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Zheng Sun

Email: 
sz3288@SLAC.Stanford.EDU
Affiliation: 
PULSE Alumni

In 2003, Dr. Zheng Sun receives his Master degree in Solid State Electronics from Shandong University of China and worked on deposition of P type ZnO thin films by R.F. Magnetron Sputtering. In 2007, He received his Ph.D in Condensed Matter Physics from institute of Semiconductor, Chinese Academy of Science. He worked on Building Up-conversion photoluminescence and Kerr-reflectance system to investigate the carriers and electron spin dynamics in semiconductor nanostructures. In 2006, he was a visiting scholar in INSA of France to study the optical property of GaAs and InGaAs signal QD under magnetic field. From 2007 to 2009, he was Postdoc Research Scholar at University of Texas, at Austin. He buildt the phase sensitive, actively stabilized Two Dimensional Fourier Transform Spectroscopy (2DFTs) systems to study exciton coherent coupling in disorder GaAs Quantum wells. He has been working in SLAC since 2009, his research field switched from solid state physics to physical chemistry and Biochemistry. He is working on building and implementing multiple ultrafast spectroscopy systems to study chemistry reaction dynamics in ionic solution and protein.
He has published 30 peer reviewed papers and is currently reviewer of Applied Physics Letters, Journal of Applied Physics, optical Engineer and Journal of Modern Optics.