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YU Dapeng
Chair Professor
Chinese Academy of Sciences Member

After his PhD in LPS, Orsay, French, Dapeng Yu did his postdoc in Chinese Academy of Sciences between 1993-1995. From September 1995, he joined department of physics, Peking University as an associate Professor. He was promoted to full professor in 1999 in Peking University. He was elected as a member (Academian) of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2015.
Prof D. P. Yu is one of the world pioneers in developing method to synthesize from the bottom, and to characterize 1-dimensional semiconductor nanowires and 2-D Dirac quantum Materials, and made important contributions to the investigations of low-dimensional quantum materials. Resulting from his pioneer contributions, more than 500 peer-reviewed work has been published in Physical Journals, including a majority in APS and AIP journals and other general interest Journals such as NPG  journals; the originality and impact of the nominee’s work is also manifested with a citation of more than 2,9000 times by colleagues world-wide with an H-index of 91.

1989-1993: PhD
Laboratoire de Physique des Solides, Université de Paris-Sud, Orsay, France (Materials Physics)
1982-1985 : Master
Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Acamedy of Sciences
(Inorganic Non-metallic Materials Engineering)
1978-1982 : Bachelor
East China University of Science and Technology
(Inorganic Non-metallic Materials Engineering)


May 2016–Now Chair Professor, 

Physics Department, Southern University of Science and Technology, China

Sep 1999–May 2016 Professor, 

School of Physics, Peking University, China

Sep 1995–Sep 1999 Associate Professor, 

School of Physics, Peking University, China

Nov 1993–Sep 1995 Postdoctoral researcher,
Laboratory of Advanced Materials and Electron Microscopy, Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences


Honors and Awards 
2015 Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences
2007 National Natural Science Award (second class)

Research Field
Low dimensional quantum materials, Quantum control, Micro-nano machining


Recent Featured Papers

1. Beating the break-even point with a discrete-variable-encoded logical qubit. NATURE,March 23, 2023.

2. Low-loss interconnects for modular superconducting quantum processors. NATURE ELECTRONICS,FEB 16, 2023.

3. Nonlocal Detection of Interlayer Three-Magnon Coupling. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 130(4), 2023.

4. Experimental Realization of Two Qutrits Gate with Tunable Coupling in Superconducting Circuits. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 130(3), 2023.

5. Scalable algorithm simplification using quantum AND logic. NATURE PHYSICS 19(1),126, 2022.