Dr WANG Cheng honored as “Innnovators Under 35 China”!
Congratulations! Dr. WANG Cheng has been honored as the “Innnovators Under 35 China 2021” by the MIT Technology Review. MIT Technology Review has identified young innovators doing exciting work that could shape their fields for decades. It gathers the young scientists who could revolutionize our lifestyles and shape the future of technology and industry. Each year, 35 brilliant talents under the age of 35 are recognized for their advancements in diverse technical fields in China. Learn more about this year's honorees at here.
Our work on "Broadband adiabatic polarization rotator-splitter based on a lithium niobate on insulator platform" published in Photonics Research.
Our work on "Broadband adiabatic polarization rotator-splitter based on a lithium niobate on insulator platform" published in Photonics Research. Congratulations to Zhaoxi and Jingwei! See more news here.
Our new paper is highlighted as an Editor's Pick in Optics Letters.
Our new paper is highlighted as an Editor's Pick in Optics Letters. Congratulations to Zhaoxi!
Dr WANG Cheng wins Croucher Innovation Award 2020
It brings us great pleasure to announce that Dr Wang has been conferred the Croucher Innovation Award 2020. The Croucher Innovation Awards are substantial awards which aim to identify exceptionally talented scientists from all countries working at an internationally competitive level and to offer support to these “rising stars” at a formative stage in their careers. Dr Wang will receive a funding of HK$5 million to be used over five years for advancing his expertise and research work, contributing to the development of education and research in Hong Kong. More about the good news can be found at Croucher Foundation, CityU News, CityU Facebook, Singtao Daily, Tai Kung Pao, and Wen Wei Pao.
Welcome Hanke and Chengfei joining the team!
We are so excited about having Feng Hanke and Shang Chengfei on our team as first year PhD students. Let’s have a wonderful time working together!
Dr. WANG Cheng receives the NSFC Excellent Young Scientists Fund
Dr. Wang has been awarded the 2019 NSFC Excellent Young Scientists Fund (Hong Kong and Macao) for his project “Integrated photonic devices”. The fund is offered exclusively for excellent young scientists from Hong Kong and Macao who have made significant achievement in basic research. This is the first time that this fund is open for Hong Kong applicants.
Lithium Niobate Goes Nano!
Our work on integrated lithium niobate photonics has been highlighted in the special issue "Optics in 2019" of Optics and Photonics News, which highlights exciting peer-reviewed optics research that has emerged over the past year. See more details here.
Welcome Xiaoting and Yiwen to the team!
We welcome LI Xiaoting and ZHANG Yiwen to the team as first year PhD students! And congratulations to Xiaoting for being awarded the Hong Kong PhD Fellowship Scheme (HKPFS).
Recent results on electro-optic frequency comb generation featured in Nature
An integrated, on-chip frequency comb in a lithium niobate microring resonator that is efficient, stable and highly controllable with microwaves. The research was published in Nature. Find more news on Harvard and 两江科技评论.
We welcome Dr. MA Fei join in our group. MA Fei comes from Prof. Pan Jianwei's group at USTC where he got PhD. Welcome!
Latest results on Kerr combs in lithium niobate appear in Nature Communications
Our latest results on using a single lithium niobate photonic chip to generate, filter and modulate a Kerr frequency combhas just appeared in Nature Communications. Please check out more news from Harvard.
Our latest results on programmable photonic molecules are featured in Nature Photonics
An integrated lithium niobate double-resonator system mimics the dynamics of classical two-level systems, and could be programmed to store and retrieve photons on demand.The research was published in Nature Photonics. To find out more, check out the news release from Harvard.
Our recent work on integrated lithium niobate modulators featured in Nature
Integrated lithium niobate modulators can operate at CMOS-compatible voltages and at 100 GHz. These results was just published in Nature. To find out more, check out the news release from Harvard and CityU.
Welcome Ke and Jingwei !
We welcome ZHANG Ke and YANG Jingwei join in our group, who will be embarking on a journey of unleashing their creativity and smarts during the next few years. We couldn't be more thrilled for them.