Theoretical Physics Division

Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Tel:+86 10 882346162



Zou Bing Song (Ph.D / Professor of Physics)

1987--1990 Ph.D. Institute of Theoretical Physics, CAS, Beijing
1984--1987 M.S. Institute of High Energy Physics, CAS, Beijing
1980--1984 B.S. Peking University, Beijing

Research experience:
2005.7-Present Director, Theory Division, IHEP, CAS, Beijing
2004.4-Present Deputy Director, Theoretical Nuclear Physics Center,
National Lab of Heavy Ion Accelerator, Lanzhou
2006.6-Present Concurrent Professor, University of Science and Technology of China
2005.9-Present Concurrent Professor, Graduate School, CAS, Beijing
1998.6-Present Professor, Deputy Director (2001.7-2005.7), Theory Division, IHEP, Beijing
1992.11-1998.9 RA, Queen Mary College, London; working at Rutherford Appleton Lab, Oxfordshire
1990.12-1992.11 Postdoctoal Fellow, Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland

Research Projects:
2007.01-2009.12 CAS key project : Theoretical particle, nuclear and cosmology physics relevant to
large facilities in China
2005.01-2008.12 NSFC key project : Theoretical Hadron Physics relevant to Lanzhou CSR Facility
2003.01-2006.12 NSFC fund for Outstanding Young Scientists : Intermediate High Energy Nuclear Physics
2001.10-2005.09 CAS key project : Theoretical study on super-heavy nuclei, hadron excited states
and glueballs
1998.06-2002.06 National Fund for ¡°Outstanding Young Scientists back from Abroad¡± on hadron physics.

2000, Hu Jimin Nuclear Education and Scientific Research Award

Other Academic Services:
Member of Editorial Boards for the journals ¡°Nuclear Physics A¡± and ¡°HEP&NP¡±
Chairman for the international conference MENU2004
IAC member for international conference series NSTAR01-07, MENU01,07, HADRON03-07, PANIC08
Member of Science Committees of IHEP, ITP, BEPC National Lab, National Lab of Heavy Ion Accelerator at Lanzhou.

Over 200 papers published in International journals :

Selected Recent Publication list:
[1] J.J. Xie and B.S. Zou, The role of ¦¤++*(1620) resonances in pp¡únK+¦²+ reaction and its important implications, Phys. Lett. B649, 405 (2007).
[2] C.S. An, D.O. Riska and B.S. Zou, Strangeness spin, magnetic moment and strangeness configurations of the proton, Phys. Rev. C73, 035207 (2006).
[3] B.C. Liu and B.S. Zou, Mass and K Lambda coupling of N*(1535), Phys. Rev. Lett. 96, 042002 (2006); Reply to Comment, Phys. Rev. Lett. 98, 039102 (2007).
[4] M. Ablikim et al., B.S. Zou, Observation of two new N* peaks in J/y ¨¤`npp- and`pnp+ decays, Phys. Rev. Lett. 97, 062001 (2006).
[5] B.S. Zou and D.O. Riska, The`ss component of the proton and the strangeness magnetic moment, Phys. Rev. Lett. 95, 072001 (2005).
[6] M. Ablikim et al., B.S. Zou, Resonances in J/¦×¨¤ f¦Ð+¦Ð and fK+K-, Phys. Lett. B607, 243 (2005).
[7] B.S. Zou and H.C. Chiang, One-pion exchange final-state interaction and the p anti-p near threshold enhancement in J/psi --> gamma p anti-p decays, Phys. Rev. D 69, 034004 (2004).
[8] F.Q. Wu, B.S. Zou, L. Li and D.V. Bugg, New study of the isotensor pi pi interaction, Nucl. Phys. A 735, 111 (2004).
[9] B.S. Zou and D.V. Bugg, Covariant tensor formalism for partial wave analyses of y decay to mesons, Eur. Phys. J. A16, 537£¨2003£©.
[10] J.Z. Bai et al., B.S. Zou, Study of N* production from J/y ¨¤`pph, Phys. Lett. B 510, 75 (2001).