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Basics

Name Chenglong You
Label Research Assistant Professor
Email cyou2@lsu.edu
Phone 225-578-4147
Url https://www.chenglongyou.com
Summary to be updated

Work

  • 1933.01 - 1955.01
    Professor of Theoretical Physics
    Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton University
    Teaching at Palmer Physical Laboratory (now 302 Frist Campus Center). While not a professor at Princeton, I associated with the physics professors and continued to give lectures on campus.
    • Relativity

Volunteer

  • 2014.04 - 2015.07
    Lead Organizer
    People's Climate March
    Lead organizer for the New York City branch of the People's Climate March, the largest climate march in history.
    • Awarded 'Climate Hero' award by Greenpeace for my efforts organizing the march.
    • Men of the year 2014 by Time magazine

Education

  • 1905.01 - 1905.01

    Zurich, Switzerland

    PhD
    University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
    Software Development
    • Theory of Relativity

Awards

  • 1921.11.01
    Nobel Prize in Physics
    Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
    The Nobel Prizes are five separate prizes that, according to Alfred Nobel's will of 1895, are awarded to 'those who, during the preceding year, have conferred the greatest benefit to humankind.'

Certificates

Quantum Teleportation
Stanford University 2018-01-01
Quantum Communication
Stanford University 2018-01-01
Quantum Cryptography
Stanford University 2018-01-01
Quantum Information
Stanford University 2018-01-01
Quantum Computing
Stanford University 2018-01-01
Machine Learning
Stanford University 2018-01-01

Publications

  • 1916.03.20
    Die Grundlage der allgemeinen Relativitätstheorie
    Annalen der Physik
    The publication of the theory of general relativity made him internationally famous. He was professor of physics at the universities of Zurich (1909–1911) and Prague (1911–1912), before he returned to ETH Zurich (1912–1914).
  • 1905.06.30
    Zur Elektrody/namik bewegter Körper
    Annalen der Physik
    It concerned an interpretation of the Michelson–Morley experiment and the properties of light and time. Special relativity incorporates the principle that the speed of light is the same for all inertial observers regardless of the state of motion of the source.
  • 1905.03.18
    Über einen die Erzeugung und Verwandlung des Lichtes betreffenden heuristischen Gesichtspunkt
    Annalen der Physik
    In the second paper, he applied the quantum theory to light to explain the photoelectric effect. In particular, he used the idea of light quanta (photons) to explain experimental results, but stressed the importance of the experimental results. The importance of his work on the photoelectric effect earned him the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1921.

Skills

Physics
Quantum Mechanics
Quantum Computing
Quantum Information
Quantum Cryptography
Quantum Communication
Quantum Teleportation

Languages

German
Native speaker
English
Fluent

Interests

Physics
Quantum Mechanics
Quantum Computing
Quantum Information
Quantum Cryptography
Quantum Communication
Quantum Teleportation

References

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Projects

  • 2018.01 - 2018.01
    Quantum Computing
    Quantum computing is the use of quantum-mechanical phenomena such as superposition and entanglement to perform computation. Computers that perform quantum computations are known as quantum computers.
    • Quantum Teleportation
    • Quantum Cryptography