Yu Li

Position: Graduate Student
Tel: 865-456-9265
Email: wshly2@gmail.com

Webpage (Coming Soon!): moreisdifferent.net

Google Scholar:https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=c89wF2EAAAAJ

Sept. 2005- July. 2009, B.S. in Applied Physics, Shandong University, Jinan, China.
Sept.2009 - July, 2012, M.S. in Physics, Renmin University of China, Beijing, China.
Sept. 2012 - 2013, PhD student at Department of physics at Univerisity of Tennessee
Jan. 2014 - present, PhD student at Department of physics and astronomy at Rice University

Strongly correlated systems are promising and exciting frontier of modern condensed matter physics in which various fascinating phenomenon were observed and advanced theoretical concepts were tested here. New ideas are arising here, going far beyond the boundary of science and changing the mind of contemporary people.

My current research is to employ neutron scattering probe to study various emergent novel magnetic phenomenon in correlated magnetic systems including newly discovered iron based superconductors.