Faculty Profile
 
  WANG Qun
     
Department: Department of Modern Physics
Mailing Address:
Department of Modern Physics, University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, Anhui, China
Postal Code:
230026
Phone:
+86-551-63600612
Fax:
+86-551-63601164
Homepage:
http://staff.ustc.edu.cn/~qunwang
 
       

Research Profile

Prof. Wang obtained his Bachelor of Science in physics at Shandong University in 1988, and Ph.D in particle and nuclear physics at Shandong University in 1997. From July 1997 to January 2000, he was an associate professor at the Department of Physics, Shandong University. From February 2000 to May 2003, he was a Humboldt Fellow in the Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Frankfurt, Germany. From June 2003 and June 2005, he was a visiting professor in the GSI Virtual Institute, a joint research program between the Institute of Theoretical Physics of University of Frankfurt and the German National Laboratory for Heavy Ion Research. From 2004 to 2005, he visited a variety of internationally renowned institutions such as the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, the Institute for Nuclear Theory, University of Washington, the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, the Institute of Theoretical Physics of CEA Saclay. He was a senior research fellow (visiting professor) at Brookhaven National Lab in 2014. Since June 2005, Prof. Wang has been a professor at the Department of Modern Physics, University of Science and Technology of China (USTC). 

Prof. Wang is an Academic Committee Member of Theoretical Physics Research Center for Science Facilities (TPRCSF) in 2007-2016. He was a committee member of the high energy physics branch of Chinese Physical Society in 2010-2014. He is a standing committee member of the high energy physics branch of Chinese Physical Society in 2014-2019. He is a member of Chinese Nuclear Physics Society in 2012-2016. 

Prof. Wang had been selected to the “Hundred Talents Program” of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) during 2007-2011. He has was awarded the Distinguished Young Scholars in 2012 by National Science Foundation of China (NSFC). 

Prof. Wang's research field is theoretical high energy nuclear physics. His research interest is in application of quantum chromodynamics (QCD) in dense and hot matter, quantum field theory at finite temperature and density, phenomenology of heavy ion collision, non-equilibrium dynamics in strong interaction matter. He is also interested in the theory of low energy nuclear reaction.  

Prof. Wang's representative works are: (1) With collaborators,he has proposed the quantum kinetic theory for chiral anomalous fluid. They further derived a new equation, the Covariant Chiral Kinetic Equation (CCKE), and revealed its connection to the Berry phase. The CCKE will find its application in simulating the early space-time evolution of the hot and dense matter under the strong magnetic field in heavy ion collisions. (2) With collaborators,he has systematically calculated the shear and bulk viscosities of the quark gluon plasma in perturbative QCD with exact matrix element for the two-to-three-gluons process and with finite chemical potential. He has clarified contradicting and confusing results in the shear viscosity of a gluon plasma in the field. 
 
