LU Qingyou, ProfessorSingle-molecule Physics and Chemistry
Name: Qingyou Lu (陆轻铀)
Address:Hefei National Lab for Physical Sciences at the Microscale, University of Science and Technology of China, Anhui 230026, P.R. China
1994University of Texas at Austin, B.S. in physics (with High Honors).
2000University of Texas at Austin, Ph.D. in condensed matter physics (with University Fellowship).
2000-2005Cypress Semiconductor Inc. (at Minneapolis, Minnesota), Senior Engineer, Staff Engineer, Project Leader.
2005-NowHefei National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at Microscale, University of Science and Technology of China, full professor.
2008-NowAlso with High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Chinese Academy of Sciences, full professor.
  (1) Implementation of scanning probe microscopes (SPM) in low temperature, strong magnetic field, solution and other extreme conditions, including various novel scanning tunneling microscopes (STM), atomic force microscopes (AFM), and magnetic force microscopes (MFM), and their applications in superconductivity, colossal magneto- resistive materials (CMR), low dimension system, complex oxides, and other strong electron correlated system. (2) High temperature growth of nano materials and crystals in strong magnetic field.
1)Haibiao Zhou, Lingfei Wang, Yubin Hou, Zhen Huang, Qingyou Lu* & Wenbin Wu*, “Evolution and Control of the Phase Competition Morphology in a Manganite Film”,Nature Communications 6, 8980 (2015).
2)Wenjie Meng, Ying Guo, Yubin Hou, and Qingyou Lu*, “Atomic resolution scanning tunneling microscope imaging up to 27 T in a water-cooled magnet”, Nano Research 8, 3898 (2015).
3)Junting Wang, Weifeng Ge, Yubin Hou, Qingyou Lu*, “Scanning tunneling microscopy evidences for surface electron scattering by underlying atoms”, Carbon 84, 74 (2015).
4)Qingyou Lu, Chun-Che Chen, Alex de Lozanne, “Observation of magnetic domain behavior in colossal magneto-resistive materials with a magnetic force microscope”, Science 276, 2006 (1997).

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