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Faculty positions available in the Dept. of Physics
Zhejiang University
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Posted: 28-Sep-21

Location: Hangzhou, China

Preferred Education: Doctorate

Categories:

Physics: Physics
Physics: Theoretical

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Academic

Work Function:

Faculty 4-Year College/University
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About Zhejiang University
Established in 1928, the Department of Physics of Zhejiang University has been the cradle of many key contributions to the physical sciences. In the 1940s, Kan-Chang Wang, the department chair at the time, proposed using the recoil of K-captured Be nuclei which later led to provide the first indirect evidence for the existence of neutrinos. Tsung-Dao Lee, from the class of 1943, together with C.N. Yang proposed parity violation in the weak interaction in 1957. Later that year, Chien-Shiung Wu, a former teaching staff from the 1930s, led the experiment in the decay of polarized Co-60 nuclei which confirmed this theoretical proposal. Between the 1950s and 1980s, many physicists from the department directly took part in the Chinese nuclear program, most notably, including the two key leaders, Kan-Chang Wang and Kai-Jia Cheng. In total, twenty physics alumni have been elected as members of Chinese Academy of Sciences and several have been elected as APS and OSA fellows.
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