Yuanbo Zhang

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Yuanbo Zhang is a condensed matter physicist. He studied physics at Peking University and earned his bachelor's degree in 2000, and a doctorate at Columbia University in 2006 under the supervision of Philip Kim, they work on graphene almost at the same time with Geim and Novoselov.[1][2] Zhang worked at the University of California, Berkeley as a Miller Research Fellow until 2009,[3] when he joined the faculty at Fudan University. He joined the faculty at Fudan University in 2009.[4] He won the IUPAP(International Union of Pure and Applied Physics) Young Scientist Prize (C8), in 2010.[5]

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