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Dec 16, 2019 (Mon)
2:30 p.m.seminars
Seminar of MPhil Candidate:
Multiwavelength Observations for Bow-Shock Pulsar Wind Nebulae
Ms. Yuk Ying CHAN
Our Recent Achievementsseminars
  • Three undergraduate students, Deng Jian Qiao, Wong Hong Tsun and Yeung Ryan Wai-Yen, teamed with two other students from the University of Oxford and Peking University, joined the online International Theoretical Physics Olympiad 2019 and ranked the top 10 out of 88 teams worldwide
  • A team of three undergraduate students, Gong Zhengyangguang, Ng Ka Wai and Wong Hong Tsun won a silver medal for the solar sailing problem in The University Physics Competition 2017
  • J.H.C. Lee received the HKU Outstanding Departmental Safety Representative (DSR) Award
  • X.D. Cui received the Outstanding Researcher Award 2016-17
  • S.Z. Zhang received the Outstanding Young Researcher Award 2016-17
  • X.D. Cui received the Croucher Senior Research Fellowship 2017
  • W. Yao received the Outstanding Researcher Award
  • Prof. K.B. Luk and the Daya Bay Collaboration (HKU Members: T. Kwok, M.K.P. Lee, J.K.C. Leung, K.Y. Leung, H. Liu, H.Y. Ngai, C.S.J. Pun, H.C. Wong) received the 2016 Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics
Research Stories -
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Discovery of Largest Sun-like Star in Death Throes

Department of Physics Newsletterseminars

Department of Physics Newsletter (Oct 2019)
Department of Physics Newsletter (Apr 2019)

Physics in HKU
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Physics in HKU

Why Studying Physics in HKU?
The University of Hong Kong (HKU) is the oldest and well established university in Hong Kong. HKU students are allowed to major or minor in Astronomy or Physics, option of Major in Mathematics/Physics offered together with dept. of Mathematics is also available. The available options are very flexible in order to provide the opportunity to students to make the best possible choices ...

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Publication Highlights
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Valence Bond Orders at Charge Neutrality in a Possible Two-Orbital Extended Hubbard Model for Twisted Bilayer Graphene
Valence Bond Orders at Charge Neutrality in a Possible Two-Orbital Extended Hubbard Model for Twisted Bilayer Graphene Y. Da Liao, Z.Y. Meng, X.Y. Xu Physical Review Letters, Vol.123(15), 157601:1-6, 2019 Download
Itinerant quantum critical point with fermion pockets and hotspots
Itinerant quantum critical point with fermion pockets and hotspots Z.H. Liu, G.P. Pan, X.Y. Xu, K. Sun, Z.Y. Meng Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Vol.116(34), 16760-16767, 2019 Download