Jie Wu      


                Fudan University, Physics,  B.S. 2001       

         Fudan University, Physics,  M.S. 2004                                                        

         University of California at Berkeley, Physics,  PhD. 2010 


          2019-Present            Associate Professor                 Westlake University                              

          2017-2019               Physicist                             Brookhaven National Laboratory  

          2014-2017               Associate Physicist                  Brookhaven National Laboratory

          2012-2014               Assistant Physicist                  Brookhaven National Laboratory  

          2010-2012               Postdoctoral Fellow                 National High Magnetic Field Laboratory

Research Interests

Synthesis of single-crystal metal and complex oxides by molecular beam epitaxy

Couplings and competitions of the lattice, electron and spin, leading to novel states, e.g. (anti)ferromagnetism, ferroelectricity, and superconductivity.

Electron-electron correlation, leading to Mott localization and electronic nematicity.

Reduced dimension from 3D to 2D (thin film) to 1D (nanowire) to 0D (quantum dots), leading to unusual fascinating phenomena, e.g. interface superconductivity.

Teaching Experiences

Teaching “Synthesis and Characterization of Thin Films” course at Westlake University at 2020

Teaching “Frontiers of Condensed Matter Physics Researches” course at Westlake University at 2020

Teaching assistant of General Physics at UC-Berkeley from 2004 to 2006

Teaching assistant of General Physics Experiments at Fudan Univ. from 2002 to 2003