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Our research is mainly focused on optoelectronic properties of quantum systems for quantum information processing and spintronics.

Highlights

Enhanced Strong Interaction between Nanocavities and p-shell Excitons Beyond the Dipole Approximation [ Congrats, chenjiang Qian ]

Giant Photocurrent Enhancement by Coulomb Interaction in a Single Quantum Dot for Energy Harvesting [ Congrats, kai Peng ]

Two-Photon Rabi Splitting in a Coupled System of a Nanocavity and Exciton Complexes [ Congrats, chenjiang Qian ]

High‐Responsivity Photodetection by a Self‐Catalyzed Phase‐Pure p‐GaAs Nanowire [ Congrats, Ali Hassan ]

We achieved our first batch of GaAs based photonic crystal cavities containing quantum dots with quality factors more than 6000. [ Congratulations to Qian Chenjiang! ]

Our Group [ Members ]

2016 ICPS [ Group Photo ]

Observation of coupling between zero- and two-dimensional semiconductor systems based on anomalous diamagnetic effects [ Nano Research, published online (2016) ]

Ultrafast optical switching using photonic molecules in photonic crystal waveguides [ Optics Express, 23, 9211-9220 (2015) ]

Longitudinal wave function control in single quantum dots with an applied magnetic field [ Scientific Reports 5, 8041 (2015) ]

Charge state control in single InAs/GaAs quantum dots by external electric and magnetic fields [ Appl. Phys. Lett. 105, 041109 (2014) ]

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Positions for PhD and Post- Doctoral fellow are available!

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News

26 Feb.2019Welcome 4 undergraduate students -- Yan Sai, Yuan Yu, Luo Nan, and Lei Yuechen studying for winter internship in our lab.

20 Aug.2018Welcome 5 undergraduate students --- yaowen Zhang(from BIT),bochun Yu (from WHU),beiya Dai(from HNU),xiaowei Wang(from DUT),Liyang(from HNU) studying for summer internship in our lab

22 May.2018chenjiang Qian's paper "Two-Photon Rabi Splitting in a Coupled System of a Nanocavity and Exciton Complexes" was published on Physical Review Letters. Congratulations!

11 May.2018Sponsored Collection | Humble Beginning, Bright Future: Institute of Physics (CAS) at 90.Congratulations!

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