Jiang – University of Copenhagen

Yun Jiang

Postdoctoral Fellow, Particle Physics

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Yun Jiang is joining the NBIA as a postdoctoral fellow and also a member of Discovery Center. He obtained his Ph.D. degree at U.C. Davis in 2015 with the highest honor Out-standing Academic Achievement Award. He was the 2013 LHC Theory Initiative Graduate Fellow and the winner of the 2014 National Award for Outstanding Chinese Students Studying Abroad. Prior to his Ph.D., he earned his M.Sc. degree at National University of Singapore in 2011 and B.S. degree at Zhejiang University in China.

The focus of his research is New Physics beyond the Standard Model, including Higgs physics and dark matter. He is interested in phenomenology and model building. His past work concentrated on the LHC implications of various Higgs models both within and outside the framework of supersymmetry or extra dimensions. He is now expanding his research area from particle physics to cosmology, particularly on the baryogenesis and inflation of the early universe. So far he has 14 publications (including one PRL paper) with a total of about 500 citations.