Academic Profile

Yang Bo joined the faculty at Nanyang Technological University as a Nanyang assistant professor in 2018. Previously he was a research scientist at Institute of High Performance Computing, A*STAR of Singapore. He received his BS degree in Physics and Mathematics from Stanford University, and PhD in Physics from Princeton University.
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Asst Prof Yang Bo
Nanyang Assistant Professor (NRF), School of Physical & Mathematical Sciences - Division of Physics & Applied Physics
Assistant Professor, School of Physical & Mathematical Sciences - Division of Physics & Applied Physics

Yang Bo's main research interests include fractional quantum Hall effect and strongly correlated topological systems, classical complex systems and traffic theory. For recent publications please visit the group website for more details:

https://sites.google.com/view/yang-bo/publicationspreprints
 
  • Interplay between Geometry and Topology: Effective Theories and Novel Manipulation of Low-dimensional Strongly Correlated Topological Materials

  • Interplay between Geometry and Topology: Effective Theories and Novel Manipulations in Low-dimensional Strongly Correlated Topological Materials
 
  • Bo Yang. (2018). Aspects of Three-body Interactions in Generic Fractional Quantum Hall Systems and Impact of Galilean Invariance Breaking. Physical Review B (Condensed Matter and Materials Physics), 98, 201101(R).

  • Bo Yang*, Zixiang Hu, Ching Hua Lee and Zlatko Papic. (2017). Generalized Pseudopotentials for the Anisotropic Fractional Quantum Hall Effect. Physical Review Letters, 118, 146403.

  • Bo Yang. (2015). Dirac Cone Metric and the Origin of the Spin Connections in Monolayer Graphene. Physical Review B (Condensed Matter and Materials Physics), 91, 241403(R).

  • Bo Yang and F. D. M Haldane. (2014). Nature of Quasielectrons and the Continuum of Neutral Bulk Excitations in the Laughlin Quantum Hall Fluids. Physical Review Letters, 112, 026804.

  • Bo Yang*, Zi-Xiang Hu, Z. Papic and F. D. M Haldane. (2012). Model Wavefunctions for the Collective Modes and the Magnetoroton Theory of the Fractional Quantum Hall Effect. Physical Review Letters, 108, 256807.