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Professor Cheung, Kingman

Cheung, Kingman
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  1. 1988-1992 Ph.D in Physics, University of Wisconsin-Madison, U.S.A.
  Professional Experience
Current position:
  1. 2017/02 to present - Tsing Hua Chair Professor, National Tsing Hua University
  2. 2004/08- Professor of Physics, National Tsing Hua University
  1. 2015/06 to 2020 - Distinguished Center Scientist, National Center for Theoretical Sciences.
  2. 2014/08 - 2017/01, Distinguished Professor, National Tsing Hua University.
  3. 2003-2004, Associate professor at National Tsing Hua University
  4. 2001-2003,Staff scientist at National Center for Theoretical Science, NTHU, Taiwan (equiv. to an Associate Professor)
  5. 2001-2002, Ajoint Associate Professor at the Institute of Physics at the National Chiao-Tung University
  6. 2000-2001, Staff scientist at National Center for Theoretical Science, NTHU, Taiwan (equiv. to an Assistant Professor)
  7. 1997-2000, Postgraduate Researcher in Department of Physics, University of California at Davis.
  8. 1994-1997, Postdoctoral Fellow in Center for Particle Physics, University of Texas at Austin.
  9. 1992-1994, Research Associate in Dept. of Physics & Astronomy, Northwestern University.
  10. 1992-1992, Postdoctoral research associate in Phenomenology Institute,University of Wisconsin-Madison.
  Honors and Awards
  1. 2020: 24th MOE National Chair Professorship
  2. 2019 APS Physical Review Outstanding Referee
  3. 2018: OCPA Achievement in Asia Award
  4. 2016: The 60th Ministry of Education Academic Award
  5. 2015 MoST Outstanding Research Award
  6. 2014 Outstanding Research Scholar Award
  7. 2013 Fellow of American Physical Society
  8. 2011 Thomson-Reuter Research Front Award
  9. 2010 Fellow of the Chinese Physical Society
  10. 2008 National Science Council Outstanding Research Award
  11. 2004 Academia Sinica Academic Award for Junior Research Investigators
  12. 2004 National Science Council Wu Ta-You Memorial Prize
  13. The 39th (2004) Sun-Yat-Sin Cultural Foundation Academic Publication Award
  14. The 7th (2004) Young Researcher Award, National Tsing Hua University
  Research Fields
    1. Elementary Particle Physics(Th.)
  Research Interests and achievement
Updated on September 3, 2006 
Many new models predict new particles or new dynamics at TeV scale so as to halt the gauge hierarchy. There is a hope that the upcoming LHC experiment is the place for the next big Discovery. Together with other planned cosmology experiments, testing new ideas will be the major activities in the next ten years. My research has been linking up theories and experiments, predicting signatures at experiments and interpreting anomaly at experiments. In the past few years, I have accomplished a number of works, mainly on extra dimension models and supersymmetry, which will be some of the most important topics at the LHC; in particular, black-hole production at the LHC in the scenario of extra large dimensions. The LHC would be a black-hole factory that can produce a large number of black holes, which evaporate right away to give a spectacular signature. In the next decade, we will explore the exciting era of new physics.
  Selected Publications
  1. [2006] K. Cheung, C.W. Chiang, N. Deshpande, J. Jing, Constraints on flavor-changing Z’ models by B(s) mixing, Z’ production, and B(s) -> mu+ mu-, e-Print Archive: hep-ph/0604223.
  2. [2005] K. Cheung, S.K. Kang, C.S. Kim, J. Lee, Lepton flavor violation as a probe of quark-lepton unification, Phys. Rev. D72, 036003 (2005).
  3. [2005] K. Cheung and W.Y. Keung, Split supersymmetry , stable gluino, and gluinonium, Phys. Rev. D71, 015015 (2005).
  4. [2004] K. Cheung, Pentaquark Theta+, constituent quark structures, and prediction of charmed Theta0(c) and Bottomed Theta+(b), Phys. Rev. D69, 094029 (2004).
  5. [2002] K. Cheung and W.Y. Keung, Scenario of light gluino and light sbottom and LEP predictions, Phys. Rev. Lett 89, 221801 (2002).
  6. [2002] K. Cheung, Black hole, string ball, and p-brane production at hadronic supercolliders, Phys. Rev. D66, 036007 (2002).
  7. [2002] K. Cheung, Black-hole production and large extra dimensions, Phys. Rev. Lett. 88, 221602 (2002).
  8. [2001] K. Cheung Phenomenology of radion in Randall-Sundrum scenario, Phys. Rev. D63, 056007 (2001).

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C. Books:

  1. Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Particles, Strings and Cosmology edited by K. Cheung, J. Gunion, and S. Mrenna, published by World Scientific 2000.


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