Mei Huang, female, born in 1973. Ph.D. in 2000 from IHEP. Post-doc in Tsinghua University from 2000 to 2002. Research associate in the Frankfurt University from 2002 to 2004 by Humboldt Fellow; Tokyo University from 2004 to 2006 by JSPS Fellow. Supported by 100 talents program of CAS and returned to IHEP in 2006. Areas of Research: intermediate and high energy physics Achievement and Experience:
She is interested in QCD phase structure at high temperature/ density and other extreme conditions, nonperturbative properties of QCD including chiral symmetry breaking, confinement and holographic QCD. She has published around 50 papers, which have been cited more than 1300 times. 6 papers have been cited more than 100 times and 3 papers have been cited more than 50 times. She found the gapless color superconducting phase and its chromo-magnetic instability in high density QCD phase, and she established the theoretical framework to describe the fermion system with mismatched pairing; demonstrated the correspondence between the phase transitions and transport properties; studied the flavor dependent QCD phase structure and built the dynamical holographic QCD model to describe the hadron spectra and QCD thermodynamical properties.