Fei Ding Group
We aim to understand and exploit interesting characteristics of semiconductor nano-structures, such as quantum dots, nanomembranes and emerging 2D materials. The goal is to control the optical responses, down to the level of single photons, in these materials. This will help us to develop novel nano-/quantum photonics devices, which will be used in key-enabling elements for the quantum information industry.
M.Sc, PhD students and Postdoc, with a career goal in either academic research or industrial R&D, are always highly welcome.
- Physical Review Letters 123, 161502 (2019) Entanglement swapping with semiconductor-generated photons violates Bell's inequality
- Nature Communications 9, 2994 (2018) Highly efficient extraction of entangled photons from quantum dots using a broadband optical antenna
- Nature Communications 8, 15501 (2017) Solid-state ensemble of highly entangled photon sources at rubidium atomic transitions
- Nature Materials 16, 982 (2017) Measurement of the spin temperature of optically cooled nuclei and GaAs hyperfine constants
- Nature Communications 7, 10387 (2016) Wavelength-tunable entangled photons from silicon-integrated III–V quantum dots
- Nature Communications 6, 10067 (2015) High yield and ultrafast sources of electrically triggered entangled-photons based on strain-tunable QDs
- Nature Physics 10, 46 (2014) A light-hole exciton in a quantum dot