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Ultrafast Photonics Laboratory
Exploring the UPLimit of information processing
DEC 12

Note: Ultrafast Photonics Laboratory (UPL) is recruiting Postdoctoral Researchers, PhD students, and Master students from all over the world. If you are interested in applying for those positions, please

Chao-Yuan Jin received his BSc degree from Nanjing University, China in 2000, his MSc degree from Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2003, and his PhD degree from the University of Sheffield, UK in 2008. He was awarded a JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowship and worked on quantum dot switches at Kobe University, Japan from 2008 to 2010. In 2010, he joined the Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands, as a postdoctoral researcher, working on ultrafast control of cavity quantum electrodynamics based on single quantum dots in photonic crystal cavities. From 2013 to 2015, he moved into industry. In his role as a senior photonics scientist at EFFECT Photonics B.V., he developed 100G-400G optical transceivers for short-reach optical communications based on generic photonic integration technologies. In 2015, he took a professor position under the "100-Talents" scheme at Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences and soon quited. He joined the the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, the University of Sheffield, UK in 2015 and worked as a Vice-Chancellor's Fellow, developing independent research programs on nanomaterials and nanophotonic devices. In 2017, he joined the College of Information Sciences and Electrical Engineering, Zhejiang University as a professor.

His research activities have been focused on nano-photonic devices for optical signal and quantum information processing, including optical switches, lasers, single-photon sources, and nano-photonic integrated circuits. He has authored and coauthored 43 papers in international journals, including Nature Nanotechnology, Applied Physics Letters, Physical Reviews, Optical Letters, and IEEE jounals. His work on the ultrafast control of spontaneouse emission has been selected as one of 30 most exciting research in Optics in 2014 by the Optical Society of American.

He was selected as a JSPS Postdoctoral Fellow in 2008, a "100-Talents" at Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2015, a Vice-Chancellor's Fellow at University of Sheffield in 2015, a "1000-Talent Youth" from the Central Organization Department in 2016, a "100-Talents" at Zhejiang University in 2017, and a JSPS Bridge Fellow in 2017.

Research work

1) Photonic switches and micro-/nano-cavity lasers; 2) Ultrafast photonics and ultrafast optical spectroscopy; 3) Photonic quantum devices; 4) Nano-photonic integration.



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