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Faculty

Jialun Ping Professor

Academic Area: 
Theoretical Physics
Research Interests: 
  • Hadron Physics: hadron properties, hadron-hadron interaction and exotic hadron states
  • Nuclear structure
  • Group representation theory and its application in physics
Bio: 

Education and working experience

  • 1992.1----Now     School of Physics and Technology, Nanjing Normal University
  • 1997.6: Professor of Physics
  • 1989.9----1991.12  Postdoc, Department of Astronomy, Nanjing University
  • 1986.9----1989.7   PhD, Nuclear Physics, Nanjing University, China
  • 1983.9----1986.7   MS, Nuclear Physics, Nanjing University, China
  • 1979.9----1983.7   BS, Nuclear Physics, Nanjing University, China

Academic activities

  • Reviewer of European Physical Journal A, C and Chin. Phys. Lett.
  • Conference talks
  1. J.L. Ping, C.R. Deng and F. Wang, Multiquark exotics study, The 7th International Conference on Nuclear Physics at Storage Rings, Lanzhou, China, Sept. 15-18, 2008.
  2. J.L. Ping, C.R. Deng, H.X. Huang and F. Wang, The quark model study of multiquark system, The 12th Workshop on the Physics of Excited Nucleon, Beijing, China, Apr. 19-22, 2009.
  3. Conference talk: Tetraquark states in quark model, The 13th National Conference on Intermediate- and high-energy Nuclear Physics, Hefei, China, Nov. 5-7, 2009.
  4. Fan Wang, Jialun Ping, Multi-quark study, Few-Body problems in physics, (APFB05,Thailand) 2005, 156-160.
  5. T. Goldman, Fan Wang, Jialun Ping and Di Qing, PentaQuark Mass and Structure, Amer. Conf. Proceedings, 814 (2006) 325-329.
  6. Fan Wang, Jialun Ping, Multi-quark study, Few-body Problems in Physics, 2005, 156-160, 2007.
  7. Jialun Ping, C.R. Deng, H.X. Huang, F.F. Dong and F. Wang, Quark models for mesons, EPJ Web of Conferences 20(2012) 01007:1-12.

