Professor

Phone: (027)87556651

Email: zhouzb@hust.edu.cn

Academic Areas: Inertial sensor and Space gravitational experiments

Research Interests: Vibration isolation, test of equivalence principle, space inertial sensors and their applications in the fields of satellite gravity measurement and gravitational experiments, such as gravitational wave detection

 

Dr. Ze-Bing received his Bachelor degree in Electric Instrument from Department of Electronic Engineering of Jianghan Petrol Institute, Hubei, China in 1995, his Master degree in Theoretic Physics from Department of physics of Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST), Wuhan, China in 1998, and his Ph. D. degree in Structure Engineering from Institute of Civil Engineering and Mechanics of HUST, Wuhan, China, in 2001. He joined the Department of Physics of HUST from 1998, and now he is a Professor in the School of Physics, HUST. He has started a series of research programs sponsored by NSFC. His research interests include vibration isolation, test of equivalence principle, space inertial sensors and their applications in the fields of satellite gravity measurement and gravitational experiments, such as gravitational wave detection.

Academic Degrees

Ph. D. degree in Structure Engineering from Institute of Civil Engineering and Mechanics, in 2001, HUST.

Professional Experience

2004.12 ~ now Professor of School of Phys., HUST

2002.07 ~ 2004.11 Associate Professor of Dep. Phys., HUST

1999.06 ~ 2002.06 Lecturer of Dep. Phys., HUST

1999.2~1999.8 Visitor of AIGO, Dep. Phys., Univ. Western Australia, WA, Australia

1998.11 ~ 1999.05 Assistant of Dep. Phys., HUST

Selected Publications

  1. Y.Z. Bai, L. Fang, J. Luo, H. Yin, Z.B. Zhou(*), Improving the angular deflection sensitivity of a torsion pendulum by an electrostatic spring, Class. Quantum Grav. 32(17) (2015) 175018.
  2. L. Liu, X. Ye, S.C. Wu, Y.Z. Bai, Z.B. Zhou(*), A low-frequency vibration insensitive pendulum bench based on translation-tilt-compensation for measuring the performances of inertial sensor, Class. Quantum Grav. 32 (2015), 195016.
  3. M. Hu, Y.Z. Bai, Z.B. Zhou(*), Z.X. Li, J Luo, Resonant frequency detection and adjustment method for a capacitive transducer with differential transformer bridge, Rev. Sci. Instrum. 85(5) (2014) 055001.
  4. H. Yin, Y.Z. Bai, M. Hu, L. Liu, J. Luo, D.Y. Tan, H.C. Yeh, Z.B. Zhou(*), Measurements of temporal and spatial variation of surface potential using a torsion pendulum and a scanning conducting probe, Phys. Rev. D 90(2014) 122001.
  5. L. Cai, Z.B. Zhou(*), H. Hsu, F. Gao, Z. Zhu, J. Luo, Analytical error analysis for satellite gravity field determination based on two-dimensional Fourier method,J. Geod. 87(5) (2013) 417-426.
  6. L. Liu, Y. Z. Bai, Z. B. Zhou(*), H. Yin, D. Y. Tan, J. Luo,Measurement of the effect of a thin discharging wire for an electrostatic inertial sensor using a high quality factor pendulum, Class. Quantum Grav. 29 (2012) 055010.
  7. H. B. Tu, Y. Z. Bai, Z. B. Zhou(*), L. Liu, L. Cai, J. Luo, Performance measurements of an inertial sensor with a two-stage controlled torsion pendulum, Class Quantum. Grav., 27 (2010) 205016..
  8. Z. B. Zhou(*), L. Liu, H. B. Tu, Y. Z. Bai, J. Luo, Seismic noise limit for ground-based performance measurements of an inertial sensor using a torsion balance, Class. Quantum Grav., 27 (2010) 175012.
  9. Z. B. Zhou, S. W. Gao, J. Luo, Torsion pendulum for the performance test of the inertial sensor for ASTROD-I, Class. Quantum Grav., 22 (2005) S537–S542.
  10. Z.B. Zhou, J. Luo, Q. Yan, Z.G. Wu, Y.Z. Zhang, and Y.X. Nie, New upper limit from terrestrial equivalence principle test for extended rotating bodies, Phys. Rev. D, 66 (2002) 022002.

Awards and Honors

• National Natural Science Foundation of China, Grant No. 11235004 (2013-2017);

• National Natural Science Foundation of China, Grant No. 11075058 (2012-2013);

Courses Taught

• College physics;

• Precise measurement physics.

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