Professor Gang Su
Vice-President, UCAS

Add:No. 19 A Yuquan Road, Beijing 100049, China

Experiences and Research

Prof Gang Su earned his Ph.D. degree in Lanzhou Univeristy, China, in 1991. After conducting two-year postdoc research in UCAS (formerly known as Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, GUCAS), he joined in UCAS as an associate professor and became a full professor since 1997. During 1993-1999, he worked as a CEEC research fellow in State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA, an Alexander von Humboldt research fellow in Köln University, Germany, and a JSPS research fellow in Tokyo University of Science, Japan. From 2001, he was appointed as dean of College of Physical Sciences, assistant president, provost and vice-president of UCAS.

His primary research interests include theoretical condensed matter physics, statistical physics, and materials physics, with particular emphasis on strongly correlated electrons, quantum magnetism, superconductivity, spintronics, mesoscopic physics, exotic statistical physics, computational materials physics, nanoscience, clean energy, etc. He is an author of more than 180 papers published in refereed international journals and books.  Since 1993, his research works have been supported by the NSFC, MOST, and CAS. He got a number of honors such as China National Natural Sciences Award, China MOE Natural Sciences Award, CAIA Award, etc.


More than 240 papers and book chapters published. For details, please go to
Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics & Computational Materials Physics Laboratory [T(CMP)2 Lab]


T(CMP)2 Lab @ UCAS welcomes foreign and domestic applicants to submit applications for postdoctoral positions and for graduate studies including Master degree and Ph.D. degree in the fields of condensed matter theory, and computational physics and chemistry.

Please submit an application with curriculum vitae, publication list, research plan, and have two reference letters arranged, sent to Prof. Gang Su electronically.

Research Interests

Condensed matter theory, statistical physics, computational physics and chemistry, clean energy materials, and so on.
  For details, please go to visit the website of T(CMP)2 Lab @ UCAS.