Dr Zhou, Yan 周艷
Dr Zhou, Yan 周艷
Dr. Zhou Yan got his PhD degree with distinction in School of Information and Communication Technology of Royal Institute of Technology (KTH, Sweden) in 2009. Since September of 2011, he has been research assistant professor of The University of Hong Kong.
He mainly worked in the research areas of micromagnetics simulations of emerging magnetic phenomena and multiferroic materials and devices.
|Awardees||Award Date||Honours / Awards / Prizes||Category|
|2010-10-01||The Best Lecturer Award: One Local Tertiary Institution||Teaching Accomplishment|
|2008-08-01||Grant For Visiting Ibm Watson Research Center: Stiftelsen Signeuls Fond Foundation, Sweden||Research Achievement|
|2009-07-01||International Colloquium On Magnetic Films And Surface Travel Support: The Conference Committee Of International Colloquium On Magnetic Films And Surface||Research Achievement|
|2009-06-01||University Postdoctoral Fellowship: The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 香港理工大学||Research Achievement|
|2007-01-01||Mmm-intermag Student Travel Support: Conference Committee Of 2007 Mmm-intermag Joint Conference||Research Achievement|
|2007-01-01||Student Travel Award: Royal Institute Of Technology||Research Achievement|
|2009-05-01||Chinese Government Award For Outstanding Self-financed Students Abroad: Chinese Government, 国家优秀自费留学生奖学金||Research Achievement|
|2007-10-01||The 6th Ieee International Symposium On Metallic Multilayers Student Travel Support: Conference Committee Of The 6th Ieee International Symposium On Metallic Multilayers||Research Achievement|
|2009-05-01||Intermag Conference Travel Support: Intermag Conference Committee||Research Achievement|
|2009-07-01||Japan Society For Promotion Of Science Postdoctoral Fellowship Program For Foreign Researchers (declined): National Institute Of Advanced Industrial Science And Technology, Japan||Research Achievement|
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