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Jiang-min Zhang

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Full name: Jiang-min Zhang
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Website: http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=ea_znuAAAAAJ
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postdoc working in max-plank-insitute-PKS, Dresden, Germany.

with wide interests, like quantum mechanics, Bethe-ansatz, few-body physics, quantum chaos, mathematical physics.

Activity by Jiang-min Zhang

Score: 40 points (ranked #711)      (breakdown)
Questions: 2
Answers: 0
Comments: 1
Voted on: 1 question, 0 answers
Gave out: 1 up vote, 0 down votes
Received: 8 up votes, 0 down votes

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The submission is here

http://www.physicsoverflow.org/33559/nonsmooth-level-resolved-dynamics-illustrated-binding-model

You can see it in the list of recently active posts (third entry from the top at present), for example when clicking on the logo of PhysicsOverflow.
Oct 3, 2015 by Dilaton
Ok, I have hidden the dublicate submission.

Unfortunately, conversely to questions, answers, and comments, the submissions and reviews contributed are not (yet) accessible from the user profile.
But I have just asked a corresponding feature request on our meta

http://physicsoverflow.org/33565/submissions-reviews-contributed-accessible-from-profile
Oct 3, 2015 by Dilaton
I have now made you author of this paper

http://physicsoverflow.org/33561/nonsmooth-level-resolved-dynamics-illustrated-binding-model

but for some reason it was submitted twice...

Did something unusual happen during the process of submission, maybe there is a bug?
Oct 3, 2015 by Dilaton
Hi Jiang-min Zhang,

In case you would like to be properly assigned as author to your nice papers on PO (to earn the points from upvotes on the corresponding submissions etc) , you can request authorship of them here

http://physicsoverflow.org/18022

or just tell me to do this for you.

Best wishes

Dilaton
Oct 3, 2015 by Dilaton




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