基本信息

翟强 (Zhai, Qiang)

Email: qiangzhai@xjtu.edu.cn

Dr. Zhai has a broad spectrum of research interests, ranging from microscopic lattice model for complex systems to multiphase flows. Before joining Xi’an Jiaotong University as an Assistant Professor, he was a postdoc fellow at the Texas Material Institute, where he demonstrated the evidence for temperature chaos with Prof. Orbach.

PhD (2019), the University of Texas at Austin

Selected publications:

[1] Q Zhai, RL Orbach, D Schlagel, Evidence for temperature chaos in spin glasses, Phys. Rev. B 105 (1), 014434 (2022). 

[2] Q Zhai, I Paga, M Baity-Jesi, E Calore, A Cruz, LA Fernandez et al.(Janus Collaboration), Scaling law describes the spin-glass response in theory, experiments, and simulations, Phys. Rev. Lett. 125 (23), 237202 (2020).

[3] Q Zhai, V Martin-Mayor, DL Schlagel, GG Kenning, RL Orbach, Slowing down of spin glass correlation length growth: Simulations meet experiments. Phys. Rev. B, 100 (9), 094202 (2019).

[4] Q Zhai, DC Harrison, RL Orbach, Effect of magnetic fields on spin glass dynamics, Phys. Rev. B, 96 (5), 054408 (2017).

[5] Q Zhai, DC Harrison, D Tennant, ED Dalhberg, GG Kenning, RL Orbach, Glassy dynamics in CuMn thin-film multilayers, Phys. Rev. B, 95 (5), 054304 (2017).