Screen Name: Guangcun
Branch Affiliation: Max Planck Consortium, Dresden
Research Area: I have been deeply interested in MEMS, nanophotonics for biosensing and biotracking, and integrated photonics for optical communications since I entered Xi’an Jiaotong University for my undergraduate study in ECE department in 2000. I started my research study on fast algorithm design and finite-element-analysis of electromagnetic fields using HFSS in 2002. Meanwhile, I also started to work on design a high quality factor (Q), tunable, integrated microresoantors for applications in many wavelength-division-multiplexing (WDM) photonic integrated circuits. Their applications include WDM photonic integrated circuits such as on-chip channel add-drop filters and wavelength-selective switches, compact nonlinear optical devices, and optical sensors. Adding a tuning mechanism is desired to implement a dynamically reconfigurable function. From 2004, I started to study carbon nanotube, cavity QED systems and quantum dot photonics from 2004 as a graduate student at Fudan University. Meanwhile, I spent much time on single-molecule fluorescence spectroscopy and terahertz quantum cascade lasers technology. Recently, I focused on the quantum dot-based single photon sources. From 2011, I started to study ternary metallic glasses and their application in MEMS, in Department of Physics and Materials Science, City University of Hong Kong. Meanwhile, I spent much time in developing terahertz micromachined waveguide filters, RF MEMS, and sub-terahertz wireless communication technology. I developed the first 140GHz and 0.17GHz rectangular waveguide filters based on MEMS technique. Recent research work focused on the terahertz physics, magnetic metallic glasses and topological insulators as well.
Thrust Area: Quantum Matter Biological Matter Energy SEE Initiatives
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