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SUSTech scholars win 2022 Fu Chengyi Youth Science and Technology Award


The 11th Members’ Congress of the Chinese Geophysical Society (CGS) was recently held online, during which they held their 75th anniversary commemorative meeting and award ceremony.

Researchers make progress in application of larger-scale quantum algorithms and quantum architecture


Quantum computing has the potential to surpass classical computing in solving some problems, including database search, large number prime factorization, and other issues that are widely used in social life. In order to run a quantum algorithm on a specific quantum computing device, it is necessary to decompose the quantum algorithm into a sequence of basic quantum logic operations natively supported by the hardware.

SUSTech hosts CPS 90th anniversary celebration


On the evening of November 18, the Chinese Physical Society (CPS) celebrated its 90th anniversary at the Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech).

SUSTech’s Efim Zelmanov gives keynote speech at 2022 X-Lake Forum


On November 15, the 2022 X-Lake Forum, sponsored by the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) and the Shenzhen Municipal People’s Government, and hosted by the Science, Technology and Innovation Commission of Shenzhen Municipality and the Nanshan District People’s Government, opened at the Conference Center of Shenzhen University Town.

Researchers make series of progress in study of two-dimensional quantum defects in thermoelectric materials


Thermoelectric material is a kind of new energy material that can realize the direct mutual conversion of thermal energy and electrical energy through the directional movement of internal carriers with the temperature difference. Thermoelectric devices prepared from thermoelectric materials have the characteristics of small size, high reliability, wide operating temperature range, and no noise. They have great potential for development in both military and civilian applications.

Researchers reveal key nuclear reactions for generating calcium elements in oldest stars in deep underground laboratory


Nuclear astrophysics uses the knowledge of nuclear physics to study the energy production and element synthesis of stars, that is, to use the laws of extremely small atomic nuclei to explain the evolution of the huge universe. It is very difficult to directly measure the thermonuclear reactions that occur in the relatively low-temperature environment during the stable evolution of stars. The deep underground laboratory can greatly reduce the interference caused by cosmic rays and provide a measurement environment with an extremely low background, which is essential to the accurate measurement and research of rare reaction events.