TEES Research Associate Professor
Focus: Superradiance, lasing without inversion
Office: IQSE 544
Publication List (partial)
Da-Wei's research concerns the application of quantum optics in challenging problems of physics, such as nonmagnetic optical isolation (PRL 110, 093901(2013)), Heisenberg limited metrology (PRL 113, 083601 (2014)) and x-ray reflection (PRA 91, 011801(R) (2015)). He is also interested in simulating frontier condensed matter physics by using quantum optics systems. The related work includes the concept of superradiance lattice (PRL 114, 043602 (2015)) and the simulating the Haldane model therein (Optica 2, 712 (2015)). His very recent work studies quantum information based on topological quantum optics and its realization in superconductor circuits (PRL 116, 220502 (2016)).
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