Publications

Works published after joining Kennesaw State Univeristy:

50.      Kangkang Li, et al, "Direct generation of time-energy-entangled W triphotons...."

49.      Wencong Wang, Yanhua Zhai, Dongmei Liu, and JW, "Quantum optical....."

48.      Wencong Wang, Yanhua Zhai, Dongmei Liu, and JW, "Quantum theory ....."

47.       Wencong Wang, Yanhua Zhai, Dongmei Liu, and JW, "Quantum theory ....."

46.      Yanhua Zhai, Qian Liu, Saeid Vashahri-Ghamsari, Shengwang Du, and JW, "xxxx"

45.      JW and Shengwang Du, "Is single particle always entangled?"

45.     Yingchun Qin, Shulin Ding, Shujian Lei, Jie Liu, Yan Bai, Menghua Zhang, Yuhang Li, JW, Xiaoshun Jiang, and Min Xiao, "Self-pulsations in a microcavity Brillouin laser," to appear in Optics Letters (2021).

44.     JW, Irina Novikova, Chen Qian, Chuanwei Zhang, and Shengwang Du, "Hybrid entanglement between optical discrete polarizations and continuous quadrature variables," the special issue "Entanglement and Coherence in Photonic System" of Photonics 8, 552 (2021).  (arXiv:2105.04602).

43.      Heng Fan, Jiayang Chen, Zitong Zhao, JW, and Yuping Huang, “Anti-parity-time symmetry in passive nanophotonics,” ACS Photonics 7, 3035-3041(2020). Preprint:  arXiv:2003.11151 

42.      Weizhi Qu, Jian Sun, Shencao Jin, Liang Jiang, JW, and Yanhong Xiao, “Sub-Hertz resonance by weak measurement,” Nature Communications 11, 1752 (2020).   (arXiv:1812.02551)

41.      Jiyang Ma, JW, Yong Hu, Shulin Ding, Xiaoshun Jiang, Liang Jiang, and Min Xiao, “Chip-based optical isolator and nonreciprocal parity-time symmetry induced by stimulated Brillouin scattering,” Laser & Photonics Reviews 14, 1900278 (2020).    (arXiv:1806.03169)

40.      Huibo Fan, Xun Zhang, Jinyi Zhao, Shengjun Li, Shiyue Hua, Mingming Zhao, Yong Hu, Wenjie Wan, Yanhua Zhai, JW, Xiaoshun Jiang, and Min Xiao, “Controllable coupling between an ultra-high-Q microtoroid cavity and a graphene monolayer for optical filtering and switching applications,” Optics Express 28, 7906-7916 (2020).

38.      JW, Xiaoshun Jiang, Liang Jiang, and Min Xiao, “Parity-time symmetry in optical microcavity systems,” Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 51, 222001 (2018).    (arXiv:1807.03645)     (Invited Topical Review)

Works published before joining Kennesaw State University:

37.      Sreraman Muralidharan, Changling Zou, Linshu Li, JW, and Liang Jiang, “Overcoming erasure errors with multilevel systems,” New Journal of Physics 19, 013026 (2017).    (arXiv:1504.08054)

36.      Shiyue Hua, JW, Xiaoshun Jiang, Qian Hua, Liang Jiang, and Min Xiao, “Demonstration of a chip-based optical isolator with parametric amplification,” Nature Communications 7, 13657 (2016).    (arXiv:1606.04400)

35.      Peng Peng, Wanxia Cao, Ce Shen, Weizhi Qu, JW, Liang Jiang, and Yanhong Xiao, “Anti-parity-time symmetry with flying atoms,” Nature Physics 12, 1139-1145 (2016).     (arXiv:1509.07736)

34.    JW, Xiaoshun Jiang, Mengzhen Zhang, Liang Jiang, Shiyue Hua, Hongya Wu, Chao Yang, and Min Xiao, “Modeling of on-chip optical nonreciprocity with an active microcavity,” in the special issue “New Frontiers in Plasmonics and Metamaterials” (Editor: Yuri S. Kivshar) of Photonics 2, 498-508 (2015).

