Luo Yongkang

Professor

Phone: 027-877792334-8121

Email: mpzslyk@hust.edu.cn

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Research Interests: I am an experimentalist of Condensed Matter Physics. The focus of my research interest is on strongly correlated electronic systems including unconventional superconductivity, magnetism, heavy-fermion materials, quantum phase transition and quantum critical point, and topological materials. In my lab, we use electrical/thermal transport, magnetic and thermodynamic properties measurements, in combination with all kinds of quantum controlling like physical pressure, chemical doping, high magnetic field, strain to tune the physical properties. We also do nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) to study spin dynamics of these materials.

 

Academic Degrees

2004.9-2008.6 Zhejiang University, B.S.; 2008.9-2013.6 Zhejiang University, Ph. D; 2010.9-2011.10 Princeton University, USA, visiting student; 2013.10-2017.1 Los Alamos National Lab., USA, postdoc; 2017.1-2018.7 University of California, Los Angeles, USA, postdoc; 2018.8- Huazhong University of Science and technology, Professor, 1000-Youth plan

Professional Experience

Selected Publications

[1] Yongkang Luo, Leonid Pourovskii, Stephen Rowley, Yuke Li, Chunmu Feng, Antoine Georges, Jianhui Dai, Guanghan Cao, Zhu’an Xu*, Qimiao Si, and N. P. Ong,“Heavy Fermion Quantum Criticality and Destruction of the Kondo Effect in a Nickel Oxypnictide”, Nature Materials 13, 777 (2014). [2] Yongkang Luo*, Hua Chen, Jianhui Dai, Zhu-an Xu, and J. D. Thompson, "Heavy surface state in a possible topological Kondo insulator: Magnetothermoelectric transport on the (011) plane of SmB6”, Phys. Rev. B 91, 075130 (2015). [3] Yongkang Luo*, N. J. Ghimire, M. Wartenbe, Hongchul Choi, M. Neupane, R. McDonald, E. D. Bauer, Jianxin Zhu, J. D. Thompson, and F. Ronning, “Electronhole compensation effect between topologically trivial electrons and nontrivial holes in NbAs”, Phys. Rev. B 92, 205134 (2015). [4] Yongkang Luo*, H. Li, Y. M. Dai, H. Miao, Y. G. Shi, H. Ding, A. J. Taylor, D. A. Yarotski, R. P. Prasankumar, and J. D. Thompson, “Hall effect in the extremely large magnetoresis

Selected Cases

My group accepts 1-2 Ph. D students and some master students every year. Undergraduate students who want to complete their dissertations are also welcome to join us. The postdoc positions are open for all seasons. Young scientists with techniques of material synthesis, transport measurements, NMR et al. are welcome to contact me!

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