Ho, Pei-Ming 賀培銘
Department of Physics & Center for Theoretical Physics, NTU
Ph.D. in Physics, University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA.
B.S. in Electrical Engineering, NTU
R812, New Physics Building, NTU
- NSC Research Award, 1999-2001
- NSC project salary supplement. 2001-now
- Good Teacher Award of NTU, 2000-2001
- Young Researcher Award of Academia Sinica, 2001
- Young Researcher Award of the College of Science, NTU, 2001
- Outstanding Teacher Award of NTU, 2002
- Wu Ta-You Research Award of NSC, 2002
- Outstanding Research Award of NSC, 2003-2006
- Ten Outstanding Young Persons (Junior Chamber), 2005
- Chinese Physical Society Fellow, 2005
Current Research Interests
- Theoretical High Energy Physics and Mathematical Physics
- Quantum Field Theory
- Noncommutative Geometry
- Quantum Groups
“M5-brane in three-form flux and multiple M2-branes”
by P. M. Ho, Y. Imamurs, Y. Matsuo and S. Shiba, May 2008, 32pp. [hep-th/ 0805.2898].
“M2 to D2 revisited”
by P. M. Ho, Y. Imamurs and Y. Matsuo, JHEP 0807, 003 (2008) [hep-th/ 0805.1202].
“M5 from M2″
by P. M. Ho and Y. Matsuo, JHEP 0806, 105 (2008) [hep-th/ 0804. 3629].
“Lie 3-Algebra and Multiple M2-branes”
by P. M. Ho, R. C. Hou and Y. Matsuo, JHEP 0806, 020 (2008) [hep-th/ 0804. 2110].
“Time-dependent AdS/CFT Duality II: Holographic Reconstruction of Bulk Metric and Possible Resolution of Singularity”
by C. S. Chu and P. M. Ho, [hep-th/0710.2640].
“A toy model of open membrane field theory in constant 3-form flux”
by P. M. Ho and Y. Matsuo, Gen. Rel. Grav. 39, 913 (2007) [hep-th/0701130].
“String theory as a generalization of gauge symmetry”
by P. M. Ho, in 100 years of gravity and accelerated frames, ed. Jong-Ping Hsu et al:, pp. 562-568.
“Time-dependent AdS/CFT duality and null singularity”
by C. S. Chu and P. M. Ho, JHEP 0604, 013 (2006) [hep-th/0602054].
“High-energy zero-norm states and symmetries of string theory”
by C. T. Chan, P. M. Ho, J. C. Lee, S. Teraguchi and Y. Yang, Phys. Rev. Lett. 96, 171601 (2006) [hep-th/0505035].
“Large N cosmology”
by R. Brandenberger, P. M. Ho and H. C. Kao, JCAP 0411, 011 (2004) [hep-th/0312288].
“Regularization of Newton constant, trans-Planckian dispersion relation, and symmetry of particle spectrum”
by P. M. Ho, Class. Quant. Grav. 21, 2641 (2004) [hep-th/0308103].
“Hyperbolic space cosmologies”
by Chiang-Mei Chen, Pei-Ming Ho, Ishwaree P. Neupane, Nobuyoshi Ohta, John E. Wang, JHEP 0310: 058 (2003) [hepth/0306291].
“A note on acceleration from product space compactification”
by C. M. Chen, P. M. Ho, I. P. Neupane and J. E. Wang, JHEP 0307, 017 (2003) [hep-th/0304177].
“Time evolution via S-branes”
by K. Hashimoto, P. M. Ho, S. Nagaoka and J. E. Wang, Phys. Rev. D68, 026007 (2003) [hep-th/0303172].
by K. Hashimoto, P. M. Ho, J. E. Wang, Phys. Rev. Lett. 90, 141601 (2003) [hep-th/0211090].
I was born on Aug. 1, 1967 in Taipei, Taiwan. I studied at Fu-Hsin Elementary School, Fu-Hsin Junior High School and Chien-Kuo Senior High School, before studying Electrical Engineering at NTU. After switching my major to Physics and got my PhD at Berkeley in 1996, I worked as a postdoc at University of Utah, Salt Lake City for two years (with the 2nd year at Princeton as a visitor). I came back to work at the Physics Department of NTU since 1998.