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Researchers make advances in geometric and deformation quantization of mathematical physics

2023-09-18

In the field of mathematical physics, the mathematical foundation of quantum mechanics is based on the celebrated Dirac-Von Neumann axioms, which consists of Hilbert spaces and the algebra of operators acting on the Hilbert spaces. Since the phase space of a classical mechanical system is described mathematically as a symplectic manifold, the quantization of a symplectic manifold became one of the central topics in the study of symplectic geometry.

Researchers make significant progress in high-throughput drug target screening technology

2023-09-12

Researchers reveal stack growth mechanism of wafer-scale van der Waals superconductor heterostructures

2023-09-07

Two-dimensional van der Waals (vdW) heterostructures are considered to be the best route for exploring two-dimensional (2D) physics and device applications. Among the combinations of stacking components, particular attention is focused on van der Waals superconductor heterostructures (vdWSHs), which are made by stacking 2D superconductors with other materials.

SUSTech student receives SEG Scholarship

2023-09-01

Ying HU, a Ph.D. student from the Department of Earth and Space Sciences (ESS) at the Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech), has been honored with the SEG/Norman and Shirley Domenico Scholarship.

SUSTech’s Ziqing XIANG receives 2022 Kirkman Medal of ICA

2023-08-15

Ziqing XIANG, Associate Professor of the Department of Mathematics at the Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech), was awarded the 2022 Kirkman Medal in recognition of his outstanding contributions in the fields of design theory, algebraic combinatorics, and graph theory.

Professor Chong FANG shares research on Femtosecond Stimulated Raman Spectroscopy

2023-08-11

On August 9, 2023, Prof. Chong FANG from Oregon State University was invited to the 124th Science Lecture in the College of Science.