Chair Professor ,Dean of Institute for Quantum Science and Engineering Department of Physics, Institute for Quanfum Science and Engineering   Research Group

Dapeng Yu was born on March 16th, 1959, Zhongwei, Ningxia Province, China. Dapeng Yu got his PhD from the Laboratoire de Physique des Solides, Université de Paris-Sud, Orsay, France in 1993. He was awarded NSFC Distinguished Young Scholar in 2000; Chair professor of Yangtze River scholar in 2002; Academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2015; Shenzhen High-Level professionals in 2016; “The Pearl River Talent Recruitment Program” on introducing Innovative and Entrepreneurial Teams and Leading Talents in 2017; Shenzhen industrial development and innovation talent from 2017 to 2019.

Dapeng Yu was promoted to full professor in 1999 at Peking University and joined Southern University of Science and Technology in June 2016, worked as the dean in Institute for Quantum Science and Engineering since 2017.

Prof D. P. Yu is one of the world pioneers in developing method to synthesize from the bottom, and to characterize 1-dimensional semiconductor nanowires, and made important contributions to the investigations of nanowire materials. His group has published more than 400 peer-reviewed papers in nanowire materials and physics in important journal such as Advanced Materials, Nano Letters, Phys. Rev B/Letters, Appl. Phys. Letters, JACS and Nature Communications. Those papers have important impact and been cited for more than 30000 times by colleagues worldwide with an h-index of 88 (from Google Scholar).

His work has been recognized by important awards such as the awards from the Ministry of Education for “1-D Nanostructured Materials and Physics”; 1st class, 2004, P. R. China, and the “National Natural Science Award” “1-D Nanostructured Materials and Physics”, 2nd class, P. R. China, 2007. In Elsevier’s annual list of Most Cited Chinese Researchers, Prof D. P. Yu has been continuing to enter the top three in physics and Astronomy field from 2014 to 2016. He has mentored more than 70 graduates and postdoctoral associates. In the past ten years, Prof D. P. Yu has focused on the controllable preparation of quantum materials, especially the quantum transport properties, and has made considerable progress.

Personal Profile

Education:

1989-1993: PhD 

Laboratoire de Physique des Solides, Université de Paris-Sud, Orsay, France (Materials Physics)

1982-1985 : Master

Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Acamedy of Sciences (Inorganic Non-metallic Materials Engineering)

1978-1982 : Bachelor

East China University of Science and Technology (Inorganic Non-metallic Materials Engineering)

 

Positions: 

May 2016–Now           Chair Professor, Physics Department, Southern University of Science and Technology, China
                                       Dean, Institute for Quantum Science and Engineering, China

Sep 1999–May 2016   Professor, School of Physics, Peking University, China               

Sep 1995–Sep 1999     Associate Professor, School of Physics, Peking University, China

Nov 1993–Sep 1995    Postdoctoral researcher, Laboratory of Advanced Materials and Electron Microscopy, Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

 

Honors and Awards (Selected):

2015     Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences
2007    National Natural Science Award (second class)
2002    Chair professor of Yangtze River scholar
2000    NSFC Distinguished Young Scholar

 

Biography:

Dapeng Yu was born on March 16th, 1959, Zhongwei, Ningxia Province, China. Dapeng Yu got his PhD from the Laboratoire de Physique des Solides, Université de Paris-Sud, Orsay, France in 1993. He was awarded NSFC Distinguished Young Scholar in 2000; Chair professor of Yangtze River scholar in 2002; Academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2015; Shenzhen High-Level professionals in 2016; “The Pearl River Talent Recruitment Program” on introducing Innovative and Entrepreneurial Teams and Leading Talents in 2017; Shenzhen industrial development and innovation talent from 2017 to 2019.

Dapeng Yu was promoted to full professor in 1999 at Peking University and joined Southern University of Science and Technology in June 2016, worked as the dean in Institute for Quantum Science and Engineering since 2017.

Prof D. P. Yu is one of the world pioneers in developing method to synthesize from the bottom, and to characterize 1-dimensional semiconductor nanowires, and made important contributions to the investigations of nanowire materials. His group has published more than 400 peer-reviewed papers in nanowire materials and physics in important journal such as Advanced Materials, Nano Letters, Phys. Rev B/Letters, Appl. Phys. Letters, JACS and Nature Communications. Those papers have important impact and been cited for more than 30000 times by colleagues worldwide with an h-index of 88 (from Google Scholar).

