Ma Boqiang was born in Shangqiu, Henan Province in 1962. In 1979, he was admitted to the Department of nuclear physics, Peking University. From bachelor's degree and master's degree to doctor's degree, he worked as a postdoctoral in Chinese Academy of Sciences and Frankfurt University. Now he is teaching in the College of physics, Peking University, and is engaged in the research of material microstructure.
In 1989, he received a doctor's degree from Peking University and the first prize of the youth science and technology achievement award of Peking University. From 1989 to 1991, he was a postdoctoral fellow in Institute of high energy physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. In 1991, he won a research grant from Humboldt Foundation of Germany. From 1992 to 1993, he was a Humboldt scholar in the Institute of theoretical physics of Frankfurt University. In 1995, he was an associate researcher of Institute of high energy physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. In December 1998, he was a researcher in the Institute of high energy physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. In 1999, as the first prize winner, he won the second prize of Natural Science Award of Chinese Academy of Sciences. He has been a professor in the Department of physics of Peking University since January 2000. He is the winner of the national fund for Distinguished Youth in 2000. In 2004, he won Zhou Peiyuan physics prize of Chinese physical society.
Engaged in the research of high energy physics theory, published more than 100 papers in international and domestic core academic journals. They have made original and innovative contributions to the problems related to hadron structure, and their academic views have attracted the attention and attention of international peers, leading to the emergence of some new research hotspots. The paper has been cited more than 2000 times by others (excluding self citation). It has established a wide range of academic relations and cooperation with scholars at home and abroad. It has a certain influence in the international peers and promoted the development of hadron structure research in high energy physics. He is also engaged in the experimental exploration of high energy hadron structure, the research of Particle Astrophysics and cosmology, and the application of mathematical physics methods in other disciplines.
He is now a member of the Party committee and Academic Committee of School of physics of Peking University.
Engaged in theoretical research of particle physics, medium and high energy nuclear physics, Particle Astrophysics and cosmology. Our research interests include light cone quantum field theory, deep inelastic scattering of leptons and hadrons, application of perturbation quantum chromodynamics, spin and flavor structure of hadrons, special hadron States, unity of quarks and leptons, quark effect in nuclei, high energy cosmic ray particles.
He is engaged in the experimental exploration and data processing of high energy hadron structure, and has carried out research work in the Hermes cooperation group of desy International Laboratory in Germany.
Engaged in the application of mathematical and physical methods in other disciplines.
The main basic course for Undergraduates: mathematical and physical methods. Beijing and national excellent courses.
Elective course: introduction to theoretical physics, suitable for senior undergraduates of mathematics and physics and non theoretical physics Postgraduates of science.
Bo- QiangMaandJ.Soffer ,1999
Bo-QiangMa,I.Schmidt, andJ.Soffer ,1998
Bo-QiangMa,A.Schafer, andW.Greiner ,1993
FlavorDistributioninth eNucleons:SU (2)SeaAsymmetryorIsospinSymmetryBreaking?
Melos hRotation:SourceoftheProton 'sMissingSpin
J.Phys.G: Nucl.Part.Phys .17(1991)L53-L57.
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