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Gyu-Boong Jo
, Ph.d (조 규 붕, 曹圭鵬) 
     Hari Harilela Associate Professor of Physics

Room 4434, Department of Physics
     Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST)
     Clear Water Bay, Kowloon Hong Kong
     [office] +852-2358-5954 [email] gbjo[at]

      * You may learn about my research at Research@HKUST [PDF] or Croucher Fellow page [link]

2004 - 10   Massachusetts Institute of Technology , PhD in Physics  
                     (advisor: Wolfgang Ketterle (Nobel Laureate in Physics) & D.E.Pritchard)
2000 - 03   Seoul National University,  BS in Physics and Mathematics 
                     (advisor: Wonho Jhe)

2021          Hari Harilela Associate Professor of Physics, HKUST
2019          Associate Professor  (with tenure), HKUST
2013-19    Assistant professor, HKUST
2010-13    Postdoc. Associate in Dan Stamper-Kurn group, UC Berkeley
2004-10    Graduate student in Center for Ultracold Atoms (CUA), MIT
2003-04    Research Assistant, Seoul. Nat. Univ.

2021         Named Professorship, HKUST
2019         School Research Award, School of Science, HKUST
2016         Croucher Innovation Awards, Croucher Froundation [link]
2014         Early Career Award, Research Grants Council of Hong Kong
2013         AKPA Outstanding Young Researcher Award [link]
2004-09   Samsung Foundation Fellowship  [link]
2000-03   Scholarship for Academic Excellence, Seoul National University
2002         Gold medal in National undergraduate mathematics competition, Korean mathematical society

Editorial Board Member, Scientific Reports (Nature Publishing Group)
Reviewer for Physical Review Letters, Physical Review X, Phys.Rev Research, Phys.Rev. A, Nature communication, New Journal of Physics, Scientific Reports, Optics Letters, JOSAb, Optics Express, Optics communication etc.

Research Interests
Experimental quantum science in ultracold atomic systems including:
Quantum simulation,
Synthetic quantum materials,
Quantum gases in engineered optical lattices,
Atom and quantum optics,
Atom interferometry,
Ultracold Fermi gases and Bose-Einstein Condensation
Gyu-Boong Jo,
Jul 10, 2020, 12:55 AM