
Education 
 19881993 Ph.D. in Physics, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California, U.S.A.
 19821986 B.S. in Physics, National Taiwan University, R.O.C.


Professional Experience 
Current
position：
 2002present, Professor of Physics, National Tsing Hua University
Experience：
 19962002, Associate Prof. of Physics, National Tsing Hua University
 19951996, Associate Prof. of Physics, National Chung Cheng University
 19931995, Postdoc of Physics, University of Virginia, U.S.A.


Research Fields 
 Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics
 Current Research Interest(Superconductivity, Kinetic surface roughnening)


Research Interests and achievement 
Updated on September 3, 2006
One of my recent research interests is the investigation of the boundary effects. In particular, the origin of the edge states is the main focus. In one of recent work, we have shown that the occurrence of edge states is a demonstration of broken reflection symmetry. The formulation to account for the edge states can be constructed by generalizing the method of image. This approach has been applied successfully to account for a number of phenomena, including explaining the occurrence of the edge state on the zigzag edge of graphite sheet and the appearance of zerobias conductance in the (110) interface of dwave superconductors.
Another research focus is on the protein folding problem. In a recent paper, we have demonstrated that the electric dipoledipole interaction has strong correlation with the secondary structures of proteins. Based on this observation, we have constructed a coarsegrained model that allows successful folding of the wildtype sequence of protein G. The protein G has 56 amino acids and has never been folded successfully using unbiased potentials before our work. In our approach, the folding can be simulated on ordinary desktop computers with folding time on the order of hours. In addition to protein G, our model has been tested successfully on more than 16 small proteins, of sizes from 12 to 56 amino acids. It has provided important hints for solving the protein folding problem.


Selected
Publications 
 [2006] NanYow Chen, ZhengYao Su, ChungYu Mou
Effective potentials for protein folding,
Phys. Rev. Letts. 96, 078103 (2006)
 [2004] BorLuen Huang, S. T. Wu, and ChungYu Mou,
Midgap states and generalized supersymmetry in semiinfinite nanowires,
Phys. Rev. B 70, 205408 (2004).
 [2004] C.T. Shih, T.K. Lee, R. Eder, C.Y. Mou, and Y.C. Chen,
Enhancement of pairing correlation by t' in the twodimensional extended tJ model,
Phys. Rev. Lett. 92, 227002 (2004)
 [2003] S. T. Wu and ChungYu Mou,
Zerobias conductance peak in tunneling spectroscopy of hybrid superconductor junctions,
Phys. Rev. B 67, 024503 (2003)
 [2002] S.T. Wu and ChungYu Mou,
Generalized Method of Image and the tunneling spectroscopy in HighTc superconductors,
Phys. Rev. B 66, 012512 (2002).
 [2000] J. X. Li, C.Y Mou, and T. K. Lee,
Consistent picture for resonanceneutronpeak and angleresolved photoemission spectra in
highTc superconductors,
Phys. Rev. B 62, 640 (2000).
 [2000] C.Y. Mou and T.M Hong,
Transport in quantum wells in the presence of interface roughness,
Phys. Rev. B 61, 12612(2000).
 [1998] D. Chang, C.Y. Mou, B. Rosenstein, and C. L. Wu,
An interpretation of neutron scattering data on flux lattices of superconductors,
Phys. Rev. Lett. 80, 145148 (1998)
 [1995] ChungYu Mou and Peter Weichman
Multicomponent turbulence, the spherical limit, and nonKolmogorov spectra,
Phys. Rev. E 52, 3738 (1995).
 [1993] ChungYu Mou and Peter Weichman
Spherical model for turbulence,
Phys. Rev. Lett. 70, 1101 (1993).


