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Mateusz Krzyzosiak

Mateusz Krzyzosiak

Assistant Teaching Professor

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  439C
Tel
  +86-21-34206765 Ext. 4393
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  +86-21-34206525
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  nc.ud1539780462e.utj1539780462s@kai1539780462sozyz1539780462rk.m1539780462

Education

Ph.D. Condensed matter theory, Institute of Physics, Wrocław University of Technology, Poland (2005)
M.Sc. physics (theoretical solid state physics), Fundamental Problems of Technology Faculty, Wrocław University of Technology, Poland (2001)
M.Sc. Applied mathematics (mathematical statistics), Fundamental Problems of Technology Faculty, Wrocław University of Technology, Poland (2003)

Work Experience

2011.09 – pres. lecturer (physics and mathematics), UM–SJTU Joint Institute, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
2010.09 – 2011.08 Confucius Institute Scholar, Chinese Language and Culture Program, Beijing University of Technology
2006.10 – 2010.06 Assistant professor (condensed matter theory), Institute of Physics, Wrocław University of Technology
2007.09 – 2009.08 Postdoctoral researcher (condensed matter theory), Beijing Normal University (China), Department of Physics
2005.10 – 2006.09 Research and teaching associate (condensed matter theory)
2003.01 – 2007.03 Secretary of the Wrocław branch of a Polish research network Laboratory for Physical Foundations of Information Processing

Research interests

  • Strongly correlated electron systems; superconducting systems; spin-based quantum information processing in quantum dots; Bayesian inference based on reversible jump Markov Chain Monte Carlo methods

Published books/chapters

  1. M. Krzyzosiak, R. Gonczarek, A. Gonczarek, L. Jacak, Conformal transformation method – beyond the Van Hove Scenario, chapter in: Superconductivity and Superconducting Wires (Horizons in World Physics, Volume 267), edited by: Dominic Matteri and Leone Futino, Nova Science Publishers (2010), pp. 167-228
  2. R. Gonczarek, M. Krzyzosiak, Model of Superconductivity in the Singular Fermi Liquid, chapter in: Progress in Superconductivity Research, edited by: Oliver A. Chang, Nova Science Publishers (2008), pp. 163-198

Research papers (selected)

  1. L. Marcinowski, K. Roszak, P. Machnikowski, M. Krzyzosiak, Phonon influence on the measurement of spin states in double quantum dots using the quantum point contact, Physical Review B 88, 125303 (2013)
  2. M. Krzyzosiak, Shiping Feng, R. Gonczarek, Electromagnetic response of cuprate superconductors: Meissner effect in the kinetic energy driven superconductivity,  Physica C 470, S251 (2010)
  3. M. Krzyzosiak, Huang Zheyu, Shiping Feng, R. Gonczarek, Meissner effect in cuprate superconductors: Linear response approach, Physica C 470, 407 (2010)
  4. R. Gonczarek, M. Krzyzosiak, L. Jacak, A. Gonczarek, Coexistence of spin-singlet s- and d-wave and spin-triplet p-wave order parameters in anisotropic superconductors, physica status solidi (b) 244, 3359 (2007)
  5. R. Gonczarek, M. Krzyzosiak, Critical parameters in the singular Fermi liquid model, Physica C 445-448, 158 (2006)
  6. M. Krzyzosiak, R. Gonczarek, Thermodynamics and response to a weak magnetic field in a model of superconductivity in a singular Fermi liquid, Physica C 426-431, 273 (2005)
  7. R. Gonczarek, M. Krzyzosiak, Conformal transformation method and symmetry aspects of the group C4v in a model of high-Tc superconductors with anisotropic gap, Physica C 426-431, 278 (2005)
  8. L. Jacak, J. Krasnyj, D. Jacak, R. Gonczarek, M. Krzyzosiak, P. Machnikowski, Spin-based quantum information processing in magnetic quantum dots, Open Systems and Information Dynamics 12, 133 (2005)
  9. M. Gładysiewicz-Kudrawiec, R. Gonczarek, M. Krzyzosiak, Thermodynamic properties of a high-Tc superconductor in the extended Van Hove Scenario, Physica B 359-361, 572 (2005)
  10. R. Gonczarek, M. Krzyzosiak, M. Mulak, Valuation of characteristic ratios for high-Tc superconductors with anisotropic gap in the conformal transformation method, Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 37, 4899 (2004)

Conference presentations (selected)

  1. M. Krzyzosiak, Yu Lan, Shiping Feng, R. Gonczarek, Electromagnetic response in kinetic energy driven superconductivity: the Meissner effect, The 14th National School on Superconductivity (Ostrów Wlkp., Poland,  13-17 October 2009)
  2. M. Krzyzosiak, Shiping Feng, R. Gonczarek, Meissner effect in a kinetic energy driven superconductor, The 12th Conference on Low Temperature Physics (Qingdao, China, 28-30 July 2009)
  3. M. Krzyzosiak, R. Gonczarek, A. Gonczarek, L. Jacak, Spin-singlet and spin-triplet order parameters in a model of superconductivity with anisotropic pairing interaction, The 7th International Conference on Condensed Matter Theory and Computational Materials Science (Taiyuan, China, 12-16 July 2008)
  4. M. Krzyzosiak, R. Gonczarek, A. Gonczarek, L. Jacak, Interplay between spin-singlet and spin-triplet order parameters in a model of an anisotropic superconductor with cuprate planes, MRS International Materials Conference (Chongqing, China, 9-12 June 2008)
  5. W. Jacak, J. Krasnyj, M. Krzyzosiak, Recognition of the type of a quantum dot by an optical-only measurement, Nanotech Northern Europe 2007 (Helsinki, Finland, 27–29 March 2007)
  6. R. Gonczarek, M. Krzyzosiak, Critical parameters in the superconducting singular Fermi liquid model, ISS2005 – 18th  International Symposium on Superconductivity (Tsukuba, Japan, 24–26 October 2005)
  7. L. Jacak, J. Krasnyj, W. Jacak, M. Krzyzosiak, J. Jacak, Spin-based quantum information processing in QDs embedded in a diluted magnetic semiconductor medium, Spintech III (Awaji Island, Japan, 1–5 August 2005)
  8. M. Krzyzosiak, R. Gonczarek, Thermodynamics and response to a weak magnetic field in a model of superconductivity in a singular Fermi liquid, ISS2004 – 17th International Symposium on Superconductivity (Niigata, Japan, 23–25 November 2004)
  9. L. Jacak, J. Krasnyj, W. Jacak, M. Krzyzosiak, Spin-qubit and quantum information processing in magnetic quantum dots, 5th European Quantum Information and Communication Workshop (Rome, Italy, 20–22 September 2004)
  10. L. Jacak, P. Machnikowski, W. Jacak, M. Krzyzosiak, Unavoidable decoherence in semiconductor quantum dots, Quantum Information and Quantum Control Conference (Toronto, Canada, 19–23 July 2004)