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崔金明

发布时间:2015-07-14

个人简历

崔金明,1986年生于山东潍坊,2008年获得中国科学技术大学理学学士学位,2007年进入中国科学技术大学中科院量子信息重点实验室,并在2013年获得中国科学技术大学理学博士学位。博士期间主要从事基于光学微腔和NV色心的量子信息实验研究。目前,在量子纠缠小组从事离子阱方向博士后研究工作。


研究兴趣

目前本人主要研究方向是基于离子阱系统量子信息处理的实验研究。离子阱可以稳定地囚禁单个或者几个离子,其量子比特具有很好的相干性,并且通过激光和微波可以实现独立的量子比特操作,利用离子运动的声子可以实现量子比特间纠缠。这种小规模量子系统为量子模拟研究提供了一个实验平台。利用囚禁离子运动性质研究微尺度下动力学行为,以及离子比特相干性研究精密测量方案也是我的研究兴趣之一。如果利用纠缠量子网络使小规模量子系统获得足够好的扩展性,理论上就可以实现分布式量子计算,从而处理更大规模的量子计算问题。在分布式量子计算中,如何高效的制备纠缠是一个关键技术,我们研究小组计划利用光纤FP腔(FFPC)小模式体积的性质,通过腔量子电动力学(QED)方法提高单离子荧光亮度和收集效率,获得高亮度高效率的单光子源,提高纠缠制备效率。


联系方式

  • 地址:安徽省合肥市金寨路96号,中国科学技术大学,量子信息重点实验室
  • 电话:0551-63600808-8315
  • 传真:0551-63606828
  • 邮箱:jmcui@mail.ustc.edu.cn

Introduction

Jin-Ming Cui, was born in Weifang in Shandong Province, got his Bachelor of Science degree from University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) in 2008. He participated in scientific research in Key Laboratory of Quantum Information in USTC from 2007, and received his doctor of philosophy in 2013. During his PhD’s study, he focused on experiment works for quantum information basing on optical microcavity and NV centers. Recently, he works on trapped ions experiment as a post-doctor.

Research Interests

Jin-Ming’s major research focus on quantum information research based on trapped ion system. Single or few ions trapped in a ion trap provides excellent qubits which can be individually operated by lasers (or microwaves) and entangled through the common motion modes of ions, quantum system of this scale support a research plateform for quantum simulation. The motional modes and coherent property of ions can offer experimental research on thermal dynamics of small system and supply new method for precision measurement, which are also in my research interests. Larger scale quantum computation for complex problems can be realized by distributed computation with a quantum net work, which and when can provides a robust scalability of small quantum systems. Effectively creating entanglement is a key technical problem in distributed quantum computation, our group plan to use a small mode volume Fiber Fabry-Perot Cavity (FFPC) to enhance the collection efficiency of fluorescence of a single ion, which can provide a high efficiency single photon source.

Contact

  • Adress: Key Laboratory of Quantum Information, USTC, CAS University of Science and Technology of China Hefei, Anhui Province 230026, P. R. China
  • Phone: (+86)551-63600808-8315
  • Fax: (+86)551-63606828
  • Email: jmcui@mail.ustc.edu.cn

Paper List

  1. C. Zou1, J. Cui, F. Sun, X. Xiong, X. Zou, Z. Han, and G. Guo, “Guiding light through optical BIC for ultrahigh-Q microresonators”, Laser Photonics Rev. 9, 114–119 (2015)
  2. J. Cui, F. Sun, X. Chen, Z. Gong, and G. Guo, “Quantum statistical imaging of particles without restriction of the diffraction limit”, Physical Review Letters 110, 153901 (2013).
  3. X. Liu, J. Cui, F. Sun, X. Song, F. Feng, J. Wang, W. Zhu, L. Lou, G. Wang, “Fiber-integrated diamond-based magnetometer”, Applied Physics Letters 103, 143105 (2013)
  4. J. Cui, C. Dong, C. Zou, F. Sun, Y. Xiao, Z. Han, and G. Guo, “Controlling deformation in a high quality factor silica microsphere toward single directional emission”, Applied Optics 52, 298--301 (2013)
  5. X. Liu, J. Cui, F. Sun, X. Song, F. Feng, J. Wang, W. Zhu, L. Lou, G. Wang, “Fiber-integrated diamond-based magnetometer”, Applied Physics Letters 103, 143105 (2013).
  6. J. Cui, X. Chen, L. Fan, Z. Gong, C. Zou, F. Sun, Z. Han, and G. Cuo, “Generation of Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers in Diamond with Ion Implantation”, Chinese Physics Letters 29, 036 103 (2012).
  7. C. Zou, C. Dong, J. Cui, F. Sun, Y. Yang, X. Wu, Z. Han, and G. Guo, “Whispering gallery mode optical microresonators: fundamentals and applications”, Scientia Sinica Physica, Mechanica & Astronomica 42, 1155 (2012).
  8. X. Chen, F. Sun, C. Zou, J. Cui, L. Zhou and G.-C. Guo, “Vector magnetic field sensing by a single nitrogen vacancy center in diamond”, EPL 101, 67003 (2013)
  9. C. Zhang, C. Zou, Y. Yan, C. Wei, J. Cui, F. Sun, J. Yao and Y. Zhao, “Self-Assembled Organic Crystalline Microrings as Active Whispering-Gallery-Mode Optical Resonators”, Advanced Optical Materials, DOI: 10.1002/adom.201200065, (2013)
  10. X. Chen, C. Dong, F. Sun, C. Zou, J. Cui, Z. Han, and G. Guo, “Temperature dependent energy level shifts of nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond”, Applied Physics Letters 99, 161 903 (2011).
  11. C. Zou, F. Sun, C. Dong, X. Ren, J. Cui, X. Chen, Z. Han, and G. Guo, “Broadband integrated polarization beam splitter with surface plasmon”, Optics letters 36, 3630--3632 (2011).
  12. C. Zou, Y. Xiao, Z. Han, C. Dong, X. Chen, J. Cui, G. Guo, and F. Sun, “High-Q nanoring surface plasmon microresonator”, JOSA B 27, 2495--2498 (2010).
  13. C. Zou, F. Sun, Y. Xiao, C. Dong, X. Chen, J. Cui, Q. Gong, Z. Han, and G. Guo, “Plasmon modes of silver nanowire on a silica substrate”, Applied Physics Letters 97, 183 102--183 102 (2010).
  14. X. Wu, M. Gong, C. Dong, J. Cui, Y. Yang, F. Sun, Z. Han, and G. Guo, “Anti-bunching and luminescence blinking suppression from plasmon-interacted single CdSe/ZnS quantum dot”, Optics express 18, 6340--6346 (2010).
  15. C. Dong, C. Zou, Y. Xiao, J. Cui, Z. Han, and G. Guo, “Modified transmission spectrum induced by two-mode interference in a single silica microsphere”, Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 42, 215 401 (2009).
  16. X. Wu, C. Zou, J. Cui, Y. Yang, Z. Han, and G. Guo, “Modal coupling strength in a fibre taper coupled silica microsphere”, Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 42, 085 401 (2009).
  17. C. Dong, C. Zou, J. Cui, Y. Yang, Z. Han, and G. Guo, “Ringing phenomenon in silica microspheres”, Chinese Optics Letters 7, 299--301 (2009).
  18. Y. Yang, Y. Xiao, C. Dong, J. Cui, Z. Han, G. Li, and G. Guo, “Fiber-taper-coupled zeolite cylindrical microcavity with hexagonal cross section”, Applied Optics 46, 7590--7593 (2007).