Li You
Li You

Research Scientist (PI)
Physics Department, Tsinghua University

Li You, Professor of Tsinghua University, is director of the Institute of atomic, molecular, and optical physics.     Dr. You obtained his BS from Nanjing University in 1987 and studied overseas through the US-China CUSPEA program. In 1993, he completed Ph.D. at JILA, University of Colorado. From 1993-1996, he was a postdoc at the Institute of atomic and molecular physics of Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. He was Assistant, Associate, and Full Professor at Georgia Institute of Technology from 1996-2010 and joined Tsinghua University in 2009.  Dr. You is a Fellow of American Physical Society (2007). He is a recipient of US NSF Career Award (1997), a ONR Young Investigator (1997). With collaborators, he won the first prize of annual essay award from Gravity Research Foundation (2013). His recent effort “Deterministic entanglement generation from driving through quantum phase transitions,” was voted one of the Top Ten major scientific advances in China (2017).