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Dr. Wenlong Wang, Computational Condensed, Best Researcher Award.

Wenlong Wang at Sichuan University, China

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πŸ‘¨β€πŸŽ“ Bio Summary:

Dr. Wenlong Wang is a dedicated physicist with expertise in theoretical and computational physics. He obtained his Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2015, where he conducted research on disordered systems and spin glasses under the supervision of Professor Jon Machta. Following his doctoral studies, he pursued postdoctoral research at Texas A&M University and the Royal Institute of Technology, focusing on topics such as nonlinear dynamics, Bose-Einstein condensates, and soft matter systems.

Dr. Wang has a strong background in numerical simulations and computational techniques, including parallel computing using OpenMP and MPI. His research interests encompass a wide range of areas, including disordered systems, spin glasses, nonlinear dynamics, and optimization methods. He has made significant contributions to understanding the behavior of complex physical systems through computational modeling and analysis.

πŸŽ“ Education:

Ph.D. in Physics

  • University: University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Duration: 2010-2015

M.S. in Applied Mathematics

  • University: University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Duration: 2013-2015

B.S. in Applied Chemistry

  • University: University of Science and Technology Beijing
  • Duration: 2005-2009

πŸ” Research Interests:

Disordered Systems: Investigating the properties of disordered systems, such as spin glasses, and exploring their behavior under different conditions.

Spin Glasses: Studying the behavior of spin glasses, including short-range spin glasses, and developing computational algorithms to analyze their properties.

Nonlinear Dynamics: Exploring the dynamics of nonlinear systems, including the bifurcation, stability, and dynamical properties of solitons.

Bose-Einstein Condensates (BECs): Conducting theoretical and numerical studies on the properties of BECs, including the formation and behavior of solitons and other collective excitations.

Soft Matter: Investigating the equilibrium and dynamical properties of soft matter systems, such as monodisperse particles, and exploring their behavior under different conditions.

Pattern Formations: Studying pattern formations in physical systems and understanding the underlying mechanisms driving their emergence.

Phase Transitions and Critical Phenomena: Exploring phase transitions and critical phenomena in various physical systems and analyzing their properties using computational methods.

Optimization Methods: Developing and applying optimization methods to solve complex problems in physics, including those related to disordered systems and nonlinear dynamics.

Physics Education: Contributing to the field of physics education by developing innovative teaching methods and materials, as well as mentoring students in research projects.

Professional Experience: πŸ’Ό

Dr. Wenlong Wang has extensive professional experience in the field of theoretical and computational physics. His research primarily focuses on disordered systems, spin glasses, nonlinear dynamics, Bose-Einstein condensates (BECs), and soft matter. During his Ph.D. studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, he investigated properties of short-range spin glasses and developed the population annealing Monte Carlo algorithm under the guidance of Professor Jon Machta. As a postdoctoral researcher at Texas A&M University, he continued his work on spin glasses and explored their applications in quantum annealing with Professor Helmut G. Katzgraber. Dr. Wang also conducted theoretical and numerical studies on the bifurcation, stability, and dynamical properties of solitons in BECs at UMass Amherst and Royal Institute of Technology. Additionally, he investigated equilibrium and dynamical properties of monodisperse particles during his postdoctoral appointment at the Royal Institute of Technology. Dr. Wang has received multiple research grants to support his work, including projects on Monte Carlo simulations of complex systems and computational studies of composite solitary waves in multi-component BECs. He has also been recognized for his teaching contributions, serving as a teaching assistant for various undergraduate and graduate courses.

πŸ“š Top Noted Publications :

Title: Strengths and weaknesses of weak-strong cluster problems: A detailed overview of state-of-the-art classical heuristics versus quantum approaches

  • Authors: S Mandra, Z Zhu, W Wang, A Perdomo-Ortiz, HG Katzgraber
  • Journal: Physical Review A
  • Volume: 94
  • Issue: 2
  • Pages: 022337
  • Year: 2016
  • Citations: 123

Title: Comparing Monte Carlo methods for finding ground states of Ising spin glasses: population annealing, simulated annealing and parallel tempering

  • Authors: W Wang, J Machta, HG Katzgraber
  • Journal: Physical Review E
  • Volume: 92
  • Issue:
  • Pages: 013303
  • Year: 2014
  • Citations: 87

Title: Population annealing: Theory and application in spin glasses

  • Authors: W Wang, J Machta, HG Katzgraber
  • Journal: Physical Review E
  • Volume: 92
  • Issue: 6
  • Pages: 063307
  • Year: 2015
  • Citations: 83

Title: Evidence against a mean-field description of short-range spin glasses revealed through thermal boundary conditions

  • Authors: W Wang, J Machta, HG Katzgraber
  • Journal: Physical Review B
  • Volume: 90
  • Issue: 18
  • Pages: 184412
  • Year: 2014
  • Citations: 40

Title: Chaos in Spin Glasses Revealed Through Thermal Boundary Conditions

  • Authors: W Wang, J Machta, HG Katzgraber
  • Journal: Physical Review B
  • Volume: 92
  • Issue:
  • Pages: 094410
  • Year: 2015
  • Citations: 37

 

Wenlong Wang | Computational Condensed | Best Researcher Award

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