Ph.D. Condensed Matter Physics, Stanford University
M.S. Theoretical Physics, University of Science and Technology of China
B.S. Materials Science, University of Science and Technology of China
B.S. Computer Science, University of Science and Technology of China
2018 - present: Characterization Facility staff scientist and data analyst, Informatics Institute, University of Minnesota
2010 - 2018: Senior research associate, Physics Department, University of Minnesota
2008 - 2009: Postdoctoral researcher, Physics Department, Stanford University
Guichuan Yu is staff of the Characterization Facility and University of Minnesota Informatics Institute. Guichuan provides data analysis support and enhances data-intensive research for the university research community. Yu is also is responsible for advancing analytical methods, developing imaging analysis software, and providing customized data analysis solutions to characterization techniques including X-ray diffraction, scanning probe microscopy and electron microscopy. Guichuan designed and developed X-ray imaging software RSLAB TM and atomic force microscopy software AFMLAB.
G. Yu et al., Universal precursor of superconductivity in the cuprates. Phys. Rev. B 99, 214502 (2019).
Y. Li, G. Yu et al., Two Ising-like collective magnetic excitations in a single-layer cuprate superconductor. Nature Physics 8, 404 (2012)
G. Yu et al., Magnetic resonance in the model high-temperature superconductor HgBa2CuO4+d. Phys. Rev B 81, 064518 (2010).
G. Yu et al., A universal relation between magnetic resonance and superconducting gap in unconventional superconductors. Nature Physics 5, 873 (2009).
E. M. Motoyama, G. Yu et al., Spin correlations in the electron-doped high-transition-temperature superconductor Nd2-xCexCuO4. Nature 455, 186 (2007).