Phyllis Chan

Phyllis Chan
Personal information
Born(1991-07-18) July 18, 1991 (age 26)
Height169 cm (5 ft 7 in)
Weight120 lb (54 kg)
Country Canada


Moses Hung-Wai Chan (陳鴻渭) is definitely a physics teacher at Penn Condition University or college, where he keeps the rank of Evan Pugh Teacher. He’s an alumnus of Bridgewater University and Cornell University or college, where he gained his Ph.D. in 1974 and was a Postdoctoral Affiliate at Duke University or college. He is a teacher at Penn State’s University or college Recreation area Campus since 1979. Over time, professor Chan’s work has spanned many diverse topics. For his several efforts to low temp physics, in 1996 he distributed the exclusive Fritz London Memorial reward with Carl Wieman and Eric A. Cornell. He was elected an associate of the Country wide Academy of Sciences in 2000, and a fellow from the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2004. Professor Chan is well known for the experimental finding of proof for a fresh supersolid quantum condition of matter, predicted theoretically in 1969 by Alexander Andreev and Ilya Liftshitz, and its own subsequent refutation. Additional significant discoveries are the experimental observation of Critical Casimir impact as well as the experimental verification of 2D Ising model.