His work has been recognized by important awards such as the awards from the Ministry of Education for “1-D Nanostructured Materials and Physics”; 1st class, 2004, P. R. China, and the “National Natural Science Award” “1-D Nanostructured Materials and Physics”, 2nd class, P. R. China, 2007. In Elsevier’s annual list of Most Cited Chinese Researchers, Prof D. P. Yu has been continuing to enter the top three in physics and Astronomy field from 2014 to 2016. He has mentored more than 70 graduates and postdoctoral associates. In the past ten years, Prof D. P. Yu has focused on the controllable preparation of quantum materials, especially the quantum transport properties, and has made considerable progress.  

 

Recent Featured English Papers

  1. Epitaxial growth of a 100-square-centimetre single-crystal hexagonal boron nitride monolayer on copper, Wang, Li; Xu, Xiaozhi; Zhang, Leining; Qiao, Ruixi; Wu Muhong;; et al., Nature, 570:91–95 (2019).
  2. Current-controlled propagation of spin waves in antiparallel, coupled domains; Liu, Chuanpu; Wu, Shizhe; Zhang, Jianyu; Chen, Jilei; et al., Nature nanotechnology, 14:691–697 (2019).
  3. Universal Imaging of Full Strain Tensor in 2D Crystals with Third-Harmonic Generation, Liang, Jing; Wang, Jinhuan; Zhang, Zhihong; Su, Yingze; et al., ADVANCED MATERIALS, 31(19): 1808160, 2019.
  4. Kinetic modulation of graphene growth by fluorine through spatially confined decomposition of metal fluorides, Liu, Can; Xu, Xiaozhi; Qiu, Lu; Wu, Muhong; et al., NATURE CHEMISTRY, 11:730–736 (2019).
  5. Probing Far-Infrared Surface Phonon Polaritons in Semiconductor Nanostructures at Nanoscale, Qi, Ruishi; Wang, Renfei; Li, Yuehui; Sun, Yuanwei; et al., NANO LETTERS, 19(8):5070-5076, 2019.
  6. Observation of an Odd-Integer Quantum Hall Effect from Topological Surface States in Cd3As2, Lin, Ben-Chuan; Wang, Shuo; Wiedmann, Steffen; et al., PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 122(3): 036602, 2019.
  7. Dirac Semimetal Heterostructures: 3D Cd3As2 on 2D Graphene,Wu, Yan-Fei; Zhang, Liang; Li, Cai-Zhen et al., ADVANCED MATERIALS 30(34): 1707547, 2018.
  8. Ultrafast Broadband Charge Collection from Clean Graphene/CH(3)NH(3)Pbl(3) Interface, Hong, Hao; Zhang, Jincan; Zhang, Jin; Qiao, Ruixi; et al., Journal of the American Chemical Society, 140(44):14952-14957, 2018
  9. Differential Enzyme Flexibility Probed Using Solid-State Nanopores, Hu, Rui; Rodrigues, Joao V.; Waduge, Pradeep; Yamazaki, Hirohito; et al., ACS NANO, 12(5): 4494-4502, 2018.
  10. Long-distance propagation of short-wavelength spin waves, Liu, Chuanpu; Chen, Jilei; Liu, Tao; Heimbach, Florian; et al., Nature Communications, 9:738, 2018.
  11. Greatly Enhanced Anticorrosion of Cu by Commensurate Graphene Coating,Xu, Xiaozhi; Yi, Ding; Wang, Zhichang et al.ADVANCED MATERIALS 30(6 )1702944,2018
  12. Experimentally probing topological order and its breakdown through modular matrices, Luo, ZH (Luo, Zhihuang); Li, J (Li, Jun); Li, ZK (Li, Zhaokai); et al., Nature Physics,14:160, 2018.
  13. Quantum transport in Dirac and Weyl semimetals: a review, Wang, Shuo; Lin, Ben-Chuan; Wang, An-Qi ;Yu, Da-Peng; et al., ADVANCES IN PHYSICS-X, 2(3): 518-544, 2017.
  14. Electronic Coupling between Graphene and Topological Insulator Induced Anomalous Magnetotransport Properties, Zhang, Liang; Lin, Ben-Chuan; Wu, Yan-Fei; et al., ACS Nano,1 1(6): 6277-6285, 2017.
