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Representative Achievements

(1) Dominant Direction of Low Dimensional Anomalous Quantum Transport Properties 

 Understanding the physical mechanism of quantum dissipation and nonequilibrium effects is one of the interesting issues and challenges. We found the Beliaev damping mechanism caused by spin-orbit-coupling (Phys. Rev. Lett. 121. 180401 (2018)),constructed the dynamic fractal structure of ultracold quantum gas (Phys. Rev. Lett. 122. 230402 (2019)), and showed the universality of non-equilibrium quenching evolution of ultracold quantum gas at unitary limit (Phys. Rev. Lett. 124. 040403 (2020)). In past five years, more than 40 papers have been published, including Phys. Rev. Lett. (3 papers) and Phys. Rev. B, etc.. And one second prize and one third prize of provincial natural science were awarded, respectively.  

(2) Featured Direction of Nonlinear Physics
 Nonlinear excitation and self-assembly in soft condensates are an important direction in theoretical physics. The achievements with the theoretical research in nonlinear excitation and optical soliton are rich, for example reviewing the space-time engineering problems of matter wave solitons. And we undertook one project in the early stage of 973. More than 30 papers have been published in Phys. Rev. A / E and OL, etc. 2 physical reviews have been invited to publish in Phys. Rep..
(3) Featured Direction of Functional Materials  
 The comprehensive utilization of renewable energy in nature is an important issue to solve the current energy shortage and environmental pollution. The achievement of hydrogen production by decomposing water and pollutant removal through using heat and cold transformation and mechanics has received special reports from chemistry world of the Royal Chemical Society of the United Kingdom (Nat. Commun. 9, 2889 (2018)). Representative achievements were published in Nature sub-journal and Adv. Func. Mater. etc.. 18 papers were selected as highly cited papers.