Born:Oct. 08, 1972, Jiangsu, P. R. China
Address:Room 02005, East-Annex of Physics & Chemistry building, 

Hefei National Lab. for Physical Sciences at the Microscale,

University of Science and Technology of China, 

230026 Hefei, P. R. China.
1990-1994B.S.  Physic  University of Science and Technology of China
1994-1996M.S.  Physics  University of Science and Technology of China
1996-2001Ph.D.  Physics  Stanford University, CA, United State
2001-2004Postdoctoral fellow  University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
2002-presentProfessor, Department of Physics, Fudan University, Shanghai, China
2009-presentHao-Qing chair professor of physics, Fudan University
2010-presentDirector, State Key Laboratory of Surface Physics, Fudan University
2018-presentProfessor, Hefei National Lab. for Physical Sciences at the Microscale, and Department of Physics, USTC; Chief scientist, national synchrotron radiation laboratory
1.Division Associate Editor of Physical Review Letters
2.Co-Editor of Chinese Physics Letters
3.Associate Editor of Science Bulletin
4.Vice-Chair of Low temperature physics committee of the Chinese physical society

Feng group has made significant contributions to the fields of high-temperature superconductivity, interfacial superconductivity, Mott insulator, charge density wave, topological matters, low-dimensional systems and so on. Prof. Feng has published 161 papers, which have been cited for over 11000 times in total.
1.The electronic structure of highly correlated electron systems and their artificial microstructures, including cuprate and iron-based high-temperature superconductors, Mott insulators, magnetic materials, low dimensional systems, topological matters, complex organic materials etc.
2.We combine angle resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES, laser and synchrotron based), scanning tunneling microscopy (STM), molecular beam epitaxy (MBE, metal and oxides), crystal growth, and transport measurement to search for emergent phenomena in new materials and their interfaces, and to understand their mechanisms. We have experiences in resonant soft x-ray scattering, and resonant inelastic x-ray scattering as well. In recent years, we particularly focus on the design and creation of novel states at the interfaces of complex quantum materials and/or topological matters with MBE and oxide MBE, which are then studied with ARPES/STM/STS and in situ transport measurement techniques.
2002National Science Foundation for Distinguished Young Scholars of China
2005UNESCO Javed Husain Prize for Young Scientists
2006National Science and Technology Prize for Youth
2006National Awardee of the 100/1000/10000 Talent Project of the New Century
2010Association of Asia Pacific Physical Societies (AAPPS) C. N. Yang Award
2010Overseas Chinese Physicist Association (OCPA) Achievement in Asia Award
2011“Ye Qi Sun” Prize of Chinese Physical Society
2011Shanghai Natural Science Peony Award
2013The Scientific and Technological Youth Excellent Contribution Award of Shanghai Municipal
2013The first prize, Natural Science Award of Shanghai Municipal
2015The second prize, Natural Science Award of China
2016Fellow of American Physical Society
2017The 15th Shanghai Science and Technology Elite Award
1.Qin Liu, Chen Chen, Tong Zhang*, Rui Peng, Ya-Jun Yan, Chen-Hao-Ping Wen, Xia Lou, Yu-Long Huang, Jin-Peng Tian, Xiao-Li Dong, Guang-Wei Wang, Wei-Cheng Bao, Qiang-Hua Wang, Zhi-Ping Yin*, Zhong-Xian Zhao, and Dong-Lai Feng*, Robust and Clean Majorana Zero Mode in the Vortex Core of High-Temperature Superconductor (Li0.84Fe0.16)OHFeSe,Phys. Rev. X8, 041056 (2018)
2.Ran Tao, Ya-Jun Yan*, Xi Liu, Zhi-Wei Wang, Yoichi Ando, Qiang-Hua Wang, Tong Zhang, and Dong-Lai Feng*, Direct Visualization of the Nematic Superconductivity in CuxBi2Se3Phys. Rev. X8, 041024  (2018).
