Prof. Xiao Gang He (何小剛 教授)
Professor He is currently on leave from NTU, serving as the head of the NCTS Physics Division. He has been a distinguished professor at NTU since 2008. In 1982, He graduated from University of Science and Technology in China, and earned a CUSPEA fellowship to further his graduate studies in the University of Hawaii and graduated in 1987 with a Ph.D degree. After working at various institutions, he joined NTU in 1998 and became a full professor in 1999.
Professor He has been conducting researches in particle physics, quantum mechanics and cosmology, and has published more than 160 SCI research papers. His major achievements include: Systematic studies of new physics the neutron electric dipole moment in the standard model and beyond (1987, 1989); first proposed the Type III seesaw model (1989); first discovered the He-McKellar-Wilkens phase (1992); first discovered the importance of electroweak penguin in the studies of B decays and CP violation; and independently proposed the trib-maximal mixing and associated modifications (2003, 2006). In recent years, he has been studying the dark matter, and Higgs physics related to LHC.
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