Prof. Jingqiang Ye received his Bachelor of Science degree with a major in physics from Zhejiang University in 2014 and Ph.D. degree in physics from the University of California, San Diego in 2020. He carried out postdoctoral research in Columbia University before joining CUHK-Shenzhen as a tenure-track assistant professor in 2024.


Prof. Jingqiang Ye is an experimental particle physicist. His main research interests include the direct detection of dark matter and neutrinos using noble liquid detectors and the development of technologies for next-generation detectors.


The full list of my publications can be found at Google Scholar.

Selected recent publications:

[1] E. Aprile et al. (XENON Collaboration), First Dark Matter Search with Nuclear Recoils from the XENONnT Experiment, Phys. Rev. Lett. 131, 041003 (2023).

[2] E. Aprile et al. (XENON Collaboration), Search for New Physics in Electronic Recoils from XENONnT, Phys. Rev. Lett. 129, 161805 (2022). *

[3] E. Aprile et al. (XENON Collaboration), Excess Electronic Recoil Events in XENON1T, Phys. Rev. D. 102, 072004 (2020). *

[4] E. Aprile et al. (XENON Collaboration), Observation of Two-neutrino Double Electron Capture in 124Xe with XENON1T, Nature 568, 532-535 (2019).

[5] E. Aprile et al. (XENON Collaboration), Light Dark Matter Search with Ionization Signals in XENON1T, Phys. Rev. Lett. 123, 251801 (2019).

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