Lunyong Zhang

Harbin Institute of Technology

Dr. Lunyong Zhang, is currently an associate professor of Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT) with general research interests in the preparation crafts and novel properties as well as the artificial modulation of quantum materials single crystal and thin films with nontrivial magnetic and electronic structures in particular the materials with emergent behaviors excited by the complicated interactions with spin orbit coupling. Dr. Zhang received his PhD, MS and BS from HIT. Before joining HIT in May 2020, he was an associated researcher at the MaxPlanck-POSTECH center for complex phase materials of Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea and a visit scientist of the MaxPlanck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids, Germany. He has reported a series of emergent results about the iridates and other novel compounds, for example the first electronic transport evidence of the semimetal state of SrIrO3 and the strong temperature sensitivity of spin-orbit interaction in iridates. He is a Fellow of International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM) and was rewarded the IAAM Scientist award. He has contributed 70+ publications on journals including Physical Review Letters, Nature Communications, Advance Functional Materials, Nano Letters, Critical Reviews in Solid State and Materials Sciences、Physical Review B, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, and is an expert reviewer of Italian Ministry of education, universities and Research (MIUR) and invited referee of journals such as Applied Physics Review, Materials Science & Engineering A, etc. He also is a young editor of the international journal “The Innovation” and “Advanced Powder Materials”