Yu Jia, male, born in 1974, Ph.D. in 2002 from Ohio State University. Post-doc in Michigan State University from 2002 to 2004. Research associate in the University of Milan from 2004 to 2005 by Marie Curie fellow. He joined IHEP from 2006. Areas of Research: Quantum chromodynamics, heavy quarkonium, effective field theory Achievement and Experience:
His research mainly focus on the strong interaction phenomena and quantum field theory. The highlights of his research including proposed and developed a new mechanism for the heavy-flavor meson production and heavy-quark recombination mechanism collaboration with Braaten and Mehen, which successfully explained a series of charm-anticharm production asymmetry puzzle (leading particle effects) observed in numerous fixed-target experiments at Fermilab. He also carried out a systematic analysis on the magnetic-dipole transition between heavy quarkonia collaboration with Brambilla and Vairo, which is the first work in the framework of effective field theory potential NRQCD. In the recent years, he has conducted many thorough investigation on various aspects of heavy quarkonium physics.