School and International Workshop on "Nonequilibrium Statistical Physics and Active Matter Systems" (2016)!
We work on statistical physics and its interdisciplinary applications. Currently we are interested in the following topics: (1) spin glasses, optimization and satisfiability; message-passing procedures, computational complexity; (2) game processes, strategies interaction and evolution; (3) neural network dynamics, learning and decision-making.
Google Scholar profile and Research ID
- Jin-Hua Zhao, Hai-Jun Zhou, Feedback arcs and node hierarchy in directed networks (2016) [arXiv:1612.05374]
- Zhijian Wang, Bin Xu, Hai-Jun Zhou,
Social cycling and conditional responses in the Rock-Paper-Scissors
Scientific Reports 4, 5830 (2014).
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- Hai-Jun Zhou, Spin glass approach to the feedback vertex set problem, European Phyical Journal B 86, 455 (2013).
- Jin-Hua Zhao, Hai-Jun Zhou, Yang-Yu Liu, Inducing effect on the percolation transition in complex networks, Nature Communications 4, 2412 (2013).
- Hai-Jun Zhou, Chuang Wang, Region graph partition function expansion andapproximate free energy landscapes: Theory and some numerical results, J. Stat. Phys. 148, 513-547 (2012).
- Jing-Qing Xiao and Hai-Jun Zhou, Partition function loop series for a general graphical model: free energy corrections and message-passing equations, J. Phys. A 44, 425001 (2011).
- Hai-Jun Zhou, Reinhard Lipowsky, Dynamic pattern evolution on scale-free networks, PNAS 102, 10052-10057 (2005).
- Hai-Jun Zhou, Long range frustration in a spin-glass model of the vertex cover problem, PRL 94, 217203 (2005); Erratum, PRL 109,199901 (2012).
- Hai-Jun Zhou, Distance, dissimilarity index, and network community structure, PRE 67, 061901 (2003). [fortran code for computing dissimilarity index RWdistanceV2.f and c++ code for generating the community structure dendrogram NetWalkV2.cpp]
- Hai-Jun Zhou, Zhong-Can Ou-Yang, Can pulling cause right- to left-handed structural transitions in negatively supercoiled DNA double-helix?, Modern Physics Letters B 13, 999-1003 (1999). [We predicted that a negative torque beyond certain force-dependent critical value will make the DNA double-helix transit from right-handed into left-handed. Some years later this transition phenomenon later observed in several experimental groups.]
- Hai-Jun Zhou, Yang Zhang, Zhong-Can Ou-Yang, Bending and base-stacking interactions in double-stranded DNA, PRL 82, 4560-4563 (1999).
Currently I serve as an Editor for three more traditional journals: JSTAT (Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment), EPJB (European Physical Journal B), and CTP (Communications in Theoretical Physics). I also serve as an Editorial Board member for Elsevier's open-acess journal Heliyon and Nature Publishing Group's open-access journal Scientific Reports.
Currently I serve as an invited external member of the China Computer Federation Big Data Expert Committee.