly correlated electron systems. Electron transport in low dimensional systems.

CanhuaLiu@sjtu.edu.cn

021-5474-3165 

Hui Wang

Ph.D supervisor 

Spintronics materials and devices, light-induced novel photoelectric effect.

huiwang@sjtu.edu.cn

021-54747244

Chen

liewen

PHD mentor

Equation of state (EOS) and phase transition of strongly interacting matter; Isospin effects in heavy ion collisions at intermediate energies; Ultra-relativistic heavy ion collisions; Physics of compact stars; Computational physics

lwchen@sjtu.edu.cn 

021-54744026

Xiangdong Ji

Ph.D Director

Quantum Chromodynamics; Hadronic Structure; Neutrino Physics; New Physics Beyond the Standard Model; Astrophysics and Cosmology

xdji@sjtu.edu.cn

021-34203945

Liu

jianglai

PHD mentor

neutrino physics, dark matter direct detection, electroweak precision

measurement, hadronic physics.

Jianglai.liu@sjtu.edu.cn

021-54742662

Ni

kaixuan

PHD mentor

dark matter direct detection experiment, low background underground physics,  particle detectors development

nikx@sjtu.edu.cn

021-34202904

Hefeng

PHD supervisor

Attosecond physics and quantum coherent control, mainly about molecular image, the control of chemical reactions, and other ultrafast scenarios.

fhe@sjtu.edu.cn

Qian

dong

PHD mentor

Novel quantum phenomenon in low dimensional system, topological insulator

and its spin effects, electronic structures in strongly correlated systems,

magnetic materials and artificial structures, synchrotron radiation.

dqian@sjtu.edu.cn

021-34203047

Liu

 Xiang

PHD mentor

Neutrinoless double beta decay experiment, neutrino physics, dark matter, particle detector development

xiangliu@sjtu.edu.cn
021-54744573

Yujie Wang

Ph.D. Advisor

Soft condensed matter physics, synchrotron X-ray imaging, complex systems, nonlinear and non-equilibrium statistical mechanics, granular physics, colloidal physics, fluid dynamics.

yujiewang@sjtu.edu.cn

021-54743162

 

Bin Wang

Ph.D supervisor

Main research topic: Gravitation, Black Hole

Physics, Cosmology,

wang_b@sjtu.edu.cn, 021-54748990

Fangwei Ye

PhD Advisor

Nonlinear optics, 

Spatial optical soliton, nano-photonics, surface plasmonic waves

fangweiye@sjtu.edu.cn |021-54743167

Changshun Wang

PhD Advisor

Optical information storage and holographic optics, nonlinear optics in organic materials

cswang@sjtu.edu.cn

021-54742203

Xiaogang

he

PhD Advisor

Electroweak Interactions, Flavor physics for quarks and leptons, Neutrino physics, Beyond Standard model, Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology.

hexg@sjtu.edu.cn

021-34202924

Karl-Ludwig Giboni

PhD Advisor

dark matter direct detection experiment

radiation detector development

design of new liquid noble gas detectors

kgiboni@sjtu.edu.cn

021-34201420

For more information, please contact:

Corresponding person: Wang Xiaohong
Tel/Fax: 021-54743250(0)

E-mail: wangxh@sjtu.edu.cn