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Prof Ziqiang WANG
Professor of Physics
Boston College
Research Area:
Theory of Correlated Electron Materials

Prof. Ziqiang Wang obtained his MA, MPhil and PhD, all in Physics, from Columbia University in 1986, 1987 and 1989 respectively. He then continued his research as a Postdoctoral Fellow at Rutgers University (1989-1992) and Los Alamos National Laboratory (1992-1993). He joined Boston University in 1993 as an Assistant Professor of Physics and then moved to Boston College (BC) in 1996. He is currently a Professor of Physics at BC.

Prof. Wang’s research interests are on theory of correlated electron materials including high temperature superconductors and other complex oxides such as cobaltates and ruthenates, itinerant and localized magnetism and heavy fermion systems, quantum spin systems, unconventional superconductivity, emergent quantum electronic states and topologically ordered phases of matter, and fractional and integer quantum Hall systems and other mesoscopic systems including graphene. He has over 125 publications and is the Divisional Associate Editor of Frontiers of Physics.

Prof. Wang is the founding Board Member of Dali Center for Sciences and Arts. In 2017, he was elected a Fellow of the American Physical Society.


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