Hongjian He Professor National Outstanding Young Investigator (2006)
  • Institute of Nuclear and Particle Physics
  • Particle Physics Theory, Quantum Gravity, and Cosmology
  • Room 624, No. 5 Science Building
  • hjhe(at)sjtu.edu.cn

Hong-Jian He is a Distinguished Professor in theoretical physics. His research areas include particle physics, quantum gravity, cosmology and their interface. He is an elected Fellow of American Physical Society (APS). His awards and honors include: Achievement in Asia Award -- Robert T. Poe Prize (by International Organization of Chinese Physicists and Astronomers), Gan-Chang Wang Physics Prize (by Chinese Physical Society), National Science and Technology Prize for Young Scientists, and National Outstanding Young Investigator Grant Award. He entered Tsinghua University as an undergraduate student at the age of 16. He received the Outstanding Bachelor Thesis Award, the Outstanding Master Thesis Award, and the Outstanding Ph.D Thesis Award from Tsinghua University (Beijing). He had oversea research experiences at a number of institutions, including the national lab of DESY (Germany), University of Texas at Austin (USA), and Michigan State University (USA). He was recruited as a full Professor of Physics (Talent Plan) of Tsinghua University in 2005 and appointed as a Distinguished Professor of Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 2017, affiliated with School of Physics & Astronomy and T. D. Lee Institute.  He has served as the Editors of leading international journals including the Physics of the Dark Universe, Nuclear Physics B (Elsevier), and Research (Partner Journal of Science, AAAS).

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