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Career

Fei Ding is a proud father of a son. He was appointed, at the age of 33, as a W3 professor at Leibniz University Hannover in 2016. Our group, formerly in IFW Dresden (Director: Prof. Oliver G. Schmidt), is best known in the community for our contributions to the strain-tunable quantum light sources.


Since 09/2016 Leibniz University Hannover, Germany

Full Professor in Nanophysics, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics


Since 10/2012 IFW Dresden, Germany

Head of Nanophotonics group and MBE laboratory


2010 - 2012 IBM Zurich Laboratory, Switzerland

Marie Curie Fellow (ICARUS), Integrated Silicon Photonic Laboratory


2009 - 2010 IFW Dresden, Germany

Postdoctoral researcher, Group Prof. Oliver G. Schmidt / Prof. Armando Rastelli


2007 - 2008 Kavli Institute, Technical University of Delft, Netherlands

Visiting scientist, Group Prof. Leo P. Kouwenhoven / Prof. Val Zwiller


2006 - 2009 Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research Stuttgart, Germany (首批中科院-马普学会联合培养博士生)

Ph.D student, Group Oliver G. Schmidt, Department Prof. Klaus von Klitzing


2004 - 2009 Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Ph.D student, Group Prof. Zhanguo Wang (王占国院士) / Prof. Yonghai Chen (摇滚科学家陈涌海)


1999 - 2003 Hefei University of Technology

Bachelor student, Department of Material Science

Awards and Services

To date, Fei has received several awards including:

  • CAS-Max Planck joint PhD fellowship (2006)
  • Marie Curie Fellowship (2010)
  • Magnolia Grant Shanghai (2011)
  • Oversea Scholar Visiting Program from Peking University (2011)
  • IBM Invention Achievement Award (2015)
  • IBM First Invention Award (2012)
  • IFW Research Prize-IIN (2014)
  • IFW Excellence Program (2015)
  • European Research Council Starting Grant (2016)

Fei also serves as referee for various high-profile journals and grants, including the ERC consolidator grant, ERC Future and Emerging Technologies grant, ARCHES award from German Federal Ministry for Education and Research, Newton Fellowship from British Royal Society, and HOMING award from Polish National grant.