professor Jiadong Zang

Rising Research Star

In the early stages of his career, assistant professor of physics and materials science Jiadong Zang is making waves. For his research prowess, Zang was recently selected as the 2020 International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP) Young Scientist Prize in the field of magnetism. Read More

Recent Stories

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