Central China Normal University (B.S., Physics), 2015
Peking University (Ph.D., Physics), 2020
 Danni Lan*, Yangyang Chen*, Pan Chen, Xuanying Chen, Xu Wu, Xuli Pu, Yan Zeng, and Zhihong Zhu#, “Mesoporous CoO Nanocubes @ Continuous 3D Porous Carbon Skeleton of Rose-Based Electrode for High-Performance Supercapacitor”, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2014, 6 (15), 11839–11845.
 Wenyu Xing*, Yangyang Chen*, Patrick M Odenthal, Xiao Zhang, Wei Yuan, Tang Su, Qi Song, Tianyu Wang, Jiangnan Zhong, Shuang Jia, X. C. Xie, Yan Li, and Wei Han#, “Electric field effect in multilayer Cr2Ge2Te6: a ferromagnetic 2D material”, 2D Materials, 2017, 4, 024009.
 Yangyang Chen*, Wenyu Xing*, Xirui Wang*, Bowen Shen, Wei Yuan, Tang Su, Yang Ma, Yunyan Yao, Jiangnan Zhong, Yu Yun, X. C. Xie, Shuang Jia#, and Wei Han#, “Role of Oxygen in Ionic Liquid Gating on Two-Dimensional Cr2Ge2Te6: A Non-oxide Material”, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2018, 10(1), 1383-1388.
 Yangyang Chen, Ya-wen Chuang, Seng Huat Lee, Yanglin Zhu, Kevin Honz, Yingdong Guan, Yu Wang, Ke Wang, Zhiqiang Mao and Jun Zhu#, Colin Heikes, P. Quarterman, Pawel Zajdel, Julie A. Borchers, William Ratcliff II, “Ferromagnetism in van der Waals compound MnSb1.8Bi0.2Te4”, Physical Review Materials, 2020, 4, 064411.
 Chao Liu, Guodong Zhao, Tao Hu#, Yangyang Chen#, Shixun Cao#, L Bellaiche, Wei Ren, “Ferromagnetism, Jahn-Teller effect, and orbital order in the two-dimensional monolayer perovskite Rb2CuCl4”, Physical Review B, 2021, 104, 24, 241105.
My research has been focused on the transport properties in 2D material heterostructures and devices. To be more specific, my expertise lies in the following fields: (1) Develop ultra-clean 2D materials heterostructures and devices based on exfoliation, transfer techniques and nanofabrication. (2) Engineer electrical and magnetic properties in novel 2D magnets and films via electric field effect and ionic liquid gating. (3) Explore spin wave transport phenomena in 2D magnet using nonlocal measurement.