苏萌
Su Meng

香港大学物理系与空间科学实验室教授,麻省理工学院帕帕拉多学者,美国航空航天局爱因斯坦学者
Associate professor of Department of Physics and Laboratory for Space Research (LSR) of Hong Kong University, Pappalardo Scholar of MIT, NASA Einstein Fellow

他是高能天体物理学最高奖Rossi Prize最年轻获得者、银河系巨型气泡发现人,曾入选世界十大物理学进展、十大天文学进展。
他的主要研究方向为宇宙起源与演化、高能天体物理学、黑洞与引力波、暗物质与暗能量等。他在西藏阿里推动建设我国首个引力波望远镜,首个空间天文卫星悟空号寻找暗物质粒子。他也在寻找新的模式,把商业与科学探索结合,开展太阳系内行星资源的探索与和平利用。

He is the youngest winner of Rossi Prize, the most prestigious award for high-energy astrophysics. His discovery of the Fermi Bubbles has been selected as one of the Top Ten Physical News and of the Top Ten Astronomical Achievements in 2010.
His main research interests include the origin and evolution of the universe, high-energy astrophysics, black holes, gravitational waves, dark matters and dark energy. In order to search dark material particles, he is working on the construction of the first gravitational-wave telescope in China and the first space astronomical satellite “Wu Kong”. He is also looking for new methods of combining business with scientific research to further the exploration and exploitation of planets in the solar system.