Our research field include: quantum memory, quantum repeater and quantum simulation.
We focus on the engineering technology of photoelectronics, such as ultra-weak light detection, photon arrival time analysis, picosecond pulse laser, ultra-fast frequency, amplitude, polarization and phase modulation or stabilization of laser.
We are now working on several different approaches including avalanche photodiodes (APD), superconducting nanowire detectors and hybrid devices like up-conversion detectors for various wavelength demands to suit different applications.
We aim at controlling solid-state quantum emitters for scalable quantum information processing. The current research efforts include: generation of high-quality, high-brightness single photons and entangled photons, spin-photon quantum interface, and hybrid quantum networks.