3.C.H.P. Wen, H.C. Xu*, Q. Yao, R. Peng, X.H. Niu, Q.Y. Chen, Z.T. Liu, D.W. Shen, Q. Song, X. Lou, Y.F. Fang, X.S. Liu, Y.H. Song, Y.J. Jiao, T.F. Duan, H.H. Wen, P. Dudin, G. Kotliar, Z.P. Yin*, and D.L. Feng*, Unveiling the Superconducting Mechanism of Ba0.51K0.49BiO3Phys. Rev. Lett. 121, 117002 (2018)
4.Q. Yao, D. W. Shen*, C. H. P. Wen, C. Q. Hua, L. Q. Zhang, N. Z. Wang, X. H. Niu, Q. Y. Chen, P. Dudin, Y. H. Lu, Y. Zheng, X. H. Chen, X. G. Wan, and D. L. Feng, “Charge transfer effects in naturally occurring van der Waals heterostructures (PbSe)1.16(TiSe2)m (m=1, 2)”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 106401 (2018)
5.Q.Y. Chen, D.F. Xu, X.H. Niu, R. Peng, H.C. Xu, C.H.P. Wen, X. Liu, L. Shu, S.Y. Tan, X.C. Lai, Y.J. Zhang, H. Lee, V.N. Strocov, F. Bisti, P. Dudin, J.-X. Zhu, H.Q. Yuan, S. Kirchner*, and D.L. Feng*, “Band Dependent Interlayer f-Electron Hybridization in CeRhIn5” Phys. Rev. Lett.120, 066403 (2018)
6.H. C. Xu, X. H. Niu, D. F. Xu, J. Jiang, Q. Yao, Q. Y. Chen, Q. Song, M. Abdel-Hafiez, D. A. Chareev, A. N. Vasiliev, Q. S. Wang, H. L. Wo, J. Zhao, R. Peng*, and D. L. Feng*, Highly anisotropic and twofold symmetric superconducting gap in nematically ordered FeSe0.93S0.07Phys. Rev. Lett.117, 157003 (2016).
7.C. H. P. Wen, H. C. Xu, C. Chen, Z. C. Huang, X. Lou, Y. J. Pu, Q. Song, B. P. Xie, M. Abdel-Hafiez, D. A. Chareev, A. N. Vasiliev, R. Peng* & D. L. Feng*, Anomalous correlation effects and unique phase diagram of electron-doped FeSe revealed by photoemission spectroscopy, Nat. Commun. 7:10840 (2016).
8.Y. J. Yan, M. Q. Ren, H. C. Xu, B. P. Xie, R. Tao, H. Y. Choi, N. Lee, Y. J. Choi, T. Zhang, and D. L. Feng*, Electron-Doped Sr2IrO4: An Analogue of Hole-Doped Cuprate Superconductors Demonstrated by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy, Phys. Rev. X5, 041018 (2015).
9.Q. Fan, W. H. Zhang, X. Liu, Y. J. Yan, M. Q. Ren, R. Peng, H. C. Xu, B. P. Xie, J. P. Hu, T. Zhang*, and D. L. Feng*, Plain s-wave superconductivity in single-layer FeSe on SrTiO3 probed by scanning tunneling microscopy, Nat. Phys.11, 946–952 (2015)
10.R. Peng, X. P. Shen, X. Xie, H. C. Xu, S. Y. Tan, M. Xia, T. Zhang, H. Y. Cao, X. G. Gong, J. P. Hu, B. P. Xie, D. L. Feng*, Measurement of an Enhanced Superconducting Phase and a Pronounced Anisotropy of the Energy Gap of a Strained FeSe Single Layer in FeSe/Nb:SrTiO3/KTaO3 Heterostructures Using Photoemission Spectroscopy, Phys. Rev. Lett. 112, 107001(2014).
11.H.C. Xu, Y. Zhang, M. Xu, R. Peng, X.P. Shen, V.N. Strocov, M. Shi, M. Kobayashi, T. Schmitt, B. P. Xie, and D.L. Feng*, Direct Observation of the Bandwidth Control Mott Transition in the NiS2−xSex Multiband System, Phys. Rev. Lett.112, 087603 (2014).
12.S. Y. Tan, Y. Zhang, M. Xia, Z. R. Ye, F. Chen, X. Xie, R. Peng, D. F. Xu, Q. Fan, H. C. Xu, J. Jiang, T. Zhang, X. C. Lai, T. Xiang, J. P. Hu, B. P. Xie, and D. L. Feng*, Interface-induced superconductivity and strain-dependent spin density waves in FeSe/SrTiO3 thin films, Nat. Mater.12, 634–640 (2013)
13.Y. Zhang, Z. R. Ye, Q. Q. Ge, F. Chen, J. Jiang, M. Xu, B. P. Xie, D. L. Feng*, Nodal superconducting-gap structure in ferropnictide superconductor BaFe2(As0.7P0.3)2Nat. Phys. 8, 371-375 (2012).
14.D. L. Feng, Photoemission spectroscopy: Deep into the bulk, Nat. Mater.10, 729–730 (2011) (news and views)
15.Y. Zhang, L. X. Yang, M. Xu , Z. R. Ye, F. Chen, C. He, H. C. Xu, J. Jiang, B. P. Xie, J. J. Ying, X. F. Wang, X. H. Chen, J. P. Hu, M. Matsunami, S. Kimura, D. L. Feng*, Nodeless superconducting gap in AxFe2Se2 (A=K, Cs) revealed by angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy, Nat. Mater.10, 273-277 (2011)

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