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Faculty

Hongxia Huang Associate Professor

Bio: 

Education Background

  • Ph. D, theoretical physics, Nanjing Normal University, China (Sep, 2003 – Jun, 2008)
  • B. S., physics teacher education, Nanjing Normal University, China (Sep, 1999 – Jun, 2003)

Work experience

  • Lecturer, Nanjing Normal University, China (Jun, 2008 – Apr, 2013)
  • Associate professor, Nanjing Normal University, China (May, 2013 – present)
  • Visiting Scholar, Duke University, USA  (May, 2016 – present)

Research Interests

  • I am working on the quark models and the hadron-hadron interactions. I have investigated the dibaryons, pentaquarks, excited baryons, and so on in hadron-hadron scattering process. In addition, I am also interested in the research of the effect of the hidden-color channel-coupling and the structure of multi-quark states.

Research Projects

  1. Study of the baryon-meson scattering resonances and exotic baryons in quark models, The Youth Program of National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2013/01-2015/12, Leader.
  2. Study of the effect of hidden color channels on the nucleon-nucleon interaction, The Theoretical Physics Program of National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2010/01-2010/12,Leader.
  3. Quark model study of the exotic hadron states, The Natural Science Foundation of the Jiangsu Higher Education Institutions of China, 2011/09-2013/12, Leader.
  4. Study of hadrons and unquenched quark models, The National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2012/01-2015/12,Participant.
  5. Study of the QCD models of multiquark systems, The National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2008/01-2010/12,Participant.
  6. Study of hadrons and the properties of strong interactions, The Key Program of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2016/01-2020/12,Participant.

Journal Articles

  1. Hongxia Huang, Jialun Ping and Fan Wang, Further study of the   dibaryon within constituent quark models, Phys. Rev. C 2015, 92(3) 065202:1-6.
  2. Hongxia Huang, Jialun Ping(*), Chengrong Deng, and Fan Wang, Theoretical study of a d* resonance in the coupled 3D3-3G3 partial waves of nucleon-nucleon scattering, Phys. Rev. C 2014, 90(6)064003:1-5.
  3. Hongxia Huang, Jialun Ping(*) and Fan Wang, Possible H-like dibaryon states with heavy quarks, Phys. Rev. C 2014, 89(3)035201:1-5.
  4. Hongxia Huang, Jialun Ping(*) and Fan Wang, Dynamical calculation of the ΔΔ dibaryon candidates, Phys. Rev. C 2014, 89(3)034001:1-6.
  5. Hongxia Huang, Jialun Ping(*) and Fan Wang, NΣc and  NΣb resonances in the quark-delocalization color-screening model, Phys. Rev. C 2013, 87(3)034002:1-7.
  6. Hongxia Huang, Jialun Ping(*) and Fan Wang, Study of   and  systems in constituent quark models, Mod. Phys. Lett. A 2012, 27(10)1250039:1-11.
  7. Hongxia Huang, Pu Xu, Jialun Ping(*) and F. Wang, Effect of hidden color channels on the nucleon-nucleon interaction, Phys. Rev. C 2011, 84(6) 064001:1-11.
  8. Hongxia Huang, Hourong Pang and Jialun Ping(*), Study of N anti-N interaction with channel-coupling in constituent quark models, Mod. Phys. Lett. A 2011, 26(16)1231-1241.
  9. Xinmei Zhu, Hongxia Huang, Jialun Ping(*), and Fan Wang, Configuration mixing and effective baryon-baryon  interactions, Phys. Rev. C 2015, 92(3)035210:1-5.
  10. Chengrong Deng, Jialun Ping(*), Hongxia Huang and Fan Wang, Systematic study of Zc(+) family from a multiquark color flux-tube model, Phys. Rev. D 2015, 92(3)034027:1-7.
  11. Chengrong Deng, Jialun Ping(*), Hongxia Huang and Fan Wang, Interpreting Zc(3900) and Zc(4025)/Zc(4020) as charged tetraquark states, Phys. Rev. D 2014, 90(5)054009:1-9.
  12. Jialun Ping, Chengrong Deng, Hongxia Huang, F.F. Dong and F. Wang, Quark models for mesons, EPJ Web of Conferences, 2012, 20,01007:1-12.
  13. Mei Chen, Hongxia Huang, Jialun Ping(*) and F. Wang, Quark model study of strange dibaryon resonances, Phys. Rev. C 2011, 83(1) 015202:1-10.
  14. Pu. Xu, Hongxia Huang, Jialun Ping(*) and F. Wang, Nucleon-Nucleon interaction in constituent quark models, Chin. Phys. Lett. 2011, 28(3)031301:1-4.

Contact

  • Business Address: No. 1, Wenyuan Road, Qixia District, Nanjing, Jiangsu, China, 210046
  • Mobile Phone: +8613914714350
  • E-mail: hxhuang@njnu.edu.cn