TAM, Pok Man
(2017 Paul and May Chu UG Research Award)
4th year Physics UG student. "For the experimental investigation of iron-based superconductors and theoretical prediction of the massive and tilted Dirac Landau levels on the surface of topological crystalline insulators," under the supervision of Prof. Rolf LORTZ (HKUST), Prof. Inti SODEMANN (Max Plank Institute), and Prof. Liang FU (MIT).
Pok Man TAM has worked on both experimental and theoretical condensed matter physics. In his experimental research that he carried out under the supervision of Prof. Rolf LORTZ at HKUST, he studied the iron-based superconductors BaKFeAs and coauthored two papers [Physical Review B 93, 104516 (2016); Physica C 539, 30 (2017)]. At MIT, he predicted the massive and tilted Dirac Landau levels on the surface of topological crystalline insulators under the supervision of Prof. Inti SODEMANN of the Max Planck Institute and Prof. Liang FU.