Ping Yu


Ping Yu    Assistant Professor、PI
InstituteSchool of Physical Science and Technology
Research Areascanning probe microscopy, molecular electronics and ultrafast dynamics of nano-structures

Ping Yu received her B.S. degree From Nankai University in 2004 and Ph.D. degree in physics from Fudan University in 2009. From 2009 to 2015, She worked as a postdoc in the Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics and university of Regensburg in Germany. In February 2016, she joined the School of Physical Science and Technology of ShanghaiTech University as a tenure-track assistant professor、PI.

Research Interests
Our research focuses on the characterization of the bonding configuration and the electronic properties of single molecule, self-assembled molecular nano-structures by using low-temperature combined scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) and atomic force microscopy (AFM) . We have a particular interest in fabrication of well-defined nano-structures, manipulating its electronic properties by electrical field and photons, as well as the ultrafast dynamic process on nano-structures.

Selected Publications

1.  Edge State Engineering of Graphene Nanoribbons
     Xuelei. Su, Zhijie Xue, Gang Li*, Ping Yu*
     Nano Lett. 18, 9, 5744(2018) 

2.  Apparent Reversal of Molecular Orbitals Reveals Entanglement 
P. Yu, N. Koci?, J. Repp, B. Siegert, and A. Donarini
     Physical Review Letters 119, 056801 (2017) 

3.   Tracking the ultrafast motion of a single molecule by femtosecond orbital imaging
      T. L. Cocker, D. Peller, P. Yu, J. Repp, R. Huber
      Nature 539, 263 (2016)

4.   Nanoscale photoelectron mapping and spectroscopy with an atomic force microscope
P. Yu, J. Kirschner
      Phys. Rev. Lett. 111, 067602 (2013)

5.   Nanoscale imaging of photoelectrons using an atomic force microscope
 P. Yu, J. Kirschner
      Appl. Phys. Lett. 102, 063111 (2013)

6.   Spin-orbit coupling in unoccupied quantum well states: experiment and theory for Co/Cu(001)
      C.-T. Chiang, A. Winkelmann, P. Yu, J. Henk and J. Kirschner, 
      Phys. Rev. B. 81, 115130 (2010)

7.   Magnetic dichroism from optically excited quantum well states
      C.-T. Chiang, A. Winkelmann, P. Yu, and J. Kirschner 
      Phys. Rev. Lett. 103, 077601 (2009)

8.   Unconventional spin topology in surface alloys with Rashba-type spin splitting
      H. Mirhosseini, J. Henk, A. Ernst, S. Ostanin, C.-T. Chiang, P. Yu, A. Winkelmann, and J. Kirschner 
      Phys. Rev. B. 79, 245428 (2009)

9.   Correlation between spin reorientation transition and Curie temperature of NixPd1?x alloy on Cu(001)
 P. Yu, L. F. Yin, D. H. Wei, C. S. Tian, G. S. Dong, and X. F. Jin 
      Phys. Rev. B. 79, 212407 (2009)

10.   Curie temperatures of fcc and bcc nickel and permalloy: Supercell and Green’s function methods
P. Yu, X. F. Jin, J. Kudrnovsk?, D. S. Wang, and P. Bruno
      Phys. Rev. B. 77, 054431 (2008)


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