Jiang-Lai Liu

Associate Director, Professor of Physics

Office: T. D. Lee Library 420; Red House

Phone:  +86-21-3420-3040

E-mail: jianglai.liu@sjtu.edu.cn

Address: INPAC, Department of Physics, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai 200240, China

Web Page:  http://neutrino1.physics.sjtu.edu.cn/

 

 

Current Research Interest: Neutrino Experiment, Dark Matter Experiment

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Professor Liu obtained B. S. in Physics from Nanjing University in 1998. He received Ph.D. degree in Physics in 2006 from the University of Maryland at College Park, USA. He held postdoctoral then senior postdoctoral scholar position at Caltech from 2006 to 2010.  He joined SJTU as a Distinguished Research Fellow in 2011.

Liu has worked on various experiments in the intersections of nuclear, particle, and astrophysics. He studied the strange form factors of the nucleon at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (TJNAF) via parity-violating electron scattering (G-zero, 1999-2006), and performed measurements of the axial-vector coupling constant using ultracold neutron decays at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (UCNA, 2006-2010). Currently he is the PI of the neutrino physics group at the SJTU, involved in the Daya Bay and JUNO neutrino experiments. He is in charge of the calibration system of both projects, and is serving on the executive boards. Since 2010 Liu started his endeaver on the PandaX experiment, a xenon-based direct dark matter search at the China Jin-Ping Underground Laboratory, and is presently serving as the deputy spokesperson of the project.

Liu received the best Ph.D. dissertation prize from TJNAF in 2006. He was selected into the “1000 Young Talent Program” in China in 2011. He received the SJTU President Award in 2014 for his contribution in Daya Bay and PandaX experiments. He is now advising four Ph.D. students.

 

Selected pubpcations

  1. FIRST DARK MATTER SEARCH RESULTS FROM THE PANDAX-I EXPERIMENT. By PandaX Collaboration (Xiao M J, Xiao X, Zhao L, et al.), Sci China-Phys Mech Astron, 2014, 57(11): 2024-2030 (2014)
  2. OBSERVATION OF ELECTRON-ANTINEUTRINO DISAPPEARANCE AT DAYA BAY. By DAYA-BAY Collaboration (F.P. An et al.). Phys. Rev. Lett. 108 171803 (2012)
  3. DETERMINATION OF THE AXIAL-VECTOR WEAK COUPLING CONSTANT WITH ULTRACOLD NEUTRONS. By UCNA Collaboration (Jianglai Liu et al.), Phys. Rev. Letters 105 (18), 181803 (2010)
  4. GLOBAL ANALYSIS OF NUCLEON STRANGE FORM FACTORS AT LOW Q2. Jianglai Liu, Robert D. McKeown, and Michael J. Ramsey-Musolf. Phys. Rev. C 76, 025202 (2007)
  5. STRANGE QUARK CONTRIBUTIONS TO PARITY-VIOLATING ASYMMETRIES IN THE FORWARD G0 ELECTRON-PROTON SCATTERING EXPERIMENT. By G0 Collaboration (D. S. Armstrong et al.), Phys. Rev. Lett. 95, 092001 (2005).

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