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MOK, Alex Wing Kee

MOK, Alex Wing Kee, 莫榮基博士

Lecturer

B.Sc., Hong Kong Baptist University;
M.Sc., Ph.D., University of Massachusetts;
M.A. (Theology), Australian Catholic University

Rm. T921

(852) 3411-7258

Current Research Interests

Theoretical Particle Physics, Science and Theology

Selected Publications

  1. Tzu-Liang Chan, Alex J. Lee, Alex W.K. Mok, and James R. Chelikowsky, “Interaction Range of P-Dopants in Si[110] Nanowires: Determining the Nondegenerate Limit”, Nano Lett. 14, 6306-6313 (2014)
  2. Alex W.K. Mok, Cheuk-Ping Wong and Wai-Yu Sit, “Angular distributions of the polarized photons and electron in the decays of the 3D3 state of charmonium”, Euro. Phys. J. C 74, 2723 (2014).
  3. Jin Liang, Alex Wing-kee Mok, Yanting Zhu and Jue Shi, “Resonance versus linear responses to alternating electric fields induce mechanistically distinct mammalian cell death”, Bioelectrochemistry 94, 61-68 (2013).
  4. Alex W.K. Mok, Cheuk-Ping Wong and Wai-Yu Sit, “Angular distribution functions in the decays of the 3D3 state of charmonium originating from unpolarized pp collisions”, J. High Energy Phys. 10, 083 (2012).
  5. Alex Wing-Kee Mok, “The Cosmological Constant: An Example of the Extraordinary Fine-tuning of the Universe”, Hong Kong Journal of Catholic Studies 3, 14-32 (2012).
  6. Alex W.K. Mok and Man-Fung Chow, “Polarized angular distributions in the decays of the singlet D2 state of charmonium originating from pp collisions”, Euro. Phys. J. C 71, 1792 (2011).
  7. A.W.K. Mok and K.J. Sebastian, “Polarized angular distributions in the decays of the 3D2 state of charmonium produced in unpolarized proton-antiproton annihilation,” Euro. Phys. J. C 67, 125-141 (2010).
  8. A.W.K. Mok and K.J. Sebastian, “Angular distributions in the decays of the triplet D2 state of charmonium directly produced in polarized proton-antiproton collisions,” Euro. Phys. J. C 63, 101-114 (2009).
  9. A.W.K. Mok and K.J. Sebastian, “Polarized angular distributions in the decays of the ψ’ charmonium state directly produced in unpolarized proton-antiproton collisions,” Euro. Phys. J. C 56, 189-202 (2008).
  10. A.W.K. Mok, “The Human Person and the Incarnate Word in Light of Contemporary Cosmology,” Theology Annual 28, 93-145 (2007).
  11. A.W.K. Mok, “The Anthropic Principle and the Logos in Modern Cosmology,” Australian EJournal of Theology 6 (2006).
  12. A.W.K. Mok, “Humanity, Extraterrestrial Life and the Cosmic Christ in Evolutionary Perspective,” Australian EJournal of Theology 4 (2005).