Chien-Peng "C-P" Yuan
Wu-Ki Tung Professor of Particle Physics
High Energy Physics - Theoretical
Biomedical-Physical Sciences Bldg.
567 Wilson Rd., Room 3213
Q-TEA parton distribution functions and HERA Run i and II combined data, Hou, T. J., Dulat, S., Gao, J., Guzzi, M., Huston, J., Nadolsky, P., Pumplin, J., Schmidt, C., Stump, D. & Yuan, C. P., Physical Review D. 95, 3, 034003 
CT10 next-to-next-to-leading order global analysis of QCD, Gao, J., Guzzi, M., Huston, J., Lai, H. L., Li, Z., Nadolsky, P., Pumplin, J., Stump, D. & Yuan, C. P., Physical Review D - Particles, Fields, Gravitation and Cosmology. 89, 3, 033009 
Professional Activities & Interests / Biographical Information
Dr. Yuan is a member of the CTEQ collaboration.
Yuan uses global analysis of experimental data to explore partons — fundamental particles in protons and neutrons. His research has deepened the understanding of Quantum Chromodynamics theory, enabling more precise predictions of parton distributions at high-energy collider facilities throughout the world.
Dr. Yuan's contributions have been recognized with several honors. He was named a Fellow of the American Physical Society in 2013, serving as president of the Overseas Chinese Physics Association (2009-2010) and being named an Honorary Professor of Xinjian University, China, in 2015. In October 2017, he was invested as the first Wu-Ki Tung Endowed Professor of Particle Physics at MSU.