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Untangling the mystery of quantum entanglement
Professor Jeff Ou Zheyu, Chair Professor in the Department of Physics at CityU, unveiled the mystery of quantum entanglement at the President's Lecture Series: Excellence in Academia on 11 January.
5th HK Tech Forum investigates quantum physics and complex systems
Leading academic and industry researchers gathered at the HK Tech Forum on Quantum Physics and Complex Systems hosted by the Hong Kong Institute for Advanced Study at CityU from 7 to 9 December.
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CityU will host six forums in the HK Tech Forum series in the second half of 2022. A number of world-leading scholars, including numerous Nobel Laureates and Turing Award recipients, will take part in the forum and give speeches.
Two distinguished CityU scholars shortlisted for MIT’s TR35 China
Two young scientists from CityU have been shortlisted for MIT Technology Review Innovators Under 35 (TR35) China, who are the only two awardees in Hong Kong.
Neutron scattering expert at CityU awarded Croucher Senior Research Fellowship Add to Default shortcuts
Professor Wang Xunli, Chair Professor of Physics and Head of the Department of Physics, has been presented with the Croucher Senior Research Fellowship 2021 for advancing neutron scattering studies.
New chips accelerate data transmission
A physicist from CityU has played a pivotal role in advancing data transmission speed on the internet to make it the fastest in the world.
Kondo cloud finally observed after half-century
A physicist from CityU plays a major role in the world’s first direct measurement of a Kondo cloud more than 50 years after the initial theory was first expounded.
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Research into neutron scattering in Hong Kong will benefit with the opening on 27 February of a joint laboratory co-established by CityU and the Institute of High Energy Physics under the CAS.
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Professor Zhang Ruiqin of the Department of Physics at CityU has been elected as a Fellow of the American Physical Society for his outstanding contribution to computational physics.
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Ten faculty members from City University of Hong Kong (CityU) have been named as Highly Cited Researchers for 2018 by Clarivate Analytics.

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