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Zhaotan Jiang

Name

Zhaotan Jiang

School and
Department

School of Physics

Title

Professor

Phone

86-10-68914027

Email

jiangzhaotan@bit.edu.cn;
jiangzhaotan@hotmail.com

Address

Room 724, Central Teaching Building

Zip code

100081

Education
Background and
Working
Experience

Zhaotan Jiang, born in 1975, received his B.S. and MSc from Department of Physics,
Shandong Normal University in 1997 and 2000, respectively, and his Ph.D. from
Institute of Semiconductor, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2003. From 2003 to 2005,
he was a postdoctoral fellow in Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. In
2005 he came to BIT (Beijing Institute of Technology) as a faculty of Department/School
of Physics, BIT. He had ever visited the International Center of Theoretical Physics
(ICTP), Italy, as a guest scientist from 1 October to 30 November 2008, and worked as a
visiting scholar at Department of Physics, Oklahoma State University, USA, from 15
September 2009 to 15 June 2010. Since 2012 he has been a Professor of Physics at the
Beijing Institute of Technology.

Research
Interests

Z.T.Jiang has been engaged in theoretical researches which are closely related to
mesoscopic and nano- physics. He has already published more than 30 papers in the first
class academic journals at home and abroad. His study field includes quantum transport
of low dimensional semiconductor quantum structures, quantum coherence and
dephasing, strong correlated electron systems and Kondo effect, quantum/classical
shuttle and nanoelectromechnical systems (NEMS), spintronics, graphene, and black
phosphorous.

Selected
Publications and
Research
  Projects

Selected Publications:

1. Operation of the qubit based on photon-assisted tunneling in a coupled quantum-dot
system and the influence of dephasing, Z. T. Jiang*, J. Peng, J. Q. You, and H. Z.
Zheng, Phys. Rev. B 65, 153308 (2002).

2. Influence of transverse interdot coupling on transport properties of an Aharonov-
Bohm structure composed by two dots and two reservoirs, Z. T. Jiang*, J. Q. You, S.
B. Bian, and H. Z. Zheng, Phys. Rev. B 66, 205306 (2002).

3. Do Intradot Electron-Electron Interactions Induce Dephasing? Z. T. Jiang, Q. F. Sun*,
X. C. Xie, and Y. P. Wang, Phys. Rev. Lett. 93, 076802 (2004).

4. Kondo transport through serially coupled triple quantum dots, Z. T. Jiang*, Q. F. Sun,
and Y. P. Wang, Phys. Rev. B 72, 045332 (2005).

5. Quantum transport through circularly coupled triple quantum dots, Z. T. Jiang* and Q.
F. Sun, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 19 156213 (2007).

6. Quantum measurement of dynamic qubit information by a double quantum-dot
detector, Z. T. Jiang*, J. Yang and Q. Z. Han, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 20 075210
(2008).

7. Quantum coherent transport through a quadruple quantum-dot structure with one
continuous channel and two concrete channels, Z. T. Jiang* and Q. Z. Han, Phys. Rev.
B 78, 035307(2008).

8. Local measurement of the entanglement between two quantum-dot qubits, J. Liu, Z. T.
Jiang*, and B. Shao, Phys. Rev. B 79, 115323(2009).

9. Spin superconductor in ferromagnetic graphene, Q. F. Sun*, Z. T. Jiang, Y. Yu, and X.
C. Xie, Phys. Rev. B 84, 214501 (2011).

10. Quantum transport through a transverse quantum-dot shuttle, Z. T. Jiang*, C. L. Yu,
R. M. Zhao, J. Lü, and Q. Z. Han, Phys. Rev. B 83, 195308 (2011).

11. Quasibound states in graphene quantum-dot nanostructures generated by concentric
potential barrier rings, Z. T. Jiang*, C. L. Yu, and Q. L. Dong, Chinese Physics B 21,
027303 (2012).

12. Quantum Transport through a Rigidly Connected Double Quantum-Dot Shuttle, Z. T.
Jiang*, S. Li, Z. T. Lv, G. F. Zhang, Communications in Theoretical Physics, 61, 536
(2014).

13. Energy levels of double triangular graphene quantum dots, F. X. Liang, Z. T. Jiang*,
Z. T. Lv, H. Y. Zhang, S. Li, J. Appl. Phys. 116, 123706 (2014).

Research Projects:

1. Studies on the time-dependent dynamical properties of movable quantum dot systems,
2010.1-2012.12, NSFC No. 10974015.

2. Quantum states in graphene quantum dot systems, 2013.1-2016.12, NSFC No.
11274040.

Prizes and
Honors

1. Winner of Excellent Award for President Scholarship of the Chinese Academy of
Sciences in 2004

2. Winner of Excellent Doctoral Dissertation of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2004

3. Winner of Excellent Young Scholars of Beijing Institute of Technology in 2006

4. Winner of Outstanding Class Teacher of Beijing Institute of Technology in 2007

5. Winner of Excellent Supervisor for Master's Thesis of Beijing Institute of Technology
in 2008

6. Winner of New Century Excellent Talents in University, Ministry of Education of P.
R. China in 2008

7. Winner of Distinguished Young and Middle-aged Scientists of Beijing Institute of
Technology in 2010

8. Winner of Excellent Supervisor for Master's Thesis of Beijing Institute of Technology
in 2012

Memberships

1. Reviewer of the projects of National Natural Science Foundation

2. Referee of more than ten peer-reviewed journals including ‘New Journal of Physics’,
‘Nanotechnology’, ‘Journal of Physics: Condens. Matt.’, ‘Appl. Phys. Lett.’, ‘J. Appl.
Phys.’, ‘Chinese Physics B’, ‘Acta Physica Sinica’, ‘Communications in Theoretical
Physics’, ‘Chinese Journal of Computational Physics’, and so on.


 

Release date:2015-10-27