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De-Chang Dai

De-Chang Dai

Office:  Room 325,Physics Building, Siwangting Road  No.180, Yangzhou, Jiangsu Province,China

E-mail:  diedachung@gmail.com

Research Interest:

(1) Cosmology

(2) Gravity

(3) Field theory

Education:

 (1) 2004-2008: DepartmentofPhysics,CaseWestern ReserveUniversity

Ph.D.inPhysics

(2) 1999-2001: DepartmentofPhysics,National TsingHua University

M.Sc.inPhysics

(3) 1994-1998: DepartmentofPhysics,Nation TaiwanNormalUniversity

B.Sc.


Top-10 Selected Publications:

1.      ”Can ΛCDM model reproduceMOND-like behavior?” De-Chang Dai, Chunyu Lu PRD 96, 124016 arXiv:1712.01654

2.       ”Inconsistencies in Verlinde’s emergentgravity” De-Chang Dai, Dejan Stojkovic JHEP 1711 (2017) 007DOI:10.1007/JHEP11(2017)007 arXiv:1710.00946

3.      ”A Vector type ofUnruh-DeWitt-like detector” De-Chang Dai published in Europhysics letters, 116(2016) 50006 doi: 10.1209/0295-5075/116/50006 arxiv:1701.08635

4.       ”Hydrogen atom wave function and eigen energyin the Rindler space” De-Chang Dai, Published in Physics Letters A, 380, 3601(2016) DOI information: 10.1016/j.physleta.2016.08.056http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.physleta.2016.08.056 arXiv:1609.02878

5.       ”Maximal temperature in a simplethermodynamical system” De-Chang Dai, Dejan Stojkovic Published in JCAP 1606(2016) no.06, 040 arXiv:1601.07563

6.       ”Collapsing objects with the samegravitational trajectory can radiate away different amount of energy” De-ChangDai, Dejan Stojkovic, Published in Physics Letters B 758, pp. 412-415(2016) arXiv:1605.06026[gr-qc].

7.       ”Pre-Hawkingradiationmayallowforreconstructionofthemassdistributionofthecollapsingobject” De-Chang Dai, Dejan Stojkovic, Published in Physics Letters B 758, pp.429-433(2016) arXiv:1601.07921 [gr-qc].

8.       ”Void alignment and density pro?le applied tomeasuring cosmological parameters” De-Chang Dai Published in Monthly Notices ofthe Royal Astronomical Society 2015 454 (4): 3590-3596 doi:10.1093/mnras/stv2208 eprint:arXiv:1509.07498

9.      ”Using quasars as standardclocks for measuring cosmological redshift” De-Chang Dai(UCT), Glenn D.Starkman, (Case Western Reserve U., CERCA & Case Western Reserve U.) ,Branislav Stojkovic(SUNY at Buffalo), Dejan Stojkovic(SUNY at Buffalo) andAmanda Weltman(UCT), Published in Phys. Rev. Lett., 108, 231302 (2012) e-print:arXiv:1204.5191 [astro-ph.CO]

10.  ”Measuring the cosmologicalbulk ?ow using the peculiar velocities of supernovae.” De-Chang Dai(SUNY atBuffalo), William H. Kinney(SUNY at Buffalo), Dejan Stojkovic(SUNY at Buffalo)Published in JCAP, 1004, 015 (2011) e-Print: arXiv:1102.0800 [astro-ph.CO]


About Us

The Center for Gravitation and Cosmology (CGC) is a research center founded in 2017 at Yangzhou University, in the Jiangsu Province of China. It is an initiative of the BRICS-Association of Gravity and Cosmology, with support from the BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa). The center is currently hosted on the 3rd floor of the College of Physical Sciences and Technology building, on the scenic Slender West Lake campus. 

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Address: No. 180, Siwangting Road, Yangzhou City, Jiangsu Province, 

P.R. China 225002.

E-mail: GRcenter@yzu.edu.cn

Web: http://www.cgc-yzu.cn/