Alumni

    The Department of Physics, SEU has fostered numerous celebrated and influential alumni such as Chien-Hsiung Wu, Kuo-Ting Lee and Chi-Tzu Yen through its splendid history.

 

Distinguished Alumni

 

Chien-Hsien Wu (1912-1917)

Kwo-Ting Lee (1910-2001)

Chi-Tzu Yen (1900-1996)

Shang-Ta Ni (1898-1988) graduated from Nanjing Higher Normal College at 1919, achieved his Master degree in Harvard University in 1924. Expert in Radiophysics. Professor of the Department of Physics, Southeast University

Yen-Fen Cheng (1893-1977) graduated from Nanjing Higher Normal College, achieved her PhD in Stanford Univeristy in 1934. Educationalist in physics. Professor of Sichuan University.

You-Hsun Wu (1897-1977) graduated from Nanjing Higher Normal College, achieved his PhD in Chicago University. Nuclear scientist. Associate Dean of Chinese Academy of Sciences. Chairman of Division of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Cheng-Yuan Chu (1900-1985) graduated from Nanjing Higher Normal College in 1023, achieved his PhD in California Institute of Technology in 1938. Educationalist in physics. Professor of Suzhou University.

Chung-Yao Chao (1902-1998) graduated from National South-eastern University in 1925, achieved his PhD at California Institute of Technology in 1930.  Nuclear scientist. Fellowship of Division of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Vice Director of Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Yu-Yen Sha (1903-1961) graduated from National South-eastern University in 1925, achieved his PhD in Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg in 1938. Educationalist in physics, professor of Nanjing Institute of Technology, professor of National Central University.

Ju-Wei Shih (1901-1983) graduated from National South-eastern University in 1925, achieved his PhD in Yale University in 1934. Expert in magnetism.  Vice Director of Institute of Applied Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Fellowship of Division of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Member of Standing Committee of Division of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Tseng-Lu Ho (1898-1979) graduated from National Southeastern University in 1927, achieved his Master Degree in California Institute of Technology. Expert in vacuum technology. Professor of Tsinghua University.

Hsueh-Shan Lu (1905-1981) graduated from National Central University in 1928, achieved his PhD in Manchester University in 1936. Expert in X-ray analysis and crystallography scientist. Acting Director of Institute of Applied Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Fellowship of Division of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Ping-Chuan Huo (1903-1988) graduated from National Central University in 1929, studied at Cambridge University from 1930-1935. Educationalist in nuclear physics. Professor of Zhengzhou University. Vice principal of Zhengzhou University.

Jui-Huang Yu (1906-1998) graduated from National Central University in 1929, achieved his PhD in Manchester University in 1937. Expert in X-ray analysis and crystallography scientist. Professor of Department of Physics, Jilin University. Fellowship of Division of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Hsiao-Shuo Pan (1910-1988) graduated from National Central University in 1933, achieved his PhD in Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1943. Magnetism scientist.  Researcher at Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Chairman of Magnetism Unit.

Cheng-Chung Yang (1913-1987) graduated from National Central University in 1937, achieved his PhD in Liverpool University in 1950. Nuclear physicist. Vice Dean of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Lanzhou Branch.  Fellowship of Division of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Ching-Chuan Kou (1917-) graduated from National Central University in 1942. Atomic and molecular physicist.  Professor of Sichuan University.

Ting-Yuan Tang (1920-) graduated from National Central University in 1942, achieved his PhD in Chicago University in 1951. Condensed matter physicist.  Director of Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Tuan Feng (1923-) graduated from National Central University in 1942. Condensed matter physicist. Professor of Nanjing University. Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Yeh-Ning Wang,  graduated from National Central University in 1949. Condensed matter physicist. Professor of Nanjing University. Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Yuan-Pen Tai (1928-) graduated from National Nanjing University in 1952, studied in the Chinese Academy of Sciences from 1958 to 1962. Theoretician in physics. Researcher in the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Tsung Chang,  graduated from National Nanjing University in 1952, studied in the Academy of Sciences of the USSR from 1959 to 1962. Researcher of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Fu-Chien Ching,  graduated from National Nanjing University in 1952. Mechanist. Researcher in China Academy of Engineering Physics.  Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

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