Hao Zhang

PhD student (2010~Present)
Phyiscs Department, Duke University
Office: FFSC 2322

Email: hao.zhang@duke.edu

Advisor: Prof. Albert M. Chang

Research Interest:

I am interested in electron correlation effects in low dimensional electron systems,
e.g. quantum point contacts (QPCs), quantum dots and quantum wires.

Education:

2006~2010,
B.S. of Physics, Beijing (Peking) University, China
Economics (Minor) Beijing(Peking) University, China

Teaching:

Spring 2014:
Physics 142 d. 08 General Physics II(dis)
Physics 142 d. 09 General Physics II(dis)
Physics 142 d. 11 General Physics II(dis)
Physics 151 d. 11 General Physics I(dis)

Publications:

1,Hao Zhang, Phillip Wu and Albert Chang, "Quasibound States and Evidence for a Spin 1 Kondo Effect in Asymmetric Quantum Point Contacts",Phys. Rev. B 88, 075311(2013), [pdf]
2,Albert Chang, Hao Zhang, Loren Pfeiffer and K. W. West, "Fabrication of submicron devices on the (011) cleave surface of a cleaved-edge-overgrowth GaAs/AlGaAs crystal", App. Phys. Lett. 100, 123106(2012), [pdf]
3, Phillip Wu, Peng Li, Hao Zhang and Albert Chang, "Evidence for the formation of quasibound states in an asymmetric quantum point contact", Phys. Rev. B 85, 085305(2012), [pdf]

Presentations:

Hao Zhang, Phillip Wu and Albert Chang
Dependence of Conductance Resonances and Modulations on Channel Length in Asymmetric Quantum Point Contacts (QPCs)
Contributed talk, APS March Meeting, Boston,MA, 2012

Hao Zhang, L. Pfeiffer, K. W. West and Albert Chang
Fabrication of Submicron Devices on the (011) Cleave Surface of a Cleaved-Edge-Overgrowth GaAs/AlGaAs Crystal
Poster session, APS March Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, 2013

Hao Zhang, Phillip Wu and Albert Chang
Quasi-bound States and Evidence for a Spin 1 Kondo Effect in Asymmetric Quantum Point Contacts
Contributed talk, APS March Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, 2013