  15. Ab initio thermodynamic study on two-dimensional atomic nucleation on ZnO polar surfaces, Zhu, Rui; Zhao, Qing; Xu, Jun; Liu, Banggui; et al., Applied Surface Science, 412: 417-423, 2017.
  16. Monitoring Local Strain Vector in Atomic-Layered MoSe2 by Second-Harmonic Generation,Liang, Jing; Zhang, Jin; Li, Zhenzhu; et al., NANO LETTERS 17(12)7539-7543, 2017.
  17. Ultrafast epitaxial growth of metre-sized single-crystal graphene on industrial Cu foil, Xu, Xiaozhi; Zhang, Zhihong; Dong, Jichen et al., Science Bulletin 62(15): 1074-1080, 2017.
  18. Possible absence of critical thickness and size effect in ultrathin perovskite ferroelectric films, Gao, Peng; Zhang, Zhangyuan; Li, Mingqiang; et al., Nature Communications 8: 15549,2017.
  19. Electrical transport in nanothick ZrTe5 sheets: From three to two dimensions, Niu, Jingjing; Wang, Jingyue; He, Zhijie; et al., Physical Review B 95: 035420, 2017.
  20. Ultrafast growth of single-crystal graphene assisted by a continuous oxygen supply, Xiaozhi Xu , Zhihong Zhang , Kaihui Liu; et al., Nature Nanotechnology, 11(11): 930-935, 2016.
  21. Strain-Gradient Modulated Exciton Emission in Bent ZnO Wires Probed by Cathodoluminescence, Fu, Xue-Wen; Li, Cai-Zhen; Fang, Liang; et al., ACS Nano, 10(12): 11469-11474, 2016.
  22. Aharonov-Bohm oscillations in Dirac semimetal Cd3As2 nanowires, Wang, Li-Xian; Li, Cai-Zhen; Yu, Da-Peng et al., Nature Communications 7: 10769,2016 .
  23. A polymer scaffold for self-healing perovskite solar cells, Zhao, Yicheng; Wei, Jing; Li, Heng . et al., Nature Communications 7:10228, 2016
  24. Giant negative magnetoresistance induced by the chiral anomaly in individual Cd3As2 nanowires, Li, Cai-Zhen; Wang, Li-Xian; Liu, Haiwen et al., Nature Communications 6:10137, 2015
  25. Vibrational spectroscopy at electrolyte/electrode interfaces with graphene gratings, Bie, Ya-Qing; Horng, Jason; Shi, Zhiwen et al., Nature Communications 6:7593,2015
  26. Layer-by-layer assembly of vertically conducting graphene devices, Chen, Jing-Jing; Meng, Jie; Zhou, Yang-Bo; et al., Nature Communications 4:1921, 2013.
  27. Evidence for Thermal Spin-Transfer Torque, Yu, Haiming; Granville, S.; Yu, D. P.; et al., Physical Review Letters 104: 146601, 2010.
  28. Confined Three-Dimensional Plasmon Modes inside a Ring-Shaped Nanocavity on a Silver Film Imaged by Cathodoluminescence Microscopy, Zhu, X. L.; Ma, Y.; Zhang, J. S et al., Physical Review Letters 105:127402, 2010.
  29. Electronic and Mechanical Coupling in Bent ZnO Nanowires, Han, Xiaobing; Kou, Liangzhi; Lang, Xiaoli; et al., Advanced Materials 21: 4937, 2009.
  30. Boron Nitride Nanopores-Highly Sensitive DNA Single-Molecule Detectors, Song Liu, Bo Lu, Qing Zhao et al., Advanced Materials 25: 4549, 2013.

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His work has been recognized by important awards such as the awards from the Ministry of Education for “1-D Nanostructured Materials and Physics”; 1st class, 2004, P. R. China, and the “National Natural Science Award” “1-D Nanostructured Materials and Physics”, 2nd class, P. R. China, 2007. In Elsevier’s annual list of Most Cited Chinese Researchers, Prof D. P. Yu has been continuing to enter the top three in physics and Astronomy field from 2014 to 2016. He has mentored more than 70 graduates and postdoctoral associates. In the past ten years, Prof D. P. Yu has focused on the controllable preparation of quantum materials, especially the quantum transport properties, and has made considerable progress.

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