Xiao-Mei Kuang

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


Research Interest:

(1) Holographic gravity, AdS/CMT, holographic transports of black holes

(2) Black hole physics, such as (in)stability of (thermo)dynamic of black holes

(3) Gravitational collapse


(1) 2011-2014: Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Ph.D.

(2) 2008-2011: Nanchang University, M.Sc.

(3) 2004-2008: Chongqing Three Gorges 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. D 97 (2018) 066006, arXiv:1709.02976.

2. Xiao-Mei Kuang, Jian-Pin Wu, “Thermal Transport and Quasi-Normal Modes in Gauss-Bonnet-Axions Theory”, Physics Letters B 770 (2017) 117, arXiv:1702.01490.

3. Xiao-Mei Kuang, Olivera Miskovic, “Thermal Phase Transitions of Dimensionally Continued AdS Black Holes”, Phys. Rev. D 95 (2017) 046009, arXiv:1611.10194.

4. Xiao-Mei Kuang, Eleftherios Papantonopoulos, “Building a Holographic Superconductor with a Scalar Field Coupled Kinematically to Einstein Tensor”, JHEP 1608 (2016) 161, arXiv:1607.04928.

5. Ligeia Aránguiz, Xiao-Mei Kuang, Olivera Miskovic, “Topological Black Holes in Pure Gauss-Bonnet Gravity and Phase Transitions”, Phys. Rev. D 93 (2016) 064039, arXiv:1507.02309.

6.  Li-Qing Fang, Xiao-Mei Kuang, Bin Wang, Jian-Pin Wu, “Fermionic Phase Transition Induced by the Effective Impurity in Holography”, JHEP 1511 (2015) 134, arXiv:1507.03121.

7. Xiao-Mei Kuang, Eleftherios Papantonopoulos, Bin Wang, Jian-Pin Wu, “Formation of Fermi Surfaces and the Appearance of Liquid Phases in Holographic Theories with Hyperscaling Violation”, JHEP 1411 (2014) 086, arXiv:1409.2945.

8. Xiao-Mei Kuang, Bin Wang, Xian-Hui Ge, “Observing the Inhomogeneity in the Holographic Models of Superconductors”, Mod. Phys. Lett. A29 (2014) 14, 1450070, arXiv:1307.5932.

9 .Xiao-Mei Kuang, Eleftherios Papantonopoulos, Bin Wang, “Entanglement Entropy as a Probe of the Proximity Effect in Holographic Superconductors”, JHEP 1405 (2014) 130, arXiv:1401.5720.

10. Xiao-Mei Kuang, Yunqi Liu, Bin Wang, “Observing Various Phase Transitions in the Holographic Model of Superfluidity”, Phys. Rev. D 86 (2012) 046008, arXiv:1204.1787.

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.