Xue Qikun


Tsinghua University



Xue was a recipient of the Future Science Award in 2016, referred to as China’s Nobel Prize, for his pivotal role in the discovery of the quantum anomalous Hall effect.

(Photo: Tsinghua University)

  • 2016 Future Science Award

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