Yipeng Jing Professor Academican of Chinese Academy of Sciences Selected in 2015, "National Outstanding Youth" (2001), "National Ten Thousand Talent Plan" (2013)
  • Department of Astronomy
  • Cosmology & Astrophysics
  • 021-54740250
  • Room 529, No. 5 Science Building
  • ypjing@sjtu.edu.cn
  • http://astro.sjtu.edu.cn/DaoLeft.aspx?navid=27&hassons=0&selfurl=0&fathernav=4

Prof. Jing received his Ph.D. in Astrophysics from Int. Sch. Advanced Studies (SISAA) of Italy in 1992. From 1993 to 2000, he worked in University of Arizona, Max Planck Institute, Tokyo University as a research scholar in Astrophysics. Prof. Jing joined the faculty of Shanghai Astronomical Observatory in 1998, and the faculty of Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 2012. He is the inaugural director of Center of Astronomy and Astrophysics in Shanghai Jiao Tong University.

Research Interests:
    1. Dark matter and dark energy
    2. Formation of the large scale structures in the Universe
    3. Formation and evolution of galaxies
    4. Statistical analysis of large galaxies survey
    5. Numerical Simulation of cosmic structures

  1. Jing, Y. P. and Y. Suto,  The Density Profiles of the Dark Matter Halo Are Not Universal,The Astrophysical Journal,2000,  Volume 529, Issue 2, pp.~L69-L72., 529, L69 

  2. Jing, Y. P.; Jiang, C. Y.; Faltenbacher, A.; Lin, W. P.; Li, Cheng,Merger time scale of galaxies,RELATIVISTIC ASTROPHYSICS,Volume 966, pp. 69-70 (2008).

  3. Jing, Y. P., Y. Suto, and H. J. Mo,  The Dependence of Dark Halo Clustering on Formation Epoch and Concentration Parameter,The Astrophysical Journal, 2007, Volume 657, Issue 2, pp.~664-668.

  4. Li, C., G. Kauffmann, Y. P. Jing, S. D. M. White, G. Börner, and F. Z. Cheng,  The dependence of clustering on galaxy properties, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society,2006, Volume 368, Issue 1, pp.~21-36., 368, 21 

  5. Lee, J., Y. P. Jing, and Y. Suto,  An Analytic Model for the Axis Ratio Distribution of Dark Matter Halos from thePrimordial Gaussian Density Field,The Astrophysical Journal, 2005, Volume 632, Issue2,pp.~706-712., 632, 706 

  6. Kang, X., Y. P. Jing, H. J. Mo, and G. Börner,  Semianalytical Model of Galaxy Formation with High-Resolution N-Body Simulations, The Astrophysical Journal, 2005, Volume 631, Issue 1, pp.~21-40., 631, 21 

  7. Zhao, D. H., H. J. Mo, Y. P. Jing, and G. Börner,  The growth and structure of dark matter haloes,Monthly Notice of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2003, Volume 339, Issue 1, pp.~12-24., 339, 12 

  8. Jing, Y. P. and Y. Suto,  Triaxial Modeling of HaloDensity Profiles with High-Resolution N-Body Simulations,The Astrophysical Journal,2002, Volume 574, Issue 2, pp.~538-553., 574, 538 

  9. Jing, Y. P. and Y. Suto,  The Density Profiles of the Dark Matter Halo Are Not Universal,The Astrophysical Journal,2000,  Volume 529, Issue 2, pp.~L69-L72., 529, L69 

  10. Jing, Y. P., The Density Profile of Equilibrium and None-quilibrium Dark Matter Halos, The Astrophysical Journal,2000, Volume 535, Issue 1, pp.~30-36., 535, 30 

  11. Jing, Y. P.,  Accurate Fitting Formula for the Two-Point Correlation Function of Dark Matter Halos, The Astrophysical Journal,1998, Volume 503, Issue 1, pp.~L9-L13., 503, L9 

  12. Jing, Y. P., H. J. Mo, and G. Börner,  Spatial Correlation Function and Pairwise Velocity Dispersion of Galaxies: Cold Dark Matter Models versus the Las Campanas Survey, The Astrophysical Journal,1998, Volume 494, Issue 1, pp.~1-12., 494, 1 

  13. Mo, H. J., Y. P. Jing, and S. D. M. White,  High-order correlations of peaks and haloes: a step towards understanding galaxy biasing,Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society,1997, Volume 284, Issue 1, pp.~189-201., 284, 189 

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