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Assistant Professor Lin, Yen-Hsiang

Assistant Professor
Lin, Yen-Hsiang
Office:+886-3-5742954 (PHYS R520)
Laboratory:Tsing-Hua Lab R225
Lab Tel:+886-3-5715131 Ext.33258 (Tsing-Hua Lab R225)

  1. 2005-2011 Ph.D in Physics, University of Minnesota, U.S.A.
  2. 1999-2003 B.S. in Physics, National Taiwan University, R.O.C.
Professional Experience
Current position:
  1. 2020-present, Assistant Professor, National Tsing Hua University.
  1. 2014-2020, Postdoc Researcher, University of Maryland.
  2. 2011-2014, Postdoc Researcher, University of Michigan.
 Research Interests
  1. Condensed Matter Experiment
  2. Superconducting Qubit
  3. Quantum Information
  4. Quantum Phase Transition, Superconductor-Insulator Transition.
  5. Thermoelectric, Photoelectric Nanomaterials.
Research Works
  1. Fluxonium superconducting qubit and its applications.
  2. Quantum phenomena of disordered superconducting thin films.
Selected Publications
  1. [2019] “The high-coherence fluxonium qubit” BaoLong Nguyen, Yen-Hsiang Lin, Aaron Somoroff, Raymond Mencia, Nick Grabon, Vladimir Manucharyan, Phys. Rev. X 9, 041041(2019).
  2. [2018] “Demonstration of protection of a superconducting qubit from energy decay” Yen-Hsiang Lin, BaoLong Nguyen, Nick Grabon, Jon San Migue, Vladimir Manucharyan, Phys. Rev Lett. 120, 150503(2018).
  3. [2015] “Superconductivity of very thin films: The superconductor–insulator transition” Yen-Hsiang Lin, JJ Nelson, A. M. Goldman, Physica C 514, 130(2015).
  4. [2015] Profiling the local carrier concentration across a semiconductor quantum dots” J. C. Walrath, Yen-Hsiang Lin, S. Huang, R. S. Goldman, Appl. Phys. Lett. 106, 192101 (2015).
  5. [2012] “Suppression of the Berezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless Transition in 2D Superconductors by Macroscopic Quantum Tunneling” Yen-Hsiang Lin, J. Nelson, and A. M. Goldman, Phys. Rev Lett. 109, 017002(2012).
  6. [2011] “Magnetic Field Tuned Quantum Phase Transition in the Insulating Regime of Ultrathin Amorphous Bi Films.” Yen-Hsiang Lin, and A. M. Goldman, Phys. Rev Lett. 106, 127003(2011).


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