     
Selected Publications
1) Electromagnetic fields with electric and chiral magnetic conductivities in heavy ion collisions , Phys.Rev. C94 , 2016 , 044903
2) Polarization of massive fermions in a vortical fluid , Phys.Rev. C94 , 2016 , 024904
3) Vortical Fluid and $\Lambda$ Spin Correlations in High-Energy Heavy-Ion Collisions , Phys.Rev.Lett. 117 , 2016 , 192301
4) Approach to Chandrasekhar-Kendall-Woltjer State in a Chiral Plasma , Phys.Rev. D94 , 2016 , 054042
5) Approach to Chandrasekhar-Kendall-Woltjer State in a Chiral Plasma , Phys.Rev. D94 , 2016 , 054042
6) Magnetic moment, vorticity-spin coupling and parity-odd conductivity of chiral fermions in 4-dimensional Wigner functions , Phys.Lett. B749 , 2015 , 542
7) From holography towards real-world nuclear matter , Phys.Rev. D92 , 2015 , 026006
8) Charm quarks in medium and their contribution to di-electron spectra in relativistic heavy ion collisions , Phys.Rev. C89, 024905 , 2014 ,
9) Relics of Minijets amid Anisotropic Flows in High-energy Heavy-ion Collisions , Phys.Rev. C89, 064910 , 2014 ,
10) Kinetic equations for massive Dirac fermions in electromagnetic field with non-Abelian Berry phase , Phys.Rev. D89, 094003 , 2014 ,
11) Elliptic flow of thermal dileptons in event-by-event hydrodynamic simulation , Phys.Rev. C89, 064902 , 2014 ,
12) Negative off-diagonal conductivities in a weakly coupled quark-gluon plasma at the leading-log order , Phys.Rev. D88, 085039 , 2013 ,
13) Shear and Bulk Viscosities of a Gluon Plasma in Perturbative QCD: Comparison of Different Treatments for the gg<->ggg Process , Phys.Rev. C87, 024910 , 2013 ,
14)  Shear and bulk viscosities of a weakly coupled quark gluon plasma with finite chemical potential and temperature: Leading-log results , Phys. Rev. D 87, 036002 , 2013 ,
15) Effect of longitudinal fluctuation in event-by-event (3+1)D hydrodynamics , Nucl.Phys. A904-905, 811c-814c , 2013 ,
16) Berry curvature and 4-dimensional monopole in relativistic chiral kinetic equation , Phys.Rev.Lett. 110, 262301 , 2013 ,
17) Parity violating quantum kinetic theory in (2+1)-dimensions , Phys.Rev. D88, 074003 , 2013 ,
18) Effects of initial flow velocity fluctuation in event-by-event (3+1)D hydrodynamics , Phys.Rev. C86, 024911 , 2012 ,
19) Chiral Anomaly and Local Polarization Effect from Quantum Kinetic Approach , Phys.Rev.Lett. 109, 232301 , 2012 ,
20) Di-electron production from vector mesons with medium modifications in heavy ion collisions , Phys.Rev. C85, 024906 , 2012 ,
21) Magnetic Tuning of the Relativistic BCS-BEC Crossover , Phys.Rev.D84,065014 , 2011 ,
22) How Perfect a Gluon Plasma Can Be in Perturbative QCD? , Phys.Rev.D83, 034031 , 2011 ,
23) Causality and stability of dissipative fluid dynamics with diffusion currents , AIP Conf.Proc.1235, 186 , 2010 ,
24) Spin-one color superconductors: Collective modes and effective Lagrangian , Nucl.Phys.A852, 175 , 2011 ,
25) Refractive Index of Light in the Quark-Gluon Plasma with the Hard-Thermal-Loop Perturbation Theory , Phys. Rev. D84,125027 , 2011 ,
26) Dilepton flow and deconfinement phase transition in heavy ion collisions , Phys. Lett. B 701, 581 , 2011 ,
27) Baryon formation and dissociation in dense hadronic and quark matter , Phys. Lett. B , 2011 ,
28) A consistent description of kinetic equation with triangle anomaly , Phys.Rev.D83, 094017 , 2011 ,
29) Bjorken hydrodynamics with radial flow in AdS/CFT duality , Nucl.Phys.A834, 269C , 2010 ,
30) On the entropy puzzle of quark combination model , Phys.Rev.C81, 057901 , 2010 ,
31) Some aspects of color superconductivity: an introduction , Prog.Phys.30, 173 , 2010 ,
32) Mini-jet thermalization and diffusion of transverse momentum correlation in high-energy heavy-ion collisions , Phys.Rev.C81, 031903 , 2010 ,
33) Symmetry breaking patterns and collective modes of spin-one color superconductors , Nucl.Phys.A844, 216C , 2010 ,
34) Shear Viscosity of a Gluon Plasma in Perturbative QCD , Phys.Lett.B685, 277 , 2010 ,
35) Relativistic BCS-BEC crossover in a boson-fermion model , Phys.Rev.D76, 034013 , 2007 ,
36) A new approach to bulk viscosity in strange quark matter at high densities , J.Phys.G36, 064050 , 2009 ,
37) Baryon number conservation and enforced electric charge neutrality for bulk viscosity in quark matter , Phys.Rev.D75, 074016 , 2007 ,
38) Bjorken hydrodynamics with radial flow in AdS/CFT duality , Nuclear Physics A 834, 269c , 2010 ,
39) Bulk viscosity in nuclear and quark matter: A short review , J.Phys.G34, S643 , 2007 ,
40) Neutrino emission and cooling rates of spin-one color superconductors , Phys.Rev.D73, 034012 , 2006 ,
41) The Non-Abelian feature of parton energy loss in energy dependence of jet quenching in high-energy heavy-ion collisions , Phys.Rev.C71, 014903 , 2005 ,
42) A General effective action for high-density quark matter , Phys.Rev.D70, 114029 , 2004 ,
43) Study of color connections in e+ e- annihilation , Phys.Rev.D69, 054007 , 2004 ,
44) Electromagnetic Meissner effect in spin one color superconductors , Phys.Rev.Lett.91, 242301 , 2003 ,
45) From the Dyson-Schwinger to the transport equation in the background field gauge of QCD , Nucl.Phys.A714, 293 , 2003 ,
46) Probing color separate states in e+ e- annihilation at Z0 pole , Phys.Rev.D65, 077503 , 2002 ,
47) Kinetic equation for gluons in the background gauge of QCD , Phys.Rev.Lett.88, 132303 , 2002 ,
48) How the quark selfenergy affects the color superconducting gap , Phys.Rev.D65, 054005 , 2002 ,
49) When the transition temperature in color superconductors is not like in BCS theory , Phys.Rev.D66, 114010 , 2002 ,
 
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