Teaching Professor Department of Physics
Condensed matter theory
◆ Fractional Statistics
◆ Numerical Algorithm for Correlated System
◆ Ph.D., in Department of Physics, Shanghai Jiaotong University, 2003;
◆ B.S., in Department of Physics, Shanghai Jiaotong University, 1997.
◆ Sep 2018-Present, Teaching Professor, Southern University of Science and Technology;
◆ Sep 2011-Sep 2018, Associate Professor, Southern University of Science and Technology;
◆ Jan 2010-Aug 2011, Associate Professor, Graduated University of Chinese Academy of Sciences;
◆ Jul 2005-Jan 2010, Associate Researcher, Center for Advanced Study, Tsinghua University;
◆ Aug 2007-Aug 2008, Visiting Scholar, Department of Physics, University of Hong Kong;
◆ Apr 2006-Jun 2006, Visiting Scholar, University of Padova, Italy;
◆ Feb 2006-Apr 2006, Visiting Scholar, International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Italy;
◆ 2003-2005,Post doctor, Center for Advanced Study, Tsinghua University.
 P. A. Marchetti, Fei Ye, Z. B. Su, and L. Yu. Hole pairing from attraction of opposite chirality spin vortices: Non-BCS superconductivity in underdopedcuprates. Phys. Rev. B, 84，214525，2011.
 B. Xi, Fei Ye, W. Q. Chen, F. C. Zhang, and G. Su. Global phase diagram of three-dimensional extended boson hubbard model - a continuous time quantummonte carlo study. Phys. Rev. B 84, 054512, 2011.
 J. Zhang, C. M. Jian, Fei Ye, and H. Zhai. Degeneracy of many-body quantum states in an optical lattice under a uniform magnetic field. Phys. Rev. Lett.,105, 155302, 2010.
 Fei Ye, G. H. Ding, H. Zhai, and Z. B. Su. Spin helix of magnetic impurities intwo-dimensional helical metal. EPL (Europhysics Letters), 90, 47001, 2010.
 Fei Ye, Y. Chen, Z. D. Wang, and F. C. Zhang. Imbalanced superfluid state in anannular disk. Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 21,355701, 2009.
 G. H. Ding, Fei Ye, and B. Dong. Quantum phase transition and underscreenedkondo effect in electron transport through parallel double quantum dots.Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 21, 455303, 2009.
 Y. G. Yao, Fei Ye, X. L. Qi, S. C. Zhang, and Z. Fang. Spin-orbit gap ofgraphene: First-principles calculations. Phys. Rev. B, 75, 041401, 2007.
 Fei Ye, B. S. Wang, and Z. B. Su. Symmetry restrictions in the chiralitydependence of physical properties of single-wall nanotubes. Phys. Rev. B,73,155424, 2006.
 Fei Ye, B. S. Wang, J. Lou, and Z. B. Su. Correlation effects forsemiconducting single-wall carbon nanotubes: A density matrix renormalization group study. Phys. Rev. B, 72, 233409, 2005.
 Fei Ye, B. S. Wang, and Z. B. Su. Aharonov-bohm oscillation and chiralityeffect in optical activity of single-wall carbon nanotubes. Phys. Rev. B, 70,153406, 2004.
 Fei Ye, G. H. Ding, and B. W. Xu. Renormalization group study of Isingtransition in double-frequency sine-Gordon model. Commun. Theor. Phys., 40,169, 2003.
[12 ] Fei Ye, G. H. Ding, and B. W. Xu. Dynamical properties of phonons in the xyspin chain coupled with lattices. Phys. Rev. B, 64, 2001.
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Condensed matter theory
Advanced Quantum Mechanics
Physics Laboratory IV
Group Theory for Physicists
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The Department of Physics at Southern University of Science and Technology has been established since 2011. The Department’s commitment is to develop first-class education and top-notch research in physics. The Department of Physics has been granted authority to award bachelor's degree in Physics and Applied Physics. Moreover, the Department offers long-term joint Master and PhD programmes, in collaboration with other renowned universities, including Peking University, Harbin Institute of Technology, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, and National University of Singapore. In addition, the Department has established long-term joint post-doctoral workstations with Peking University, Fudan University, Wuhan University and other colleges and universities.
he Department has a current size of 37 academic staff, including 6 chair Professors, 6 Professors, 17 Associate Professors, and 8 Assistant Professors. There are 4 Academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (including joint employment), 2 Distinguished Young Scholar, and 3 “Pengcheng” scholars. All members of our academic staff have study or work experience at top 100 universities in the world. The Department of Physics now offers 4 majors in condensed matter physics, computational physics, theoretical physics and optics, while setting up biological physics, astrophysics and particle physics. The staff members are engaged in frontier researches in the fields of quantum transport and regulation, surface physics, materials physics, computational physics, condensed matter theory, quantum information and quantum computing.
In recent years, our staff members have published many papers in high profile journals, gaining the Department international impact. Our research support totaled more than 220.26 million (CNY), including 49 projects from National Natural Science Foundation of China, 9 projects from Ministry of Science and Technology and Department of Education, 14 projects from Guangdong Natural Science Foundation, and 45 projects from Shenzhen City. Our academic staff have published up to 500 papers in recent years. The journals include "Physics Review Letters", "Nature Communications", "Journal of the American Chemical Society", "Advanced Energy / Functional Materials", "NPG Asia Materials", "Physical Review B" and other academic journals. Southern University of Science and Technology, carrying historical responsibility of higher education reform in China, is rapidly developing towards the direction of international, high-level, research-oriented university. Keeping pace with the university, the Department of Physics has established a long-term development plan to forge ahead in their endeavor, to enhance its own overall strength both in hardware and software, and to strive to maintain the forward momentum into a world-class physics department at an early date.