In my mentorships, I am treated as a graduate student intellectually. I periodically report to my supervisors and discuss the next steps in the project. This lack of spoon-feeding has certainly allowed me to find the right resources, learn new things, and work on problems without the help of others. I have no doubt this will be very useful in the future (Sep 2019).
· Graduate Student at Department of Physics, Princeton University and Princeton Institute of Materials
Condensed matter: “Measuring resonant frequencies in a graphene nanodrum.” Collaborated with physics postdoc, Dr. Tiancheng Song. Invited and supervised by Professor Sanfeng Wu (2022).
· Undergraduate Student at Stanford Institute for Theoretical Physics and Geballe Laboratory for Advanced Materials
Condensed matter: “Composite fermions with quenched disorder at the half-filled Landau level.” Collaborated with physics graduate student, Mr. Prashant Kumar. Invited and supervised by Professor Srinivas Raghu (2018).
Condensed matter: “Pair density waves in strong coupling Holstein-Hubbard ladders.” Collaborated with Physics graduate student, Mr. Zhaoyu Han. Invited and supervised by Professors Steven Kivelson and Hong Yao (2020).
· Visiting Student at Henry A. Rowland Department of Physics and Astronomy and Johns Hopkins Institute for Quantum Matter
Condensed matter: “Annihilation of Domain Walls in a Ferromagnetic Wire.” Collaborated with physics graduate student, Mr. Anirban Ghosh. Invited and supervised by Professor Oleg Tchernyshyov (2016).
· Visiting Student at Department of Physics, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Quantum computation: “Performing Joint Measurements on Electron Spin Qubits by Measuring Current through a Nearby Conductance Channel.” Invited and supervised by Professor Jason Kestner (2015).
Publications and Presentations
- Z. Han, K.S. Huang, S. Kivelson, H. Yao (2022, March). Pair density waves in the strong-coupling limit of the Holstein-Hubbard model. Oral session presented at the American Physical Society March Meeting, Chicago, IL.
- K.S. Huang, Z. Han, S. Kivelson, H. Yao (2022, February). Pair-density-wave in the strong coupling limit of the Holstein-Hubbard model, npj Quantum Materials. 7, 17, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41535-022-00426-w.
- K.S. Huang, S. Raghu, P. Kumar (2021, February). Numerical study of a dual representation of the integer quantum Hall transition, Phys. Rev. Lett. 126, 056802, arXiv:2009.07871 (published as Editor’s Suggestion).
- K.S. Huang (2019, August). Self-duality of the integer quantum Hall transition. Poster session presented at Stanford Undergraduate Physics Research Program.
- P. Kumar, K. Huang, M. Mulligan, S. Raghu (2019, March). Composite fermions with quenched disorder at the half-filled Landau level. Oral session presented at the American Physical Society March Meeting, Boston, MA.
- Ghosh, K. Huang, O. Tchernyshyov (2017, May). Annihilation of Domain Walls in a Ferromagnetic Wire, Phys. Rev. B 95, 180408, arXiv:1702.02248 (published as Rapid Communication).
- Ghosh, K. Huang, O. Tchernyshyov (2017, March). Annihilation of Domain Walls in a Ferromagnetic Wire. Oral session presented at the American Physical Society March Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
- Ghosh, K. Huang, O. Tchernyshyov (2016, July). Annihilation of Ferromagnetic Domain Walls in One Dimension. Poster presented at the Seminar and Workshop Topological Patterns and Dynamics in Magnetic Elements and in Condensed Matter at the Max Planck Institute, Dresden, Germany.
- Kevin S Huang (2016), “1-120-S-CircularRollerCoaster,” https://www.simiode.org/resources/2882.
- Liu, G.E., Xu L., & Huang, K.S. Recent Advances in Studying of Copy Number Variation and Gene Expression. Gene Expression to Genetical Genomics 2014:7 1–5 doi:10.4137/GGG.s14286.
- Victor S. Lin, Kevin S. Huang (2019, June). Predicting Dynamics of Chaotic Mechanical Systems.
· Computer: Mathematica (Certified Wolfram Technology Associate at Student Level), MATLAB, LaTeX, GraphPad, COMSOL, OOMMF, Java, Python, C/C++, HTML, Microsoft Office, Windows XP/7/8/10, Mac OS X, UNIX
· Laboratory: Centrifuge, Optical microscopy, Cell culture, Optical spectroscopy, Thin-Layer Chromatography, Calorimetry, Optical Telescope
· Volunteer Biological Technician at the Bee Research Laboratory, United States Department of Agriculture, Beltsville. Assisted researchers with experimentation: RNA isolation, PCR, gel electrophoresis, bee collection and dissection, reviewing research papers. Invited by scientist Dr. Judy Chen (2014).