Jian-Pin Wu

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


Research Interest:

AdS/CFT duality; Quantum gravity; Black hole physics; Cosmology

1) 2009-2012: Beijing Normal University, Ph.D.

2) 2006-2009: Nanchang University, M.Sc.

3) 1997-2001: South China Normal University, B.Sc.

Top-10 Selected Publications:

[1] Xiao-Mei Kuang, Eleftherios Papantonopoulos, Jian-Pin Wu, Zhenhua Zhou, “Lifshitz Black Branes and DC Transport Coefficients in Massive Einstein-Maxwell-Dilaton Gravity”, Phys. Rev. D97 (2018) 066006, arXiv:1709.02976.

[2] Yi Ling, Peng Liu, Jian-Pin Wu, “Note on the Butterfly Effect in Holographic Superconductor Models”, Phys. Lett. B 768 (2017) 288, arXiv:1610.07146.

[3] Yi Ling, Peng Liu, Chao Niu , Jia-Pin Wu, Zhuo-Yu Xian, “Holographic Fermionic System with Dipole Coupling on Q-Lattice”, JHEP 1412 (2014) 149, arXiv:1410.7323.

[4] Da-Zhu Ma, Jian-Pin Wu, Jifang Zhang, “Chaos from the Ring String in a Gauss-Bonnet Black Hole in AdS5 Space”, Phys. Rev. D89 (2014) 086011, arXiv:1405.3563.  

[5] Yi Ling, Chao Niu, Jian-Pin Wu, Zhuoyu Xian, Hong-bao Zhang, “Metal-Insulator Transition by Holographic Charge Density Waves”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 113 (2014) 091602, arXiv:1404.0777 [hep-th].  

[6] Jian-Pin Wu, “Holographic Fermions on a Charged Lifshitz Background from Einstein-Dilaton-Maxwell Model”, JHEP 1303 (2013) 083.

[7] Jian-Pin Wu, Yongge Ma, “Anomaly Freedom of the Vector Modes with Holonomy Corrections in Perturbative Euclidean Loop Quantum Gravity”, Phys. Rev. D86 (2012) 124044,  arXiv:1209.2766.

[8] Jian-Pin Wu, “Some Properties of the Holographic Fermions in an Extremal Charged Dilatonic Black Hole”, Phys. Rev. D84 (2011) 064008, arXiv:1108.6134.

[9] Jian-Pin Wu, Yi Ling, “The Cosmological Perturbation Theory in Loop Cosmology with Holonomy Corrections”, JCAP 1005 (2010) 026, arXiv:1001.1227.   

[10] Jian-Pin Wu, Da-Zhu Ma, Yi Ling, “Quintessence Reconstruction of the New Agegraphic Dark Energy Model”, Phys. Lett. B663 (2008) 152, arXiv:0805.0546. 

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. 

Contact Us

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

P.R. China 225002.