News about Honglie Ning
11/2022 Honglie's first-authored paper titled “Light-induced Well semiconductor-to-metal transition mediated by Peierls instability” was published on in Phys. Rev. B.
10/2022 Honglie attended the Gordon Research Conference Ultrafast Phenomena in Cooperative Systems and presented a poster titled “Signatures of light-induced switch of spin-orbit-coupled quadrupolar order in Ca2RuO4”.
09/2022 Honglie arrived at MIT and started to work with Prof. Nuh Gedik.
08/2022 Honglie successfully defended his PhD.
04/2022 Honglie's first-coauthored paper titled “Keldysh space of charge dynamics in a strongly driven Mott insulator” was published on Phys. Rev. Lett.
03/2022 Honglie attended the APS March Meeting 2022 virtually and presented a talk titled “Wavelength-dependent coherent phonon spectroscopy of Ca2RuO4”. Abstract can be found here. Honglie's coauthored talks titled "Intra-excitonic spectroscopy of a Mott insulator" and "Keldysh space of charge dynamics in a strongly driven Mott insulator" were also given by his collaborators.
03/2022 Honglie accepted the postdoc offer from Prof. Nuh Gedik at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
01/2022 Honglie won the Sweeney Family Postdoctoral Fellowship from Johns Hopkins University.
06/2021 Honglie was selected to be a Tombrello Scholar as one of the recipients of the 2021 France A Cordova Graduate Student Fund. More information can be found here.
03/2021 Honglie attended the APS March Meeting 2021 virtually and presented a talk titled “Signatures of ultrafast reversal of excitonic order in Ta2NiSe5”. Abstract can be found here.
02/2021 Honglie’s research on Ta2NiSe5 was reported by Caltech News. More information can be found here.
12/2020 Honglie's first-authored paper titled “Signatures of ultrafast reversal of excitonic order in Ta2NiSe5” was published on Phys. Rev. Lett.
11/2020 Honglie's coauthored paper titled “Ultrafast enhancement of ferromagnetic spin exchange induced by ligand-to-metal charge transfer” was published on Phys. Rev. Lett.
03/2020 Honglie was supposed to attend the APS March Meeting 2020 in Denver and presented a talk titled “Dynamics of an order parameter coupled phonon in an excitonic insulator”, but the conference was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Abstract can be found here.
06/2019 Honglie passed the PhD oral candidacy exam and became a PhD candidate.
03/2019 Honglie attended APS March Meeting 2019 in Boston and gave a presentation titled “Time-resolved second harmonic generation polarimetry study of elemental tellurium”. Abstract can be found here.
03/2018 Honglie attended APS March Meeting 2018 in Los Angeles.
07/2017 Honglie passed the PhD written candidacy exam.
03/2017 Honglie attended APS March Meeting 2017 in New Orleans.
09/2016 Honglie arrived at Caltech and started to work with Prof. David Hsieh.
07/2016 Honglie obtained his B.S. degree in physics with Honors from Peking University. Congratulations!
05/2016 Honglie successfully defended his undergraduate thesis titled “Angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy study of iron-based superconductors” under the supervision of Prof. Yan Zhang.
04/2016 Honglie accepted the PhD offer from Prof. David Hsieh at California Institute of Technology.
04/2016 Honglie's first-coauthored paper titled “Negative to Positive Crossover of Magnetoresistance in WS2 nanoflakes” was published on Appl. Phys. Lett.
03/2016 Honglie’s first-coauthored work tilted “Negative to Positive Crossover of Magnetoresistance in WS2 nanoflakes with Ohmic Contact” was presented at APS March Meeting 2016 in Baltimore. Abstract can be found here.
12/2015 Honglie’s coauthored paper titled “Simultaneous emergence of superconductivity, inter-pocket scattering and nematic fluctuation in potassium-coated FeSe superconductor” was preprinted on arxiv.
10/2015 Honglie gave a poster titled “Electrical and thermal transport measurements of low dimensional materials” at National Conference for Excellent Innovative Talents in Basic Science.
08/2015 Honglie arrived at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Stanford University and started to use angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy to study FeSe with Prof. Yan Zhang.
07/2015 Honglie arrived at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and started to conduct summer research focused on thermal transport measurement of InAs/GaSb quantum well in Prof. Lu Li’s group.
07/2014 Honglie joined Prof. Jian Wang’s group and started to investigate the synthesis and magnetotransport properties of transition metal dichalcogenides and topological materials.