Director, Chair Professor, Division Head Hai-Qing Lin
Simulation of Physical Systems
- Office Location
- Room A307
BS, Department of Physics, University of Science and Technology of China, 1981
PhD, University of California, San Diego, USA, 1987
- Professional Employment
1987-1989 Research Associate, Department of Physics, Brookhaven National Laboratory
1989-1991 Research Associate, CNLS, Los Alamos National Laboratory
1991-1995 Research Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
1995-Present Professor, Department of Physics, Chinese University of Hong Kong
2009-Present Director, Beijing Computational Science Research Center
- Research Interest
Our research areas are mainly in Condensed Matter Physics and Computational Physics including plasmonics, high pressure studies, entanglement and quantum phase transition, magnetism and supersconductivity, electron spins in semiconductor quantum dots as well as numerical technique development.
2003, Fellow of American Physical Society
2003, China National Outstanding Youth Fund (Class B)
2010, Professor of China "Recruitment Program of Global Experts"
- Representative Publications
- 1. Kat Choi Woo, Lei Shao, Huanjun Chen, Yao Liang, Jianfang Wang*, and H. Q. Lin* "Universal Scaling and Fano Resonance in the Plasmon Coupling between Gold Nanorods", ACS Nano 7, 5946 (July , 2011).
- 2. F. M. Hu, Tianxing Ma, H. Q. Lin, and J. E. Gubernatis, "Magnetic impurities in graphene", Phys. Rev. B 84, 075414 (Aug. 03, 2011)
- 3. Huanjun Chen, Lei Shao, Tian Ming, Kat Choi Woo, Yat Cho Man, Jianfang Wang,* H. Q. Lin*,"Observation of the Fano Resonance in Gold Nanorods Supported on High- Dielectric-Constant Substrates", ACS Nano 8, 6754 (Aug. , 2011).
- 4. T. X. Ma, Z. B. Huang, F. M. Hu, and H. Q. Lin*, "Pairing in graphene: A quantum Monte Carlo study", Phys. Rev. B 84, 121410(R) (Sep. 23, 2011).
- 5. D. W. Luo, H. Q. Lin, J. B. Xu*, and D. X. Yao, "Pulse control of sudden transition for two qubits in XY spin baths and quantum phase transition",Phys. Rev. A 84, 062112 (Dec. 19, 2011).