 All
Publications (Expansible)
A. Refereed Papers:
 C.Y. Mou and P.B. Weichman, "Spherical Model for Turbulence", Phys. Rev. Lett., 70, 11011104 (1993).
 C.Y. Mou, Ph.D. Thesis, "Spherical Model for Turbulence", California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California, USA, (1993).
 C.Y. Mou, R. Wortis, A.T. Dorsey, and D.A. Huse, "Nonlocal Conductivity in TypeII Superconductors", Phys. Rev. B, 51, 65756587 (1995).
 C.Y. Mou and P.B. Weichman, "Multicomponent Turbulence, the Spherical Limit, and NonKolmogorov Spectra", Phys. Rev. E, 52(4), 37383796 (1995).
 CY. Mou and J.W.P. Hsu, "Scaling of Surface Roughness in a Heterogeneous Film Growth System: GexSi1x on Si", Phys. Rev. B Rapid Communication, 53(12), 76107613 (1996).
 C.Y. Mou, "Linear Electromagnetic Response in Superconductors", Phys. Rev. B Rapid Communication, 55(6), 33783381 (1997).
 CY. Mou and J.W.P. Hsu, "Continuum model description of thin film growth morphology", Phys. Rev. E, 56, 15221530, (1997).
 D. Chang, C.Y. Mou, B. Rosenstein, and C. L. Wu, "An interpretation of neutron scattering data on flux lattices of superconductors", Phys. Rev. Lett., 80, 145148 (1998).
 D. Chang, C.Y. Mou, B. Rosenstein, and C. L. Wu, "Static and dynamical anisotropy effects in the mixed state of superconductors", Phys. Rev. B 57, 79557969, (1998).
 CY. Mou, D. Chang, B. Rosenstein, and C. L. Wu, "New finding of electromagnetic response of superconductors", Chin. J. Phys. 36, 180189, (1998).
 D. W. Chang, C.Y. Mou, B. Rosenstein, C. L. Wu, "The effect of anisotropy on vortex lattice structure and flow in dwave superconductors", Chin. J. Phys. 36, 238244, (1998).
 D. W. Chang, C.Y. Mou, B. Rosenstein, C. L. Wu, "Explicit fourfold symmetry breaking effect on the vortex lattice in dwave superconductors", Chin. J. Phys. 36, 245248, (1998).
 C.Y. Wu, Y.D. Tao, Y.L. Song, C.Y. Mou, and D. R. Huang, "Resistivity behavior and exponent n in Boltzmann ATn term for Sb2Te3xSex compounds", Chin. J. Phys. 36, 400443, (1998).
 Y. L. Lee, Y. W. Lee, C. Y. Mou, and Z. Y. Weng, "The twoleg tJ ladder: a mean field description", Phys. Rev. B, 60, 13418 (1999).
 C. Y. Mou, Y. L. Lee, Y. W. Lee, and Z. Y. Weng, "A meanfield theory for the spingap phase in the twoleg tJ ladder",
Chin. J. Phys. 38, 313 (2000)
 C. Y. Mou and T. M. Hong, "Transport in quantum wells in the presence of interface roughness", Phys. Rev. B 61, 12612(2000).
 J. X. Li, C.Y Mou, and T. K. Lee,, "l Consistent picture for resonanceneutronpeak and angleresolved photoemission spectra in highTc superconductors",
Phys. Rev. B 62, 640 (2000).
 Preformed pairs, SU(2) slaveboson theory, and highTc superconductors C. L. Wu, C.Y. Mou, X.G. Wen, and D. Chang, condmat 9811146.
 The effects of spin fluctuations on the tunneling spectroscopy in HighTc Superconductors, C. L. Wu, C. –Y. Mou, and C. Chang, Phys. Rev. B 63, 172503, (2001).
 Superconducting condensation energy and neutron resonance in highTc superconductors, J. X. Li, C. –Y. Mou, C. D. Gong, T. K. Lee, Phys. Rev. B 64, 104518 (2001).
 SlaveBoson approach to ARPES spectra in highTc superconductors, J. X. Li, C. –Y. Mou, T. K. Lee, in “Symposium on the frontiers of physics at millennium”, World Scientific, 2001.
