郝雷

发布者:吉鑫发布时间:2017-10-20浏览次数:421

郝雷 男,博士,副研究员。

Email:leihao@seu.edu.cn

Tel:025-52090606-8109

  

20046毕业于浙江大学竺可桢学院理科班,获理学学士学位。20096月毕业于南京大学物理系理论物理专业,获理学博士学位。20116月至今在东南大学物理系工作。

  

目前研究方向:

1.拓扑绝缘体,拓扑半金属,拓扑超导体

2.石墨烯材料的量子调控

  

近年来发表的主要学术论文:

[1] Lei Hao, Rui Wang, Pavan Hosur, and C. S. Ting, Larkin-Ovchinnikov state of superconducting Weyl metals: Fundamental differences between restricted and extended pairings in k-space, Physical Review B 96, 094530 (2017).

[2] Lei Hao and C. S. Ting, Searching for two-dimensional Weyl superconductors in heterostructures, Physical Review B 95, 064513 (2017).

[3] Lei Hao and C. S. Ting, Topological phase transitions and a two-dimensional Weyl superconductor in a half-metal/superconductor heterostructure, Physical Review B 94, 134513 (2016).

[4] Lei Hao and Jun Wang,Superconductivity in the surface states of a Bi2X3 topological insulator: effects of a realistic modelJ. Phys.: Condens. Matter 27, 255701 (2015).

[5] Lei Hao and Ting-Kuo Lee,Effective low-energy theory for superconducting topological insulatorsJ. Phys.: Condens. Matter 27, 105701 (2015).

[6] Lei HaoGui-Ling Wang, Ting-Kuo Lee, Jun Wang, Wei-Feng Tsai, and Yong-Hong Yang,Anisotropic spin-singlet pairings inCuxBi2Se3andBi2Te3Physical Review B 89, 214505 (2014).

[7] Lei HaoPeter Thalmeier and T. K. Lee, Topological insulator ribbon: Surface states and dynamical response, Physical Review B 84, 235303 (2011).

[8] Lei Haoand T. K. Lee, Surface spectral function in the superconducting state of a topological insulator, Physical Review B 83, 134516 (2011).

[9] Chang-Ran Wang, Wen-Sen Lu, Lei Hao, Wei-Li Lee, Ting-Kuo Lee, Feng Lin, I-Chun Cheng, and Jian-Zhang Chen, Enhanced Thermoelectric Power in Dual-Gated Bilayer Graphene, Phys. Rev. Lett. 107, 186602 (2011).

[10] Lei Haoand T. K. Lee, Thermopower of multilayer graphene, Physical Review B 82,245415 (2010).

[11] Lei Haoand T. K. Lee, Thermopower of gapped bilayer graphene, Physical Review B 81, 165445 (2010).

[12] Lei Haoand L. Sheng, Optical conductivity of multilayer graphene, Solid State Commun. 149,1962-1966 (2009).