33.    Dongmei Liu, Yong Zhang, JW, Zhenhua Chen, Dunchao Wei, Xiaopeng Hu, Gang Zhao, S. N. Zhu, and Min Xiao, “Diffraction interference induced superfocusing in nonlinear Talbot effect,Scientific Reports 4, 6134 (2014).    (arXiv:1304.2556)

32.    H. X. Chen, M. Z. Qin, Y. Q. Zhang, X. Zhang, F. Wen, JW, Y. P. Zhang, “Parametric amplification of dressed multi-wave mixing in an atomic ensemble,” Laser Physics Letters 11, 045201 (2014).

31.    Long Chang, Xiaoshun Jiang, Shiyue Hua, Chao Yang, JW, Liang Jiang, Guanyu Li, Guanzhong Wang, and Min Xiao, “Parity-time symmetry and variable optical isolation in active-passive-coupled microresonators,” Nature Photonics 8, 524-529 (2014).

30.    Yanhua Zhai, Francisco E. Becerra, Boris L. Glebov, JW, Adriana E. Lita, Brice Calkins, Thomas Gerrits, Jingyun Fan, Sae Woo Nam, and Alan L. Migdall, “Photon-number-resolved detection of photon-subtracted thermal light,” Optics Letters 38, 2171-2173 (2013).

29.    JW, Yong Zhang, and Min Xiao, “The Talbot effect: recent advances in classical optics, nonlinear optics, and quantum optics,” Advances in Optics and Photonics 5, 83-130 (2013). (Invited Review, Editor: Bahaa E. A. Saleh) (in March 2018, it was highlighted by OSA editors as one of the Top Downloaded Articles in Quantum Optics from Advances in Optics and Photonics and Optics Express)

28.    Lei Feng, Pengxiong Li, Liang Jiang, JW, and Yanhong Xiao, “Coherence assisted resonance with sub-transit-limited linewidth,” Physical Review Letters 109, 233006 (2012).    (arXiv:1208.6340)

27.    Dongmei Liu, Yong Zhang, Zhenhua Chen, JW, and Min Xiao, “Acousto-optic tunable second-harmonic Talbot effect based on periodically-poled LiNbO3 crystals,Journal of the Optical Society of America B 29, 3325-3329 (2012).

26.    Shuyu Zhou, Shanchao Zhang, Chang Liu, J. F. Chen, JW, M. M. T. Loy, G. K. L. Wong, and Shengwang Du, “Optimal storage and retrieval of single-photon waveforms,” Optics Express 20, 24124-24131 (2012).    (arXiv:1207.2670)

25.    JW, “Forming positive-negative images using conditioned partial measurements from reference arm in ghost imaging,” Journal of the Optical Society of America A 29, 1906-1911 (2012).    (arXiv:1101.4869)

24.    Zhenhua Chen, Dongmei Liu, Yong Zhang, JW, Shi-Ning Zhu, and Min Xiao, “Fractional second-harmonic Talbot effect,” Optics Letters 37, 689-691 (2012).

23.    JW, Shengwang Du, Huanyang Chen, and Min Xiao, “Electromagnetically induced Talbot effect,Applied Physics Letters 98, 081108 (2011).    (arXiv:1101.4880)

22.    JW, Yong Zhang, Shi-Ning Zhu, and Min Xiao, “Theory of nonlinear Talbot effect,” Journal of the Optical Society of America B 28, 275-280 (2011).

21.    Sujun Yun, JW, P. Xu, Min Xiao, and Shi-Ning Zhu, “Generation of frequency-correlated narrowband biphotons from four-wave mixing in cold atoms,” Physical Review A 82, 063830 (2010).

20.    JW, Yanhua Zhai, Shengwang Du, and Min Xiao, “Engineering biphoton wave packets with an electromagnetically induced grating,” Physical Review A 82, 043814 (2010).    (arXiv:1010.2813)

19.    JW, Shengwang Du, and Min Xiao, “Improving spatial resolution in quantum imaging beyond the Rayleigh diffraction limit using multiphoton W states,” Physics Letters A 374, 3908-3911 (2010).

18.    Yong Zhang, JW, Shi-Ning Zhu, and Min Xiao, “Nonlinear Talbot effect,” Physical Review Letters 104, 183901 (2010).