 Generalized method of image and the tunneling spectroscopy in highTc superconductors, S. T. Wu and C. –Y. Mou, Phys. Rev. B 66, 012512 (2002).
 "Effects of the superlattice structure on the density of state of high Tc cuprates", BorLuen Huang and ChungYu Mou, Journal of Low Temperature Physics 131 815 (2003).
 "Midgap states in particlehole pairing systems", S. T. Wu and ChungYu Mou, Physica C 388389, 45 (2003).
 ZeroBias Conductance Peaks in the Tunneling Spectroscopy of dwave Superconductors, ChungYu Mou and S. T. Wu, Journal of Low Temperature Physics 131, 193 (2003).
 "Zerobias conductance peak in tunneling spectroscopy of hybrid superconductor junctions", S. T. Wu and ChungYu Mou, Phys. Rev. B. 67, 024503 (2003)
 Quasiparticle density of states in dwave superconducting superlattice systems, BorLuen Huang and ChungYu Mou, Physica C 390, 167 (2003)
 Groundstate properties of nanographite systems with zigzag shaped edge, T. Hikihara, X. Hu, H.H. Lin, and ChungYu Mou, Phys. Rev. B 68, 035432 (2003)
 Phases and Density of States in a Generalized SuSchriefferHeeger Model, K.K. Voo and C.Y. Mou, Physica B344, 224(2004)
 Enhancement of Pairing Correlation by t' in the TwoDimensional Extended t  J Model,C. T. Shih, T. K. Lee, R. Eder, C.Y. Mou, and Y. C. Chen, Phys. Rev. Lett. 92, 227002 (2004)
 Potential flow of renormalization group in quasionedimensional systems, Wei Chen, MingShyang Chang, HsiuHau Lin, Darwin Chang, ChungYu Mou, Phys. Rev. B 70, 205413 (2004).
 Midgap states and generalized supersymmetry in semiinfinite nanowires, BorLuen Huang, S. T. Wu, and ChungYu Mou, Phys. Rev. B 70, 205408 (2004).
 Fermi Surface Investigation in the Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8, K.K. Voo, W.C. Wu, H.Y. Chen, and C.Y. Mou, Physica C 416, 75 (2004)
 Antiferromagnetism and Superconductivity of TwoDimensional Extended tJ model, C.T. Shih, J.J. Wu, Y.C. Chen, C.Y. Mou, C.P. Chou, R. Eder, and T. K. Lee, Journal of Low Temperature 31, 757(2005)
 Electron scattering from a mesoscopic disk in a Rashba system, JrYu Yeh,MingChe Chang, and ChungYu Mou, Phys. Rev. B 73, 035313 (2006)
 Effective potentials for protein folding, NanYow Chen, ZhengYao Su, ChungYu Mou, Physical Review Letters 96, 078103 (2006) ; March 1, 2006 issue of Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research.
 Spin Accumulation in the Electron Transport with Rashba Interaction, YiYing Chin, JuiYu Chiu, MingChe Chang, ChungYu Mou, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, e702e704 (2007).
 Symmetry of Multiferroic in a frustrated magnet TbMn2O5, J. Okamoto, D.J. Huang, C.Y. Mou, and etc., Phys. Rev. Lett., 98, 157202 (2007) .
 Pairing Symmetry and Upward Curvature of Upper Critical Field in Superconducting Na0.35CoO2 ．yH2O, Z. T. Kao, J. Y. Lin, and C. –Y. Mou*, Phys. Rev. B 75, 012503 (2007).
 Method of Image and Transmission through Semiinfinite Nanowires, ChihHui Wu and ChungYu Mou, Physica E 40, 745 (2008).
 Induced decoherence and entanglement by interacting quantum spin baths, ChengYan Lai, JoTzu Hung, ChungYu Mou, Pochung Chen, Phys. Rev. B 77,205419, ( 2008).
B. Other Publications：
 2003年諾貝爾物理獎得主—金茲伯格 (V. L. Ginzburg), 物理雙月刊二十六卷一期, 2004.2.
 物體底部的正向力如何分佈?, 物理雙月刊 十八卷六期, 1996.12.
 "指定科目考試規畫研究Ⅲ(物理科)"余健治、黃信健、李文忠、牟中瑜、李濟國, 大學入學考試中心, 2000.
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