Selected Publications

  1. Jialun Ping, Q.R. Zheng, B.Q. Chen and J.Q. Chen, Computer generated subgroup symmetry-adapted irreducible representations and Clebsh-Gordan coefficients of space groups by the eigenfunction method, Computer Phys. Commun., 52 (1989) 355-373.
  2. Jialun Pin, J.Q. Chen, C.L. Wu and D.H. Feng, Nuclear Stretching, Phys. Rev., C43 (1991) 2224-2238.
  3. Jialun Ping, A study of the three-photon annihilation process in the super-strong magnetic field, Acta Astrophys. Sinica 14 (1994) 138
  4. F. Wang, Jialun Ping, G.H. Wu, L.J. Teng and T. Goldman, Quark delocalization, color screening and dibaryons, Phys. Rev. C51 (1995) 3411-3420.
  5. J.Q. Chen, F. Iachello and Jialun Ping, Method of symmetrized bosons with applications to vibrations of octahedral molecules, J. Chem. Phys. 104 (1996) 815-825.
  6. Jialun Ping and J.Q.Chen, Partial Dynamic Symmetry in Molecules, Ann. Phys. (NY), 255 (1997) 75-96.
  7. T. Goldman, K. Maltman, G. Stephenson, Jialun Ping and F. Wang, Systematic Theoreti- cal Search for Dibaryons in a relativistic Model, Mod. Phys. Lett. A13 (1998) 59-70.
  8. Jialun Ping, F. Wang and T. Goldman, d’ dibaryon in the Quark-delocalization, Color Screening Model, Phys. Rev., C62(2000) 054007:1-6.
  9. Jialun Ping, H.R. Pang, F. Wang and T. Goldman, D* dibaryon in the extended quark- delocalization, color-screening model, Phys. Rev., C65(2002) 044003:1-5.
  10. Jialun Ping, D. Qing, F. Wang and T. Goldman, Understanding pentaquarks with various quark models, Phys. Lett. B602 (2004) 197-204. 
  11. Daoming Lu, Liping Lu, Jialun Ping, Application of algebraic method to the high overtones of C6H6 and C6D6, Intern. J. Quan. Chem., 101 (2005) 174.
  12. Lingzhi Chen, Hourong Pang, Hongxia Huang, Jialun Ping and Fan Wang, An Alternative approach to the sigma-meson-exchange in nucleon-nucleon interaction, Phys. Rev. C76(2007) 014001:1-4.
  13. Hongxia Huang, Chengrong Deng, Jialun Ping, The various configurations of pentaquark in quark models, J. Phys., G34 (2007) 1917-1926.
  14. Jialun Ping, C.R. Deng, F. Wang and T. Goldman, Quantum Chromodynamics benzene, Phys. Lett. B659(2008) 607-611.
  15. Youchang Yang, Chengrong Deng, Jialun Ping and T. Goldman, S-wave Q Q anti-q anti-q state in the constituent quark model, Phys. Rev. D80(2009) 114023:1-12.
  16. Jialun Ping, H.X. Hunag, H.R. Pang, F. Wang and C.W. Wong, Quark models of dibaryon resonances in nucleon-nucleon scattering, Phys. Rev. C79(2009) 024001:1-12.
  17. Chengrong Deng, Jialun Ping, F. Wang and T. Goldman, Tetraquark state and multibody interaction, Phys. Rev. D82(2010) 074001:1-8.
  18. ei Chen, Hongxia Huang, Jialun Ping and F. Wang, Quark model study of strange dibaryon resonances, Phys. Rev. C83(2011) 015202:1-10.
  19. ongxia Huang, Pu Xu, Jialun Ping and F. Wang, Effect of hidden color channels on the nucleon-nucleon interaction, Phys. Rev. C84(2011) 064001:1-11.
  20. You-Chang Yang, Jialun Ping, Chengrong Deng and Hongshi Zong, Possible interpretation of the   and   in a chiral quark model, J. Phys. G39(2012)105001:1-11. 
  21. Chengrong Deng, Jialun Ping, Hui Wang, Ping Zhou and Fan Wang, QCD quark cyclobuta- diene and light tetraquark spectra, Phys. Rev. D86(2012)114035:1-10.
  22. Deng Chengrong, Jialun Ping, Youchang Yang and Fan Wang, Baryonia and near-threshold enhancements, Phys. Rev. D88(2013)074007:1-10.
  23. Hongxia Huang, Jialun Ping and Fan Wang, Dynamical calculation of the ΔΔ dibaryon candidates, Phys. Rev. C89(2014)034001:1-6.
  24. Chengrong Deng, Jialun Ping, Hongxia Huang and Fan Wang, Interpreting Zc(3900) and Zc(4025)/Zc(4020) as charged tetraquark states, Phys. Rev. D90(2014)054009:1-9.
  25. 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. C90 (2014)064003:1-5.
  26. Hui Wang, Zhaozhao Yan, Jialun Ping, Radially Excited States of ηc, Eur. Phys. J. C75 (2015)339-346.
  27. Chengrong Deng, Jialun Ping, Hongxia Huang, and Fan Wang, Systematic study of Z+c family from a multiquark color flux-tube model, Phys. Rev. D92(2015)034027:1-7.
  28. Xinmei Zhu, Hongxia Huang, Jialun Ping, and Fan Wang, Configuration mixing and effective baryon-baryon interactions, Phys. Rev. C92(2015)035201:1-6.
  29. Hongxia Huang, Jialun Ping, and Fan Wang, Further study of the NΩ dibaryon within constituent quark models, Phys. Rev. C92(2015)065202:1-7.

Contact

  • Tel: 02585891963-8420 (office)
  • Email: jlping@njnu.edu.cn
  • Address:Office 420, Xingjian Bldg, Nanjing Normal University, #1 Wenyuan Rd, Nanjing, China, 210023