17.    JW, Eun Oh, and Shengwang Du, “Tripartite entanglement generation via four-wave mixings: Narrowband triphoton W state,” Journal of the Optical Society of America B 27, A11-A20 (2010). (Feature issue on Quantum Optical Information Technologies, Editors: Giovanna Morigi, Andrew Jordan, Philippe Grangier)

16.    Kai-Hong Luo, JW, Xi-Hao Chen, Qian Liu, Min Xiao, and Ling-An Wu, “The second-order Talbot effect with entangled photon pairs,Physical Review A 80, 043820 (2009).    (arXiv:0909.4382)    (selected as a Kaleidoscope image for the October issue of PRA in 2009)

15.    Shengwang Du, JW, and Chinmay Belthangady, “Temporally shaping biphoton wave packets with periodically modulated driving fields,” Physical Review A 79, 043811 (2009).

14.    JW and Morton H. Rubin, “Distinction of tripartite Greenberger-Horne-Zeilinger and W states entangled in time-energy and space,” Physical Review A 79, 025802 (2009).    (arXiv:0903.2304)

13.    Shengwang Du, JW, and Morton H. Rubin, “Narrow-band biphoton generation near atomic resonance,” Journal of the Optical Society of America B 25, C98-C108 (2008).    (arXiv:0804.3981)     (Invited Review, feature issue on Slow Light and Its Applications, Editors: Robert W. Boyd, Lene Hau, Hailing Wang, Gadi Eisenstein, Susumu Noda, Jesper Moerk)

12.    JW, Shengwang Du, Morton H. Rubin, and Eun Oh, “Two-photon beatings using biphotons generated from a two-level system,” Physical Review A 78, 033801 (2008).    (arXiv:0807.4164)

11.    JW, Shengwang Du, Yanpeng Zhang, Min Xiao, and Morton H. Rubin, “Nonclassical light generation via a four-level inverted-Y system,” Physical Review A 77, 033816 (2008).

10.    JW, Morton H. Rubin, and Yanhua Shih, “Transverse correlation in multiphoton entanglement,” Physical Review A 76, 045802 (2007).

9.    JW, P. Xu, Morton H. Rubin, and Yanhua Shih, “Transverse correlation in triphoton entanglement: Geometrical and physical optics,” Physical Review A 76, 023828 (2007).

8.    JW, Shengwang Du, and Morton H. Rubin, “Spontaneous parametric down conversion in a three-level system,” Physical Review A 76, 013825 (2007).

7.    Shengwang Du, Eun Oh, JW, and Morton H. Rubin, “Four-wave mixing in three-level systems: Interference and entanglement,” Physical Review A 76, 013803 (2007).

6.    JW, Shengwang Du, and Morton H. Rubin, “Biphoton generation in a two-level atomic ensemble,” Physical Review A 75, 033809 (2007).

5.    Shengwang Du, JW, Morton H. Rubin, and G. Y. Yin, “Four-wave mixing and biphoton generation in a two-level system,” Physical Review Letters 98, 053601 (2007).

4.    JW and Morton H. Rubin, “Transverse effects in paired-photon generation via an EIT medium II: Beyond perturbation theory,” Physical Review A 74, 023809 (2006).

3.    JW and Morton H. Rubin, “Transverse effects in paired-photon generation via an EIT medium I: Perturbation theory,” Physical Review A 74, 023808 (2006).

2.    Sulakshana N. Thanvanthri, JW, and Morton H. Rubin, “Effects of mismatched transmissions on a two-mode squeezing and EPR correlations with a slow light medium,” Physical Review A 72, 023822 (2005).    (arXiv:quant-ph/0504164)

1.    JW and Morton H. Rubin, “Theory of two-photon interference in an electromagnetically induced transparency system,” Physical Review A 70, 063806 (2004).    (arXiv:quant-ph/0406153)


1.      JW, Morton H. Rubin, and Yanhua Shih, "Spatial resolution enhancement in quantum imaging beyond the diffraction limit using entangled photon-number state," arXiv:0812.2032 (2008).

 

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