Wan-Zhe Feng Associate professor of Physics
Office: Room 148, Building 32
Research Areas: String theory and string phenomenology, Beyond Standard Model physics.
Courses in Charge: Electrodynamics in English, Gauge field theory in English, every fall semester
Address: Yaguan Road 135, Jinnan District, 300350 Tianjin, P. R. China
Professor Feng obtained B.S. degree in physics from Peking University, and received Ph.D. degree in theoretical physics from Northeastern University, USA. He then worked as a postdoc researcher at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Max Planck Institut für Physik in Munich, Arnold Sommerfeld Center for theoretical physics at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, and held a visiting scientist position at Northeastern University. Professor Feng joined department of physics at Tianjin University in 2018.
Fields of Interest
1. Amin Aboubrahim, WZF, Pran Nath, Zhu-Yao Wang, "Self-interacting hidden sector dark matter, small scale galaxy structure anomalies, and a dark force" Phys. Rev. D 103 (2021) 7, 075014, arXiv: 2008.00529 [hep-ph].
2. Amin Aboubrahim, WZF, Pran Nath, "Expanding the parameter space of natural supersymmetry," JHEP 04 (2020) 144 arXiv: 2003.02267 [hep-ph].
3. Alejandro Celis, WZF, Dieter Lüst, “Stringy Explanation of b\tosll Anomaly”, JHEP 1602 (2016) 007, arXiv:1512.02218 [hep-ph].
4. WZF, Gary Shiu, Pablo Soler, Fang Ye, “Probing Hidden Sectors with Stückelberg U(1) Gauge Fields,” Phys. Rev. Lett. 113 (2014) 061802, arXiv:1401.5880 [hep-ph].
5. WZF, Pran Nath, “Cogenesis in a universe with vanishing B-L within a gauged U(1) extension,” Phys. Lett. B731 (2014) 43-50, arXiv:1312.1334 [hep-ph].
6. WZF, Dieter Lüst, Oliver Schlotterer, “Massive Supermultiplets in Four-Dimensional Superstring Theory,” Nucl. Phys. B 861 (2012) 175–235, arXiv:1202.4466 [hep-th].
I’m looking for talented students interested in theoretical high energy physics. Currently there are 1-2 positions for master students per year. The requirements are listed as follows: Bachelor’s degree in physics or related disciplines, GPA above 3.5/4.0.