We are welcome undergraduate students and graduate students accross departments at KSU to join our group to carry out independent research! You can bring your own projects! You are also very welcome to pick up any topics that we could be helpful in the group! Financial supports for the research are available for the whole year!
Assistant Professor of Optical Physics
Fields of Insterest: Atomic, Molecular, and Optical (AMO) Physics -- quantum optics, nonlinear optics, (ultra)cold atoms, quantum information, quantum computing, quantum sensing, quantum measurements, non-Hermitian physics, foundations of quantum mechanics, quantum-to-classical transition, quantum electrodynamics (QED); Optical Imaging -- quantum imaging and lithography, diffractive optics, optical superresolution imaging; Photonics -- parity-time symmetry, (quantum) integrated photonics, optomechanics, optical gyroscopes; Condensed Matter Physics -- circuit QED, dispersion forces, electron transport in 2D materials, Abraham-Minkowski controversy; etc.
My CV and Publications:
- Curriculum Vitae [pdf]
- Google Scholar