CityU wants to scale and diversify its PhD physics programme by recruiting a new generation of rising stars from all over the world.
To know more, please check out the recent article on Physics World, titled "CityU physics: where regional connections underpin global research ambitions".
[Photo caption] Xun-Li Wang (foreground), head of CityU’s Department of Physics, pictured with three of his PhD students at Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Spallation Neutron Source (SNS) in Tennessee, US. Working with SNS instrumentation scientist Douglas Abernathy (centre) and other international collaborators, the team demonstrated the existence of high-frequency transverse phonons in metallic glass for the first time.
5 October 2020