HAN Yu, a professor at Physics Department, Liaoning University, received B.S. And M.S. degrees in Physics in 1990 and 1997 respectively, both from Liaoning University. She completed her Ph.D in Material Physics and Chemicals in 2010 at Northeast University, China.
The research interests include the Condensed Matter Theory, focuses on electronic properties and its transport properties in low dimensional semiconductors. The main research achievements are as follows,
1. Spin-Dependent Electron Properties of a Triple-Terminal Quantum Dot Structure. COMMUNICATIONS IN THEORETICAL PHYSICS, 52 (6): 1117-1124(2009)
2. Decoupled state and anti-resonance in the Aharonov-Bohm interferometer with embodied quantum-dot ring. Acta. Phys. Sin. Vol.60, No.10(2011)
3. Fano anti-resonance in electron transport through a parallel-coupled quantum-dot structure. JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS 112, 123701 (2012)
4. Unidirectional heat current through a one-dimensional quantum spin heterostructure. Appl Phys A, August 2013, Volume 112, Issue 2, pp 255-262(2013)
5. Fano effects in electron transport through an armchair graphene nanoribbonwith one line defect. JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS 113, 233701 (2013)
6. Influence of Rashba Spin-orbit Coupling on Fano-Kondo Effect in a Parallel Double-quantum-dot Structure. Journal of the Korean Physical Society, Vol. 64, No. 3, February pp. 429-435(2014)